Tamil Nadu Board Class 12 Results 2019: Results for Tamil Nadu Board Class 12 exam, or Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), Higher Secondary Examinations (HSE), conducted by the Directorate of Government Examinations, will be declared today, April 19 at 09:30 am. Students have to score a minimum aggregate score of 70 out of 200 to pass the Higher Secondary Examination. A score of 40 out of 150 marks in theory and 30 out of 50 marks in practical exams will be required to pass the Class 12 exam. The Tamil Nadu Board has not revised the passing marks for Tamil Nadu HSC plus 2 exams.
Candidates, who have appeared for the Tamil Nadu Board Class 12 exams, can check their scores on the official website tnresults.nic.in and also on examresults.net. The Tamil Nadu Board Class 12 exams were held from March 1 to 19. Around eight lakh students appeared in the HSC plus 2 exams. The Tamil Nadu Board will conduct an instant exam for candidates who have failed to score the passing marks. The test will be held between June 3 and 10.
How to check Tamil Nadu HSC Class 12 results 2019:
2) Click on the link that says TN HSC Class 12 results
3) Fill in the details in the new window that opens
4) Results will appear on the screen
5) Download the results and keep a printout for reference
The Directorate of Government Exams (DGE), Tamil Nadu have asked students to download newly formed official apps of Tamil Nadu Board in order to download the TN HSC +2 results 2019. Candidates who appeared for the examination which was conducted between March 1 and March 19, can download the TN HSE Results app on both app store and play store for Apple and Android users.
This year, around 9 lakh students from +2 appeared for the Tamil Nadu HSC HSE+2 examination out of which over 5 lakh were girls and 4 lakh were boys. This year, over 50,000 students registered for HSE exams from 156 exam centres in Chennai. Last year, 9,82,097 students had appeared for the Tamil Nadu HSC Class 12 exams. In 2018, the pass percentage for the Tamil Nadu Board Class 12 exams was 91.1 per cent, with 87.7 per cent boys and 94.1 per cent girls have cleared the examination.