AMARAVATI: The Intermediate Board has decided to continue old grading system instead of AP Intermediate Revised Grading Points For 1st Year. In a press meet, HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao announced that there is no change in Andhra Pradesh Intermediate first year grading system. Further, he added, parents of students should not worry. The board has decided to continue earlier seven grading points system in the wake of so many complaints, representations received.
Students with intermediate qualification are writing various competitive examinations. Some have the minimum qualifying mark in the system.
Students who are writing JEE Mains, Advanced, SC, SC, differently abled candidates have 65% in inter and 75& for other. Or the inter-board should be in the top 20 percent.
Initially, the grades were announced without examining this provision. Subsequently, grading points are changed due to various complaints received. According to the first announced schedule, Intermediate results will be announced on April 12.
First Year Inter Old Grading Points System
Proposed AP Intermediate Revised Grading Points For 1st Year stands canceled
The new grades are A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3, D1, D2, D3, E1, F. Earlier, there are eighty grades only. Now, the government has introduced the third category in each category viz. A, B, C & D.