Overall, the board has reported a dip in the pass percentage compared to last academic year results, when the state registered its best pass percentage.
Nearly 866,000 class 12th students have appeared for the exam. While the passing percentage for girls is 94.1, for boys it is 87.7. Among the candidates, about 4.63 lakh are girls and 4.03 lakh are boys. In June, a re-examination was conducted for the students who could not clear the exam.
This year, of the 6754 schools that took part in the exams, 1907 schools reported 100% pass percentage.
The Tamil Nadu Board is all set to publish the plus two or HSC results of all streams today on May 16.
School Education Minister K A Senottaiyan announced the Tamil Nadu class 12 results, released by the Directorate of Government Examinations Tamil Nadu. Students can check all the information regarding results from the article. Candidates who had written the examination in the month of March 2018 checked their results. The board officials released a statement earlier which claimed that the 'question papers will be issued to candidates at 10.00 a.m. The evaluation of the answer sheets started from April 6.
The Directorate of Government Examinations declared the Tamil Nadu Board class 12th results today at a press conference.
Last year, the results for the HSC +2 were announced on May 12, 2017. In that case, you can visit our website and check the result.
Directorate of Government Examinations Tamil Nadu is the educational department that monitors the secondary and higher secondary education in the state of Tamil Nadu. The Board conducted HSC exams from 1 March to April 6, 2018. The scores are considered as a valid merit for admissions in universities and schools across the state.
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