TSTET results 2017 declared

TS TET results 2017 for the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) that was conducted on July 23, has been declared here on August 4. TSTET results were expected to be out tomorrow on August 5 but are out today.

TS TET results 2017 - TSTET results out.
TS TET results 2017: Candidates taking TSTET 2017 on the exam day.

TS TET 2017 was held on 23rd July and the last answer key was published on 29th July. The Candidates, who had appeared for the exam, can easily verify the answer key and judge their performance on the same. The candidates may be provided with an option to elevate objections. The exam was held in all Telangana’s 31 districts.

The duration of each TS TET’s paper was of 2 and a half hour, organized by the School Education Department, Government of Telangana. It included two papers i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 was held for those candidates who aimed to become I to V standard teachers, whereas the candidates who wanted to become teachers for VI to VIII standards came under Paper 2. The answer key as subject-wise can be ensured by taping on the particular links.

The registration process for the test via online mode had started on June 13, 2017, and remained until June 23rd.

Candidates who belong to the general category require at least 60% score or above to pass for being confirmed. Likewise, candidates who belong to BC category, the minimum score is 50% or above for being asserted as pass. Whereas for ST, SC, and differently abled applicants, 40% and above is required to be declared clear.

As announced, TS-TET Marks Memo or Certificate will be applicable for 7 years of periods from the TET exam’s date, according to the mentioned NCTE Guidelines.

Moreover, teachers who got appointed before the notification of NCTE i.e. on 23rd August 2010 after getting selected by Local Authority or District Selection Committee, as per rules prevalent for Recruitment process at that time were not allowed to appear for TET Exam.

The weightage that will be provided to TS-TET scores is 20% in teacher recruitment of the State Government, meaning 20% weightage will be for TS-TET score whereas 80% weightage will be for written test in Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT).

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