Tamil Nadu class 12 board results declared, check scores at dge.tn.gov.in; tnresults.nic.in


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Tamil Nadu Class 12th Result 2021 today live updates tndge tnresults.nic.in. PTI

Tamil Nadu HSC (+2) Result 2021 LATEST Updates: Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TNDGE) on Monday declared the TN HSE +2 results 2021. Students who have registered for TN 12th Exam will get their results through SMS. Students can also download their TN 12th Mark Sheet 2021 at https://tnresults.nic.in/nebdr.htm

The results of the Tamil Nadu class 12 board exams will be announced today, on Monday, 19 July. Reportedly, the Directorate of Government Examinations, Tamil Nadu is going to declare the examination results today around 11 am. As many as eight lakh students of the state board will receive their results today.

The TN class 12 exam could not be conducted due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The results of the Class 12 examination have been prepared based on alternative evaluation criteria.

These results will be based on a 50:20:30 formula wherein marks in classes 10, 11 and 12 would be taken into consideration for calculating the final score. The weightage of class 10 score in the class 12 result is 50 percent. Marks scored in class 11 have a weightage of 30 percent while the 12 internals and practicals of class 12 have a 20 percent weightage.

TN class 12 results will be available on the official websites http://dge.tn.gov.in/ and https://tnresults.nic.in/.

Those TN class 12 students who want to receive their results on the SMS can send an SMS to 09282232585, or 09282232585. They should type TNBOARD12, their registration number and date of birth and send this SMS to the aforementioned numbers. Once the results are declared, they will receive the scores on their mobile phones.

In order to pass the examination, students need to score a minimum of 35 percent in all subjects and separately in practicals and theory examinations.

This year, even though several state boards have announced plans to pass all the students, there has been no such announcement by the Tamil Nadu board. It is expected that the pass percentage will increase significantly this year as the previous year scores have been included. In 2020, the pass percentage was 92.3 percent. As many as nine lakh students had appeared for the exam last year.



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