Chennai: In an impressive performance, as many as 6754 schools of Tamil Nadu have scored 100% results in TN 12th board exam 2018 result of which was declared today morning.
The overall pass percentage is 91.10% with 87.70% boys and 94.10% girls have passed. A total of 8,93,262 students took the exam in March in 2017 and 8,22,838 passed the 2018 TNBSE Plus 2 exam.
Registering 97% results, Virudhnagar tops among districts. District Erode stood at the second position with 96.3%. Tiruppur came 3rd among district with 96.1% result.
Tamil Nadu State Board of Secondary Education (TNBSE) has declared online the Class 12 i.e. HSC +2 exam (Plus Two) results 2018 on its official website today on Wednesday May 16, 2018.
The TNBSE XII board Plus Two exam results 2018 can be checked on the official website tnresults.nic.in of Tamil Nadu state board of secondary education and also at dge.tn.gov.in and dge1.tn.nic.in.
How to check TN Board Class 12 Results
Follow the simple steps provided below to easily access your Tamil Nadu board Plus two Class 12th board result 2018.
- Visit the official website tnresults.nic.in.
- Enter Registration Number and date of birth.
- Click on Get Marks button
- Download and then take a printout of the same.
Candidates can also check their results at dge.tn.gov.in, dge1.tn.nic.in, tnresults.nic.in and dge1.tn.nic.in.
The Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Examination 2017 were conducted from March 03 to April 06, 2018 at 143 exam centres across the state. As per the board statistics, the maximum number of students wrote examination in the Tamil Medium.
The TNBSE Class 12 Plus Two results in 2017 were declared on May 12 whereas the 2016 result was announced on May 17.
The overall pass percentage in 2017 was 92.1%. While the pass percentage for girls was 94.5%, it was 89.3% for boys. A total of 8.93 lakh students appeared for the TN Board HSC 2017 examinations. A total of 8,33,682 students had appeared for the 2016 exam and the pass percentage was 91.4%.
The Government of Tamil Nadu have constituted a new Board for School Examination viz "Tamil Nadu State Board of School Examination" by merging the existing two separate boards (1) Board of Secondary Education and (2) Board of Higher Secondary Examinations.
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