Tamil Nadu HSC +2 Re-Exam Supply Results 2017 are expected to be out in August first week.  However, the official notification is awaited regarding the release date of the results. The aspirants will be  able to check supplementary results at official website tnresults.nic.in  For checking the results of Tamil Nadu HSC +2 Re-Exam Supplementary Results 2017, they would need to login to the official website and they would enter some important details like roll number, registrations and date of birth. The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Tamil Nadu had conducted the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination in the month of March, the results of which were announced on May 19.
For students awaiting the results of Tamil Nadu HSC +2 Re-Exam Supply  need to be patient while checking the results at the official website. Once the results are announced the students will be able to continue their further studies. The Tamil Nadu HSC +2 Board will issue a certificate for the result soon. The students will be able to save a year in case they clear the supplemtary exam. They will also need to save a copy of the same till the official mark statements and pass certificates are issued by the Board in support of the result. Also Read: TN Board HSC 12th Supply Results 2017 expected soon, check updates on tnresults.nic.in.
It has to be noted  that the important function of Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Tamil Nadu is to collecting data relevant to the student appearing for various exams like Tamil Nadu HSC +2 Re-Exam Supply Exam Results 2017 from school. The constitution of centers to conduct the exam. Directorate of Government Examinations will also print and supply question papers to the exam centers. The directorate will also supply stationary articles to the exam centers. Directorate of Government Examinations will also collect the data of Private candidates through Nodal centre via online. The directorate of Government Examinations will also supply the printed nominal roll of candidates who have registered for the exam and issued the hall tickets to private candidates.
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