TN Board SSLC 10th Result 2020: The Tamil Nadu State Board declared the result of class 10 or SSLC board exams on Monday, August 10. According to the board, the result link activated at 9:30 am. Over 9 lakh candidates who appeared for the Tamil Nadu SSLC or class 10 exams can check their result at dge.tn.nic.in or tnresults.nic.in.
Tamil Nadu government has decided to pass all the candidates, thus this year’s pass percentage is at 100 per cent. The decision was taken becuase not all exams could be held and the evaluation was done based on the quarterly and half-yearly assessment. Temporary mark sheets will be issued at schools from August 17 to 21. Meanwhile, SMS will be sent to all students which will have their detailed marks. In case, a student is not happy with their marks, they can represent their grievance through school headmasters from August 17 to 25, as per the official data.
The SSLC exam which was scheduled to be held in March was postponed due to COVID-19 lockdown and was later cancelled following the Madras High Court order. Later, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami announced that the candidates appearing for the Class 10 exam will be promoted.
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As per the release issued by the government, candidates can check their results by registering their date of the birth, roll number. If they have any grievances over their marks, they can submit the required form at dge.tn.gov.in through their school headmaster between August 17 and 25. The students can receive the temporary provisional mark sheets as well in the same period.
Tamil Nadu SSLC 10th result 2020: When and where to check
The students can check the result through the websites- dge.tn.nic.in, tnresults.nic.in. Apart from it, the result will be available at the private websites- manabadi.co.in, manabadi.com, and examresults.net.
For the assessment of class 10, the state board has devised a new strategy to promote students. Now, the state would promote all the class 11 students and their marks will be calculated based on the internal assessment. The marks for the pending exam will be divided into two parameters. As much as, 80 per cent of marks will be evaluated based on students’ performance in quarterly and half-yearly examinations and 20 per cent will be based on attendance, as per the government.
Last year, as many as 95.2 per cent students passed the Tamil Nadu SSLC exam. The passing percentage of girls was recorded at 97 per cent, four percent high as compared to the boys. Among the districts, Sivagangai was the best performing district with pass percentage of 98.5 per cent.
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