TN +2 result 2019: The Directorate of Government Exams (DGE), Tamil Nadu has released the result of Higher Secondary Examination (HSE) which is equivalent to class 12 on April 19, 2019. In an official notice, the Tamil Nadu Board has also said that +2 result will be available at 9:30 am on Friday. All those students who had appeared for the exam can check their results on the official websites — tnresults.nic.in, dge.tn.nic.in and dge.tn.gov.in. In case students are unable to view their marks on these websites, they can view at examresults.nic.in.
This year’s pass percentage is 91.3 per cent. The girls have outshone boys again scoring 93.64 per cent while boys are at 88.57 per cent. Among districts, Thirupur is at 95.37 per cent, Erode at 95.23 per cent and Perambalur is at 95.15 per cent.
A total of 8,69,423 candidates had registered for the exam out of which 8,42,512 appeared. A total of 26,911 students missed the exam this year. In 2018, a total of 8,60,434 students appeared against 9,07,620 who had registered.
Subject-wise, the pass percentage is:
Maths – 96.25%
Computer Science – 95.27%
Tamil – 94.12%
English – 93.83%
Biology – 93.89%
Chemistry – 94.88%
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TN HSE result 2019: How to check
Step 1: Visit the official websites mentioned above
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link
Step 3: You will be directed to a new page
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Step 4: Log-in using the registration number
Step 5: Result will appear on the screen
Step 6: Download it, and take a print out for further reference.
Last year, the overall pass percentage for plus two or HSE exam of Tamil Nadu board was 91.1 per cent. Girls outperformed boys by registering 94.1 per cent while boys have scored 87.7 per cent. Every year, over 8 lakh candidates appear for the exam. About 4.60 lakh girls will be taking the exams as against 4.01 lakh boys.
Tamil Nadu Board has decided not to release the names of the toppers and rank holders on the lines of CBSE to avoid unhealthy competition among students. This decision was taken in 2018.
To pass the exams, students need to score a minimum of 30 marks out of 150 in theory examination and 40 marks out of 50 in practical exams.
A total of 4.43 lakh students appeared for the first year examinations, of them, 3.86 lakh are regular students. Among these were 2,00,073 girls and 1,85,978 boys. Of the 57,195 open school students, as many as 36,216 are boys. Among districts, the maximum number of regular candidates is from Malappuram – 58,465.
As many as 490 students to appear for the examinations from the Gulf centres, 1,014 from Lakshadweep, and 709 from Mahe.