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TS 10th Class Result 2017 has been declared today i.e 03 May at 4 pm. Telangana Board of Secondary Education (BSE) for Senior Secondary Certificate has released the TS 10th Class 2017 Result. Telangana SSC Examination 2017 was held from 14 March 2017 to 30 March 2017. The Telangana SSC Result 2017 can be accessed now by candidates on the official website at bse.telangana.gov.in To download the Telangana SSC Class 10 Exams 2017: Results, the candidates need to enter their Roll Number.

BSE operates as an independent department under Ministry of Secondary Education, Government of Telangana. The Department conducts some of the major examinations like SSC/OSSC and also some minor examinations such as 1st Year D. Ed Public Examinations, Head Masters Accounts Test, National Talent Search Examinations etc.

Status: Telangana SSC Result 2017 has

been declared!!

Around 5,38,226 students have appeared for the objective Telangana SSC Examination 2017 out of which 28,395 students gave their supplementary exams. As compared to last year, this year the percentage of students who have appeared for the exam has overwhelmingly risen by 8%. According to an estimate by THE HINDU, 85.63 percent students registered this year as compared to last year when only around 77.56 students had registered. Let us look at the statistics a bit more clearly, but first let us see how to download the result

4 steps to check the Telangana SSC Result

  • Go to the official website or the link above and select the link, ‘Telangana SSC Class 10 Results’
  • Enter your hall ticket number
  • Click Submit.

TELANGANA SSC CLASS 10 RESULT

After submitting entries,  the results will be displayed on the computer screen. You are advised to take a printout of the resul page for future use

TS Class 10 Marks Statistics

Pass percentage secured by different sections last year was as follows:-

  • Backward class Welfare residential schools-96.84 %
  • Governmental schools- 77.80 %
  • Model schools- 93.25 %
  • TSREIS- 92.76 %
  • Social welfare-89.75 %
  • Tribal welfare- 83.98 5

 

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