TSBIE Intermediate first and second year examination 2019 result announced

TSBIEThe Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has declared the results of intermediate first and the second year examination 2019 on April 12. The first and the second year exam results are available on the official websites- tsbie.cgg.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in. Apart from it, the students can check the results via the app- ‘T App Folio’, as per IE report. The results for both intermediate and SSC will be released on the partner website — manabadi.com.

This year 9, 42,719 students will appear for the examination out of which 4,52,550 will be the first year students and the other 4,90,169 students will be from the second year. The Admit Card, like last year, was uploaded online at jnanabhumi.ap.gov.in. The Telangana State Road Corporation also provided special buses for the IPE exam which can be used by candidates across Greater Hyderabad.

The Board conducted exam for the first Year students for the second Language – Telugu, Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, French, Kannada and Marathi, Paper – I. Of 4, 80,415 registered candidates, as many as 4, 57,184 were present while 23,231 or 4.84 per cent were absent. In case, students have any queries regarding the results, they can contact the control room of the BIE at Hyderabad TSBIE, Hyderabad: 040-24601010, 24732369. Last year, the pass percentage in the first year inter exams was 62.35%, while in the second year it was 67.25%. The girls had performed better than boys with 73.2% while boys were 61%. The Intermediate Advanced Supplementary examinations are held in the mid-May. Last year, it was held from May 14 and practical examinations were conducted from May 24 to 28, noted the report.

The TSBIE is established in 2014, located at Nampally, Hyderabad. The Board regulates and supervises the system of intermediate education in Telangana State. It executes and governs various activities that include devising of courses of study, prescribing syllabus, conducting examinations, granting affiliations to colleges and, providing direction, support and leadership for all educational institutions under its jurisdiction.

Functions

  • to prescribe syllabus and textbooks
  • To grant affiliation to the Institutions offering Intermediate Courses in the State
  • To lay down regulations for the administration of the Junior Colleges
  • To prescribe qualifications for the Junior Lecturers
  • To cause academic inspection of Junior Colleges
  • To process results and to issue certificates
  • Sanction of new colleges
  • The issue of eligibility and equivalency certificates to continue further studies
  • To prepare the lessons for KU Band Mana TV for telecast
  • It has a two-tier structure – head office at the state level and regional offices at ten districts

Objectives

  • To make intermediate education accessible to all sections of the society
  • To lay special emphasis on the Rural, Tribal, Socially underprivileged sections of the society
  • To strengthen girl’s Education by improving their enrolment in the Colleges
  • To monitor and supervise all junior colleges in the state
  • To regulate the functioning of Private Aided Colleges to optimize the utilisation of Grants in aid.
  • To provide quality education even to the remote villages through Tele-Education through Mana TV.
  • To make Education a tool of social and economic emancipation through Vocationalisation of Education
  • The shift of focus from academics to marketable skills, by introducing professional and specialized courses in emerging areas such as Computer Science, Graphics and Tourism
  • Bring vocational education to centre-stage and to train students in practical and problem-solving skills.
  • Develop infrastructure to facilitate education to disadvantaged groups in backward and remote areas
  • Provide Teacher Training
  • To impart Teacher Training / Refresher Courses to update the knowledge skills of the lecturers
  • To facilitate an interface with Industries and establish Linkage to ensure employment opportunities for Vocational Students
  • To revamp and re-structure the Vocational Curriculum from time to time to cater to the changing needs of the society
  • To promote vocational education by diverting a majority of students from general strength to vocational courses to make them self-reliant and gain employment

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