The Telangana Board of Secondary Education (BSE) conducts the Telangana State Secondary School Certificate Examination (TS SSC Exams) every year. While this year, the TS SSC 10th Exams 2021 are scheduled to be conducted from 17th May 2021 until 26th May 2021.
The TS SSC Result 2021 has declared the Telangana 10th Result 2021 today i.e., 21st May 2021 around 11:30 am on the official website bse.telangana.gov.in. The overall pass percentage was 100% as 5,21,073 students who appeared for the exam have been promoted to further classes. While the students can download their digital mark sheets from 3 PM onwards today, from the official website of the Telangana Board which is, bse.telangana.gov.in
The students who will appear for the Telangana State 10th Exam 2021 can view the TS 10th Result 2021 by visiting the official website of BSE, Telangana which is, results.cgg.gov.in or bse.telangana.gov.in after entering the required credentials such as the Roll Number, Name, etc. mentioned on the respective admit cards of the candidates. Hence, all the candidates are advised to keep their admit card handy during the time the TS SSC 10th Result 2021 will be declared.
The students who fail to clear one or more subject during the main exams are offered a second chance to appear for the Telangana SSC 10th Supplementary Exams 2021 conducted by BSE, Telangana. The Telangana SSC 10th Supplementary Exams 2021 are expected to be conducted in the month of July 2021 and the result for the same i.e., Telangana SSC 10th Supplementary Result 2021 will be declared in August 2021 through online mode. The students who will appear for the Telangana SSC 10th Supplementary Exams 2021 can view the Telangana SSC 10th Supplementary Result 2021 by visiting the official website of BSE, Telangana which is, results.cgg.gov.in By the time the Telangana SSC 10th Supplementary Result 2021 will be declared, students are advised to keep their admit cards handy.
If the students feel that they are not fairly rewarded as per the efforts they put in the TS SSC 10th Exams 2021, then they can avail of the re-checking or re-evaluation facility provided by the BSE, Telangana. However, students must be double sure about their decision to avail this facility as it is one crucial step and can affect the whole result of the student. If there is discovered any fluctuation in the original marks, the latter will be considered and updated in the original mark sheet of the student.
Last year, approximately, 5.35 lakh students registered for the TS SSC 10th Exams 2020, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all the exams were cancelled and the students were declared “All-Pass” raising the pass percentage to 100%. Due to the cancellation of exams, no toppers list was also announced.