March 06, 2015

Tamilnadu 12th Results 2015

Tamilnadu Plus Two State board examinations have commenced on March 5th, Thursday with 37,309 students writing language paper-I at 91 examination centres across Madurai district. On the first day, 129 students were absent for the exam.

Results Announced on May 7th 

While the district totally had 37,309 registered candidates from 276 schools this year, 37,180 students turned up thereby keeping the absentee figure at 129. With regard to private candidates, totally 569 had registered for this year’s higher secondary public examinations of whom 88 were absent.

Officials in the School Education Department said that one private candidate indulged in malpractice at a centre in Melur and that boy was sent out by invigilators after taking away his answer-sheets. J.Angelo Irudayasamy, Chief Educational Officer, Madurai district, said that 172 flying squads are monitoring the conduct of plus two examinations in the district and the first day went off smoothly without any problem.

The three-hour examination started at 10 a.m. and ended at 1.15 p.m. Usha Rani, Joint Director (NSS), Department of School Education, who is the nodal officer for the district, made visits to examination centres to inspect the arrangements. On Friday, students will write language paper-II.

A total of 27,889 students, including 25 differently-abled candidates, appeared for the Plus Two public examinations at 73 examination centres in Erode district. They constitute 13,338 students belonging to 91 schools in Erode educational district, and 14,551 students belonging to 101 schools in Gobichettipalayam educational district.

The students appeared for the exam at 36 examination centres in Erode educational district and 37 in Gobi educational district. Additionally, private candidates appeared for the examinations at the CSI Boys' Higher Secondary School and CSI Girls' Higher Secondary School. The only Tatkal examination centre was at Kamaraj Higher Secondary School in Erode city. Accompanied by the Chief Educational Officer P. Ayyannan, District Collector S. Prabakar inspected the centre at Government Girls' Higher Secondary School, Erode.

A total of 42,048 students from Dharmapuri, and Krishagiri districts appeared for the Plus-Two examinations that began today.

In Dharmapuri district, 20,535 students sat for the examination at 56 centres. Among them, 173 were private candidates.

Among the 53 physically challenged candidates, 14 candidates were allocated scribes.

In Krishnagiri district 21,513 students appeared for the examination at 47 centres. This included 11,168 girls, and 10,345 boys. There were 30 examinations centres in Krishnagiri education district, and 17 in Hosur education district.

There were 801 private candidates. Twenty-two scribes helped the visually challenged candidates. The examination centres were monitored by 83 flying squads.


As many as 39,752 students appeared for the Plus-Two examinations at 96 centres in the educational districts of Salem and Sankari here on March 5th, Thursday.

As many as 50 flying squads headed by Chief Educational Officer K. Selvakumar visited various centres.

Basic facilities, including, drinking water, generators, were made available in all the centres. Prison officials said that four prisoners, from the Salem Central Prison appeared for the examination at Puzhal Central Prison in Chennai.

They were earlier sent to Chennai and would be brought back once the examinations are over, the officials added.

In Namakkal district, 31,112 students took up examination at 74 centres on March 5th, Thursday. Flying squad with 250 teachers and 1,700 hall supervisors were posted for duty.

The Plus Two public examinations began on March 5th, Thursday with as many as 37,842 students, including 16,598 boys and 21,244 girls, taking the Language I paper in the district. The examinations seem to have commenced on an easy note as both Tamil and French students, the major Second Languages in the district, said that the paper was not difficult at all.

As many as 363 students (169 boys and 194 girls) failed to turn up for the examination, including 277 in Coimbatore Educational District and 86 in Pollachi Educational District.

District Collector Archana Patnaik visited the Presentation Girls Higher Secondary School, one of the venues for the examinations, and inspected the arrangements along with Chief Educational Officer A. Gnanagowri.

She told reporters that all arrangements have been made to ensure the smooth conduct of the examinations. Security has been provided to all the venues and armed police personnel would accompany the movement of questions papers and answer scripts. Several students were delayed by five to 10 minutes following a bus accident at Kovaipudur. Some others were also held up due to temple festival at Karamadai.

In Tirupur , examinations commenced at 62 centres. A total of 24,281 students, which include 23,369 students from 174 schools and 912 private students, enrolled for the examinations.

Of the total candidates, 210 did not turn up on the first day. Official sources told The Hindu that 62 chief examiners were supervising the examinations in as many centres.

A total of 110 flying squads were constituted to check whether any malpractices occur in the examination halls.

In Udhagamandalam , official sources told The Hindu that 8,616 students, including 4,639 girls were scheduled to appear for the examinations in the district. However, 60 were absent. Out of the 165 private candidates, only 146 turned up.

Stating that the number of schools was 72, the sources said that the total number of examination centres in Coonoor Educational District was 22 and in Gudalur Educational District - 12.

The Nilgiris revenue district has been divided into zones and 64 flying squads have been formed to ensure that the students do not resort to copying. The Nilgiris Collector P. Sankar who carried out a surprise inspection at a centre in the Gell Memorial Girls Higher Secondary School said that if there were any complaints relating to the examinations they can be conveyed to the officials concerned over phone number 0423 2443845.

Over 15,000 students in Puducherry and Karaikal regions appeared for the Plus Two examinations which began on March 5th,  Thursday.  

In Puducherry, a total of 13,319 students, including 6,782 girls and 6,537 boys wrote the Language I paper in 33 centres.

