Here we will update BIEAP Intermediate Time Table 2016. Every year BIEAP conducts public exams in the month of March and April. BIEAP is responsible for providing syllabus, conducting exams, publishing results and issuing certificates for successful candidates. Candidates must have passed Inter 1st year & 2nd years for pursuing their education or getting memo of intermediate. But candidates mat promote to 2nd year if they will have failed in 1st year exams. BIEAP is also conducting supplementary examinations for failed candidates to prove them once more. But the best thing is candidates should pass in first attempts. To pass in first attempt we will prepare a good manner. Keep this page for BIEAP Intermediate Time Table 2016 and exam dates for each subject and calculate how many days remaining for each exam. In my college days our lecturer write countdown days in notice board, why because that will show you how much you have to prepare in limited days.
How to prepare BIEAP Intermediate Exams:
As per the information examinations will be started from 1st or 2nd week of March 2016. So divide available days into 3 parts. Then divide each day into 6 parts for each subject. Finish all subjects in first slot. Then practice previous BIEAP Intermediate question papers and model papers. Find where you will do mistakes when solving question papers. Revise all subjects once in third slot.
AP Inter Exam dates 2016:
AP Inter exam dates had not declared ye now, but very short time they will be issued. Please refer this page for AP inter exam time table 2016. Or refer BIEAP’s official website www.bieap.gov.in for latest news about inter exams.
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Part I – English;
Part II – Second Languages (Telugu, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Arabic, French, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya and Marathi);
Part III – Optional Subjects (Mathematics, Physics, chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Commerce, Economics, Civics, History, Psychology, Public Administration, Logic, Sociology, Geography and Geology)