BSE Telangana TS SSC results 2021 declared, 535 schools achieve 10/10 GPA

TS Telangana SSC Results 2021 Manabadi: The Board of Secondary Education, Telangana (BSE Telangana) at this time launched the consequence for SSC or class 10. Details of grades allotted on the idea of inside evaluation marks shall be out there on the web sites — and from 3 pm onwards, Sabitha Indra Reddy, state schooling minister stated.

The college students can view their scores by visiting the official web site and login with the TS SSC corridor tickets. This yr, round 5.21 lakh college students had registered for the examination and all TS SSC college students have been declared move. 

As per the official assertion by the state schooling minister, grades for college students have been decided on the idea of inside evaluation marks. All 5,21,073 college students who have been registered for the category 10 or SSC examinations have handed. Of these, 5,16,578 have been common college students whereas 4,495 had beforehand failed and are presently paying examination charges. Among the common attendees, 2,62,917 have been boys and a pair of,53,661 have been women. A complete of two,10,647 college students have scored an ideal 10/10 GPA. The minister revealed {that a} whole of 535 colleges have achieved 10/10 GPA.

The minister advised that move memos referring to college students could possibly be taken up by the involved principals. In case of any errors within the college students’ move memos, the SSC shall be knowledgeable by the involved principals.

Due to the second wave of coronavirus, the category 10 exams have been cancelled by the state. In 2020 as properly, the state board had performed three examinations for SSC college students and needed to cancel the remaining exams due to the nationwide lockdown on account of COVID-19. The closing outcomes have been ready based mostly on efficiency in inside assessments.

In an official discover, the state authorities stated that as a result of Covid-19 pandemic scenario within the state, it’s “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.”