Haryana TET Level-1, 2 Exam Results 2018 HTET Cut Off:
The Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) is to declare towards the Result of the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test 2018 for Level – I Primary Teacher (For Class I – IV) and Level – II Trained Graduate Teacher (For Class VI – VIII).
Haryana HTET Level-I & II Exam Results 2018
The Board of School Education, Haryana is getting ready to publish the Optical Mark Recognition Answer Sheet / Provisional Answers Key of HTET Level-I & Level – II Computer Based Test, which shall remain available on the BSEH Website as stated here under:
Answer Key (Set A to E)
- Level-1 (Primary Teacher)
- Level-2 (Trained Graduate Teacher)
Computer Based Test (CBT)
The candidates appeared in Online Examination should report their objections according to attached Question paper and Answer Key.
- Answer Key Level-1 (Primary Teacher)
- Answer Key Level-2 (Trained Graduate Teacher)
- Question Paper Level-1 (Primary Teacher)
- Question Paper Level-2 (Trained Graduate Teacher)
The Candidates, in case of their objections to the Optical Mark Recognition Based Model Answers Key shall have to submit the Challenges to the Board of School Education, Haryana / Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE DEADLINE SET BY THE BOARD OF SCHOOL EDUCATION, HARYANA.
The Board of School Education, Haryana has determined the Community-wise Minimum Qualifying Marks in respect of
|Level||as stated here in below||Marks / %age|
|Level – I – For becoming Teacher for Classes I-V: Primary Teacher (PrT)||For all Categories except Scheduled Castes and Differently abled/Physically Challenged||60% (90 Marks)|
|Level – 2 – For becoming Teacher for Classes VI-VIII: Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT)||For Scheduled Castes and Differently abled/Physically Challenged||55% (83 Marks)|
|Level – 3 – For becoming Post Graduate Teacher (PGT)||For Scheduled Castes and Differently abled/Physically Challenged of other states
|60% (90 Marks)|
However, the Board of School Education, Haryana shall declare the Result of the Written Part of Haryana TET 2018 in light of citing India’s Apex Court Verdict as here under:
In view of Hon’ble Supreme Court Judgment in Civil Appeal No. 7084 of 2011 (arising out of SLP (C) No. 27965/2010) titled as P.V. Indiresan Vs. Union of India and others and cited in 2012 (1) RSJ 64 and LR’s opinion in the matter, 5% relaxation means to the extent of 5% of the Minimum Qualifying Marks in Graduation / Senior Secondary, as the case may be, as prescribed in the relevant Service Rules. This is further clarified as under:
If the Minimum Qualifying Marks are 50% for the General Category, then the Minimum Qualifying Marks for Scheduled Caste / Other Backward Classes / Differently-Abled candidates, as the case may be, shall be 47.5%, i.e., 50 less 5% of 50. Similarly, if the Minimum Qualifying Marks are 45%, then the Minimum Qualifying Marks for the Scheduled Caste / OBC / Differently-Abled candidates shall be 42.75% Marks, i.e., 45 less 5% of 45:
for recruitment of the Candidates in the capacity of Primary Teachers and the Trained Graduate Teachers / Post Graduates Teacher in the following Subjects:
Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) Social Studies / Science / Mathematics / English / Hindi / Sanskrut / Punjabi / Urdu / Physical Education / Home Science / Art / Music, Trained Graduate Teacher Music.
Wishing here the Best of Luck for the Candidates!
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