Twitter was swamped with memes and comments after the Tamil Nadu government announced the results for Class 10 and XII exams
Students should go to the TN Results official website to check and get their TN +2 result 2021.
For the students' convenience, direct URLs to check results have been provided in this article
Tamil Nadu: Mahesh Anbil Poyyamozhi, the state's school education minister, delivered the Class 12 results for the state's 8 lakh students on Monday.
The TN +2 result 2021 is now accessible on the TN Result's official website. Students can check and obtain their results by visiting TNGDE's official website. The result will also be sent to students through SMS on their registered mobile number by the TN education board.
While releasing the results on Monday, Tamil Nadu school education minister Mahesh Anbil Poyyamozhi announced that the Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TNDGE) will release a provisional mark sheet for Class 12 result 2021 starting at 11 a.m. on July 22.
As netizens couldn't hold back their responses to the results announcement, Twitter was swamped with memes and comments.
Students have begun a practice of creating memes for plus two results on social networking platforms and WhatsApp. On the topic of TN Plus 2 results memes and trolls, we've also attached some memes that are sure to make you LOL.
Following the release of the TN class 12th results, netizens couldn't contain their excitement and filled Twitter with hilarious memes. Soon after the students received their scores, a slew of memes popped up on social media.
As soon as the results were released by the Board, students, researchers, and academics began sharing jokes on the microblogging site.
Here are a few of the best reactions that quickly went viral:
While every tiny reaction made us laugh, students struggled for a long time to visit the website to check their results. Alternative options to check your TN class 12th results 2021 are listed below.
The Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TNDGE) has stated that the provisional mark sheet for the Class 12 result 2021 would be released at 11 a.m. on July 22.
List of Websites to check your TN 12th scores
Students can check their TN 12th results by entering their date of birth and roll number on the following websites:
TN 12th Result: How were the marks calculated?
The assessment criteria for the TN 12th result were created based on a 10-member committee's report. The following are some key aspects and highlights:
The board examinations for Class 10 received a 50 per cent weightage.
Class 11 marks carried 20% weightage
Internal assessments and practical examinations in class 12 carried 30% weightage.
5 steps to check TN 12th Result 2021:
1) Visit the official websites.
2) Click on the result link, given on the page
3) Enter your registration number, date of birth, and other credentials and submit it
4) Your result will appear on your screen
5) Check result, download, and take a printout for future reference
How many applicants were qualified for further education?
8,16,473 of the 8,18,129 enrolled candidates have been declared qualified for higher education.
In the science stream, 30,600 students (4.86 per cent) received marks of 551 to 600 this year, compared to 1,867 students the previous year. 8,909 students in the commerce stream scored in the same range as 4,437 students. 136 students scored higher than 551 in the vocational group.
In Tamil Nadu's 12th grade results, girls outperform boys.
The test was passed by all 8,16,473 applicants who enrolled for it. There are 4,35,973 girls and 3,80,500 boys among them. A total of 39,679 students (4.86 per cent) received a score in the range of 551 to 600.
Over thirty thousand students who were behind in their score passed.
As many as 33,557 students who had arrears in Class XI were also promoted due to Covid-19, the minister said.
In September, there will be an optional test.
The optional exam as well as the exam for 39,000 private applicants will take place in September or October, according to the ministry.
Exam mode is a decision that must be taken.
Depending on the circumstances, the examination mode will be chosen. In a day or two, the Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TNDGE) would issue a call for applications for the optional exam.