The Directorate of Government Examinations, Tamilnadu has declared the TN SSLC Result 2019 today i.e. on 29 April 2019 at 09;30 AM.
In order to get the result, the candidates are required to visit the official website. On the website, the candidates can see the link of the TN SSLC Result 2019. Now, the students are required to click on the link and then they can see a new page. On that page, the candidates need to submit the required details. So, there, they can submit their registration number and the date of birth. Remember, the details should be matched as present on the hall ticket.
TN SSLC provisional mark sheets can be collected from schools from May 2, 2019. The mark sheets will be available online from May 6, 2019. The students can download their mark sheets online by entering their date of birth and registration number
Along with the result, the TN board has also released an analysis of the results. To maintain the transparency among the board and the students, TN Board issues the analysis. It contains the number of candidates who appear for the exams, the number of the passed students and the overall pass percentage. The board provides the details of the past five years and also shows the stats through the graph. The analysis is available in the pdf format. The board has released Result Performance Analysis, Subject Wise Performance, Management Wise Performance, District Wise Performance, District Wise Performance on Government Schools, Total Mark Wise Performance, Group Wise Performance, District Wise Performance of Boys and Girls, Performance of Differentially Able Students, and School Wise Performance.
The students of class 10 took part in the exams from March 14, 2019. The first exam was for Language Paper- I. Around 15 days, the exams were finished. The last date of the exams was March 29, 2019. The last exam was for Social Science.
Last year, about 10.50 lakh students registered for the exams. However, among all of them, around 10,01,140 appeared for the examinations. The students who passed the exams were 9,50,397. So, as per the analysis, the overall pass percentage was 94% in the previous year.