Check Tamil Nadu Board (TNBSE)   SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) Class 10 / X Results Tommorow, 25 May “SSLC Examination Results expected on 25th May 2016 at 09.31 Hrs” as mentioned on official website. The Directorate of Government Examinations announced the results of Class 12 State board examinations today. You can check your Tamil Nadu Board Plus 2 12th Results  at Around 657,846 students had appeared for the SSLC Examination.

Recent updates Tamil Nadu Board SSLC Class 10 / X Results

overall pass percentage is 93.6 per cent, In 2015, the overall pass percentage was 91.8 per cent.

two students are combined at the first rank by scoring 499

2nd Rank -50 students scored 498

3rd Rank- 150 students scored 497.

Links to visit for Checking Tamil Nadu Board (TNBSE)  SSLC Class 10  Results

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Steps to check Tamil Nadu Board (TNBSE) Class 10  SSLC Results 

Students first should visit the above mentioned website Link

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This was the Format of Form for HSC, for SSLC might be same!!

Fill in Registration No

 then Date of Birth(dd/mm/yyyy)

After entering required Details Click on Get Marks

Apart from this, the results can be checked in schools. At the district Level, students can approach the National Informatics Centres (NIC) functioning at the district headquarters for checking the results.

The results of the SSLC examinations will be announced on May 25.

Know More about Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education (TNBSE)

Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education, established in 1910, is under the purview of the Department of Education,Government of Tamil Nadu, India. Up to and ending at the secondary (class 10) level, the following streams of education are offered: the SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) stream, the Anglo-Indian stream, the Oriental School Leaving Certificate (OSLC) stream and the Matriculation stream. And for higher secondary (classes 11 and 12) there is single unified stream leading to the award of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC).