TN 10th Result 2016: TNBSE SSLC results declared @tnresults.nic.in; 2 students get 499 marks, 50 score 498
TN 10th Result 2016: Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education (TNBSE) has declared the result today and students can check their marks by logging onto the official TNBSE website www.tnresults.nic.in. The TN 10th Result 2016 was declared at 9.30 AM today. Good luck to all students! And they should remeber that while good results are crucial for academic progress, they are not the most important aspect of life. So, take everything in stride and move forward with confidence.
TN 10th Result 2016: Students have been waiting for over a month to learn how good their performance was and today they can do so. Over 6 lakh students had appeared for the examination. According to Tamil Nadu Board, as per the Tamil Nadu 10th result 2016, the pass percentage logged by the students in the state is 93.6.
TN 10th Result 2016: Also, 2 students have shared the first rank by scoring 499 while as many as 50 students scored 498. Also, some 150 students managed 497. Around 6,57,846 students appeared for the SSLC examination. In 2015, the overall pass percentage was 91.8 per cent.
TN 10th Result 2016: Tamil Nadu Board had held the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (class 10th) tests between March 15, 2016 and April 13, 2016. With so many candidates in a rush to find out their Tamil Nadu 10th result 2016, the official websites can slow down or even stop responding. In such a case, students are advised to wait for some time and then try again rather than keep trying to log on after every second minute. This creates uneccessary load on the servers and the problem persists for long.
Here’s how to check your Tamil Nadu 10th result 2016: STEP 1. Keep your roll number ready before you attempt to check your Tamil Nadu 10th result 2016; STEP 2. Visit official websites tnresults.nic.in; STEP 3. Insert the details as requested carefully and accuartely; STEP 4. Submit and your Tamil Nadu 10th result 2016 will be displayed; STEP 5. Download your result on your computer; STEP 6. Take a printout. But a printout will not serve any official purpose. For that you will need to get your original certificate. However, the printout can come in handy during emergencies.
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