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TET 2019 | 12 Percent Candidates Clear Teacher Eligibility Test

It is a must for candidates aspiring for teachers’ posts in government primary school. General category candidates must with secure a score of 60% or above in TET and for SCs/STs and the physically challenged the eligibility score is 55%.

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Updated:March 10, 2019, 11:48 AM IST
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TET 2019 | 12 Percent Candidates Clear Teacher Eligibility Test
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TET 2019 | The State Department of Public Instruction on Saturday announced the TET 2019 result. The Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) has been cleared by 12% of the total number of candidates who had appeared for the examination. TET 2019 was taken by 2.39 lakh candidates. In 2016, 5.62% candidates secured eligibility in TET.

TET was conducted in February, last year. It is a must for candidates aspiring for teachers’ posts in government primary school. General category candidates must with secure a score of 60% or above in TET and for SCs/STs and the physically challenged the eligibility score is 55%.

According to a press release, candidates who appeared for Paper II have fared better than candidates who appeared for Paper I in TET 2019. Candidates must pass in Paper I in order to teach in Classes 1 to 5 and clear Paper II to teach in Classes 6 to 8.

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| Edited by: Ahona Sengupta
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