March 05, 2015

Tamilnadu Plus Two Results 2015

The Tamilnadu School Education Department has geared up to conduct the Plus Two public examinations, which will begin with the Language I paper March 4th, 2015.

As many as 37,126 students (16,435 boys and 20,691 girls) are set to take the examinations in 93 examinations centres in Coimbatore this year. This was higher than last year’s figure of 36,573 students and 90 examination centres.

Results Announced on May 7th 

Chief Educational Officer A. Gnanagowri told The Hindu that nearly 2,000 teachers have been posted as invigilators for the public examinations. Further, a total of 250 flying squads have been formed. Of this, 50 will conduct surprise checks in different centres. As many as 180 of these were ‘Standing Squads’ which would be deployed in the ratio of one for every ten classrooms.

Invigilators have been told to alert the School Education Department officials if any student failed to appear for the examination. Efforts would be taken to trace the candidate, she said. Further, separate classrooms would be provided for students with infectious diseases such as dengue and H1N1. They would also be provided with all necessary help.

The question papers would be sent to the examination venues through 21 routes, each of which will have a separate route officer and an armed police personnel as escort. Each of the two educational districts of Coimbatore and Pollachi will have a collection centre to store the answer scripts.

A total of 27,889 students will appear for the Plus Two public examinations that gets off to a start on Thursday at 73 examination centres in Erode district. Question papers have been kept under police protection in three strong rooms in Erode educational district and five in Gobi educational district.

Results Announced on May 7th 

Accompanied by the Chief Educational Officer P. Ayyannan and Joint Director of District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) Balamurugan, District Collector S. Prabakar inspected the strong rooms .

A total of 42,438 students – 20,368 boys and 22,070 girls – will appear for the Plus Two board examinations commencing on Thursday in Vellore district.

According to officials, students from 306 schools will take the exams in 141 centres. The exams will end on March 31. The Education department has arranged for scribes for differently abled students. There are 42 scribes including for 29 visually challenged students and 12 with dyslexia.

There are eight private centres and one for those who had applied through tatkal scheme. A total of 325 flying squad members will inspect the centres to keep a check on malpractices, while 2,226 persons have been appointed as hall invigilators.

Squads headed by the Collector, zonal nodal officer, Chief Education Officer and other officials will also be on rounds during the examinations. The district has 20 custodian centres where question papers are kept.

Twenty-nine route officers will take the question papers from the custodian centres and hand them over to the exam centres. Similarly, they will collect the answer bundles. 

candidates may key in their date, month and year of birth along with their examination registration number to view the results on the following 


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