DGE TN has announced the class 12th result of the Tamil Nadu board HSE public exams. The board has made the result accessible to students across the state via the official website tnresults.nic.in. The results were awaited by 8.5 lakh students who have registered themselves for the HSE +2 public examination.
The websites to check the result are tnresults.nic.in, dge1.tn.nic.in, dge2.tn.nic.in & dge.tn.gov.in. The board has formulated the result on the 50:30:20.
How to check TN 12th Result 2021 from tnresults.nic.in?
For checking the results, the candidates should start by visiting the official website. Upon reaching the page, the candidates have to click on the HSE +2 result link. Then log in by entering the details like candidate’s date of birth and registration number. Thereafter, click on the ‘Get Marks’ Button.
Post this, students can check out their results along with the marks scored in each subject of the class 12th public exam. One should also verify results and check each detail. In the event of ‘ dissatisfaction, they can choose to appear for the supplementary examination which will be conducted eventually.
How To Check TN 12th Result 2021 If Website Crashes?
Amid the heavy rush of the candidates to the official websites, there can be instances of the website crashing. In that event, the candidates need to download the Tamil Nadu app from the play store.
Upon completion of the installation, the candidates have to enter their date of birth along with the registration number and then hit the submit button. The result of the class 12th exam will be displayed on the mobile app that should be cross-checked by the candidate.
The candidates can also choose a faster method to check their HSC results i.e. via SMS. For this, the candidates have to simply write an SMS with details like Candidate’s TNBOARD12REGNO and Candidate’s Date of Birth. Thereafter, sending it to any of the two official numbers released by Tamil Nadu board i.e. 09282232585 or +919282232585.
This year the examination has been cancelled by the board and the result will be formulated as per the criteria, 50:30:20. As per this, the board will give 50% weightage to the highest average marks scored in any of the three subjects of the 10th Standard. Additionally, 30% weightage of the remaining marks will be given to the marks scored in the Class 11th exam. Finally, the last 20% of the weightage of the total marks will be allotted to the marks scored by the candidates in the Class 12th Practicals and Internal exams.