Manabadi TS Inter Results 2020: The Telangana Intermediate Board has announced the results of intermediate first and second year today (June 18, 2020).
Manabadi TS Inter Result 2020: The Telangana Intermediate Board has announced the results of intermediate first and second years today (June 18, 2020). The results were announced at 3 pm. Students, who had appeared in the first and second-year intermediate exams can check the results at these websites: tsbie.cgg.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in, manabadi.com, manabadi.co.in.
As many as 9.65 lakh students had appeared for the first and second-year intermediate exam. For the first year exams, there were 4,80,531 students while 4,85,345 students had appeared in the second year exams of Telangana Intermediate Board (TSBIE).
Links to check Telangana Inter Results 2020
After the announcement of the results, official websites were either showing errors or loading slow. This may be because of heavy load on the official websites. The links are expected to be activated by 4 pm again.
First and Second Year Students who had appeared in the exam can check their results on the following websites:
There are several other altervative websites also on which students can check their results:
TS Inter Results: Documents required
For checking the results for first and second-year eams on these portals, students need to keep their admit cards ready. They will have to type their roll number while checking the result. Also, it is important to verify the mark sheet with the name, subjects, exam centre mentioned on the admit card/hall ticket.
For the last two years, Medchal district of the state has been the best performing district in TS board exams. Mahabubabad was the least performing district in 2018 while Medak was the worst-performing district in 2019.
TS Inter Results: Grievance redressal
For this year exams, Telangana Intermediate Board has set up a grievance redressal portal. Students can check the grievance portal at bigrs.telangana.gov.in. This portal has been set up to help students by redressing their exam-related grievances.