As per the latest news, the TS Inter Results 2019 is expected to be available soon. The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education may release the Inter First Year and Second Year result in the second week of April 2019. Last year, the TS Board result was declared on April 13, 2018. So, it is expected that the board will follow the same tradition this year also.
The candidates will be able to see the TS Inter result online on the official website i.e. on bie.telangana.gov.in. The link will also be available at results.cgg.gov.in. In the previous year, the result was declared on the same website. The students will be required to click on the link and then a new page will appear. On that page, the students will have to submit the hall ticket number and the relevant captcha. In this way, the candidates can see their results.
The TS Board will announce the result for various streams. So, on the same date, the result will be released for the 1st year General, 1st year Vocational, 2nd year general and also the 2nd year Vocational stream. As per the previous year, the links will be separate for every single stream. However, the process to find the result will be the same.
As per the reports, this year, around 4,36,621 candidates have taken part in the Inter first year exams. The number of students of Inter second year is almost the same.
The exams of Inter 1st year were held from February 27 to March 16, 2019. The first and the last exams were 2nd Language Paper-1 and Modern Langauge Paper-1/ Geography Paper-1 respectively. For Inter second year, the board conducted the first exam on February 28, 2019. The first exam was for 2nd Language Paper-2. Around 19 days, the exams got over. The exams were finished on March 18, 2019. The last exam was for Modern Langauge Paper-2/ Geography Paper-2.
Last year, around 4,36,727 appeared for Inter first year General exams while 39,147 for the vocational exams. The students who took part in Inter second year exams were 4,64,903 in general stream and 35,383 in vocational stream. The number of students who passed the exams with Grade A was 1,36,584. Candidates who got Grade B were 76,042. Grade C students were 32,499. However, the number of students who obtained Grade D was 10,415. These numbers were of Inter second-year general stream. In the vocational stream, the candidates who got Grade A, B, C, and D were 10,719, 8,700, 546 and 20 respectively.