Hyderabad: Though 2010-11 academic year was marred with boycott of classes by students, unwanted holidays and heat of agitations, surprisingly there was 4.35 per cent improvement in the pass percentage of first year examinations of Intermediate courses compared to last year. This year’s pass percentage improved to 52.21 per cent from last year’s 48.56 per cent i.e. 4.35 per cent improvement.
As usual, the girls continued to fare well than the boys as pass percent of girls was 56.61 as against the boys 48. The pass percentage of girls was eight per cent higher than the boys.
The Minister for Secondary Education, Mr Parthasarathy on Thursday released the results of first year of Intermediate courses.
Speaking on the occasion, the Minister expressed satisfaction over the pass percentage by saying that it was possible with the cooperation of lecturers and the media. “We have achieved improvement in pass percentage even though there were disturbances during the academic year. Marks of the students would be placed in the government website. The second year results would be released either on April 25 or 26, he added.
For Intermediate first year examinations, 8,51,774 students appeared in general mode and 77,847 students in vocational courses. Out of them, 1,69,871 general students and 9,667 vocational students passed in A-grade while 1,45,953 general students and 18,371 vocational students passed in B grade. About 86,740 general students and 2,830 vocational students passed in C grade while 42,153 general students and 247 vocational students passed in D grade. The total number of pass students was 4,44,747.
Krishna district stood in first place with 70 per cent pass and Nalgonda district remained in the last position with 34 per cent. The pass percentage of other Telangana districts which faced months of Telangana agitation is: Adilabad (49), Ranga Reddy (62), Nizamabad (48), Mahbubanagar (40), Karimnagar (44), Khammam (56), Warangal (43) and Hyderabad (54).
The memos of the successful students will be made available at RIO from April 25 and the colleges would get them from there. The last date for payment of fee for advanced supplementary is May 3. The students can apply for recounting by paying Rs 100 per paper and to get photocopy of valuated answer sheets and revaluation, the fee is Rs 600. The last day for this facility is May5.
The Board of Intermediate Education Secretary, Mr Balaramaiah, and others were also present. (NSS)