List of TET Exams 2021: Dates, Application Form, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Result

List of TET Exams 2021: Dates, Application Form, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Result

The Central government as well as state government conducts different government exams for teachers for those students who want to to build their careers in the teaching field. CTET is the one of the top government exams for teachers conducted on the central level to recruit teachers in the Kendriya Vidyalaya or Navodaya Vidyalaya.

However, the TET exams 2021 at the state level is conducted by the different state governments such as Bihar TET, UPTET, PSTET, HP TET and many more. The government exams for teachers are conducted as per vacancies available in the college. Those students who secure the marks more than or equal to the cut off can qualify in these examinations. To know more about the different government exams for teacher, read the full article below:

TET Exams 2021: Important Dates

The conducting body releases the important dates of the TET exams 2021. Candidates are advised to track the important dates so that they will not miss any important events for the TET exams 2021. The important dates will give information about application form dates, exam dates , result dates and many more. The table below mentions the tentative dates of some important government exams for teachers.

Name of Examination

Exam Dates

CTET Exam Dates

To be notified soon

MP TET Exam Dates

To be notified soon

Bihar TET Exam Dates

To be notified soon

HP TET Exam Dates

July 1 to July 2021 (June session)

HTET Exam Dates

Last week of July 2021

PSTET Exam Dates

January 2021

UPTET Exam Dates

To be notified soon

MAHA TET Exam Dates

To be notified soon

REET Exam Dates

September 26, 2021

TET Exams 2021

CTET: It is the central level teacher eligibility test conducted by the Central Board Secondary Examination to recruit professors and teachers in KVS or NVP. This examination is conducted twice a year. Candidates can fill the application form of CTET as per the CTET eligibility criteria. The exam is conducted for the two papers. Those students who cutoff of CTET will get shortlisted for the further recruitment process.

KARNATAKA TET: Centralized Admission Cell (CAC), Bangalore authorized by Government of Karnataka are responsible for the Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test for the state domicile of Karnataka. Aspiring students with the fluency in local language both in writing and spoken can apply for this examination. After checking the detailed eligibility criteria of KAR TET, candidates can fill the application form of KAR TET

MPTET: The state level teacher eligibility test in Madhya Pradesh is conducted by Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board for the aspiring students of the teaching field. Candidates will be selected for the primary level or elementary level on the basis of their marks in Paper I and Paper II respectively. Candidates need to visit the official website to fill the application form of MPTET after going through the eligibility criteria and exam dates of MPTET.

HPTET: Himachal Pradesh Board of Secondary Education conducts Himachal Pradesh teacher eligibility Test at the state level. Candidates who filled the application form of HPTET can download the admit card of HPTET. The candidates will get shortlisted on the basis of cut off marks of HPTET.

HTET : Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test is the state level TET exams 2021 conducted by Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH). HTET exam is conducted for Stage I, Stage II and Stage III that are Primary, Secondary and Senior Secondary levels respectively. It is mandatory to secure the cut off marks to get shortlisted for the further recruitment process.

Bihar TET: Bihar School Education Board conducts the teacher eligibility test to recruit teachers in government schools of Bihar. The mode of examination will be offline and candidates have to fill the application form of Bihar TET. The students will get updated exam dates on the official website.

PSTET: Department of School Education, Punjab conducts teacher eligibility test for the aspirants who want to build their career in government school of Punjab. The exam is conducted for Class I to VIII dividing into two parts. Paper I for class I and Paper II for Class VIII. Those candidates who want to apply must fill the application form of PSTET.

UPTET: This is the state level eligibility test conducted by Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board for the candidates aspiring to be teachers in the government schools of Uttar Pradesh. The exam is conducted for the primary levels well as elementary level. The exam authority will shortlist the candidates on the basis of their performance in the written exam for the paper they applied for.

MAHA TET: The Maharashtra State Council of Examination conducts the MAHA TET examination which is the state level eligibility test for teachers. Candidates who applied and qualified this examination will be recruited as the government school teachers in Maharashtra. The exam is conducted for two papers. Paper I is for the candidates who are applying for primary level and Paper Ii is for the elementary level. The examination is conducted once a year and as per the vacancies available.

REET: Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan (BSER) conducts the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers to determine the eligibility for teachers for the government schools of Rajasthan. The REET exam is conducted for two papers. Paper I is for the candidates who are applying for primary level and Paper Ii is for the elementary level. The examination is conducted once a year and as per the vacancies available.

TET Exams 2021: Application Form

To apply for the TET exams 2021, candidates need to fill the application form. The application form requires all the details of candidates like personal details, contact details, and academic details. While filling the application form, it is mandatory to upload the scanned photograph along with the signature. The application process will be completed after the payment of application fees. So it is important to be ready with bank details beforehand to complete the application process without any hassle. The fee can be paid in online mode using the credit card/debit card or net banking. Candidates are also advised to take the print out of application form and receipt for further reference. Almost all the application form of government exams for teachers generally includes four steps that is mentioned below:

  • Registration

  • Application Form Details

  • Uploading of Photograph and Signature

  • Fee Payment

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CTET Application Form

UPTET Application Form

HP TET Application Form

HTET Application Form

MP TET Application Form

REET Application Form

TN TET Application Form

Bihar TET Application Form

TET Exams 2021: Exam Pattern

The TET 2021 exam pattern for all the government exams for teachers is almost the same for the central as well as state level. The examination is conducted for the two papers in offline mode. There are 2 papers as per the exam pattern of CTET. Both papers of CTET 2020 will be conducted offline. Both paper-I and II have five sections. However, in paper-II candidates can opt one out of Mathematics and Science, and Social Studies and Social Science. Candidates appearing for Paper I will be selected for Primary level (Class I to V) and Paper II for elementary level(Class VI to VIII). However, candidates who appeared in both the paper will be shortlisted as per their marks secured in each paper. The table below mentioned the exam pattern of CTET and TET:

TET Paper I

TET Paper II

Sections

  • Language I

  • Language II

  • Child Development and Pedagogy

  • Environmental Studies and Mathematics.

  • Language I

  • Language II

  • Child Development and Pedagogy

  • Social Studies/Social Science (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher only) Mathematics and Science (for Mathematics and Science teacher only).

Number of Questions

150 (30 questions for each section)

150

Total Marks

150

150

Duration

2 hours 30 minutes

No negative marking

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TET Exams 2021: Admit Card

The admit card of Government Exam for Teacher will be downloaded from the official website of the respective government exam for Teacher. Candidates have to login with the necessary credential such as registration number/roll number and password/date of birth. The TET 2021 admit card consist of important details such as name and roll number of candidate, category, gender, day and date of examination, examination venue and important instructions related to examination. The admit card or hall ticket of the TET exams 2021 is the most important thing to be carried by the students. It is mandatory for the students to carry photo identity proof such as PAN Card, Voter ID card, Driving license, passport or any photo id card issued by government along with the admit card.

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TET Exams 2021: Result

The result of the respective TET exams 2021 will be released on their official website in online mode. To download the result, candidates who applied for the TET exams 2021 need to login in with the necessary credentials such as registration number/roll number/mobile number and password/date of birth. The login credentials may vary as per the guidelines from the authority. The result of the TET exams 2021 contains important information for candidates such as roll number and name of candidate, maximum marks, marks obtained by candidates, qualifying status. It is important to get marks more than or equal to the cut off marks released by the examination authorities to get qualified in the exams. The cut off marks will be released on different basis such as category wise, section wise and overall. The result of the TET exams 2021 is the list of shortlisted candidates for the further recruitment process.

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