TET : Teacher Eligibility Test

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Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)

Teacher Eligibility Test is also known as TET. This exam is very important for becoming a government teacher in India. TET Examination consists of two papers in question paper one for classes 1 to 5 and question paper two for classes 6 up to 8. Due to the rules of the NCTE, the Central Government and all other states  Governments  organizes Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) annually. As per the rules of the NCTE TET exam is conducted.
Right of Children's to free and compulsory education of the Government of India, it is mandatory for children of 6 to 14 years.
TET was presented to the Indian Government for improvement in education, it was first organized for the first time in 2011.
The prescribed qualification is very essential for the test to be given. Graduate of the candidate must be compulsorily and should be either D.EL.ED or B.Ed, to become a teacher of classes one to five, it is mandatory to pass the paper one with more than 60% marks. Similarly, it is compulsory to pass Question Paper 2 with more than 60% marks and in the end it will be selected on the basis of merit.
All the examinations under tet are organized in accordance with the standards of NCTE (The National Council for Teacher Education).
The Supreme Court has made free education for children of 6 to 14 years of age, due to which lakhs of jobs are provided by the central government and the state government for teachers every year.

Central Teacher Eligibility Test - Central Teacher Eligibility Test is organized every year by the Central Government, which is known as CTET, recruits teachers for teaching school related to central schools and central government. CBSE conducts CTET twice per year. The first examination is held in the month of February, The second exam is organized in the month of September. The Ministry of Human Resource Development, responsible for organizing Teacher Eligibility Test CTET, is entrusted with the Central Board of Secondary Education cbse Delhi.

1. Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) - www.ctet.nic.in
2. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) - cbse.nic.in

State Governments Teacher Eligibility Test

  1. Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET) - aptet.cgg.gov.in
  2. Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) - upbasiceduboard.gov.in
  3. Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (RTET) - examrtet.rajasthan.gov.in
  4. Bihar Elementary Teacher Eligibility Test (BETET) - https://www.bsebonline.net
  5. Chandigarh Teacher Eligibility Test
  6. Delhi Teacher Eligibility Test
  7.  Goa Teacher Eligibility Test
  8. Gujarat Teacher Eligibility Test (Gujrat TET) - gujarat-education.gov.in
  9. Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) - htet.nic.in
  10. Himachal Pradesh Teacher's Eligibility Test (HPTET) - hpbose.org
  11. Jammu Kashmir Teacher Eligibility Test
  12. Jharkhand Teacher Eligibility Test (JAC TET) - www.jac.nic.in
  13. Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KAR TET) - http://kartet1617.caconline.in
  14. Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (K TET) - www.scert.kerala.gov.in
  15. Madhya Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test
  16. Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test (MAHA TET) - https://mahatet.in
  17. Manipur Teacher Ability Test
  18. Nagaland Teacher Eligibility Test
  19. Mizoram Teacher Eligibility Test
  20. Meghalaya Teacher Eligibility Test
  21. Odisha Teacher Eligibility Test (OTET) - www.bseodisha.ac.in
  22. Punjab State Teacher Eligibility Test (PS TET) - tetpunjab.com
  23. Sikkim State Teacher Eligibility Test
  24. Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test (TN TET) - trb.tn.nic.in
  25. Tripura State Teacher Eligibility Test
  26. Uttarakhand State Teacher Eligibility Test
  27. West Bengal State Teacher Eligibility Test




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