AP Intermediate Pass Percentage Increases 2013
Increased pass percentage and continuing poor show by Telangana districts are the highlights of the second year Intermediate results this year.
The overall pass percentage increased to 65.36 compared to 58.43 last year, said the Minister for Secondary Education K. Parthasarathy, while releasing the results here on 26th April, 2013.
The Minister, while appreciating the increased passes, felt that the poor show by the Telangana districts needed to be scientifically analysed.
Except Ranga Reddy district which secured 66 per cent, all other Telangana districts secured below 60 per cent including Hyderabad district that registered 56 per cent passes.
Krishna district retained the top spot with 77 per cent passes while Mahabubnagar was the lowest with 45 per cent passes.
Government colleges came up with impressive performances registering 65 per cent passes and Adilabad district topped the State with 80 per cent. Overall, girls did better with 69.04 per cent passes as against 62 per cent of boys.
Among the 7,71,587 regular candidates 5,04,300 cleared the exams of which 48.31 per cent secured “A” grade ( more than 75 percent ), 31.81 per cent got “B” grade ( between 60 and 75 per cent ), 14.99 per cent got “C” grade ( between 50 and 60 percent ) and 4.90 per cent got “D” grade ( between 35 and 50 per cent ).
The Minister said discrepancies, if any, found in the memorandum of marks should be referred to the Board through principals concerned before 25th May, 2013. Candidates who wish to avail recounting facility have to pay 100 per paper and 600 for photo copy cum re – verification of answer book through e-Seva or APOnline. Last date for online payment of fee is 7th May, 2013.
The Intermediate advanced supplementary examination will be held from 22nd May, 2013 and the last date for payment of examination fee is 6th May, 2013. These dates are applicable to private candidates also. There is no provision for payment of exam fee with penalty.
AP Inter Second Year Results 2013
Intermediate second year results will be declared on 26th April, 2013 at 4 p.m. at the Board of Intermediate Education ( BIE ) office by the Minister for Secondary Education, K. Parhtasarathy.
The results with marks and grades will be available on the websites –
Click Here for « AP Inter Vocational 2nd Year Results
The results can also be known by dialing 1100 from any BSNL land line in the State or 18004251110 from any land line or mobile phone and eSeva, MeeSeva, Rajiv Citizen Service Centres in the State.
Students can also dial 1255225 from any place in the State without STD code from BSNL landlines and BSNL mobiles.
BIE Inter Practical Exam postponed 2013
Board of Intermediate Education on 12th February, 2013 informed that the Intermediate practical examination scheduled on 21st February, 2013 has been postponed to 26th February, 2013 due to conduct of Legislative Council elections in a few districts on 21st February, 2013. The districts include Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East and West Godavari districts, Krishna, Guntur, Adilabad, Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Medak, Warangal, Khammam and Nalgonda districts. There is no change in practical examinations scheduled on 21st February, 2013 in the remaining districts.
BIE change in Inter Exam Time – Table
The Board of Intermediate Education has notified the following changes in the time table for the theory examinations of Intermediate Public Examinations to be held in March 2013.
The examination of Geography Paper – I will be held on 22nd March, 2013 instead of 20th March, 2013 and the Geography Paper – II on 23rd March, 2013 instead of 21st March, 2013, according to a release.
The release added that there is no change in the time table of other theory subjects.
Intermediate Public Exam Fee Date extended to 1st October, 2012
Last date for payment of examination fee by second year regular students, failed candidates ( General and Vocational ) and attendance exempted private candidates who wish to appear for the Intermediate Public Examinations, March 2013 has been extended to 1st October, 2012.
Fee can be paid till 8th October, 2012 with a late fee of 100. There will be no further extension of examination fee and candidates who fail to pay the fee in time or with late fee should invariably apply for Tatkal scheme only which will be announced in due course.
Intermediate Supplementary Examinations & EAMCET Result Dates announced
The results of the second year Intermediate Advance Supplementary examinations will be released on 16th June, 2012 morning, according to J.S.V. Prasad, Commissioner, Intermediate Education and In – Charge Secretary of Board of Intermediate Education ( BIE ).
However, the EAMCET officials are not ready to give the ranks and marks even after the Intermediate results are out, as they want to wait for the results of students who apply for re – verification and revaluation. It means the EAMCET results will be released in the first week of July. Mr. Prasad told press peoples that he would be able to give the data only after 30th June, 2012. However, without re – verification and recounting details the data can be given on 18th June, 2012 itself.
Intermediate Results to be likely declared on 20th April, 2012
Intermediate results are likely to be released on 20th April, 2012 if the valuation process goes on smoothly and as planned.
The examination process that started on 2nd March, 2012 ended on 7th March, 2012. The practical examinations were conducted from 3rd February, 2012 to 25th February, 2012.
The BIE Secretary, M. Subrahmanyam, said that valuation of the scripts was on. This year 1,11,48,726 scripts will be valued, an increase of four percent from last year. Despite the high number of scripts, Mr. Subrahmanyam is confident that the process will be completed as per schedule.
The valuations of answer books commenced from 9th March, 2012 and will be conducted in five spells at 25 different spot valuation camps including two additional camps at Hyderabad and Vijayawada. Mr. Subrahmanyam said there is no shortage of examiners and strict measures have been taken to ensure that only 30 scripts were given per day to each examiner – 15 scripts in the forenoon session and 15 scripts in the afternoon.
The number of scripts to be scrutinised by each scrutiniser will be 150 per day. A second scrutiniser is also appointed to check the posting of marks in Science subjects.
Last year, 1632 examiners were penalised for committing mistakes. This year 19,58,092 candidates were registered for both first year and second year in General and Vocational streams out of which 1,52,144 candidates were absent.