About Telangana Intermediate Board 2021
Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education, commonly known as TSBIE is an academic board set up for conducting and regulating the intermediate study and examinations in the state. The board conducts TS intermediate exams every year in the month of March, but this, year exams have been delayed to May. Here are the major highlights of TS intermediate 2021 exams.
Latest Update about TS Intermediate Exam 2021:
- As per the latest update, Telangana 12th theory exams will be conducted from May 2 to 20, 2021. Practical exams will be held from April 7 to 20, 2021. Check TS inter 2021 time table to know more.
More about TS Intermediate Exam 2021
- Students who applied for TS inter 2021 exams will be able to sit for the same.
- The Board will release the TS inter hall ticket 2021 in March 2021.
- Students will be able to download the hall ticket of TS intermediate 2021 online from the official website of Telangana intermediate board.
- The admit card of Telangana inter 2021 consists of the student's name, roll number, information about the examination centre and exam schedule.
- TS Inter 1st Year result 2021 and TS inter 2nd year result 2021 will be released in June 2021.
- Students will be able to access TS intermediate result 2021. by entering their hall ticket number.
- Students who are not satisfied with their results can apply for revaluation after the declaration of TS Inter result.
- Revaluation result of TS inter 2021 exams will be announced in July 2021.
- The supplementary exams will be conducted in the last week of July 2021.
- Students who appear for TS intermediate 2021 supplementary exams will be able to check their marks in the month of August 2021.
Telangana Intermediate Board 2021 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education Examination|
|Short Exam Name||Telangana Intermediate Board|
|Conducting Body||Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Languages||Arabic, English +9 More|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
Telangana Intermediate Board 2021 Important Dates
Upcoming Dates and Events
07 Apr, 2021 - 20 Apr, 2021
Exam - Practicals | Mode: Offline Ongoing
02 May, 2021
Exam - 2nd Language Paper – II | Mode: Offline
04 May, 2021
Exam - English Paper-II | Mode: Offline
06 May, 2021
Exam - Botany Paper-II, Mathematics Paper- IIA, Psychology Paper-II, Civics Paper-II | Mode: Offline
08 May, 2021
Exam - Mathematics Paper- IIB, History Paper-II, Zoology Paper-II | Mode: Offline
11 May, 2021
Exam - Classical Language Paper- II, Physics Paper-II, Economics Paper-II | Mode: Offline
13 May, 2021
Exam - Chemistry Paper- II, Fine Arts, Music Paper-II, Sociology Paper-II, Commerce Paper-II | Mode: Offline
18 May, 2021
Exam - Public Administration Paper-II, Logic Paper-II, Bridge Course Maths Paper-II, Geology Paper- II, Home Science Paper-II | Mode: Offline
20 May, 2021
Exam - Geography Paper-II, Modern Language Paper-II | Mode: Offline
Past Dates and Events
03 Apr, 2021
Exam - Environmental Education | Mode: Offline
01 Apr, 2021
Exam - Ethics & Human Values | Mode: Offline
Telangana Intermediate Board 2021 Eligibility Criteria
To apply for TS Intermediate exams 2021 students will have to meet the minimum requirements set by TSBIE. Some major eligibility conditions of TS inter 2021 are listed below:
- He/she must have passed the 11th class in a school affiliated by TSBIE or a board recognised by TSBIE.
- The student must have enrolled in class 12 in a school recognised by TSBIE.
- He/she must have attained the minimum required attendance in class 12.
- The student must have submitted his/her application form for appearing in TS intermediate exams 2021 and also paid the fees before the last date.
Telangana Intermediate Board 2021 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
- Students who want to appear for the TS intermediate 2021 exams must fill the application form which is available on the official website of TSBIE.
- Students can download the form and fill it offline with all the required details.
- The completely filled Telangana intermediate 2021 application form must be submitted to the school in which the student is enrolled.
- The examination fee should also be submitted along with application form.
