2017 TN SSLC supplementary result is yet to be released but it is expected that 5 pm today, the result will be released as per the reports. The students have been eagerly waiting for the announcement of SSLC supplementary exam result and it seems their wait will soon come to an end.
After release students can download their result from the official website, Students by logging into the official website of TN SSLC, entering their roll number and other required information can download their respective supplementary result 2017.
Every year thousands of students appear for the said exam Close to 9.82 lakh students, comprising of around 4.91 lakh Girls and 4.9 lakh Boys had appeared in SSLC exams this year. This year the overall pass percentage was recorded at 94.4%, as against 93.6% of the previous year.
SSLC supplementary exams started in the last week of June, Shortly after the declaration of SSLC results in May, TN DGE announced that Supplementary exams will be organized in the month of June for the students who could not pass the annual exams.The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Tamil Nadu had conducted the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination in the month of March, the results of which were announced on May 19.The overall passing percentage has been increased as the Board registered drop in marks of all the subjects, except Social Sciences. A record 61,115 students scored full marks in Social Sciences paper, while the Centum in other subjects including Mathematics, Science, Tamil and English dropped. Only 13,759 students scored cent percent marks in Mathematics, as compared to 18,754 students last year. Similarly, only 17,481 students could score full marks in Science, followed by only 69 in Tamil. No student could score full marks in English this year.
The students who were given another chance to sit for Supplementary exams are currently waiting for the announcement of results. The supplementary results are important for the students from the point that they could secure admission in Class XI.
For more information students can visit the official website.