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Telangana Inter Results 2018: Girls outshine boys, Medchal district topper

Friday April 13, 2018 10:13 AM, News Network

TS Inter 2018 Result Analysis

Hyderabad (Telangana): Girls outshone the boys again and Medchal district emerged topper as Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) declared the result of Telangana State 2018 Intermediate 1st and 2nd year resulr for General as well as Vocational students.

Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Education Kadiyam Srihari released the results at Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education in Nampally today at 09:00 am.

A total of 4,55,789 students have passed in TS Inter 1 year with a pass percentage of 62.35%. Girls did better than boys with 69% pass percentage as compared to 55.66% pass percentage for boys.

The same is the case in TS Inter 2 Year Results 2018. A total of 4,29,398 candidates have appeared in the examinations and the overall pass percentage is 67.25%. Girls outshine boys with 73.2% pass percentage and boys have a pass percentage of 61%.

For the second time, Medchal and Komaram Bheem districts came first. Total 80% cleared the TS Inter 2nd year exam in both the districts. In TS Inter 1st year, Ranga Reddy with a pass percentage of 70% stood first. Mahbubabad registered a pass percentage of 40 - the lowest in the state.

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The Telangana Inter Board Exam 2018 was conducted in the month of February and March. The exams for the first year began from February 28 and the second year exams started from March 2. The practical exams for general intermediate courses ended on February 21.

As per the official stats released by the Board, 9.63 lakh candidates appeared for the inter exam this year of which 4.36 lakh candidates are from the 1st year, while approx. 5 lakhs students appeared for the in the second year.

Last year Telangana Inter result 2017 was declared on April 16. According to a quick analysis of the 2017 results, of the total 9.4 lakh students who appearedd for the First and Second year General and Vocational exams together, 67% students managed to clear the examination. Keeping up the general trend, girls managed to secure a pass percentage of 71% compared to 61% scored by boys.

According to the details, a total of 4,36,727 students had appeared for the first year and 4,64,903 students had appeared for the second year Telangana board Inter General exams in 2017. Number of students who appeared for the Telangana Inter Vocational exam 2017 are 39147 and 35,383 for the first year and second year respectively. The Pass percentage of girl students who appeared in the Inter first year exam is 63.5% whereas that of boys is 51%. The Pass percent of girls in second year is 67% whereas of the boys is 57%.

A total of 2754 colleges are under the Telangana State Board of Intetmediate Education (TSBIE). The Board of Intermediate Education of Andhra Pradesh has on April 13 released the results of both first and second year.

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