Telangana Board Intermediate Exam Date Sheet 2018


The time table of Telangana Board Intermediate exams 2018 for 1st year & 2nd year has been announced. The exams will commence on 28 Feb and end on 19 March 2018.

Telangana Board Intermediate 1st Year Time Table: 2018 (Revised)
Day/Date1st Year Examination
Wed 28 February 2018Part-II: 2nd Language Paper-I
Sat 3 March 2018Part-I: English Paper-I
Tue 6 March 2018Part-III: Mathematics Paper-IA, Botany Paper-I, Civics Paper-I, Psychology Paper-I
Thu 8 March 2018Part-III: Mathematics Paper-IB, Zoology Paper-I, History Paper-I
Sat 10 March 2018Physics Paper-I, Economics Paper-I, Classical Language Paper-I
Tue 13 March 2018Chemistry Paper-I, Commerce Paper-I, Sociology Paper-I, Fine arts, Music Paper-I
Thu 15 March 2018Geology Paper-I, Home Sciences Paper-I, Public Administration Paper-I, logic Paper-I, Bridge Course Maths Paper-I (For BI P.C. Candidates)
Sat 17 March 2018Morden Language Paper-I , Geography Paper-I


Telangana Board Intermediate 2nd Year Time Table: 2018 (Revised)
Day/Date2ed Year Examination
Thu 1 March 2018Part-II: 2nd Language Paper-II
Mon 5 March 2018Part-I: English Paper-II
Wed 7 March 2018Part-III: Mathematics Paper-IIA, Botany Paper-II, Civics Paper-II, Psychology Paper-II
Fri 9 March 2018Part-III: Mathematics Paper-IIB, Zoology Paper-II, History Paper-II
Mon 12 March 2018Physics Paper-II, Economics Paper-II, Classical Language Paper-II
Wed 14 March 2018Chemistry Paper-II, Commerce Paper-II, Sociology Paper-II, Fine arts, Music Paper-II
Fri 16 March 2018Geology Paper-II, Home Sciences Paper-II, Public Administration Paper-II, logic Paper-II, Bridge Course Maths Paper-II (For BI P.C. Candidates)
Mon 19 March 2018Morden Language Paper-II , Geography Paper-II


Telangana Board 12th Exam Dates 2017

TS Board Inter First Year Time Table 2017
Time Table -(Theory) I.P.E March - 2017
Time - (9:00 Am to 12:00 Noon)
Day & Date1st Year Examination
1/3/2017, WednesdayPart-II: 2nd Language paper-I
3/3/2017, FridayPart-I:, English paper-I
6/3/2017, MondayPart-III: Mathematics paper-IA, Botany paper-I, Civics paper-I, psychology paper-I
8/3/2017, WednesdayMathematics paper-IB, Zoology paper-I, History paper-I
10/3/2017, FridayPhysics paper-I, Economics-I, Classical Language paper-I
13/3/2017, MondayChemistry paper-I, Commerce paper-I, Sociology paper-I, fine arts, music paper-I
15/3/2017, WednesdayGeology paper-I, home sciences paper-I, public administration paper-I, logic paper-I, Bridge Course Maths paper-I
17/3/2017, FridayModern Language paper-I, Geography Paper-I


TS Board Inter Second Year Time Table 2017
Day & DateII Year Examination
2/3/2017, ThursdayPart-II: 2nd Language paper-II
4/3/2017, SaturdayPart-I:, English paper-II
7/3/2017, TuesdayPart-III: Mathematics paper-IIA, Botany paper-II, Civics paper-II, psychology paper-II
9/3/2017, ThursdayMathematics paper-IIB, Zoology paper-II, History paper-II
11/3/2017, SaturdayPhysics paper-II, Economics-II, Classical Language paper-II
14/3/2017, TuesdayChemistry paper-II, Commerce paper-II, Sociology paper-II, fine arts, music paper-II
16/3/2017, ThursdayGeology paper-II, home sciences paper-II, public administration paper-II, logic paper-II, Bridge Course Maths paper-II
18/3/2017, SaturdayModern Language paper-II, Geography Paper-II


Last Updated on : December 2, 2017


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