TNTET Result

TNTET Result 2017. Candidates can check both paper 1 and paper 2 results. TNTET Result 2017 is going to be released soon and the TNTET Result will be declared by Tamil Nadu Recruitment Board. The Result will be issued according to your response sheet. Tamil Nadu Recruitment Board has already released the answer key on 22nd May and the last date was 27th to submit their representation.

After TNTET Result 2017 has been issued, a teachers eligibility test certification will be released for all selected candidates. The teacher’s eligibility test certification will be valid up to 7 years and all qualified candidates are eligible to apply for any schools which are run by the respective state governments.

There are the chances that Nadu Recruitment Board will not release result last week of June 2017. Now we are expecting Result will be declared in the month of July 2017. If some students are not ready with their required document which are mentioned in this article so now they got some time.

TNTET Result 2017: Important Information

The TNTET Result 2017 is expected soon. This will be your final result. Tamil Nadu Recruitment Board will not allow students to request for re-evaluation for the paper.

TNTET Result 2017: Highlights

Sr.        TNTET Result (Related) Dates
 1         TNTET Notification 24/02/2017
 2         TNTET Paper 1 29/04/2017
 3         TNTET Paper 2 30/04/2017
 4         TNTET Result Declaration Date Declared
 5         TNTET Marks/Certification To be Issued


The TNTET Result 2017 will release soon along with candidate’s qualification status, roll number, marks secured in each section and the total aggregate score. More than 8 lakh applicants were applied this year and only a few thousands will be selected. 

The TNTET Result 2017 should be declared around 30th June and the exam was conducted on 29th April and 30th April.

TNTET Result 2017: Detail Information about Paper 1 & Paper 2

According to official notification, candidates should secure 60% marks in Paper 1 and Paper 2 Exam and 5% relaxation will be given to those candidates who belong to BC/BCM/MBC/DNC/SC/SCA/ST and PwD candidates.

Important Points to Note for TNTET Result 2017

1.  TNTET Result 2017 will not confer you for the appointment.
2.  After declaring the TNTET Result, in a couple of months  Certification will be issued by Tamil Nadu Board(TNB) that will help you get a job in schools which are running by the state government.
3.  Certificate issued by TNB will be valid for 7 years. 


How to Check Your TNTET Result 2017?

Follow EASY Procedure to check the status of TNTET Result:-

1.  Visit the official website
2.  Search the link of the result on official website.
3.  Aspirants need to provide Roll number/Registration number for validation.
4.  After providing every required detail, click on submit button.
5. Now Result will be displayed in pdf form.
6.  To download it, you can Press (Ctrl+S) or you can search your roll number in pdf by using the function key on Keyboard i.e. Press (Ctrl+F).

TNTET Result 2017: Alternative way to check

Follow EASY Procedure to check the status of TNTET Result:-

1.  Visit
2.  Find bulletin 
3.  In the search tab, write TNTET Result 2017 and click on Search button.
4.  Click on the result link of TNTET Result 2017
5.  Your result will be displayed.


TNTET Result 2017


Available Details in TNTET Result 2017 PDF:

1.  Roll number
2.  Candidate’s Name
3.  Parent’s Name
4.  Category of the candidate
5.  Subject is chosen by the examinees
6.  Marks secured by the candidate in each subject
7.  Total marks secured in the exam

TNTET Result 2017: Qualifying Marks

TNTET checks your optical mark recognition(OMR) Sheets twice so there are fewer chances of mistake in checking your response sheet. The minimum qualifying marks of TNTET 2017 exam is 60% so you need to score 90 out of 150 marks. At least this many marks are required to qualify TNTET 2017 Exam.

TNTET Result 2017: Cut Off

Here, we are providing TNTET cut off on the basis of last years TNTET Exams so as the number of aspirants is increasing for aspirants and students are performing well so cut off is also increasing every year and we are assuming cut off will be very high in comparison to last year cut-off.

After Qualifying TNTET Result 2017: What to Do ??

1.  After Qualifying TNTET  2017 exam, Aspirants should collect eligibility certificate.
2.  Eligibility Certificate consist the name and address of candidate, date of birth, Registration number, year/month of award certificate, marks obtained in each paper class level of its validity (Class I to V, class VI to VIII or both), and, in case of classes VI to VIII, the subject area (Science and Mathematics, Social  Studies, etc.). The certificate may be electronically generated with adequate security features.
3.  If somehow if qualified candidate lose or damage your Eligibility Certificate so he/she can apply for duplicate TNTET 2017 Eligibility Certificate by paying the required fee.

TNTET Result Answer Key 

TNTET Exam Answer key was released on 22nd may. Where aspirants could request to Tamil Nadu Board for required changes and last date was 27th may to submit the request. Now after releasing the TNTET result. Any aspirants will not be eligible for the request to TNB for any changes results. This will be the final result of aspirants.

TNTET Exam 2017: Exam Pattern

Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Notification will come to February or March with the thousand of vacancies so you have sufficient time to crack it. In this articles, we will cover all important information which you should know before attempting CTET Exam.

TET Exam Pattern 2017: Latest Details

The process of selection for TET Exam 2017 consists of the following 2 phases –

Phase I Paper 1
Phase II Paper 2

TNTET Exam 2017: Exam Pattern Paper 1

Classes Number of MCQs, Marks
1. Child Development and Pedagogy 30 MCQs, 30 Marks
2. Language I 30 MCQs, 30 Marks
3. Language II 30 MCQs, 30 Marks
4. Mathematics 30 MCQs, 30 Marks
5. Environmental Studies 30 MCQs, 30 Marks

TNTET Exam 2017: Exam Pattern Paper 2

Classes Number of MCQs, Marks
1. Child Development and Pedagogy 30 MCQs, 30 Marks
2. Language I 30 MCQs, 30 Marks
3. Language II 30 MCQs, 30 Marks
4. (a) For Mathematics and Science teacher: Mathematics and Science 60 MCQs, 60 Marks
4. (b) For Social Studies/Social Science teacher: Social Science
(c) For any other teacher: either (a) or (b)
60 MCQs, 60 Marks

TNTET Result: Related Article








  1. Hello anyone can tell me when the tntet result will be declared. please let me know soon
    thanks in advance.

Comments are closed.