TANCET Result 2020 (Declared) – Marksheets (Out)

By | May 18, 2020
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The TANCET Result 2020 was announced on 11 March 2020 by the conducting authority. Anna University is the conducting authority of the exam and the candidates could download their result from the official website of the university. The scorecard was also released on 23 March 2020. The TANCET exam was conducted from 29 February 2020 to 1 March 2020. This article will give you complete information about the TANCET Result, Scorecard, & Marksheet.

TANCET Result 2020

Those candidates who successfully given the TANCET 2020 can check their result from the official website of Anna University. Candidates can check their result by entering there email address and password which they used while registering for the exam. Candidates can download their mark sheets with 10 days of the declaration of the result. Candidates download and save their result for future use. The schedule for the result was as given below:

Events Dates
TANCET 2020 29 February 2020 to 01 March 2020
Result 11 March 2020
Scorecard Download 23 March 2020

How to check the result?

Candidates can check their result by following the steps given below:

  1. Visit the official website of the conducting authority.
  2. Click on the “Result” tab.
  3. The link will open in a new tab.
  4. Enter the required details such as email address and password.
  5. After entering details click the “Submit” button.
  6. The result will display on your screen.
  7. Check your result and download it.
  8. Save the result for future use.

Details mentioned on the scorecard

The following details are mentioned in the TANCET scorecard:

  • Candidates name
  • Application number
  • Nationality
  • Category
  • Roll number
  • Total marks

Marks Normalisation

The normalisation of the score of the candidates in TANCET Exam is done for ME/MTech/MArch/MPlan courses. The exam paper is categorized into three sections– Part-I (Engineering Mathematics), Part-II (Basic Engineering & Sciences) and Part III (others).  Part I and II are given by all candidates irrespective of the course chosen by them but Part-III varies as per the course which calls for uniformity in the marking scheme which is why the normalization of marks is required.

The generalized formula for the calculation of normalized marks is as given below:

N= 40+(10/s) X (R-M)

Where,

N= Normalised marks

S= Standard Deviation

R= Raw marks

M= Mean marks

 

 

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