12th Result 2014 Tamilnadu (TN 12th Results 2014 or TN HSC Results 2014): The Tamilnadu HSC Result 2014 is likely to be declared today, on 09 May 2014 by the Tamilnadu Directorate of Government Examination. Students who appeared for the Tamilnadu State Board Class 12 Exams 2014, held from 3 March to 25 March 2014, and have been waiting for their results need not to wait anymore now. The Tamilnadu HSC Result 2014 is going to be declared today at 10 AM.
Students can check out their results updates on https://www.jagranjosh.com/results/2014-tn-hsc-12th-37300
Held successfully from 3 March to 25 March 2014 by Tamilnadu State Board of School Examination, the TN HSC (Plus Two) exams 2014 were conducted at 143 exam centres in Chennai only, in which a total of 8, 26,000 regular students from 408 higher secondary schools appeared. Around 53,000 private candidates also took the exams.
The result link for TN HSC 12th Exams 2014 will be displayed on the Official Tamilnadu Board result site soon after the Tamilnadu Directorate of Government Examination declares the results. We advise students to keep checking the site.
Apart from the respective schools where the students studied, they can also access their results from the National Informatics Centre at the Collectorate and the Central and branch libraries free of cost.
Students can apply for a copy of the answer script and re-totalling from Friday to May 14, except Sunday, at their respective schools or exam centres (for private candidates).
They should not apply for re-totalling in the subject for which they had applied for an answer script. The School Education Department has said that the private candidates will get their mark sheets at the exmaination centres on Friday. As such their results will not be published online.
Tamilnadu State Board of School Examination works under the purview of the Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Chennai, Tamilnadu. The board is responsible to determine the progress of students studying in schools/institutions affiliated to it by conducting two board examinations in a year- one examination at the end of class 10 and the other at the end of class 12. The scores from the class 12 board examinations are used by universities to determine eligibility and as a cut-off for admissions into their programmes.