TS Board SSC Result 2018: The celebrations have begun on the streets of Telangana after the state board announced the TS Board SSC Results 2018 today in the evening. The TS SSC Results 2018 was announced by the State Education Minister and Deputy CM Kadiyam Srihari. Now, since the board has declared the scorecards of Telangana SSC Results 2018, the students can check their results on the official websites of the board i.e bse.telangana.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in. The candidates can also check the TS Board Class 10th Results on telangana10.jagranjosh.com. This year, more than 5 Lakh students had appeared for the Telangana SSC Examination which was held from March 15th to April 2nd.
The candidates who were eagerly waiting for the TS SSC Result 2018 can now check their results by entering all the required details on the websites. The Telangana Board had conducted its SSC Class 10th Exam in the state from March 15th to April 2nd and more than 5 lakh students had appeared for the exam at around 2,500 examination centres.
Due to heavy traffic, it is often been seen that the official website faces some technical glitches during the result checking process. We understand that any technical issues during those few hours many cause unprecedented fear amongst the students. Keeping the convenience of the candidates in mind, we have tried to keep the TS Board result checking process as simple as possible on our website. The candidate will first have to visit the direct link at the top of the page or visit telangana10.jagranjosh.com then they will have to enter the requisite details viz. hall ticket number and etc. After filling all the required details, the candidate will have to submit the information by clicking on the button provided. It is very important for the students to have the PDF copy of the scorecard ‘saved’. The candidates must note that the board will not issue the original mark sheet soon after the official declaration of the results.
During the admission process, the candidate can produce the photocopy of the scorecard properly attached. In 2017, the Telangana Board Result for Class 10 students was declared on May 3. A total of students 5,33,701 had appeared for the exam (5,07,938 regular, 25,763 private) out of which 4,36,668 (4,27,414 regular, 9,254 private) students had managed to clear the exam. That means the overall pass percentage was 84.15 per cent for regular students and 35.92 per cent for private students.