10th Result 2019: Tamil Nadu board declares TN SSLC Class 10 results on tnresults.nic.in; how to check scores
The Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TNDGE) declared the TN SSLC 10th exam results today (29 April) on tnresults.nic.in.
TNDGE declared the SSLC or Class 10 examination results today at 9.30 am.
The Tamil Nadu SSLC result 2019 will be available on its official website dge.tn.gov.in.
Students need to secure at least 35 percent marks in each subject to pass these examinations.
Tamil Nadu SSLC Result 2019 | The Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TNDGE) has declared the results for the SSLC or Class 10 exams on its official website dge.tn.gov.in. Students can check results on the TNDGE website or on tnresults.nic.in.
This year, the overall pass percentage stands at 95.2 percent. Once again, girls have outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 97 percent, higher than last year's 96.4 percent. A low number of 93.3 percent boys passed the Class 10 board exams.
The highest pass percentage was recorded in Tirupur district at 98.53 percent, followed by Ramanathapuram with 98.48 percent and Namakkal with 98.45 percent.
Around 10 lakh students appeared for the TN SSLC exams between 14 and 29 March this year.
In 2018, as many as 9,82,097 students appeared for the TN SSLC examination. The overall pass percentage was 94.4 percent. Girls had outperformed boys last year, as well.
Candidates can follow these steps to check their results:
Step 1: Visit the official TNDGE website
Step 2: Click on the 'Result' tab and then click on the relevant result tab
Step 3: Enter your registration number and roll number
Step 4: The results will appear on the screen
Step 5: Download or take a printout of your results for future reference
Students will need to secure at least 35 percent marks in each subject to pass the TN SSLC examinations. Students can collect original marksheets from their respective schools a few days after the results are declared.
This year, the UP Board examinations got delayed due to the state Assembly elections. The exams were held in offline mode. A total of 27,81,654 candidates had appeared for the 10th examinations which were held between 24 March and 13 April.
This year, the UP Board exams got delayed due to the UP elections. The examination process was held in offline pen and paper mode and a total of 27,81,654 students appeared for the Class 10 examinations which were conducted from 24 March to 13 April.
The examination authority announced the result dates two days after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had expressed his concern over the delay in UP Board results. He had asked the officials to speed up the process and release the results soon.