TNTEU BEd Results 2019 REVISED declared at tnteu.ac.in; Check yours
TNTEU BEd Results 2019 REVISED: The official website of Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University (TNTEU) withdrew Tamil Nadu BSc (TN BSc), and Tamil Nadu BEd (TN BEd) results. Earlier on September 24, the university declared the results of TNTEU BSc exam and TNTEU BEd exam on the official website- tnteu.ac.in, but the revised results of TNTEU BEd 2019 have now been declared. Those who appeared for this examination can check it on the official website.
With the announcement of results, the TNTEU website crashed several times under the heavy traffic pressure, but candidates are advised to keep on trying after a gap of 20-30 minutes to check their numbers. Notably, the TNTEU BSc and TNTEU BEd examinations were conducted by the TNTEU in March, May and June this year. Image source: PTI
On September 24, the TNTEU announced a seperate link to show TNTEU results 2019, but it failed to be operate. Students were not able to check their TN BEd Result 2019 and TN BSc result 2019, and the varsity later published another link, but too failed to work. The varsity has not given any official confirmation about the exact timing to declare TNTEU result 2019. Image source: PTI
Students are advised to follow the steps given below to check their TNTEU results for BEd 2019 and TNTEU results for BSc 2019 online.
1. Candidates should visit the official website- tnteu.ac.in to log in
2. They should click on ‘results’ tab which will taken them to TNTEU Results 2019 page
3. Now download your result and take a print out for future reference
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Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University is an exclusive University for Teachers Education established by the Government of Tamil Nadu to promote excellence in Teacher Education. Tamil Nadu is the seat of Higher Education in India, offering a number of general as well as professional courses. It also pays attention to the spreading of elementary, secondary and higher education and training of the teachers involved in these programmes. Image source: Reuters