3.46 pm: The pass percentage for girls in 2nd year Inter exam was 75.15% versus 62.1% for boys. For 1st year, the pass percentage for girls was 67.47% versus 52.3% for boys. Girls performed significantly better than boys in TS Inter exams this year.

3.44 pm: For vocational exam, the pass percentage for 1st year was 50.65% and for the 2nd year, it was 61.28%, according to Times of India.

3.32 pm: For 1st year Inter result, Medchal district came in the first position with 75% and second rank was bagged by Komaram Bheem and Ranga Reddy with 71%.

3.31 pm: Among districts, for TS Inter 2nd year results, Komaram Bheem bagged the first place with 76% followed by Medchal district with 75%.

3.24 pm: The 1st year Intermediate students have scored a pass percentage of 60.01%. The 2nd year students managed 68.86%, reports Times of India.

3.07 pm: Declared: Get direct links below







2.59 pm: TOI informs that the press conference to declare the result is about to start. Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy Garu has arrived at the Vidya Bhawan, Hyderabad.

2.56 pm: Less than 5 minutes left for the results to be announced.

2.55 pm: In case the above-mentioned sites are down, the results can also be checked at bie.tg.nic.in and exam.bie.telangana.gov.in and examresults.ts.nic.in.

2.40 pm: The result is expected to be declared at 3.00 pm, according to Manabadi.com. It’s little over 15 minutes of wait left before the result is expected to be declared.

2.30 pm: The board was supposed to conduct the Inter exams in the month of March. However, two papers had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 lockdown. These papers was conducted in June first week.

2.29 pm: The official website now says, “Results will be announced soon.”

2.19 pm: A revised result was declared on May 27 after court has asked the board to put up the answer sheets of all 3 lakh failed students on the website.

2.17 pm: The 2019 TS Intermediate examination result was surrounded by a lot of controversy after it was declared on April 18. Multiple discrepancies were noted in the result which led to many students being designated as failed. At least 23 students who had designated as failed died of suicide in the state.

2.10 pm: The result is also expected to be released on the third-party website, manabadi.com.

2.09 pm: The students are suggested to be ready with their roll numbers and date of birth to check the result once it is declared.

2.08 pm: The result will be available on the official websites, tsbie.cgg.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in, for students to check

2.07 pm: TSBIE is expected to declare the 1st and 2nd year Intermediate examination result today in some time, reports multiple outlets.