TN SSLC Result 2024: Tamil Nadu SSLC Board Exam result released, how to check result, read here


Posted on 10th May 2024 11:28 am by rohit kumar

Tamil Nadu Board has declared the results of the SSLC exam. Students who participated in the examination this year can check their results by visiting the official website (dge.tn.gov.in). Let us tell you that this year Tamil Nadu Board organized the SSLC examination from 26 March to 8 April. Last year the results were declared on May 19.


 

Students need to use their login credentials like roll number and application number to download TN SSLC Result 2024. Tamil Nadu Class 10 Result 2024 will contain details like student name, roll number, application number, date of birth, parents' name, school name, qualifying status, subject, marks obtained, passing marks, and maximum marks and grade.


 

 

 

Let us tell you that to pass in 10th, a student will have to get 33 percent marks in every subject. Whereas students who fail in one or two subjects will be given a chance to appear in the compartment examination. After the declaration of the result, the Tamil Nadu Board will release the schedule of the compartment exam.


 

TN SSLC Result 2024: Pass Percentage

 

This year, 9,26,673 students registered for this examination, out of which 9,08,080 students appeared for the examination, while 18,593 students did not participate in the examination.


 

8.18.743 students have successfully passed the examination and the pass percentage has been recorded at 91.55%. There are 4,22,591 girls and their passing percentage is 94.53% whereas 3,96,152 boys have passed the exam and the passing percentage is 88.58%.


 

 

TN SSLC Result 2024: How to check the result

 

First of all the candidates will visit the official website of the board dge.tn.gov.in.

After that click on SSLC Result 2024 link.

Enter your login credentials like roll number and application number.

The result will be displayed on the student's screen.

After checking the result they can download and take a printout for future reference.

 

Also Read: CBSE Board Result: CBSE Board 10th-12th results after May 20; Update on result portal

1 Like 0 Dislike
Previous news Next news
Other news

NEET-UG Row 2024: The Supreme Court will hear the NEET exam case on July 8, several petitions are being filed; the matter is heating up

The Supreme Court will hear the petitions related to the controversial National Eligibility cum E

Microsoft Server Down: How did the world come to a standstill due to the outage? When will the services be restored? Understand everything in 10 points.

Due to the problem with the Microsoft server, the work of many big companies around the world was

Remal Cyclone: ​​More than 1.88 lakh people affected by floods in Manipur; One dead in Assam, death toll reaches six

Flood situation persists in Manipur and Assam due to continuous rains after cyclone Remal. In Man

Natasa Stankovic put a break on divorce rumors, shared a special photo, and said she is still a 'Pandya'!

For quite some time now, Natasa Stankovic and Hardik Pandya have been in the headlines for the ne

IPL 2024: 'Rohit will leave MI', Wasim Akram made a big prediction, told for which team the hitman will open

IPL 2024 is now slowly moving towards its peak. Mumbai Indians have become the first team to

Supreme Court refuses to hear NEET dispute, gives this reason for not issuing notice to investigating agencies

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to give an urgent hearing to a petition seeking a CBI and ED

Gautam Gambhir told the bitter truth of his career, said- 'If I don't touch the feet of the selector, I will be out of the team...'

Every cricketer has his bad times, which all players accept. But what can we say about

Hathras Tragedy: Organizers hid evidence, and conspired to hide the number of casualties; many big revelations in the FIR

A major accident took place in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday. A stampede broke out during Bho

GT vs KKR: Enjoy the Gujarat vs KKR match without spending a single rupee; Know the complete details

Gujarat Titans (GT) will face Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the 63rd match of IPL 2024. An

UGC NET-NEET Row: Central government will hold a high-level meeting regarding NEET irregularities, many issues including NTA will be discussed

The controversy over irregularities in NEET and NET exams is not stopping. Today, a 7-member comm

Sign up to write
Sign up now if you have flare of writing..
Login   |   Register
Follow Us
Indyaspeak @ Facebook Indyaspeak @ Twitter Indyaspeak @ Pinterest RSS



Play Free Quiz and Win Cash