Hyderabad: The pass percentage in the Intermediate Public Examinations (IPE) 2019 of both first and second year general courses has come down this year. In 2018, while the pass per cent was 67.06% in second year and 62.73% in the first year, the same have come down to 64.8% and 60.5%, respectively.
Even in the vocational courses, the pass percentage has dipped from 69.56% in 2018 to 67.7% this year in intermediate second year. Likewise in the first year, the pass percentage in 2018 was 58.55% which dipped to 53.2% this year.
Among all the districts, Medchal stood first with 76% pass percentage and with 29% Medak stood last, in the first year general course result. Similarly in second year general courses, Medchal got 76 pass percentage, which was highest among all districts while Medak was last at the bottom with 34%.
The last date for payment of examination fee for the Intermediate Public Advanced Supplementary Examinations (IPASE) is April 25. Students can apply for re-verification/ recounting of valued answer scripts from April 19 to 25. The IPASE will commence from May 14 and a time-table will be issued on Friday.
First year candidates who have passed in all papers can appear for improvement on payment of Rs 150 per paper in addition to the normal examination fee. Candidates who have passed two year intermediate course in 2017 can improve their performance within two years. They would be allowed to attempt only twice during the said period.
The passed candidates of IPASE May/June 2017 can also appear for improvement in IPASE 2019 as last chance, if not availed two chances in the previous IPEs.
“The IPASE dates may be altered if it coincides with the poll dates in the State,” said A Ashok, Secretary, Board of Intermediate Education.
TSWREIS pupils outshine State students
Hyderabad: The students of Social and Tribal welfare residential institutions continued their excellent performance in the Intermediate Public Examinations results that were declared on Thursday.
The Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society’s (TSWREIS) average pass percentage is 84.31 in the senior intermediate as against the State average pass percentage of 64.8. A total of 8,877
candidates including 6,253 girls and 2,624 boys appeared for the exams and 7,484 students passed out.
The Society said 14 colleges secured 100% results and 5,165 students achieved ‘A’ grade.
In the junior intermediate, TSWREIS average pass percentage was 79.63 as against the State average pass percentage of 59.8.
The institutions under the Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society too secured 82.35 average pass percentage in senior intermediate results.
A total of 3,317 students including 1,622 girls and 1,110 boys appeared for the exams and 2,732 cleared them. Four colleges secured 100% results and 1,611 students achieved ‘A’ grade. The TTWREIS average pass
percentage in junior intermediate was 72.56.
“All the toppers hail from extremely poor families and their achievement proved that even poor students can excel in the examination if right support is provided,” said the Society in a release.
Dr RS Praveen Kumar, Secretary, TSWREIS and TTWREIS congratulated the toppers and said social and tribal welfare students have been performing extremely well for the last five years in a row.