BIE AP Inter Advance Supplementary, Betterment 2024 Time Table, Instructions

 BIE AP Inter Advance Supplementary, Betterment 2024 Time Table, Instructions. The Intermediate Advance Supplementary and Betterment Exams for May 2024 Time table is released. The BIEAP will conduct the Inter ASE 2024 exams from 24th May 20224. Detailed instructions and time table is explained below.

BIE AP Inter Advance Supplementary, Betterment 2024 Time Table

BIE AP Inter 1st Year Advanced Supplementary Exams Time Table


1st Year INTERMEDIATE PUBLIC ADVANCED SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATIONS, MAY 2024
TIME TABLE (THEORY)
FORE NOON (9.00 AM to 12.00PM)
Date &Day I Year Examinations
24.05.2024(FRIDAY) PART-II : 2nd LANGUAGE PAPER-I
25.05.2024( SATURDAY) PART-I:ENGLISH PAPER-I
27.05.2024(MONDAY) PART- III:MATHEMATICS PAPER –IA BOTANY PAPER-I CIVICS PAPER-I
28.05.2024(TUESDAY) MATHEMATICS PAPER – IB ZOOLOGY PAPER - I HISTORY PAPER - I
29.05.2024(WEDNESDA Y) PHYSICS PAPER - I, ECONOMICS PAPER - I
30.05.2024(THURSDAY) CHEMISTRY PAPER –I COMMERCE PAPER –I SOCIOLOGY PAPER-I FINE ARTS, MUSIC PAPER-I
31.05.2024(FRIDAY) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PAPER-I, LOGIC PAPER- I BRIDGE COURSE MATHS PAPER-I (FOR B.P.C STUDENTS)
  01.06.2024( SATURDAY) MODERN LANGUAGE PAPER-I GEOGRAPHY PAPER-I

BIE AP Inter 2nd Year Advance Supplementary Exams Time Table


2nd Year INTERMEDIATE PUBLIC ADVANCED SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATIONS, MAY 2024
TIME TABLE (THEORY)
AFTER NOON(2.30 PM to 5.30 PM)
Date& Day II Year Examinations
24.05.2024(FRIDAY) PART-II : 2nd LANGUAGE PAPER-II
25.05.2024( SATURDAY) PART -I:ENGLISH PAPER-II
27.05.2024(MONDAY) PART-III: MATHEMATICS PAPER-IIA BOTANY PAPER - II CIVICS PAPER - II
28.05.2024(TUESDAY) MATHEMATICS PAPER-IIB ZOOLOGY PAPER- II HISTORY PAPER-II
29.05.2024(WEDNESDAY) PHYSICS PAPER - II ECONOMICS PAPER - II
30.05.2024(THURSDAY) CHEMISTRY PAPER –II COMMERCE PAPER – II SOCIOLOGY PAPER- II FINE ARTS, MUSIC PAPER-II
31.05.2024(FRIDAY) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PAPER-II, LOGIC PAPER-II BRIDGE COURSE MATHS PAPER-II (FOR B.P.C STUDENTS)
01.06.2024( SATURDAY) MODERN LANGUAGE PAPER-II GEOGRAPHY PAPER-II

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES

1. A)Candidates should carefully verify the correctness of their Names, Medium, Subjects appearing, etc., indicated in their Hall Tickets. If any discrepancy is noticed it should be got rectified by the Principal of the College.

B) No candidate will be permitted without the Hall Ticket issued by the BIE, AP. The Principal cannot permit candidates into the Examination Hall on his/her own. No candidate will be permitted to examination merely on submission of declaration.

NOTE:- If any candidate’s name is missing even after the payment of the Examination fee, the name of such candidate(s) should be sent to the BIE by the Principal of the Jr. College to obtain allotment of Regd. No. and Examination Centre by the BIE.

2. Candidates shall be permitted to enter the exam center 30 minutes before the commencement of exam i.e., 8.30 AM/2.00 PM. Candidates shall occupy the seats allotted to them in the Examination Hall 15 minutes before the commencement of the examination. No candidate shall be allowed into the exam center after 9.00 AM/2.30 PM.

