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AP Intermediate Board Scraps Grading System to Benefit DU Aspirants from State

Published: | July 01, 2019
AP Intermediate Board Scraps Grading System to Benefit DU Aspirants from State

AP Intermediate Board scrapped grading system for Intermediate exams to benefit Delhi University aspirants from the state. The marks statement of AP Intermediate pass outs 2018-19 is available now.

The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) Andhra Pradesh has finally scrapped the grading system in Intermediate exams. The new change has been made applicable for 2018-19 board exams. Many students from Andhra Pradesh applied for UG admission in the University of Delhi, and it has become hard for the varsity to transform the grades of these students into marks. The Andhra Pradesh Intermediate Board awarded grades to pass outs of the 2018-19 session. However, the grading system, which the board felt was the better option resulted in confusion.

Apart from DU, Andhra Pradesh register for UG admission in top universities across the country, and these universities are facing difficulty in transforming the grade points of students into marks. Therefore, the Board of Intermediate Education has decided to release the marks statement of students. The marks statement for Intermediate students who passed in 2018-19 academic session is available on Jnanabhumi website. Candidates can download the mark statement and can submit the same for admission in various universities.

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Based on the first cutoff of Delhi University, July 01, 2019, is the last date to seek admission. Andhra Pradesh students who applied for DU UG admission 2019 can download the marks statement now.

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Usually, students securing 91-100 in a particular subject are awarded A1 grade in the respective subject. The marks range specified by the intermediate board created confusion in DU admissions, and the varsity decided to fix a midpoint range, i.e., 95. Such a move will be a disadvantage for the student who has scored more than 95 marks in various subjects. In order to avoid such confusion and chaos, the BIE AP has released the marks statement of students.

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