TN SSLC Result 2020 Tamilnadu 10th Result 2020 : Directorate of Government Examination (DGE), Tamilnadu to be declared TN SSLC Result 2020 on 23rd May 2020 at its official websites i.e. www.dge.tn.gov.in & tnresults.nic.in. Students can check their TN SSLC Result 2020 (TN 10th Result 2020) by entering registration number and date of birth, once the TN Board results out officially.
9,64,491 students from 12,337 schools took the exam in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. 6,900 flying squads allotted to monitor the exam and 3609 exam centers provided with necessary facilities to conduct the exam without any issues.
Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education SSLC (10th Board Exams) results for the year 2020 will be available on 23rd May, 2020. Students eagerly waiting to check your results need to wait for the official website: tnresults.nic.in to publish the results. Over 9.6 lakh of students have written the 10th Tamil Nadu Board Exams this year, 2020. Students and their concerned ones can keep checking our website for authentic, up-to-date information regarding the publication of Tamilnadu SSLC 10th Results 2020. Our website will be updated with the 2020 results as soon as the official results are announced. So the students can check their marks here too.
TN 10th Result 2020 – Important Dates & Insights
- Name Of Exam: Tamil Nadu SSLC Board Exam 2020
- Conducted by : Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education
- TN 10th Exam Dates: 16th March – 20th April 2020
- TN SSLC Result 2020 Date- Official: 23rd May 2020
- Total Number Of Students: 9,64,491
- Total Number Of Exam Centers: 3609
- Total Number of Schools Participated: 12,337
- TN SSLC Result 2020 website: tnresults.nic.in
How to Check TN SSLC Results 2020
The TamilNadu Board of Secondary Education announces the TN SSLC result 2020 in two ways:
- Through the official websites
- Through SMS query
Recently, the Tamil Nadu State Board has successfully conducted the class 10 board exams from 16th March to 20th April and the TN SSLC result 2020 will be out in the third week of May. The results will be officially published in the official websites: tnresults.nic.in, dge1.tn.nic.in, dge.tn.gov.in, dge2.tn.nic.in. Candidates, who appeared in the Tamilnadu class 10 exam can follow the steps mentioned below to check their TN SSLC result 2020.
1. To check your TN SSLC results 2020 in the websites
- Visit the websites tnresults.nic.in, dge1.tn.nic.in, dge.tn.gov.in, dge2.tn.nic.in.
- Click on the link SLC April 2020 Results.
- Enter your 10th Exam Registration Number and your Date of Birth in the relevant boxes
- Click on Get marks button.
- You can view your results and can also take a printout of the results.
2. To get TN SSLC results 2020 via SMS
- The official website will display the Mobile numbers to which the SMS should be sent.
- You have to send the SMS in the prescribed format and you can get results in your phone itself.
Due to over 6 lakh students writing the examination, the traffic to the websites is bound to huge and delays in viewing the results would be inevitable. We request the students and the well-wishers to be patient and easily view the results here.
TN SSLC Result 2020 Expected Date
Last year, Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TNDGE) announced 10th result on 19th May. In 2020, Tamilnadu SSLC Result 2020 date officially confirmed i.e 23-05-2020 at 10 am. On the other hand, TN HSC Result 2020 for class 12 exam to be out on 16th May 2020.
|State||Exam Name||Exam dates||Result date|
|Tamilnadu||Tamilnadu SSLC Exam 2018||16 March – 20 April||23rd May 2018|
|Tamilnadu HSC Exam 2018||1 March – 6 April||16th May 2018|
Tamilnadu SSLC public examination conducted in 3609 exam centers from 16th March to 20th April across the state. Closely 10 lakh candidates appeared and waiting to check their TN SSLC Result 2020. It’s expected to that the TN SSLC result 2020 will be out on 23rd May 2020. Candidates can check their Tamilnadu 10th result 2020 by entering details of Registration number and Date of Birth on the official website tnresults.nic.in.
TN SSLC Result 2020 – Statistics
|TN SSLC Result 2018 - Last Year Stats|
|Overall Pass %||94.4%|
|Boys Pass %||92.5%|
|Girls Pass %||96.2%|
In 2017, around 9.8 lakh students had taken the TN 10th Board Exams of which 94.4% passed the exams. As in every time, the girls outshone the boys with 96.2% pass percentage against 92.5%. Every year, the number of pass percentage keeps increasing, along with the separate pass percentage in the boys and girls respectively.
We expect the trend to continue and expect an overall pass percentage of nearly 95%. The numbers of centum in the core subjects are also expected to go up. Students expecting their results should not get stressed and worried. Life is beyond marks. Not everyone who gets the highest marks wins in their life. Be determined to achieve your dreams. All that matters is your never-say-die attitude and hard work.
About TNBSE – Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Examinations
The Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Examinations is the Tamil Nadu State appointed board for conducting the State Level Board Examinations for the 10th and 12th standard. The TNBSE is one of the oldest established systems in India; it was formed in 1910.
The Tamil Nadu Government now prescribes following the Samacheer Kalvi or Tamil Nadu Uniform System of School Education from class 1 to class 12 for all its allied schools. The Class 10 and Class 12 exams are conducted based on the Samacheer Kalvi Syllabus only.
The different streams of schools in Tamil Nadu:
- 45,000 state board schools
- 11,000 matriculation schools
- 25 oriental schools and
- 50 Anglo-Indian schools
All these schools follow their own curricula from kindergarten to class 10, and the Tamil Nadu board had decided against conducting four different styles of exams, based on the school stream type. Instead, now, there is only one style of exam, based on the Samacheer Kalvi syllabus. Schools in Tamil Nadu can now affiliate themselves to the State Board, or the CBSE or the ICSE. Those affiliated to the Tamil Nadu State Board will follow the Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Examinations. They follow the centralized system of grading the papers for the board exams.