A student from the Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education (TNBSE) appeared for the +2 exam after his father died of a heart attack. For example to many, brave student Santosh wrote the class 12 exam in Manamadurai after his father died of a heart attack in the early hours of the morning.
The student’s father, Muthu (48 years old) hails from Manamadurai Railway Colony, Sivaganjai District. He ran a two-wheeled repair shop. He was treated in the hospital a few months ago and returned home. The father died on the morning of May 20 from chest pain. Encouraged by relatives, his son Santosh went for an examination. Relatives dropped him off on a bicycle for a physics exam held on Friday.
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HSC exams are being held in Tamil Nadu Council this month. It started on May 5 and will run until 28. While the SSC exams are held from May 6 to May 30, the results for Class 12 will be announced on June 23 and for Class 10 it will be announced on June 17.
The board conducts SSC and HSC exams after a two-year break. An alternative assessment method for grade 10 and 12 students was used to assess students and prepare results in 2021. All students were announced to have passed last year.
The TN +2 test is held from 10 am. Students are given an additional 10 minutes to read the question paper and five minutes to check the details. According to the Department of Government Examination (DGE), the answer sheet will be distributed as of 10:15 AM and the exam will end at 1:15 PM.
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Students need to score at least 35 percent of the marks to clear the exam. Students need to pass each subject individually as well as all subjects in general. For subjects with theoretical and applied parts, it is important to pass both sections of the exams separately.
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