Tamil Nadu Board HSC Exam Time Table 2018

Important Instructions for Students
  • 10.00 a.m. to 10.10 a.m.- Reading the question paper
  • 10.10 a.m. to 10.15 a.m.- Verification of particulars by the candidates
  • 10.15 a.m. to 01.15 p.m.- Duration of the examination

Date, DaySubject
01.03.2018 ThursdayPart - I Language Paper I
02.03.2018 FridayLanguage Paper II
05.03.2018 MondayPart - II English Paper I
06.03.2018 TuesdayEnglish Paper II
09.03.2018 FridayPart - III Commerce, Home Science, Geography
12.03.2018 MondayMathematics, Zoology, Micro Biology, Nutrition and Dietetics
15.03.2018 ThursdayAll Vocational Theory, Political Science, Nursing (General), Statistics
19.03.2018 MondayPhysics, Economics
26.03.2018 MondayChemistry, Accountancy
02.04.2018 MondayBiology, History, Botany, Business Maths
06.04.2018 FridayCommunicative English, Indian Culture, Computer Science, Bio chemistry, Advanced Language (Tamil)

Tamil Nadu Board Class 10th and 12th Results 2018

Check Tamilnadu Board 12th Results of State Board Exams 2017 here - http://tnresults.nic.in/

Source :- http://www.dge.tn.gov.in

For any change in schedule please refer to the reference site.

Last Updated on : January 15, 2019

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