The Tamil Nadu State Board of School Examination: Directorate of Government Examinations was formed in February 1975. Some reports have also hinted that Tamil Nadu Education Minister KA Sengottaiyan will officially release the 12th Result 2018 Tamil Nadu. As per latest information, the Tamil Nadu board has declared the results, recording an overall pass percentage of 91.1%.
With an overall drop in pass percentage, 94.1% girl students have passed their twelfth board exams this year which is 0.4% less than last year's pass percentage of 94.5%. In last year's TN HSC exam, 8.22 lakh of the 8.93 lakh cleared the exam, which was a 92.1%. Girls outperformed boys once again. So the board will decide to announce result on 16th May 2018 at 9:30 AM today.
Last year, the results were declared on 12 May 2017; however, re-examinations were conducted in June/ July 2017 for the students who could not pass the exam.
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Take the print out of the Tamil Nadu 12th Results 2017 copy for future reference.
Tamil Nadu Plus two Result 2018 will be announced by Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Tamil Nadu on Wednesday. Apart from the official website; other third-party websites such as examresults.net, indiaresults.com will also host the TN HSC +2 exam results 2018.
The Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education was established in 1910, and later after Independence was carved out as and separate Directorate of Government Examinations under the Department of Education, Government of Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu DGE has conducted the 12 Class academic examinations for all streams (Science, Arts, Maths) in the month of March/April months. The Tamil Nadu government will not be declaring its list of toppers and their marks or ranks so that students aren't depressed. The marks scored are considered as valid merit for admissions to various universities and schools across the state.