|(a) Dancing in the rain, (b) Opportunities for youth, (c) To sir with love|
|(a) The magical earthm, (b) Polonius’ advice to his son, (c) Footprints on the sand|
|(a) The boy who broke the bank, (b) Parige, (c) My elder brother, (d) The awakening|
Comprehension and composition
|Study skills-I: (a) Punctuation, (b) vocabulary-4, one-word substitutes, (c) understanding non-verbal data (except tables; tree diagrams; flow charts-from 51-57) (d) understanding advertisements|
|Letter writing-formal letters|
|Filling in forms, resume/ CV/ bio-data and cover letters, understanding job advertisements|
|Dialogue writing, study skills-II: Word-stress|
|Study skills-III: Idioms and phrases, note-making, verb patterns|
English (Modern language)
|Playing the English gentleman by M.K. Gandhi|
|The bet by Anton Chekov|
|On smiles by A.G. Gardiner|
|Sale by Anita Desai|
|Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson|
|The unknown citizen by W.H. Auden|
|To the Indians who died in South Africa by T.S. Eliot|
|The night of the Scorpion by Nissim Ezekiel|
|Telephone conversation by Wole Soyinka|
Hindi (Modern language)
|Malik Mohammed Jayasi|
|Sumitranandan Pant–Bapu ke Prati|
|Harivansh rai Bachcha-Budh aur Naachghar|
|Aadeshwar Rao-Swarna Swapna Desh ka|
|Dr. Hazari prasad Dwivedi–Deta seekh dekhyo na manaat|
|Kamaleshwar-Raam Naresh Triphati|
|Vishnu Prabhakar–Jahan Aakash dikhayi nahi deta|
Functional Hindi and Kavya Shashtra
|Hindi in advertisements|
|Hindi in mass communication|
|Science and technology, and Hindi|
|Depreciation: meaning, causes of depreciation, methods of depreciation, problems on straight line method and reducing balance method, illustrations and exercises|
|Meaning of consignment, difference between consignment and sale, terminology used in consignment account, valuation of unsold stock, concept of proforma invoice (theory only), illustrations and exercises|
Accounts of not for profit (or non-trading) organisations
|Meaning, characteristics, accounting records, difference between capital and revenue expenditure, difference between capital and revenue receipts, deferred revenue expenditure, difference between receipts and income|
|Difference between payments and expenditure, meaning and accounting treatment of important terms, preparation of receipts and payments account, preparation of income and expenditure account, illustrations and exercises|
|Introduction, partners capital accounts, fixed and fluctuating capital, final accounts, admission and retirement of partner; illustrations and exercises|
Computerized accounting system
|Meaning, features, advantages, comparison between manual and computerized accounting system|
Financial markets and stock exchange
|Financial markets: Meaning and concept; classification of financial markets; (money markets, bond markets, debt market, equity market, forex market, derivatives, structured products); primary market-secondary market|
|Financial markets: Public issue (IPO) and its linkage to trading|
|Mutual funds: Concept, objective, types|
|Stock exchange: Meaning, significance, listing of securities; functions of stock exchange|
Banking and insurance
|Banking services: Meaning and definition of banks, functions of banks: Types of deposits-current, SB, FD, RD|
|Types of loans: CC, OD, term loans, retail loans (home loan, car loan, education loan, personal loan, credit card)|
|Types of payment: Cheque, NEFT, RTGS, IMPS, payment wallets|
|Insurance: Meaning, definition, features, principles, functions, types of insurance; IRDA|
|Entrepreneurship: Meaning of entrepreneur, enterprise and entrepreneurship|
|Functions of an entrepreneur: Types of entrepreneurs, characteristics of entrepreneurs|
|Process of setting up a business|
|Entrepreneurial opportunities in telangana state|
Internal and international trade
|Internal trade: Meaning of trade, types of trade, features of internal trade|
|The distribution chain: Producers, wholesalers, retailers, consumers; types of retail trade|
|International trade: Meaning, importance, scope, benefits of international trade|
Principles and functions of management
|Principles of management: Meaning and definitions of management, objectives of management|
|Functions of management-planning: Organising staffing, direction: Controlling|
Economic growth and economic development
|Introduction, concepts of economic growth and economic development, objectives of economic development, indicators of economic development (except 1.3.5, 1.3.7, 1.3.8), factors hindering economic development, factors promoting economic development|
|Characteristics of developing economies with special reference to india|
Demography and human resource development
|Introduction, theory of demographic transition, demographic features of indian population, concept and causes of population explosion, occupational and sectoral distribution of population in India, human resource development: Concept and importance|
|Role of education in economic development and education in India, role of health in economic development and health in India, human development index (except 2.9.1 and 2.9.2)|
National income, poverty, and unemployment
|Introduction, a backdrop to national income studies, changes in national income and per capita income in India, sectoral contribution to national income, inequalities in the distribution of income and wealth: Causes and remedial measures|
|Poverty in India: Concept, causes, and consequences (except 3.6.2, 3.6.3), unemployment in India: Concept, causes, and consequences, remedial measures of poverty and unemployment-government initiatives (except table-3.10)|
Planning and NITI Aayog
|Introduction, concept, types, and importance of planning (except 4.1.2), major objectives of five year plans in India, review of five year plans, NITI Aayog|
|Introduction, importance and growth of agriculture in Indian economy, causes for low productivity in agriculture and measures to improve agricultural productivity in India, land reforms in India, green revolution|
|Agricultural credit and rural indebtedness (except 5.5.2), agricultural marketing in India, food security (except 5.8.2 , 5.8.3)|
