Hyderabad, May 13 : A total of 92.43 per cent students have passed in the SSC examination this year, the result of which was declared by Telangana State Board of Secondary Education (TSBSE) here on Monday.
State Education Department Convenor Janardhan Reddy released the results. There is an increase of 8.65 per cent in pass percentage this year compared to last year in the state. A total of 4,374 schools secured cent per cent pass while nine schools have secured zero pass percentage.
This year also, girls outperformed boys with 93.68 pass percentage while the boys secured 91.18 per cent. Jagitial district secured the highest 99.73 pass per centage while Hyderabad district secured the lowest of 83.09 pass per centage.
BC welfare schools secured highest pass percentage of 98.78 as against 84.38 per cent secured by Government schools in the state. The SSC exam had been conducted from March 16 to April 3 and about 5.06 lakh students have appeared.
The results will be available on website http://results.bse.telangana.gov.in and for the convenience of the Headmasters and students, the DGE( Director of Government Examinations) has created School Login for Headmaster to know the results of their school and also student Grievance App from www.bse.telangana.gov.in
The students can download the grievance App “ TSSSCBOARD” link available on the www.bse.telangana.gov.in website and also from Play store on any Android Phone.
After downloading and installing on Phone, login with roll Number ( hall ticket number) and date of birth. Name, School details and Roll Number will be displayed on Screen after successful login and enter mobile number two times which is a mandatory field and also enter email id which is option.
After selecting grievances type from drop down list and write the grievances in the text box and submit, the student would get confirmation message to the mobile. Grievance submission is allowed only on time, a release said.
As per the information released by the TSBSE, the supplementary exams for SSC will be conducted from June 10 to June 24, 2019.