3. Strict silence should be maintained in the Examination Hall.

4. Candidates should read the instructions printed on the Answer Booklet carefully. The Regd. No. printed on the Hall Ticket should tally with the Regd. No. printed on the OMR bar coded sheet supplied. It is the responsibility of the Candidate to collect the correct OMR Bar Coded sheet from the Invigilator. Pinning of wrong barcoded sheet will lead to wrong declaration of results.

5. Before affixing their signature, the candidates are advised to check all the particulars like their Name, Regd. No. Subject/Paper printed on the OMR Bar Coded sheet. Candidates should staple the OMR Bar Coded sheet to his/her Answer Booklet before the commencement of the Examination and cover the pins with the stickers supplied. The Candidate has to hand over the Hall Tickets to the Invigilator after verifying the above particulars. Candidates should write the serial number of the Answer Booklet in the space provided on Part. I and Part II of the OMR bar coded sheet.

NOTE: Any tampering of Part. III of OMR Bar-Coded Sheet will be treated as malpractice and the entire performance of the candidate in the examinations will be cancelled without any notice.

6. Candidates should sign on the photo attendance sheet at the correct place after verifying their details.

7. Candidates shouldmakeensure that they received the correct Question Paper or not from the Invigilator. Failure to get the correct Question Paper from the Invigilator will not entitle them to get any concession and such Answer Script will not be valued. They should write their Regd. No. on the Question Paper and should not write anything else on them. The Question Paper should be with the candidate. They should not pass it on to other candidates or send it to outside. If the Question Paper is not found with the candidate, it will be treated as an act of malpractice and further action will be taken.

8. Candidates should not write their Name or Regd. No. in any part of the Answer Book / Graph Sheet / Map. While answering questions on Letter Writing etc., the candidates should not mention the Station, the Name or the Regd. No., but they should only put dash (-) with punctuation marks etc., as required.

9. All the candidates are informed that only 24 pages stitched Answer Booklet will be supplied and note that no Additional Answer sheets will be supplied.

10. Candidates are not allowed to exceed the time assigned to a Paper. Candidates are not allowed to leave the Examination Hall till the completion of 2 1/2 hours. Candidates are not permitted to come back to the Examination Hall after handing over the Answer Scripts. Candidates who wish to attend nature calls after the first half an hour and before the last half-an-hour will be permitted to go out for that purpose and come back under the escort assigned by the Invigilator.

11. While answering Questions having bits, they should answer in a serial order at one place by noting the Serial Number of the bit for the convenience of valuation.

They should attempt the number of questions which are required to be answered by them. If they write answer to a question and later decide to strike off, they may do so and write in the margin “struck off by me” . The candidate should not sign there or put his/her Register Number. After writing answers, the remaining unused pages of Answer Script must be struck off by the candidate.

12. Candidates are permitted to carry with them pen, pencil, sketch pens, eraser and Mathematical instruments. There should be no writing of any kind on the instruments.

Candidates are not allowed to bring the following into the Examination Hall:

a)Any kind of written or printed material or books etc, and they are prohibited from noting down the answer of any question on the Question Papers, Hall Tickets etc.

b) Cell Phones, Digital Watches, Blue tooth pagers, Calculators or any kind of Electronic gadgets.

13. Asking questions or any kind of communication with the Invigilator or with any other Candidate in the Examination Hall is prohibited. Any violation will attract disciplinary action.

14. Candidates are not allowed:

a) To copy from written or printed material or books brought by them or by anyone else, or from each other.

b) Communication with fellow candidates or with any person outside the Examination Room. If any candidate fails to follow the above instructions, he/she will be sent out and the performance of such candidates in the examination will be cancelled besides being debarred from appearing for the Public Examinations for a period as decided by the Board.

15. The performance of the candidate in the Examination will be cancelled and he/she will be debarred from appearing again for Public Examinations or such other action as per B.I.E norms if he/she:
  • a) Writing objectionable matter in the Answer Script.
  • b) Frequent communication with the invigilators transforming the information through examination personnel directly or indirectly.
  • c) Misbehavior or resorting to assault on examination personnel.
  • d) Suspected to have taken recourse to malpractice of any kind.
  • e) Contravenes the rules and prescribed procedures and instructions issued time to time.
  • f) Gains admission to the Public Examination by suppressing or hiding the facts. 16. Candidates booked under Malpractice must complete all the formalities like submitting explanations, signing the Proforma, etc., at the Examination Centre.
17. Candidates booked under Malpractice will be debarred from appearing ONE to EIGHT IPEs as per the scale of punishment in addition to cancellation of current performance.