|Introduction, structure of Indian industry, growth, and pattern of industrial development in India (except 6.2.5), industrial backwardness, industrial policy resolutions (except 6.4.3, 6.4.4, and 6.4.6), economic reforms, demonetization|
|Goods and services tax, make in India, economic reforms and industrial growth, small scale industries: Characteristics, role, problems and remedial measures, industrial finance (except 6.11.1 (G)|
|Introduction, importance of tertiary sector, growth of service sector in India, service sector performance at the state and UT level, performance of India's key sub-sectors of services, IT-BPM services, infrastructure, transport sector, energy sector|
|Telecom sector, insurance sector|
|Introduction, balance of trade vs balance of payments, balance of trade and balance of payments with special reference to India, role of international trade in Indian, foriegn direct investment (FDI)|
|Role of international trade in Indian economic development, objectives and functions of general agreement on tariffs and trade (GATT) and WTO, WTO, and Indian economy|
|Introduction, concept, types and importance of environment in economic development (except 9.1.2 ), concepts of eco-system|
|Pollution and environmental degradation (except 9.2.3-II), need for environmental protection, sustainable development|
|Introduction, structure of Telangana state, gross state domestic product (GDSP), per capita income at current prices in Telangana and all India , demographic features of Telangana, agricultural sector in Telangana, industrial sector in Telangana|
|Services sector in Telangana, infrastructural development in Telangana, poverty and unemployment in Telangana, development and welfare programmes in Telangana state|
Geography-Fundamentals of human and economic geography
|Meaning, nature, scope and relevance of human geography; man-environment relationships|
|Distribution, density of population, growth of population in the world|
|Factors affecting/ influencing distribution of population|
|Economic geography: Definition, scope and significance; sectors of economic activity: Concepts, changing trends|
|Primary activities: Concepts, changing trends. Food gathering, pastoral, mining and subsistence agriculture|
|Secondary activities: Concepts. Manufacturing industries: Locational factors, types-distribution and production, agro based: Textile (cotton), mineral based (iron and steel): Petro-chemical. Mineral resources: Iron ore, bauxite|
|Secondary activities: power resources-coal, petroleum and; non-conventional sources of energy|
|Tertiary economic activities: Concepts, people engaged in the tertiary activities with some examples|
|Quaternary economic activities: Concepts, people engaged in the quaternary activities with some examples|
World transportation and trade
|Relative significance of different means of transport-land transport, railways-transcontinental railways, airways and water ways|
|World oceanic routes; important inland waterways and important canals; international trade|
Environment and resources
|Resources: Definition, classification-resource depletion|
|Environment: Meaning, definition and components; environmental conservation and management; sustainable development|
|Settlement types-rural and urban|
Geography-Geography of India
|Locational characteristics; physical setting, physiographic divisions; drainage system: The Himalayan and Peninsular system|
|Origin of monsoon, climatic regions in India; distribution of temperature and rainfall|
|Soils: Types and distribution, vegetation: Types and distribution|
|Population: Size, growth, distribution and density from 1901-2011; trends of urbanization, population problems|
|Migration: International, national, causes and consequences|
|Human development: Introduction and regional pattern|
|Mineral and energy resource base: Distribution and production, minerals-iron ore, manganese, power resources-coal, petroleum and non-conventional sources of energy (solar, wind and biogas), conservation of resources|
|Agriculture: General land use, land use classification, distribution and production of major crops-wheat, rice, sugarcane, cotton, caster and ground nut, coffee and tee-their distribution, production|
|Irrigation and power: Types of irrigation. Wells, canals, and tanks; major multipurpose projects: Bhakra Nangal, Nagarjuna Sagar, rain water harvesting and watershed management|
|Location factors, growth, distribution, and trade pharmaceuticals, and knowledge based industries (IT)|
|Globalization and economic development|
Trade and transport
|Means of transport; roadways, railways, airways, and water ways, major ports of India|
|Administrative regions; physiography and drainage|
|Distribution of climate, temperature and rainfall|
|Soils: Types, distribution, characteristics; vegetation: Types and distribution|
|Size, growth, distribution and density from 1961-2011; demographic characteristics: Literacy, sex ratio; rural and urban populations|
Geography-sources of pre-history
|Geographical Features of Telangana, brief survey of sources, pre and photo history|
Age of Satavahanas
|Pre-Satavahanas, sources, early Satavahanas, later Satavahanas, administration, economy, society, religion|
Post Satavahana Period
|Political history-Ikashvakus, Vakatakas, Vishnukunds, Chalukyan age, administration|
Age of Kaktatiyas
|Sources, brief political history, admistration, society, economy, religion, literature, art and architecture|
|Sources, brief political history, administration, socio culture conditions, agriculture and irrigation, trade and commerce, development of Telugu literature, art and architecture|
|Nizam-ul-Mulk (1724-1748), Nizam Ali Khan (1762-1803), Sikandar Jah (1803-1829), Nasir-ud-Daula (1829-1857), Afzal-ul-Daula (1857-1869), reforms of Salar Jung (1853-1883), Mir Mahaboob Ali Khan (1869-1911CE), Mir Osman Ali Khan (1911-1948 CE)|
Socio, cultural and political awakening in Telanagana
|Role of newspapers, library movement, Arya Samaj, Nizam Rashtra Andhra Jana Sangam, Andhra Mahasabha, Andhra Mahila Sabha, Adi Hindu and Dalit movements, political awareness|
Tribal and Peasant Movements in Telangana
|Land tenure systems in Nizam state, tribal revolts, Telangana peasant armed struggle|
Freedom Movement in Hyderabad State
