TS SSC Results 2018: The Telangana Board of Secondary Education has declared the TS SSC Class 10 Results 2018. The pass percentage for the TS SSC Class 10 Results 2018 is 83.78%. Highest pass percentage has been recorded from Jagtial district while the Adilabad district has the least pass percentage. Girls have outperformed boys in the Telangana SSC result 2018. The pass percentage of girls is 85.14 while for boys is 82.46, this year.
The results of the class 10 examination can be accessed at bse.telangana.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in. Students can check their scores on the board’s official website- bse.telangana.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in. They are advised to download their result and keep a copy of it for future purposes. Students may also check examresults.net for their class 10 results.
The pass percentage for the TS SSC Class 10 Results 2018 is 83.78%. Highest pass percentage has been recorded from Jagtial district; Adilabad district has the least pass percentage. Jagtial district students had fared well in inter results as well.
This year, over 5,33,701 students had appeared for the Telangana SSC Class 10 examination which was held from March 15 to April 2. Last year, the result was declared on May 3 and the pass percentage was 84.15 per cent. Follow the steps given below to check the TS SSC Class 10 Result 2018.
Steps to check TS SSC Class 10 Results 2018:
- Log on to the Telangana Board official website– bse.telangana.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in.
- Click on the TS SSC Class 10 Result 2018 link which appears on the home page.
- Enter your roll number and other details required and click on submit.
- The result will be displayed on screen.
- Take a print out of your result for future reference.
On the other hand, students may also receive their Class 10 results 2018 on their mobile phones just by sending an SMS to 56263. Students are required to type- TS10<space>ROLL NUMBER and then send it too 56263.
In order to prevent cheating and the use of other unfair means, the Telangana Board took several measures. From not allowing a student to visit the washroom alone during the course of examination to having flying squads check each and everything during the exams, the Telangana Board went a step ahead in preventing immoral practices undertaken by students. A total of 2,500 teachers were on duty to prevent cheating. Despite taking such strong measures, at least 16 teachers were caught by the state police for indulging in malpractices. Math, Science and English question papers were leaked by the teachers on Whatsapp along with the answers this year.
It must be noted that once the students access their Class 10 results 2018, they must keep a copy of their result because during the admission process, the student may have to produce the photocopy of his or her scorecard.