Marks have been calculated by considering 30% weightage of top three subjects in Class 10 and the remainder 70% has been based on the marks secured in each subject in intermediate first year.
70% weightage to be given to avg score of each subject in first year
The examinations were not held this year due to the raging COVID-19 pandemic and marks were awarded based on a student's previous academic performance.
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The CBSE, however, did not clarify whether extending the deadline for schools will cause a delay in the declaration of results which are due to be declared latest by July 31.
“After I completed Class 11, the State went under a full lockdown and we were suddenly asked to attend classes over smartphones.
A whopping 30,599 students have scored above 551 out of 600
A Class 12 student, V Sridevi, who scored 547 marks out of 600 marks, said, “I would have scored at least 30 marks more than what I have scored now had I written the board exam.
Releasing the results here, School Education Minister Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi said one hundred per cent pass percentage has been registered.
According to the State government, exam results from Classes X, XI, and XII would be factored in for evaluation.
He was speaking on the sidelines of the Founder’s Day event at Ethiraj College for Women.
The board had cancelled the Class 12 exams this year due to the coronavirus situation and the students would be allotted marks on the basis of their internal assessment.
Students have been asked to select the district first and thereafter the college in which they study. Using this registration number, the students can access the second PUC results, said the circular.
School students can enter their registration number and date of birth to find out the results on any of four websites
No examination was held for the Secondary School Certificate examination this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the marks were calculated based on the internal assessment.