18. The Board reserves the right to punish the candidates for MASS COPYING if it is established based on the internal evidence either during valuation or during special scrutiny.

19. When a candidate has finished writing answers and wishes to give his/her Answer Script as required, he/she should stand up at his/her place and remain standing until the Invigilators comes to receive the Answer Book from him/her. The candidates will not be permitted to leave the Examination Hall without handing over the Answer Script to the Invigilator. It is the responsibility of the candidates to hand-over the Answer Script to the Invigilator and to take back the Hall Ticket from the Invigilator. 20. The Board makes it clear that no re-examination will be conducted in respect of the Candidates who resort to any walkout or boycott the examination on the pretext that the Questions are outside the Syllabus, OR not covered in the Class Room instruction OR are of too high standard OR for any other reason.

21. The Board reserves the right to correct any mistake or irregular admission of the candidates in the course of checking of the application. viz., payment of fees after the due dates, candidates not satisfying any of the conditions for Public Examinations, candidates detected to have been involved in Malpractice etc., and cancel the performance of such candidates at the Public Examination without any notice, even after the publication of results.

22. The candidate has to take the examination at the allotted centre only.

23. There is a provision for Recounting, supply of copy-cum-Re-Verification of valued answer scripts. The candidates who wish to avail these facilities have to pay online, an amount of Rs.260/- (Rupees Two hundred and Sixty only) per paper for Recounting and Rs.1300/- (Rupees One thousand and Three Hundred only) per paper for Copy-cum-Re-verification of answer book, through https://bie.ap.gov.inwebsiteand selecting “Re-verification of Valued Answer Scripts & supply of Scanned Copy” in students Services.-Candidates have to pay required fee at these centers and must furnish the Hall-Ticket Number, Date of Birth as recorded in SSC, SSC Hall-Ticket No. and the subjects they intend to apply for Recounting or Copy-cum-Re-verification. The details of the candidates will appear on the screen. 

Candidates have to furnish their complete Address and Mobile No. and e-mail ID. Under no circumstances the applications will be accepted after due date. This online service will be stopped after the due date and no further extension of service will be available. 

Under no circumstances the fee once paid towards Recounting/Photo copy-cum-Re-Verification will be refunded. The candidate have to download their Answer book(s) from https://bie.ap.gov.in website by entering their transaction Id while submission of application.

24. The Re-Verification will be made/done as per the Scheme of Valuation on only those answers which are either unvalued or awarded ZERO by the Examiner. 25. Under any circumstances the fee once paid to the BIE towards (a) Recounting (b) Photocopy-cum-Re-Verification of valued Answer Scripts or (c) any other will never be refunded.

26. The Pass Certificate cum-Memo of Marks of the candidates will be sent to the Principals of the colleges, Candidates are instructed to receive the same from the principals of the Colleges who issued Hall Tickets to them.

27. Representations from candidates regarding any discrepancy in publication of result received after one month from the date of publication of results will not be entertained.

28. Any discrepancy in the Pass Certificate and Memo of Marks should be brought to the notice of the Board through the Principals within one month from the date of publication of the results, failing which the Board will not bear any responsibility for non-posting of Marks or non-release of results. Representations received after the due date will not be entertained.

29. Candidates having passed all 1st year Papers in the Annual Examinations can improve their performance in the individual Papers of 1st year, only in the immediate following Supplementary Examinations. If they reappear for any of the 1st year Papers already passed in the FIRST ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS at any subsequent examination (i.e., other than immediate Supplementary Examination), marks secured in the earlier examination will get cancelled and the latest marks only will be valid.

For further details candidates are advised to contact the Principal. 30. The candidate should preserve his/her Hall Ticket till he/she receives Pass Certificate -cum-Memorandum of Marks from the Board of Intermediate Education