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Tamil Nadu Class 10 SSLC result 2018 declared: Girls register over 99% pass percentage in Science

Tamil Nadu Class 10 SSLC result 2018 declared: Girls register over 99% pass percentage in Science

Students will also get their TN 10 Result 2018 via mobile as the official will send SMS on the registered mobile number of the student or parent. About 10 lakh students from different districts of the state appeared for the SSLC 2018 exam. The topper list was not declared along with the result in 2017. Later, after Independence, it was formed in 1978 as a separate department to monitor and regulate secondary school education in the state and to conduct yearly examinations to evaluate the academic performance of students through Tamil Nadu 12th Board Examination and Tamil Nadu 10th Board Examination. Almost 10 lakh students appeared for Tamil Nadu SSLC examination this year.

Click on the link for TN 10th class 2018 result.

In addition to the Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Tamil Nadu, website, students can check their marks at these websites as well: dge1.tn.nic.in and dge2.tn.nic.in. According to The Indian Express, the results on the SSLC examination were declared at 9.30 am and the pass percentage in the state is 94.5 percent. After the declaration, the results will be uploaded online. With 94.5 per cent, the overall pass percentage has increased by 0.1 per cent in comparison to a year ago. The overall pass percentage on TN Plus 2 was 91.1% with 87.70% boys and 94.10% girls have passed.

In 2017, around 10 lakh students appeared for the SSLC examinations by Tamil Nadu Board.

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Open the official site of Tamil Nadu examination.

The DGE Tamil Nadu had earlier declared the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) or Class 12 results on 16 May. If we compare the data from past year, there is a decline in the number of students registering and appearing for the examination.

The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) has informed that students can apply for re-totalling of their scores from 24-26 May at their schools.

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