Ranga Reddy tops Inter first yr with 71%

Published on April 23, 2015 11:16:18 AM
Education
About 2.59 lakh students qualified in the first year intermediate examinations, the results of which were released on Wednesday by deputy chief minister and education minister Kadiyam Srihari. While the number of qualified general candidates is 2.39 lakh, the vocational candidates are about 15, 240.

The overall pass percentage this year is 55.62. Girls were ahead with 61.68 pass percentage and boys with 49.60 per cent. Compared to the previous year, the pass percentage has increased by more than three per cent. Rangareddy stood first among all the districts by securing 71 pass percentage and Hyderabad stood second with 59 per cent.

The districts that followed these include Warangal with 52, Adilabad with 53, Karimnagar with 51, Khammam with 56 Mahabub Nagar with 45, Medak with 45, Nizamabad with 49 and Naglonda with 43 percent. In vocational courses, Ranga Reddy stood in first place with 56 percent, Nalgonda with 53, Adilabad with 48, Medak with 48, Hyderabad with 47, Khammam with 42, Karim Nagar with 39, Mahabub Nagar with 36, Nizamabad with 35 and Warangal with 35 percent. Subject wise, students of MPC and BPC were in the forefront as the pass percentage of MPC students was 69.51 and of BPC students was 62.99, followed by MEC students. The minister said that the examinations were conducted fairly and results were released early in the interests of the students. He said that the board had decided to conduct the advanced supplementary examination for first year candidates in May/June 2015.

The last date for payment of fee for the examination is May 1, 2015 and it would not be extended further. The advanced supplementary examinations would be held from May 25. Students can avail of the facility of recounting and photocopy of an answer book by paying the requisite fee. For recounting, students need to pay Rs 100 and for a photocopy they have to pay Rs 600 on or before May 1, said an official.