TS Inter Supplementary Exam 2023 Results Soon, Where and When to Check
The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) is set to release the TS Inter supplementary exam results for the first and second years soon. Students can check their results on the official websites at tsbie.cgg.gov.in, bie.telangana.gov.in, as well as on the Manabadi website at manabadi.co.in. The TS Inter results will provide information such as the student's name, hall ticket number, district, marks obtained in various subjects and practicals, total marks, qualifying status of each subject, and grades obtained.
The TSBIE conducted the TS Inter supplementary exams from June 12 to June 20. It's important to note that students must score a minimum of 35 percent or grade D to pass the TS Inter exam. The grading system for TS Inter is as follows: students scoring between 75 percent to 100 percent will receive grade A, between 60 percent to 74 percent will receive grade B, between 50 percent to 59 percent will receive grade C, and between 35 percent to 49 percent will receive grade D.
To check the TS Inter Supplementary Exam 2023 Results, follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit tsbie.cgg.gov.in.
Step 2: Locate the "Results" section on the homepage and click on it.
Step 3: On the new page, select the appropriate link based on your year of study.
Step 4: Enter the required information, including the year, category, and examination type.
Step 5: Click on the "Get Memo" button to submit the details.
Step 6: The results will be displayed on the screen. Save and download them for future reference.
This year, out of the 433,082 students who appeared for the TS Inter first-year exams, 272,208 students passed, resulting in an overall pass percentage of 62.85 percent. In the TS Inter second-year exams, out of the 380,920 candidates, 256,241 students passed, leading to an overall pass percentage of 67.27 percent. In both the first and second-year TS intermediate results for 2023, girls outperformed boys. The pass rate for first-year female students was 68.85 percent, compared to only 56.80 percent for first-year male students. In the second year, the pass percentage among girls was 73.46 percent, while for boys, it was 60.66 percent.