TN SSLC Result 2020:
The Directorate of Government Exam (DGE) Tamil Nadu is expected to declare the class 10th or SSLC results on August 10 at 9.30 am, according to media reports. However, HT does not have any confirmation regarding the same. Students who have appeared in the TN SSLC examination will be able to check their result online at tnresults.nic.in, dge.tn.gov.in, or dge.tn.nic.in, after it is declared.
Last week, the education minister of Tamil Nadu, KA Sangottiyan said in a tweet that all steps are being taken to provide the examination results of the 10th class students as soon as possible.
Earlier, on July 31, DGE Tamil Nadu had declared class 11th results. Over 7 lakh students had taken the exam out of which 96.04% have passed. Class 12th or HSLC result was declared on July 16. A total of 92.3% of students had passed the HSLC exam.
TN SSLC Results 2020: How to check scores
2. Click on the link that reads ‘download TN SSLC Result’
3. Key in your registration number, roll number
4. Your results will be displayed on the screen
5. Download and take its print out for further reference.
TN10th Result 2020: How marks would be awarded
Though Tamil Nadu government had earlier rescheduled the March examination to June, it had ultimately cancelled the examinations due to the spread of the pandemic. Instead of the papers, the DGE has decided to award the marks to the students based on their internal assessment of half yearly and quarterly examinations as well as on their attendance.
As per the Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, 80% of the marks for SSLC examination would be based on the marks scored by the students in their half yearly and quarterly examinations. As for the remaining 20%, the marks would be awarded based on the attendance of the child in the school.
TN SSLC Passing criteria
As a general rule, students are required to score a minimum of 35 marks out of 100 in each subject to pass the examination. For subjects like Science with practical examination, students must score 20 out of 75 marks in theory paper and 15 out of 25 marks in practical paper to be declared pass.
The government has not shared any relaxation in the promotion criteria and it is expected to remain the same. Though it had announced that all students who were to appear for the 10th public examinations would be promoted, there is still no clarity if the passing criteria has been tweaked or if necessary grace marks would be awarded.