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Saturday July 1, 2017 8:47 PM, ummid.com News Network

TN TET Result 2017

Chennai: The Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB) has declared online the results of Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) 2017 on its official website. The TN TET result 2017 are now online and candidates can check them by following the steps given as under.

How to check TN TET Result 2017:

  • Click here to directly go to TN TET Result page: trb.tn.nic.in
  • Enter Roll No.
  • Click on 'Result" button

Teachers Recruitment Board had conducted Teacher Eligibility Test – 2017 for Paper – I on 29.04.2017 and Paper II on 30.04.2017. It declared the result online on June 30.

A total of 2,41,555 candidates appeared for Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test 2017 Paper I and 5,12,260 candidates  appeared for the  Paper-II examination.

While declaring the results, the Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB) said that during the computerized scanning of OMR answer sheets of the candidates, it was found that quite a number of candidates committed mistakes in marking /shading certain essentially required details for valuation in the OMR sheets. 

For the candidates who have not marked question paper serial code in their OMR answer sheets, the answer sheets could not be evaluated and hence rejected.  

For those who have written the serial code but not shaded or multiple shaded, written serial code alone has been considered for valuation.

Those Candidates who have not shaded or Multiple  shaded  the language options in their OMR Sheets, evaluation was done as per their options given  in the application form and if there is no option in the application form their answer sheets  could not be evaluated and hence rejected.

"The Candidates  those who have not shaded or Multiple shaded  the optional subject for Paper-II (Mathematics and Science / Social Science)  in their OMR Sheets, evaluation was done as per the option given in the application form and if there is  no option in the application forms their answer sheets could not  be evaluated and hence rejected", the Tamil Nadu board said.




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