The Directorate of Government Exams (DGE), Tamil Nadu declared the TN HSE(+2) March 2020 Exam Results today on its official website. The students who appeared for the TN HSE /12th examinations are advised to visit the official website of the Board to check and download their result online.

The TN 12th Results 2020 LIVE Updates is provided below for the reference of the students:

TN 12th Results 2020 LIVE Updates

9.18 am: Tiruppur recorded 97.12% pass percentage and topped among districts followed by Erode with 96.99% and Coimbatore with 96.39%.

9.15 am: Subject wise pass percentage:

Physics – 95.94%

Chemistry – 95.82%

Biology – 96.14%

Maths – 96.31%

Botany – 93.95%

Zoology – 92.97%

Computer Science – 99.51%

Commerce – 95.65%

Accountancy – 94.80%

9.13 am: This year, a total of 7,99,717 students appeared for the Tamil Nadu class 12 exams 2020.

9.12 am: Girls have scored 5.39% more pass percentage compared to boys. A total of 94.8% girls cleared the class 12 exam while the pass percentage of boys is 89.41%.

9.10 am: Tamil Nadu state board Class 12 pass percentage this year recorded at 92.3%. Last year, TN 12th pass percentage was 91.3%.

9.07 am: The Tamil Nadu class 12 result declared. Result will be available soon on the official website of the Board.

9.05 am: The state govt wanted to conduct the Tamil Nadu Class 12 re-exam from July 27. The examination for pending subjects could not be conducted due to Covid-19 situation in the state. Earlier, the Tamil Nadu govt had announced that it would conduct re-exam for 34,864 absentees in the final Class 12 exam. But it was found only 671 were absent for just one exam and the rest of them were absent for all exams.

8.55 am: Tamil Nadu government also cancelled Class 10 board exams scheduled to commence on June 15. Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami announced that all students would be promoted due to the Covid-19 pandemic. More than nine lakh students were scheduled to appear for exams at 12,690 centres. For Class 10 students, the marks would be based on their quarterly and half yearly exam performance. Students would get 80% weightage for half yearly and quarterly exam marks and 20% weightage for attendance. The state government has also cancelled the pending Class 11th exams.

8.47 am: Earlier, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami has announced that all students from first to ninth standard in the state will be promoted considering the closure of schools to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. The decision was taken considering the welfare of students, who could not sit for their annual examinations due to closure of schools due to Covid-19 pandemic followed by the nation-wide lockdown.

8.40 am: The students need to follow a simple process to check and download their TN 12th result 2020 via the official website. First, open the official website of the DGE Tamil Nadu (links provided below), then click on the result link available on the homepage of the website. Once you click on the result link, it will redirect you to the results page. Next, enter your roll number and click on Submit link to access your TN +2 result 2020. Once the result is displayed on the screen, download it and also take a printout of your result for further reference.

8.35 am: The students who appeared for the Tamil Nadu HSE or class 12 examinations this year can check their results through the following websites:




8.30 am: This year, around nine lakh students had appeared for the TN HSE / 12th exams 2020.

8.20 am: The Board had conducted the TN +2 exams in March 2020, however, exams for a few subjects could not be completed due to lockdown announced by central govt in view of Covid-19 pandemic.

8.15 am: The candidates need to secure 35 out of 100 marks in each subject to pass the exam.

8.10 am: In TN HSC result 2019, the pass percentage of at 91.3 per cent.

8.05 am: TN 10th exams cancelled, students promoted

8.00 am: The Tamil Nadu govt had earlier cancelled TN 10th pending exams and decided to promote all the 9.7 lakh students based on their quarterly and half-yearly exam performances and attendance.


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