Tamil Nadu class 12 results announced – Overall Pass Percentage 91.1 : With a general pass level of 91.1 percent this year, the class 12 brings about the State saw a slight drop when contrasted with 2017 where a general pass level of 92.1 percent was recorded.
In front of the declaration of results for understudies at 9.30 a.m. on Wednesday, Minister for School Education K.A. Sengottaiyan declared the general execution of the State at a question and answer session. “Young ladies have secured a pass level of 94.1 percent and young men have recorded 87.7 percent,” he said.
He additionally reported that of the 6,754 schools that had competitors take up the exam, upwards of 1,907 schools had secured a 100 percent pass rate.
This is the first run through over the most recent five years that the pass rate has seen a plunge. In 2017, the general pass rate, at 92.10 was the most astounding recorded over the most recent five years at that point.
More than 9.07 lakh school understudies and private competitors had taken up the class 12 board exams which had started on March 1. The school instruction division, in an initial, had reported the date of the exams and in addition the outcomes toward the beginning of the scholarly year, in a move to keep understudies peaceful.
As was done a year ago, the training division has not reported the names of understudies who are toppers or have secured State positions. Schools have just been suggested through a roundabout that they ought to abstain from publicizing understudies as toppers and Mr. Sengottaiyan too said that schools will be reached if observed to do as such. This move was taken so as to guarantee that understudies did not feel pressurized.
Virudhunagar region indeed developed as the best with respect to the execution of the understudies and recorded a pass level of 97 percent. Disintegrate and Tiruppur was second on the rundown.