As many as 2,183 regular candidates and 260 private candidates appeared for the exam in seven centres in the Karaikal region.

The district administration had made elaborate arrangements in all centres.

A total of three flying squads visited a number of centres to prevent students from indulging in malpractices. As many as 681 invigilators were in charge to ensure the smooth progress of the exam.

Joint Director of Education R. Parthasarathy said that invigilators were also given the task of matching the photograph in the name list and hall ticket to prevent impersonation.

No malpractice was reported on the first day in any of the centres in Puducherry and Karaikal.

In Cuddalore district, a total of 30,732 students including 12,989 boys and 15,303 girls from 191 schools and 2,440 private candidates appeared at 80 centres.

A total of 30,392 students wrote Plus Two examination which began on March 5th, Thursday.

N. Subbaiyan, Collector, inspected the examination at Government Girls Higher Secondary School. The Collector said that in Pattukottai education district, 10,414 students wrote the examination in 29 centres. In Kumbakonam educational district, 11,143 students wrote the examinations in 28 centres. In Thanjavur educational district, 8,835 students wrote examinations in 27 centres.

A total of 13,505 boys and 16,887 girls wrote the examinations. Fifty six differently abled persons wrote the examinations and scribes have been appointed for those who require their services. Seventeen flying squads have been formed and they monitor the examinations. V.Thamizharasu, Chief Education Officer, was present.

A total of 8,509 students appeared for the Plus Two examination. Collector Darez Ahamed inspected the examination held at various centres. Students wrote examination at 24 centres from 65 schools in the district. Of them, 4,213 were boys, 4,114 were girls. One hundred and eighty two students appeared as private candidates. Flying squad with 60 members, 430 room invigilators were on supervision duty.

As many as 18,234 students including 7,521 boys and 10,713 girls wrote the examination in this district on March 5th, Thursday. Besides, 173 private candidates including 92 boys and 81 girls appeared for the examinations. A total of 61 centres were set up in different parts of the district and the administration made elaborate arrangements. Over 1,821 persons including 69 headmasters, 1,410 teachers, 241 non-teaching staff, and 92 police personnel were pressed into service. The Educational Department constituted 140 flying squads to supervise the procedure. Collector S. Palanisamy conducted a surprise check at Municipal Government Higher Secondary School for Girls .

In Karaikal, 2,183 students including 1,497 boys and 686 girls, belonging to 19 schools, wrote the examinations in seven centres. Besides, 260 private candidates, including 173 boys and 87 girls, appeared for the examinations in two centres. A flying squad headed by Chief Educational Officer was formed to conduct checks in the centres.

amidst strict vigil by the invigilators and flying squads, Plus Two public examination commenced at 105 centres across the district .

A total of 34,707 students from 278 higher secondary schools including 14,916 boys and 19,791 girls appeared for the examination after brief special prayers were conducted on the premises prior to the start of the exam.

District Revenue Officer M.G. Kulandaivel visited the examination centre at St. Ignatius Convent Higher Secondary School, Palayamkottai. Police personnel are being deployed in front of every examination centre.

Each three examination centres are being covered by a flying squad while the standing squads, each comprising one teacher, will be responsible for every ten examination halls in the ‘vulnerable centres’ besides the regular invigilators deployed in the rooms.

Members of these squads, who are being posted only on the day of the examination, have been instructed to visit the examination halls without disturbing the students.

Review meeting

Based on the inputs provided by the members of the flying squads during the review meetings being organized in the afternoon, strategy for the next day’s flying squad visit to the examination centres would be designed.

Number of students appearing for the examination: Cheranmahadevi educational district: 10,854 (4,530 boys and 6,324 girls), Tenkasi educational district: 11,024 (4,819 boys and 6,205 girls) and Tirunelveli educational district: 12,829 (5,567 boys and 7,262 girls).

In neighbouring Tuticorin district, 19,736 students including 8,732 boys and 11,004 girls appear for the Plus Two examination that commenced in 65 centres across the district.

Collector M. Ravikumar visited St. Thomas Matriculation Higher Secondary School, one of the examination centres.

Number of students appearing for the examination: Tuticorin educational district: 13,042 (5,670 boys and 7,372 girls), Kovilpatti educational district: 6,694 (3,062 boys and 3,632 girls).


Of the total number of 25,455 students, 25,288 appeared for the plus two examinations, said A.S. Radhakrishnan, Chief Educational Officer.

167 candidates were absent for the examination, which includes 57 from Nagercoil education district, 55 from Thuckalay and 68 from Kuzhithurai educational district, he added.

No malpractice was reported from the three educational districts and the examination was held peacefully by and large in entire district. Examination was held in 83 centres.

In all 47 differently-abled including 13 visually challenged persons wrote the examinations.

Thirteen scribes (Graduate Trained Teachers) wrote the exams for the visually challenged students.

Collector Sajjansingh R. Chavan along with the CEO inspected the examination centre at Little Flower Girls Higher Secondary School.

Over 300 static and flying squads including 60 under the direct supervision of the Chief Educational Officer monitored the examinations. 

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The results will be available in the national informatics centres in the collectorate of each district. Candidates can access the websites free of charge in the regional and branch libraries in their locality, the release added. The results may be obtained from the respective schools of the candidates too.

Results Announced