TN Board Plus One 11th Result 2020: The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) Tamil Nadu declared the plus one results on Friday. Once declared, students can check the results through the websites- dge.tn.gov.in, tnresults.nic.in. Of the over 9 lakh students who registered for the exam, 96.04 per cent students have cleared it. This is a jump from last year when the overall pass percentage of the plus one exam touched 95 per cent.
The pass percentage of girls stood at 97.49 per cent – higher than that of boys at 94.38 boys. From Matric school – 99.51 per cent students cleared the exam. As many as 92.71 per cent of students from government schools TN Plus one or class 11 exam while the 96.95 per cent students from aided schools.
All registered candidates will get their results via SMS, the minister confirmed. However, in case any student who doesn’t receive their scorecard can do it by visiting these websites –
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TN Board Plus One 11th Result 2020: How to check marks online
Candidates are required to log in to the websites mentioned above and click on the ‘download’ result link. Enter the registration number/ roll number, after which the result will appear on the screen. It is advisable to download the scorecard and take a print out of the same for future reference.
In order to clear the exam, candidates need to secure at least 35 marks out of 100 in all subjects. For those subjects having 70 marks in theory, candidates need to secure 15 in theory and a total of 35 marks. There is no minimum marks requirement in the practical or internal section.
As per reports, around 9 lakh candidates had registered for the state plus-one exams that were held in March. However, due to Covid-19 induced nationwide lockdown the exams were postponed midway. With the state jostling hard against the spread of novel coronavirus the exams were later cancelled.
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