The Directorate of Government Examinations Tamil Nadu (DGE TN) has announced that the result of the 10+2 exams will be announced tomorrow, i.e July 19, 2021, at 11 AM. The plus two students who were enrolled for class XII exams can check their results on tnresults.nic.in.
The class 12th result link will be activated at the official websites. Students can visit any of the official websites in order to track the result announcement by Tamil Nadu Board. The official websites include tnresults.nic.in, dge1.tn.nic.in, dge2.tn.nic.in & dge.tn.gov.in. The candidates can choose to visit any of the links to check their TN 10+2 Results.
How To Check TN 12th Result 2021 at tnresults.nic.in
In order to check results, one has to visit any of the official websites. Post this, the candidates are required to log in by entering the details like date of birth and registration number and click on the ‘Get Marks’ Button. The candidates can access the result and check the scorecard on the next page. They are required to verify the result and in the case of any error or discrepancy, they should immediately report the matter to the concerned authorities.
How To Check Result If Website Crashes?
In the event of websites crashing citing heavy traffic, the candidates can also choose to check the result from the official mobile app of the Tamil Nadu Board. In the first step, they need to download the HSC (+2) result app from the play store. Once the app is installed, the candidates need to enter their date of birth along with the registration number and then click on submit button. On submitting the details, the candidates can easily cross-check their Class 12th result on their mobile phone
The Tamil Nadu board canceled the 10+2 examination and post this they drafted evaluation criteria. According to this, the result will be compiled on a formula of 50:30:20. The board will give 50% weightage to the highest average marks scored in three subjects in the 10th Standard. While 30% weightage will be given to the marks of the Class 11th exam and the remaining 20% weightage is allotted to the marks scored by the candidates in the practicals and Internal exams of class 12th.
Last year, a total of 7,79,931 students appeared for the class 12th examination. Of them, 7,20,209 passed the examination and the final pass percentage was 92.34%.