1. Hall tickets for Tamil Nadu SSLC September/ October 2017 exam to be released soon

Hall tickets for Tamil Nadu SSLC September/ October 2017 exam to be released soon

Hall tickets for Tamil Nadu Secondary School Leaving Certificate exam, which is scheduled to be held in September/October, will be released soon.

By: | New Delhi | Published: September 14, 2017 8:25 PM
Tamil Nadu SSLC September/ October 2017 exam, hall tickets, education, candidates Candidates are required to use their application number and date of birth, to download their hall tickets.

Hall tickets for Tamil Nadu Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exam, which is scheduled to be held in September/October, will be released soon. The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) has uploaded a notification in this regard on their website  dge.tn.gov.in. Candidates appearing for the exam can download their hall tickets from here, NDTV said. Candidates are required to use their application number and date of birth, to download their hall tickets. the Directorate has also suggested them to keep the information in hand to avoid last minute rush, the report added. The exam will begin from September 25, after the science practical exam is completed. The science practicals will be held between September 18-20.

As per NDTV, candidates will also be given ten minutes to read question papers. Five minutes will also be reserved for verification of candidates. The SSLC exam will be held between 9:30 AM-12 Noon. The exam will start with Tamil (Paper 1). Exams for mathematics and science will be held on October 3 and 4 respectively. The Tamil Nadu SSLC September/ October 2017 exam will finish on  October 6 with Optional Language paper, NDTV added.

Earlier, the state’s DGE had declared results for the SSLC class 10 supplementary exams in July, Indian Express said.  About 9.33 lakh students appeared for class 10 board exams in Tamil Nadu which were conducted in March. 94.4 per cent students had passed the exam. Girls with passing percentage of 94.5 percent did better than boys whose passing percentage was  89.3 percent, the paper added. Those students who could not clear the main exam appeared for the supplementary or re-appear exams in June, Indian Express said.

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