Results for Intermediate first and second year students in Andhra Pradesh were released simultaneously on Friday. Out of the 9.65 lakh students who appeared for the exams, 3.3 lakh students have failed to clear them. The pass percentage of the Intermediate second year (general) was 72%. Compared to the second year students, the pass percentage of first years declined, as only 60% students had cleared the exam. Students can check their results on apbie.apcfss.in.
Second year students
In the state, among the second year students, Krishna district in the state topped the results with 81%, followed by Chittoor at 76%. Nellore, West Godavari and Gudur stood third with 74%.
Among government colleges which fared better, Vizianagaram stood first which highest pass percentage of 77% followed by Chittoor at 70%, Kurnool and Prakasam stood third with 69%.
Pass percentage of girls was 75%, whereas pass percentage of boys was 68%.
First year students
Krishna district topped the state with 72% pass percentage followed by West Godavari at 69% and Nellore with 67%.
Girls’ pass percentage was 64%, and 56% for boys.
According to the AP government which had introduced the CGPA (cumulative grade point average) grading system this year for the first time, a total of 9,340 students have scored a CGPA of 10.
Secretary, Board of Intermediate Education Udaya Lakshmi, said that advanced supplementary exams for the students who failed to clear the exams would be held on May 14 and the last day for applying for the exam online would be April 24.
Last date for applying for recounting and re-evaluation is April 22. The requests for re-exam, re-evaluation should be done only online, the secretary informed.
The Board of Intermediate Education allows candidates to apply for recounting by paying Rs 100 per paper and photocopy. The re-verification of the answer book will be supplied on payment of Rs 600 per paper.