|1857 revolt in Hyderabad, national awakening in Hyderabad, Hyderabad state Congress, Vandematharam movement|
Separate Telangana State Movement – Early Phase
|1952 Mulki movement, formation of linguistic state 1956, Jai Telangana movement, Telangana Praja Samithi|
Separate Telangana State Movement – Later Phase
|Post 1969 movement, later phase of Telangana movement, emergency Telangana Rashtra Samithi, indifinate strike of KCR, Shri Krishna committee report, Telangana joint action committee (TJAC), Delith, Adivasi, minority movements, non-cooperation movements|
Fairs and Festivals of Telangana
|Important festivals, folk tribal festivals, popular Jataras|
Political science (civics)
Indian constitution-historical background
|Indian national movement-different phases of national movement; the government of India acts-1909, 1919, 1935 and 1947; constituent assembly and framing of Indian constitution; philosophy and basic features of Indian constitution|
Fundamental rights and directive principles
|Fundamental rights; directive principles of state policy; fundamental duties|
|The President of India; the Vice President of India; the Prime Minister of India; union council of ministers; Parliament of India; Supreme Court of India; High Courts|
|The governor; the chief minister; council of ministers in the state; legislative assembly; legislative council; High Court|
Centre state relations
|Legislative relations, administrative relations, financial relations, NITI Aayog|
|Grass root democracy: 73rd amendment; grass root political Panchyati Raj institutions, 74th amendment: Urban local self governments, Panchayat and urban local bodies in Telangana|
Election system in India
|Central election commission, powers and functions of election commission|
Contemporary issues in Indian politics
|Corruptions, anti corruptions acts|
Emergence of Telangana state
|Formation of Hyderabad state in 1948; political developments: (1948 to 1956); Gentlemen's agreement; emergence of Andhra Pradesh; violation of safeguards; Telangana agitation-1969, Telangana Praja Samithi (TPS); reaction to Mulki judgement|
|Telangana movement: 2001 to 2014; role of JAC’s in Telangana movement-process of A.P. reorganisation act, 2014|
|SMART governance; good governance; Lokpal, Lokayuktha|
India and the world
|Basic features of India's foreign policy; India and non-aligned movement; United Nations Organization (UNO)|
Public administration-Paper-II (Public administration in India)
Evolution of Indian administration
|Administration during Mauryan and Gupta period|
|Administration during Mughal period|
|Administration during British period-change and continuity|
Administration at union level
|President, Prime Minister, and council of ministers|
|Planning machinery-NITI Aayog|
Important constitutional bodies
|Election commission (E.C.)|
|Comptroller and Auditor General (C & AG)|
Administration at state level
|Administrative history of Telangana state|
|Governor, Chief Minister and Council of ministers|
Administration at district and village level
|Rural local bodies|
|Role of collector in district administration|
|Village administration-village secretariat|
|Programmes for the welfare of women and children|
|Programmes for the welfare of SC’s and ST’s|
|Programmes for the welfare of BC’s and minorities|
|Programmes for the welfare of differently abled and aged|
Issues and challenges in Indian administration
|Corruption-role of CBI and CVC|
|Enzymes: Chemical reactions, enzymatic conversions, nature of enzyme action, factors affecting enzyme activity, classification and nomenclature of enzymes, cofactors|
|Photosynthesis in higher plants: What do we know?, early experiments. What is the site of photosynthesis, how many pigments are involved in photosynthesis?, what is light reaction?, the electron transport, where are the ATP and NADPH are used?|
|Photosynthesis in higher plants: The C4 pathway, photorespiration, factors affecting photosynthesis|
|Respiration of plants: Do plants breathe?, glycolysis, fermentation, aerobic respiration. The respiratory balance sheet. Amphibolic pathway. Respiratory quotient|
|Plant growth and development: Plant growth regulators|
|Principles of inheritance and variation: Mendel's experiments, inheritance of one gene (monohybrid cross), deviations from Mendelian concept of dominance. Inheritance of two genes (dihybrid cross), chromosomal theory of inheritance|
|Principles of inheritance and variation: Linkage and recombination. Mutations|
|Molecular basis of inheritance: The DNA, the search for genetic material. RNA world, replication, genetic code. Translation, regulation of gene expression|
|Biotechnology; principles and processes: Principles of biotechnology. Tools of recombinant DNA technology, process of of recombinant DNA technology|
|Biotechnology and its applications: Biotechnological applications in agriculture, other applications of biotechnology, transgenic plants, biosafety and ethical issues|
Plants, microbes, and human welfare
|Microbes in human welfare: Microbes in household products. Microbes in industrial products. Microbes in sewage treatment. Microbes in production of biogas. Microbes as biocontrol agents. Microbes as biofertilisers, challenges posed by microbes|
|General characteristics of solid state, amorphous and crystalline solids, classification of crystalline solids, probing the structure of solids: X-ray crystallography, crystal lattices and unit cells, number of atoms in a unit cell|
|Close packed structures, packing efficiency, calculations involving unit cell dimensions, imperfections in solids|
|Types of solutions, expressing concentration of solutions, solubility, vapour pressure of liquid solutions, ideal and non-ideal solutions, colligative properties and determination of molar mass|
Electrochemistry and chemical kinetics
|Electrochemistry: Nernst equation, conductance of electrolytic solutions, applications of Kohlrausch's law,|
Electrochemistry and chemical kinetics electrochemistry
|Chemical kinetics: Electrolysis, rate of a chemical reaction, factors influencing rate of a reaction, Integrated rate equations, pseudo first order reaction, temperature dependence of the rate of a reaction|
