Directorate of Government Examinations, Telangana, has declared TS SSC results 2021. The result has been declared at the official website, bse.telangana.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in. To check the result candidates have to enter district, school, name, and date of birth. This year, 5.21 lakh candidates registered for TS SSC exams, which were cancelled due to the pandemic. The state has promoted all the students to the next class.
Until last year, students needed roll number or hall ticket number to check the result. However, this year, DGE has made the result checking process a bit easy by allowing candidates to check it via name. However, candidates must enter correct district, school, and date of birth with the name to access the TS SSC result portal.
Candidates can also check the result school wise. To do so, candidates have to visit bse.telangana.gov.in. There are two links are given for “SCHOOL WISE STUDENTS GRADES (Link 1) or SCHOOL WISE STUDENTS GRADES (Link 2)”. On accessing these links, new login appear on screen. candidates can access it by entering user name and password.
In case the candidates are not even able to check the result school wise, then they can use third party websites like manbadi.com. To check result from these websites, students need to enter mobile number, date of birth, student name, father name, city, and district. Students can also contact their respective school and request for the result. In this case, school authorities will assist students to know their grades. After sometime, the schools will also issue result memo for the students.
The result for TS SSC 2021 has been prepared based on marks secured in the Formative Assessment (FA-1). First, the Government Examination Department compiles a list of grades, as per FA-1 marks, and then the Department of Education approved it. Out of the 521398 students of SSC, almost 2 lakh have been allocated GPA of 10 out of 10.
To allocate the marks, in each subject, marks in the FA-1 exams have been increased from 20% to 100%. Last year as well, the marks of 4 exams were considered to allocate the final marks. However, this year, students could only appear for the FA-1 exam.
Students has been given minimum marks this year, required to pass the class 10th examination. Usually, students have to obtain a minimum of 35 percent marks in each subject to pass. The break up is such that, 80 marks are for theory and 20 marks are for formative assessment. Students need to secure at least 28 marks out of 80 in theory. However, this year, the board has scaled FA marks up to 100