AP Inter Results 2021 Evaluation Criteria Announced by BIEAP, 30:70 formula proposed for Class 12 Results

Created On: Jul 8, 2021 08:53 IST
Modified on: Jul 8, 2021 08:53 IST
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AP Inter Results 2021 Evaluation Criteria Announced: As per the latest update, the Andhra Pradesh State Government has officially announced the alternative evaluation criteria for the AP 2nd Year Intermediate Results 2021. Following the cancellation of Intermediate Board Exams, the Class 12 Results will be compiled using mark scored by students in the previous two Classes. The detail shared by the Board of Intermediate Education, AP (BIEAP) has confirmed that the alternative assessment policy of AP Govt takes into account performance of students in Class 10 i.e. SSC Exams and Class 11 i.e. 1st Year Inter Exams to calculate the Class 12 Final Marks. The announcement of evaluation criteria comes at a time when the AP Govt plans to expedite the process of tabulation of marks to meet the Supreme Court mandated deadline for the declaration of AP Inter Results 2021 by 31st July 2021.

30:70 Formula to be used for Calculation of Marks

According to the evaluation criteria announced by the BIEAP, the board will consider performance of students in the previous two classes i.e. in SSC or Class 10 Exams and 1st Year Inter or Class 11 Exams for calculation of AP 2nd Year Inter Results 2021. The Results will be compiled using formula of 30:70 ratios to the weightage. Evaluation Criteria also mentions that the marks of the practical exam will be considered as it is as the exams were held before the 2nd wave of pandemic hit. The details of the assessment scheme are given below:


Assessment Type

Percentage / Weightage

Class 10

Marks obtained in the top three subjects


Class 11

Subject-wise marks in the intermediate first year


Practical Exam


To be Used As It is

AP Schools to Open for Offline Classes from mid-August

Earlier today, Andhra Pradesh State Government has also announced reopening of schools from 12th July 2021 in online mode. On similar lines, the Schools will be allowed to hold offline regular classes from 16th August 2021. The news about reopening of schools in the state has been confirmed by State Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh. Offline Classes in the state were closed in the state considering the health and safety of teachers and students due to the Covid-19 pandemic as well as lockdown-related restrictions.

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