|Adsorption and absorption, colloids, classification of colloid, colloids around us-application of colloids|
|Group-15 elements: Introduction, occurrence, dinitrogen, compounds of nitrogen-preparation and properties of ammonia, oxides of nitrogen, preparation, and properties of nitric acid, phosphorous-allotropic forms|
|Group-16 elements: Introduction, occurrence, dioxygen-preparation, properties, and uses, simple oxides, ozone-preparation, properties, structure, and uses, sulphur-allotropic forms, sulphur dioxide-preparation, properties, and uses, oxoacides of sulphur|
|Group-16 elements: Sulphuric acid-properties, and uses|
|Group-17 elements: Occurrence, introduction, chlorine-preparation, properties, and uses, hydrogen chloride: Preparation, properties, and uses, oxoacids of halogens, interhalogen compounds|
|Group-18 elements: Introduction, occurrence, electronic configuration, ionization enthalpy, atomic radii electron gain enthalpy, physical and chemical properties|
d and f block elements, and coordination compounds
|Position in the periodic table, electronic configuration of the d-block elements, general properties of the transition elements, Werner's theory of coordination compounds, definitions of some terms used in coordination compounds|
|Nomenclature of coordination compounds, isomerism in coordination compounds, bonding in coordination compounds, bonding in metal carbonyls, stability of coordination compounds, importance and applications of coordination compounds|
|Carbohydrates: Classification of carbohydrates, monosaccharides, amino acids and protiens, nucleic acids|
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
|Classification and nomenclature, nature of C-X bond, methods of preparation: Alkyl halides and aryl halides, physical properties of alkyl halides and aryl halides, chemical reaction of alkyl halides and aryl halides|
Organic compounds containing C, H, and O (alcohols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic acids)
|Alcohols, phenols, and ethers: Classification, nomenclature of alcohols, phenols and ethers, structures of hydroxyl and ether functional groups, methods of preparation of alcohols and phenols, physical propertics of alcohols and phenols|
|Chemical reactions of alcohols and phenols, ethers-methods of preparation, physical properties and chemical reactions|
|Aldehydes and ketones: Nomenclature and structure of carbonyl group, preparation of aldehydes and ketones, chemical reactions of aldehydes and ketones, uses of aldehydes and ketones|
|Carboxylic acids: Nomenclature and structure of carboxyl group, methods of preparation of carboxylic acids, methods of preparation of carboxylic acids, physical properties of carboxylic acids, chemical reactions of carboxylic acids|
|Carboxylic acids: Uses of carboxylic acids|
Organic compounds containing nitrogen
|Amines, structure of amines, classification, nomenclature, preparation of amines, physical properties of amines, chemical reactions of amines|
|Complex numbers: Introduction, complex number as an ordered pair of real numbers, representation of complex numbers in the form a+ib|
|De moivre's theorem|
|Quadratic expressions: Introduction, quadratic expressions, equations in one variable, sign of quadratic expressions, change in signs, maximum and minimum values|
|Theory of equations|
|Permutations and combinations: Introduction, fundamental principle of counting-linear and circular permutations, permutations of 'n' dissimilar things taken 'r' at a time, combinations|
|Binomial theorem: Introduction|
|Measures of dispersion: Introduction, range, mean deviation for ungrouped data,|
|Probability: Introduction, random experiments and events, classical definition of probability, axiomatic approach and addition theorem of probability, independent and dependent events conditional probability, multiplication theorem and related examples|
|Random variables and probability distribution: Introduction, random variables, theoretical discrete distributions-binomial and Poisson Distributions|
|Circle: Introduction, equation of circle, standard form, centre and radius, position of a point in the plane of a circle-definition of tangent, position of a straight line in the plane of a circle condition for a line to be tangent|
|Circle: Chord of contact and polar, relative position of two circles|
|System of circles: Introduction, angle between two intersecting circles, radical axis of two circles|
|Parabola: Introduction, conic sections, standard form and related problems|
|Ellipse: Introduction, equation of ellipse in standard form, parametric equations|
|Hyperbola: Introduction, equation of hyperbola in standard form, parametric equations|
|Integration: Introduction, integration as the inverse process of differentiation, standard forms, properties of integrals, method of substitution and related problems|
|Definite Integrals: Introduction|
|Differential equations: Introduction, formation of differential equation-degree and order of an ordinary differential equation, solving differential equation by-variables separable method|
|Introduction, transverse and longitudinal waves, displacement relation in a progressive wave, the speed of a travelling wave, the principle of superposition of waves, reflection of waves, beats|
Ray optics and optical instruments
|Introduction, refraction, total internal reflection, refraction at spherical surfaces and by lenses, refraction through a prism, dispersion by a prism, some natural phenomena due to sunlight: The rainbow, optical instruments|
|Introduction, Huygens principle, refraction and reflection of plane waves using Huygens principle, coherent and incoherent addition of waves, interference of light waves and Young's experiment, diffraction: The single slit|
|Diffraction: Seeing the single slit diffraction pattern, the validity of ray optics|
Electric charges and fields
|Introduction, electric charges, conductors and insulators, charging by induction, basic properties of electric charge, Coulomb's law, forces between multiple charges, electric field, electric field lines, electric flux, electric dipole|
