The government said the examinations would be tentatively conducted in the last week of July and the timetable would be intimated to students and parents 15 days in advance.
Education minister A Suresh underlined the need for conducting the SSC exams as the college managements consider it as a standard to provide admissions.
The committee will be headed by Secretary, School Education Department, and will include Higher Education Secretary, Vice Chancellor of the Madras University and school headmasters.
The government has asked the SCERT director to prepare a detailed academic calendar and the activities to be taken up through online mediums.
The Centre is also making efforts to conduct the CBSE exams, he said and added that the State also suggested to the Centre to hold the exams.
As per the schedule announced earlier, the examinations were scheduled to be held from June 7
The teachers would resume their duties from June 1, Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh said, adding a decision would be taken in the coming days depending on the Covid-19 situation.
The decision of the state government came after the central government's decision to cancel the CBSE Class X board exams and postpone the Class XII board exams