TNDTE Diploma Result 2018 to be published on December 26, 2018
TNDTE Diploma Result 2018 – The Tamil Nadu Directorate of Technical Education (TNDTE) is all set to announce the result of the diploma examination at intradote.tn.nic.in, as per IE report. Students need to keep their roll number card handy to view their scores, noted the report.
The report further said that those who clear the examination will be eligible for entrance to various polytechnic colleges in Tamil Nadu. As of today, there are about 518 polytechnic colleges in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Candidates should keep their register number on hand while searching for the results. The examinations were commenced from October 25 and ended in November this year.
How to check results online
- Visit the official website for TNDTE (intradote.tn.nic.in)
- On the left side of the homepage, there will be a notification “Course Attendance and Latest Exam Results”
- In the provided fields, enter your register number, date of birth and click on the relevant link
- Your result will be displayed on the screen
- Download the same and take a print out for further reference
- If candidates find difficult to view the official website due to overload on it, they do the same by opening the new DOTE website link.
Board of Technical Education and Training
- A Board of Technical Education and Training was set up with the mandate to advise the Government on the general program as well as specific individual schemes necessary for bringing about coordinated development of Technical Education in the state
- Affiliation and recognition of Institutions conducting courses other than University courses and prescription of such courses of study
- Arrangements for ensuring standards in such Institutions and for verifying them through periodical inspections
- Framing regulations and conducting Examinations and award of Diplomas and Certificates, conforming to the minimum standards prescribed by AICTE
- Maintaining a cooperative relationship with the Education Institutions and the Industrial establishments
- Later, the Government ordered the transfer of the control of Government Technical Examination held by the Directorate of Public Institutions to the State Board of Technical Education and Training
- In 1984 vide G.O.429 dated 17.4.84 the Government permitted the establishment of new Self-Financing Engineering Colleges and Polytechnics by Private sector under the overall control of the Directorate of Technical Education.
- In 1987, the AICTE Act was passed with the objective of maintaining minimum standards of Technical Education
- Taking note of the phenomenon of a large number of Engineering Colleges and Polytechnics coming up in complete disregard of the AICTE guidelines, statutory powers were granted to AICTE by this Act to ensure planned development of the Technical Education, promotion of quality and regulation of the system and proper maintenance of norms and standards
- In 1994, Continuing Education Schemes were started in the name of Canada India Institutional Co-operation Project (CIICP) under the auspices of Directorate of Technical Education
- Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) of the Government of India aims to improve the quality of Technical Education in Engineering Institutions across the country
- The Project agreement with world bank was signed on February 04, 2003 for the First cycle of the First phase and on April 12, 2004, for the second cycle of the First phase.