|Dipole in a uniform external field, continuous charge distribution, Gauss's law, application of Gauss's law: Field due to an infinitely long straight uniformly charged wire, field due to a uniformly charged infinite plane sheet|
Electrostatic potential and capacitance
|Introduction, electrostatic potential, potential due to a point charge, potential due to an electric dipole, potential due to a system of charges, equipotential surfaces, potential energy of a system of charges, potential energy in an external field|
|Electrostatics of conductors, dielectrics and polarization, capacitors and capacitance, the parallel plate capacitor, effect of dielectric on capacitance, combination of capacitors, energy stored in a capacitor|
|Introduction, electric current, electric currents in conductors, Ohm's law, drift of electrons and the origin of resistivity, limitations of Ohm's law, temperature dependence of resistivity, electric energy, power, cells, EMF, internal resistance|
|Cells in series and in parallel, Kirchhoff's laws, Wheatstone bridge (qualitative treatment only), meter bridge, potentiometer|
Moving charges and magnetism
|Introduction, magnetic force, motion in a magnetic field, magnetic field due to a current element, Biot-Savart law, magnetic field on the axis of a circular current loop, ampere's circuital law, the solenoid and the toroid|
|Force between two parallel currents, the ampere (unit), torque on current loop, magnetic dipole, the moving coil galvanometer|
Magnetism and matter
|Introduction, the bar magnet, the magnetic field lines, the electrostatic analog, magnetism and Gauss's law, the earth's magnetism, magnetization and magnetic intensity|
|Introduction, the experiments of Faraday and Henry, magnetic flux, Faraday's law of induction, Lenz's law and conservation of energy, motional electromotive force, energy consideration: A quantitative study, Eddy currents, inductance, A.C. generator|
|Introduction, A.C. voltage applied to a resistor, representation of A.C. current and voltage by rotating vectors-phasors, A.C. voltage applied to an inductor, A.C. voltage applied to a capacitor, A.C. voltage applied to a series LCR circuit|
|LC oscillations (qualitative treatment only), transformers|
|Introduction, electromagnetic waves (qualitative treatment only), electromagnetic spectrum|
Dual nature or radiation and matter
|Introduction, electron emission, photoelectric effect, experimental study of photoelectric effect, photoelectric effect and wave theory of light, Einstein's photoelectric equation: Energy quantum of radiation, particle nature of light: The photon|
|Wave nature of matter|
|Introduction, alpha-particle scattering and Rutherford's nuclear model of atom, atomic spectra, Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, De Broglie's explanation of Bohr's second postulate of quantization chapter|
|Introduction, atomic masses and composition of nucleus, size of the nucleus, mass-energy and nuclear binding energy, mass-energy, nuclear force, nuclear energy|
Semiconductor electronics: Materials, devices, and simple circuits
|Introduction, classification of metals, conductors, and semiconductors (qualitative ideas only), intrinsic semiconductor, extrinsic semiconductor, P-N junction, semiconductor diode, application of junction diode as a rectifier|
|Special purpose p-n junction diodes, junction transistor, basic transistor circuit configuration and transistor characteristics, digital electronics and lolgic gates, integrated circuits|
|Introduction, elements of a communication system, basic terminology used in electronic communication systems, bandwidth of signals, bandwidth of transmission medium, propagation of electromagnetic waves, modulation and its necessity, amplitude modulation|
|Production of amplitude modulated wave, detection of amplitude modulated wave|
Human anatomy and physiology-I
|Breathing and respiration: Respiratory organs in animals; respiratory system in humans; mechanism of breathing and its regulation in humans-exchange of gases, transport of gases and regulation of respiration; respiratory volumes|
|Breathing and respiration: Respiratory disorders-asthma, emphysema, occupational respiratory disorders-asbestosis, silicosis, siderosis, black lung disease in coal miners|
Human anatomy and physiology-II
|Body fluids and circulation: Composition of lymph and functions; clotting of blood; human circulatory system-structure of human heart and blood vessels; cardiac cycle, cardiac output, double circulation; regulation of cardiac activity|
|body fluids and circulation: Disorders of circulatory system-hypertension, coronary artery disease, angina pectoris, heart failure|
|Excretory products and their elimination: Modes of excretion-ammonotelism, ureotelism, uricotelism; human excretory system-structure of kidney and nephron; urine formation, osmoregulation; regulation of kidney function-renin-angiotensin|
|Excretory products and their elimination: Regulation of kidney function-aldosterone system, atrial natriuretic factor, ADH and diabetes insipidus; role of other organs in excretion; disorders: Uraemia, renal failure, renal calculi, nephritis|
|Excretory products and their elimination: Disorders-dialysis using artificial kidney|
Human anatomy and physiology-III
|Muscular and skeletal system: Types of movement, the muscle, mechanism of muscle contraction, muscle fatigue, cori cycle, types of muscle fibres|
|Neural control and coordination: Nervous system in human beings-central nervous system, peripheral nervous system and visceral nervous system; generation and conduction of nerve impulse|
Human anatomy and physiology-IV
|Endocrine system and chemical coordination: Endocrine glands and hormones; human endocrine system-hypothalamus, pituitary, pineal, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, pancreas, gonads; mechanism of hormone action (elementary idea only)|
|Endocrine system and chemical coordination: Role of hormones as messengers and regulators; hypo and hyper activity and related disorders: Common disorders-dwarfism, acromegaly, cretinism, goiter, exophthalmic goiter, diabetes, Addison's disease|
|Endocrine system and chemical coordination: Disorders-Cushing's syndrome (diseases and disorders to be dealt in brief)|
