Tribal, BC students fare well in Inter exams

Hyderabad: Students of tribal communities and Backward Classes and minorities put up a sparkling show in the first and second-year Intermediate exams, the results of which were announced on Tuesday.

Mahatma Jyotiba Phule BC Gurukul students led the way, with an overall pass percentage of 86.67 in the second year and 78.78 in the first year. While six institutions recorded a cent per cent result in second-year results, three of them recorded a cent per cent pass in first-year results.

Among the top performers were Haritha Mandamarri, who scored the first rank in the MPC grouping, securing 468 marks in the first year, and P. Pravallika, who secured the fifth rank in the CEC group, securing 488 marks.

According to a data analysis, 7,381 second-year students of 8,516 who took the exams passed, against a total registration of 8,527, with 5,812 securing A grade, 1,225 B grade, 301 C grade and 43, D grade.

Similarly, 4,135 first-year students of 8,425 who took the exams passed, against a total registration of 8,434.

Further, 84.95 per cent and 73.65 second and first-year tribal students, respectively, cleared the exams.

In the second year, D. Ganesh, of the IIT Study Centre in Rajendranagar, topped the MPC charts with 991 marks, while M. Kavya, of TTWRS in Parigi, scored 988, securing the third spot.

V. Bhuvan of IITSC in Rajendranagar topped the MPC category in the first year, securing 467.

Students of the Telangana Minority Residential Junior College (Boys), Jagtial, too registered their mark. College principal N. Mahender said Md Shahed of the college’s MPC group first year student scored 463/470 and stood fifth in the state, while S. Sugender of the BPC group scored 428/440 and secured the ninth rank.

Other students who secured top marks included Shivasagar (456/470), K. Sidhartha (455/470), K. Sriram (454/470), Shanwaz (450/470) in the first year, the principal said adding that the college registered 89 per cent pass percentage in Inter first year and 83 per cent in second year.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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