AP TET 2018 eligibility rules changed, Schedule revised

AP TET 2018 eligibility rules changed, Schedule revised
AP TET 2018 eligibility rules changed, Schedule revised

Amravati: AP TET 2018 eligibility rules changed, Schedule revised. The government changes eligibility rules of B.Ed and D.Ed 2016-18 batched students.The qualifications from SC, ST, BC candidates with 40 percent marks will be given a chance for different abilities.

The decision will be taken by the Government of India and the candidates for the examination. According to the recommendations of the National Council Of Educational Research And Training  (NCERT) rules SC, ST, BC candidates have 45% score.  The school education department followed the NCERT rules July 2010.

What are the AP TET 2018 new rules:

  1. 2016-18 Batch B.Ed, D.Ed candidates are eligible TET
  2. 40% score passed candidates are eligible.
  3. However, higher education department reserves for degree courses with 40 percent marks. The 40% marks secured by BE.d courses.

Previously, the govt ordered in the eligibility qualifications “Candidate should be a graduate in B.A./B.Com/B.Sc with at least 50% marks. 45 percent marks for SC/ST/Differently Abled/BC candidates. And he/she should also pass in B.Ed/Bachelor of Education (Special Education)”. Read more qualifications of AP TET 2017 Paper 2 Qualifications, Eligibility, Syllabus.

Human Resources Development Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao officially announced on Monday (January 8) new schedule dates. B.tech B.Ed candidates urged for eligibility of TET exam.

The payment of fees dates extend. Payment of fees ends on January 13 and submission ends on 17th of this month. Online submission of application through http://cse.ap.gov.in 18.12.2017 to 17.01.2018

Read more: AP TET 2018 New Schedule, Online Application at cse.ap.gov.in


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