|Immune system: Basic concepts of Immunology, types of Immunity, innate Immunity, acquired immunity, active and passive immunity, cell mediated immunity and humoral immunity, interferon, HIV and AIDS|
|Human reproductive system: Male and female reproductive systems; microscopic anatomy of testis and ovary; gametogenesis "spermatogenesis and oogenesis; menstrual cycle; fertilization, embryo development upto blastocyst formation, implantation; pregnancy|
|Human reproductive system: Placenta formation, parturition, lactation (elementary idea)|
|Reproductive health: Need for reproductive health and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases (STD); birth control-need and methods, contraception, and medical termination of pregnancy (MTP); amniocentesis|
|Reproductive health: Infertility and assisted reproductive technologies-IVF-ET, ZIFT, GIFT (elementary idea for general awareness)|
|Heredity and variation: Mendel's laws of inheritance with reference to Drosophila. Drosophila melanogaster grey, black body colour; long, vestigial wings), pleiotropy; multiple alleles: inheritance of blood groups and Rh-factor|
|Heredity and variation: Codominance (blood groups as example); elementary idea of polygenic inheritance; skin colour in humans (refer Sinnott, Dunn, and Dobzhansky); sex determination-in humans, birds, fumea moth|
|Heredity and variation: Genic balance theory of sex determination in Drosophila Melanogaster and honey bees; sex linked inheritance-haemophilia, colour blindness|
|Mendelian disorders in humans: Thalassemia, haemophilia, sickle celled anaemia, cystie fibrosis PKU, alkaptonuria; chromosomal disorders-Down's syndrome, Turner's syndrome, and klinefelter syndrome; genome, human genome project and DNA finger printing|
|Apiculture; animal husbandry: Pisciculture, poultry management, dairy management; animal breeding; application of biotechnology in health: Human insulin and vaccine production; gene therapy; transgenic animals; vaccines, MABs, cancer biology, stem cells|
Telangana Intermediate Board 2021 Preparation Tips
To help students in the preparation of TS inter 2021 exams, here are some handy tips and tricks to boost preparation level :
- Study plan: It is important for students to make a study plan and follow it through. Discipline is as important to success as hard work. Making a study plan will help to include discipline in your studies.
- Know the relevant books: Knowing which books to study from is another important tip. The syllabus of class 12th is quite vast and additional books seldom have more advanced topics which help you in studying a topic with better understanding.
- Do something you like for a while: Breaks are important to refresh your brain and you need to take ample breaks during your preparation for TS intermediate 2021 exams. Follow a hobby, listen to music, go out for walks. Do something you like for a while on your whole day.
Knowing the exam pattern of TS intermediate 2021 is very important as it helps students to prepare better. The exam pattern for TS inter 2021 exams can be broadly divided into four categories, as given below:
Subjects with maximum marks - 100 marks and duration - 3 hours
- English, optional languages (viz., Telugu, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Arabic, French, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya, Marathi), Commerce, Economics, Civics, History, Geology, Home Science, Logic, Public administration, Sociology and Psychology.
Subjects with maximum marks - 75 marks and duration - 3 hours
- Mathematics and Geography.
Subjects with maximum marks - 60 marks and duration - 3 hours
- Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.
Subjects with maximum marks - 50 marks and duration - 3 hours
- Mock tests, sample question papers and previous year question papers can be downloaded from the official website of TSBIE or using the link given above.
- A student must practice solving the sample papers to ace TS intermediate 2021 exams.
- Practising the sample papers is beneficial as it makes the student understand the standard of questions asked in TS inter 2021 exams.
- Solving Telangana intermediate sample papers 2021 also helps students to gain confidence.
- Students whose exam applications are accepted will be able to download the TS inter 2021 hall tickets.
- Telangana Intermediate admit card 2021 will be made available in online mode in March/April 2021.
- The hall ticket will be available on the official website to download.
- The admit card of TS inter 2021 exams contains the student's roll number, name, examination centre, exam schedule etc.
- Students are advised to check that all information mentioned on the TS intermediate 2021 hall ticket is right. If there is any problem in the hall ticket, they should request the board for correction as soon as possible.
- Students should carry the admit card along with them while going for Telangana intermediate 2021 exam as they are not allowed if the admit card is not produced.
Documents Required at Exam
- Admit Card
TSBIE will announced the TS inter 2021 result for 1st and 2nd year students in June 2021. Candidates need to browse the official website to view their TS intermediate 2021 result. They must enter their hall ticket number to check their marks of TS intermediate exams 2021. The result comprises student's roll number, name, marks obtained, grades, etc. The mark sheet released online is provisional and original mark sheets will be given to students some time after the online result.
Here are the major steps to check TS intermediate 2021 result:
- Open the official website: results.cgg.gov.in.
- Click on 2nd year or 1st year result.
- Enter hall ticket number and click on "get result" button.
- TS inter 2021 result will open on the screen.
TS Intermediate 2021 Grading System
|100 % to 75%||A|
|75 % to 60 %||B|
|60 % to 50 %||C|
|50 % to 35 %||D|
Qualifying Marks Trend
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question: What is the exam dates for TS inter exams 2021?
The theory exams will be conducted from May 2 to 20, 2021.
Question: From where can I download the time table for TS Inter exams 2021?
The TS Intermediate time table 2021 is available on tsbie.cgg.gov.in.
