AP TET Exam is Conducted Once a Year

Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) will now be conducted once a year. Amended the provision to maintain two instances so far. Earlier, School education chief Sri Budithi Rajsekhar released the TET guidelines on Wednesday. Computer-based test will no longer be conducted. This time the new special education teachers will also have a TET. Exercise teachers are a exception. Paper-1 For SGT (Class 1-5 in Primary Education) & Paper-2 For School Assistants (Class 6-8). Special Education teachers are tested separately for Primary & Secondary education. According to the directives of the National Council of Teacher Education,those who have completed D.Ed before 2010 will be allowed to appear for the examination with 45% Marks in Inter. 50% marks are mandatory for those years after that. Those who got admissions in B.Ed before July 29,2011 do not need any qualifying marks in the degree. D.Ed & B.Ed Final Year Students are eligible for TET.

If SC,ST & BC Have passed D.Ed Before 2010, they should have 40% Marks in Inter.

All Questions are in Multiple Choice Format. There will be 150 Marks for 150 Questions. No Negative Marks. Paper-1 Has 30 Marks in Mathematics, 30 Marks in Environmental Education, 30 Marks in First Language, 30 Marks in English & 30 Marks in Pedagogical the exam time is 2-1/2 Hours. English Language exam is for all Candidates. Question are asked at the inter level.
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