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24x7onlinenews.com (18.04.19): Social & Tribal Welfare Residential Students Shine in Intermediate Exams

Social & Tribal Welfare Residential Students Shine in Intermediate Exams

Students of Social and Tribal welfare residential institutions continued their excellent performance in the junior and senior intermediate results that were declared on Thursday.

TSWREIS Results – Senior Intermediate Results

TSWREIS’s Average pass percentage is 84.31 as against the state average pass percentage of 64.8

A total of   8877 candidates (Girls 6253 & Boys 2624) appeared for the exam and 7484 students passed out

14 colleges secured 100% results

5165 students achieved A Grade

Toppers

MPC Group –   THARUN  .V , TSWRJC CHILKUR (Boys) , 985 marks

Bi.PC Group  – NANDINI  B, TSWRJC GOWLIDODDI(GIRLS), 987 marks

MEC Group – NARMADA  M, TSWRJC, KALLUR(Girls), 965

CEC Group – HEPSIBA  M, TSWRJC POCHAMPADU(GIRLS), 956 marks

HEC Group – SAKSHI  B, TSWRJC, LEFT POCHAMPADU(GIRLS), 942 marks

TSWREIS Results – Junior Intermediate Results

TSWREIS Average pass percentage is 79.63 as against the state average pass percentage of 59.8

 

 

TTWREIS Results – Senior Intermediate Results

TTWREIS’s Average pass percentage is 82.36 as against the state average pass percentage of 64.8

A total of   3317 candidates (Girls 1622 & Boys 1110) appeared for the exam and 2732 students passed out

4  colleges secured 100% results

1611 students achieved A Grade

Toppers

MPC Group – J. Sunil , TTWRJC IIT Rajendra Nagar , 984 marks

Bi.PC Group – V. Shiva Kumar, TTWRJC IIT Rajendra Nagar , 978 marks

CEC Group – M. Amrutha, TTWRJC, Kalwakurthy, 931 marks

HEC Group – V Usha, TTWRJC Ankampalem, 912 marks

MEC Group –  A Swapna, TTWRJC Bhadrachalam, 855 marks

TTWREIS Results – Junior Intermediate Results

TTWREIS Average pass percentage is 72.56 as against the state average pass percentage of 59.8

All the toppers hail from extremely poor families and their achievement proved that even poor students can excel in the examination if right support is provided. Secretary Dr RS Praveen Kumar congratulated the toppers and said, social and tribal welfare students had been performing extremely well for the last five years in a row and this was possible due to hard work and commitment of students and teachers.

 

 

 

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