A week after the release of the intercollegiate results, over 49,500 students have requested recounting and re-verification. According to officials, this number is greater than in 2022, when only 48,000 applicants submitted the same application. Tuesday at 11:59 p.m., the application window closed.
A further 1.5 lakh students have registered for supplementary examinations, and this figure is expected to rise until the May 19 deadline for paying supplementary fees. Currently, his number is lower than the total number of registrants in 2022.
Of the 9,48,153 students who sat for inter examinations in 2023, 3,54,862 failed at least one.
For the convenience of students, the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Examinations has extended the exam dates to June 12. While practical exams will begin on June 5 and continue through June 9, the main exams for both inter first-year and inter second-year students will be conducted continuously from June 12 to June 20. On the 21st and 22nd of June, subjects such as Ethics and Environmental Education will be taught, respectively.
TS Inter 1st Year Supplementary Exams 2023 Schedule
TS Inter 2nd Year Supplementary Exams 2023 Schedule