The Telangana government, which has cancelled SSC examinations in the wake of a surge in Covid-19 cases in the state, had declared all students as pass. Students are awarded final grades based on internal assessment (Formative Assessment 1) marks and the same will be available on
among other sites from 3 pm onwards on Friday.
This year, a total of 5, 21, 073 candidates have registered for the SSC 2021 examination, of which 5, 16, 578 are regular candidates and 4, 495 are those who failed to secure pass marks in previous years examination.
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“As the state could not conduct SSC exam amid pandemic, we have promoted all students to the next class based on the decision made by the chief minister of the state,” said Sabitha Indra Reddy, education minister, Telangana. She said that although physical classes could not be conducted during the academic year 2020-21, Telangana was among the first states to switch to digital classes.
The education minister said that students can either download their results online or collect their pass memos from the headmasters of their respective schools. If there are any errors found in the marks memo, students will have to raise a request through the headmaster with the SSC board to get them corrected, the education minister added.
Of the total candidates, who are declared pass in SSC exams, 2,62,917 are boys and 2, 53, 661 are girls. In as many as 535 schools, all students, who have registered for the exams, have secured 10 GPA.