Question: When will the TS Inter practical exams be conducted?
The practical exams will be held from April 7 to 20, 2021.
Question: Can I download the syllabus of TS Intermediate online?
Yes, the TS Intermediate syllabus 2021 is available on tsbie.cgg.gov.in.
Question: Is there any changes in the TS Inter syllabus 2021?
No, the board has not announced any major changes in the syllabus this year.
Question: What is the passing marks in the TS inter exams 2021?
Students must obtain a minimum of 35 per cent marks in each subject and in total, to pass the exam.
Question: What is the exam duration for both first year and second year exams?
The exam duration is of 3 hours.
Question: What is maximum marks for the subjects of Science stream?
For the practical subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, the theory papers will be of 60 marks. For the language subjects, the question paper will be of 100 marks.
Question: Can I get the TS intermediate question papers in online mode?
Yes, you can download the pdf of TS intermediate question papers from the official website of the board.
Question: When will the TS Inter 2nd Year 2021 result be declared?
The TS Inter 2nd Year result 2021 will be declared in the month of June 2021.
Question: What credentials are required to check the TS inter result 2021?
To check the Telangana Inter result 2021, you will need to enter your hall ticket number.
Question: Can I check the result of Telangana Board in offline mode?
No, the result will be made available in online mode only.
Question: What should I do if I will not get the satisfactory marks in the theory exams?
In this case, you can apply for the revaluation of marks.
Question: When will the supplementary exams of IS inter be held?
The supplementary examination will be conducted in the last week of July 2021.
Question: When will the result of supply exams be declared?
The result for the supply exams will be announced in August 2021, tentatively.
Questions related to Telangana Intermediate Board
Dear sir or madam from june iam in confusion that is this year i go to collage or not and is there any board (without online) offline and a thought came that may i join next year.I joined collage, admition fees is paid books were taken and now iam not interested.if it is exam in march i willfail100%
We must not hope that the colleges are going to open soon, everything will take a good amount of time to come back to normal conditions. Schools are considered to open in a phased manner but this not going to happen soon. The next session will start in a few months, so if you wish to take admission in the next session, you may drop out right now. You can withdraw your admission from the current year but keep in mind that by doing this you will waste an important year of your life, you have to start your college again. But if you are adamant about it, then it's up to you. But think twice before doing so. Don't fear examinations, it is very difficult for maximum number of students to study online so you are not alone in this situation.
Hello Sir , Iam Mohd Abdul Aleem ,a student of 2nd year intermediate . I Have these questions to you: 1.Will the question paper pattern will be changed this year as CBSE changed their pattern? 2.When are colleges going to open? 3.Pratical Exams ? 4.Board Exams? Plz reply me Sir Thanking you
1) as of now there is no news of application of the new pattern from this session onwards (though it had been proposed) so rest assured because even if the pattern is introduced, it will be new and anxiety inducing for all equally and the schools will definitely try their best in explaining the implications.
2) The decision to reopen colleges and universities has been left on respective state governments' discretion so keep an eye out for any such news in your state.
3) and 4) both of these are dependent upon whether some new pattern will be introduced or not. For now just carry on with the mindset that board exams will happen at least for this coming session (given the covid circumstances and all).
best of luck!
For NIT AND IIT ( Telangana intermediate board), 75% is just in Sr Inter or Jr Inter and Sr Inter together?
Till last year, there was a class 12th eligibility criteria that students must have to pass their class 12 with 75% aggregate marks and it was mandatory till 2019 .
But, this year (2020), due to this covid-19 pandemic the class 12th passing eligibility criteria has been given a relaxation, and now you just have to pass your class 12th exam and there is no such criteria this year that you must secure 75% in a class 12th board exams.
But there is no offical news that this relaxation will continue in 2021. It may be possible that after the pandemic situation gets controlled, class 12th 75% passing eligibility criteria will again come to picture and this relaxation will be scrapped away.
So, just to remain on safer side secure more than 75% in class 12th boards seriously.
So, if you belong from any board, then try to get 75% in your class 12th boards exams or class 12th inter exam.
I got 812 marks out of 1000 in intermediate telangana board . fist year - 462 , 2nd year - 360 Im I eligible for Nits, IITS . ?? 75% minimum eligible full filled or not??
If you are going to appear for JEE-Main or JEE-Advance than you should keep in mind that you have to score above or equal to 75% in you 10+2 i.e. only 12th. So according to the data given by you you have scored 360 marks out of 500 in 10+2 according to which you have secured 72% which makes you ineligible for JEE-Main.
But note that if you have secured your position in top 20 percentile of your state board results than also you are eligible for JEE-Main.
You can get complete details on eligibility of JEE-Main from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
75 percentage in board of class 12th in cbse is same of 75 percentage in Telangana board for her mains nit + system???
To get admission in IITs/NITs/GFTIs a candidate must have passed in 10+2 with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry with atleast 75% aggregate for General category candidates and for SC/ST it is 65% aggregate. Candidate need to score 75% aggregate or 65% aggregate in their respective board exams depending on the category they belong to.You don't need to compare to compare CBSE with Telangana state board.If you have score 75% aggregate in CBSE board exam then you will be eligible to get seat in IITs/ NITs/ GFTIs.