Telangana Inter 1st Year Results 2016 & Telangana Inter 2nd Year Results 2016 are expected to be declared on April 22 or April 23 at around 10am.
Putting minds of nearly 9 lakh candidates at ease, the Board of Intermediate Education is finally declaring the result.
After the formal declaration of the Telangana Inter Results, students will be able to check the results by logging on the official website for the board bietelangana.cgg.gov.in. Alternatively, students can also log on to dedicated result portal and get Manabadi Inter Results 2016 details by clicking Below
Keeping in mind the challenges faced by the students, the board has simplified the checking process for both TS Inter 1st Year Results 2016 & TS Inter 2nd Year Results 2016. Moreover, the Telangana board is also likely to rope in third party result websites in order to reduce the heavy internet traffic burden on the official website. This year, students will have to log on the Telangana Inter Result website and input their registration / hall ticket number and other relevant details to get the results.
A total of 9 lakh students have received their BIE Telangana Results. The TS Inter 1st Year Results 2016 were received by 4.5 lakh candidates; on the other end approx 5 lakh students received their TS Inter 2nd Year Results 2016.
This year, Telangana Inter Board Exam was conducted the month of March. The exam began with the second language paper on 2nd March and concluded with Geography paper on March 21. Telangana Intermediate Results 2016 is one of the most important school-level public exam results in the state. On the basis of TS Inter Result 2016, students will be able to plan their career ahead for further studies.
Official Site for checking Telangana Intermediate Results 2016
There are many sites where you can check the TS Inter 1st Year and 2nd Year Results 2016 few of them are - bie.telangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in and results.jagranjosh.com
Telangana Board of Intermediate Education was formed in the year 1971. It is established in the year 2014 and its head office is located at Nampally, Hyderabad. For the second time, Telangana Board conducted intermediate exams after the state bifurcation with Andhra Pradesh. Every year huge number of candidates will attend this exam. Previously this board is named as BIEAP it started this 10+2+3 system in the state. It has many courses like M.P.C, Bi.P.C, CEC, MEC and HEC.