Tamil Nadu SSLC results out, girls score over boys again

James Marshall
May 19, 2017

Tamil Nadu Class 10 2017 results will be declared today, the Tamil Nadu government has announced.

Last year, the overall pass percentage was 92.9 percent. Among districts, Virudhunagar had the highest pass percentage of 98.55 followed by Kanyakumari at 98.17%.

This year, students will not be ranked on state and district level as it is said to have promoted an unhealthy competition among schools and students.

Enter all the required details in the provided fields. The board conducted the TN SSLC examination from March 8 to March 31 at various test centres across the nation.

Due to the huge number of visitors on the website candidates may face technical issues in getting the results.

Students need to collect the original marksheets from their respective schools, until then the printouts would be helpful.

Last year, Tamil Nadu Secondary School Leaving Certificate (TN SSLC) result was also out and announced for the month of May on its ending time period.

"SSLC March 2017 Examination Results expected on 19th May 2017 at 10:00 Hrs" a message posted on TN board official website tnresults.nic.in says.

The board provides a great opportunity for the students who fail in the regular examination by giving them a second chance. According to the sources, Tamil Nadu SSLC 10th Class 2017 results declared now.

Announcement of results: 19th may 2017. The exam was conducted in March 2017. As per the board statistics, the maximum number of students wrote examination in the Tamil Medium.

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The pass percentage in Puducherry was 93.67%, which is 1.25% more than previous year.

Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education, established in 1910, is under the purview of the Department of Education, Government of Tamil Nadu, India. The segregated pass percentage of girls stood at 95.9 percent, way ahead of their counterparts i.e. the boys at 91.4 percent. While the pass percentage for girls was 94.5%, it was 89.3% for boys, as per 2017 results.

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