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Manabadi Telangana TS SSC result 2021 declared, records 100% pass percentage

The students appeared in the exam can check the result through the websites- bse.telangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in. A total of 5.21 lakh students enrolled in the class 10 exam this year

India TV Education Desk India TV Education Desk
New Delhi Updated on: May 21, 2021 12:15 IST
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Check Telangana TS SSC result at  bse.telangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in 

 

Telangana TS SSC result 2021: The Directorate of Government Examinations, DGE Telangana declared the result of SSC, class 10 exam today.  A total of 5.21 lakh students who have enrolled for the class 10 exam have already been declared pass as the exam was cancelled earlier due to pandemic.

Announcing the result, Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy said that a total of 5.21 lakh (5,21,073) students have been declared pass, out of which 5.16 lakh (5,16,578) are regular students and the remaining are the failed candidates from the previous years. Students appeared in the exam can get their scorecard at the board's official websites- bse.telangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in from 3 pm. 

Telangana TS SSC result 2021: How to check 

Step 1: Visit the websites- bse.telangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in

Step 2: Click on SSC result link

Step 3: Enter the hall ticket id

Step 4: Result will appear on the screen 

Step 5:  Download, take a print out for further reference. 

The  School Education Department in an official notice earlier said that the government reviewed the Covid-19 pandemic situation in the state and it is "hereby decided to declare the results as pass for all the students of Class 10 as a one-time measure, duly considering their performance in internal assessments for 20 per cent (one formative assessment was conducted instead of two formative assessments due to Covid-19), the department decided to scaling of 20 per cent of internal assessment marks to 100 per cent marks.”

Students who are not satisfied with the result can appear in the exam later.

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