Leaving behind boys, girls came out with flying colours in the 2017 Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Examinations in Tamil Nadu, the results for which were announced on Friday.
Tamil Nadu HSC Result 2017: Leaving behind boys, girls came out with flying colours in the 2017 Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Examinations in Tamil Nadu, the results for which were announced on Friday. Bringing relief to the students anxiously waiting, the board released the results. According to the data, girls have beaten boys with recording a 94.5 pass percentage while the latter stood at 89.3 per cent, reported news agency PTI. The exam was conducted in March this year wherein a total of 8,93,262 students had appeared. After waiting for over a month, the result finally declared on the days with overall pass percentage stood at 92.1 percent. A total of 8301 students scored centum in Commerce while 3656 students achieved the feat in Mathematics.
Incidentally, from this year onwards the state government had decided to do away with the ranking system to spare students ‘stress’, a pratice already put in place by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). In complaince with it, today the names of the top three rank-holders at the state level as well as in the districts were not revealed. Also, one transgender student has cleared the exam too, this year.
The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) conducted the Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination (SSLC)/ class 10th board exams from March 8 and continued till March 30th. According to examresults.net, Tamil Nadu SSLC results will be declared on May 19, 2017.
For those who have still not checked the Tamil Nadu HSC Result 2017, here are the steps to follow:
STEP 1: Visit the official website of the board at dge.tn.gov.in
STEP 2: Once on the home page, click on the link that says ‘Tamil Nadu HSC results’
STEP 3: Now, enter your details such as name and application number
STEP 4: Your results will be flashed on the screen
STEP 5: Take print out of the result for future reference, but remember this is not for official purposes. For that you will require the original certificate
For more details on Karnataka results, click here.