Teachers Eligibility Test will be conducted in two stages by the TRB!!Change in the Mode of Examination!! The Teacher Eligibility Test, known as TET, is the minimum qualification required in India for a person to be eligible for an appointment as a teacher for Classes I to VIII. The test is mandatory for teaching jobs in Indian government schools. Shocking news for candidates who are preparing for the TET examination. Details below.
Now the news is breaking that the official announced that the Teacher Eligibility Test will be held in two phases by Tamil Nadu Teacher Recruitment Board, and they are planning to conduct the first phase in the last week of July and Second phase in the last week of August and in the first week of September. The examination will be without pen and paper and it should be Computer based Examination for the first time said by the TRB official.
Before the end of the year, the state administration plans to replace approximately 9,000 vacancies in public schools around the state. In February 2022, the TRB held a Postgraduate Teacher Recruitment Examination.
In July, postgraduate teacher candidates will have their certificates verified. The number of job openings is projected to rise, according to the official. The postgraduate recruitment test, which was held in February to fill 2,230 positions, attracted over 1.8 lakh applications. Recruitment tests for secondary school teachers and graduate school teachers are expected to take place by the end of December 2022. “The recruiting exams have been postponed by two months due to the lack of engineering labs,” the official explained.
The board has developed software to verify the certifications that candidates have submitted. “The programme will show who is eligible, who is ineligible, and who is eligible under particular conditions.” The programme will be used to recruit polytechnic lecturer candidates. Before announcing the results, we will complete the first level certificate verification and undertake another level verification,” the official stated. Last year, the board held a recruiting test to fill nearly 1,000 lecturer openings in government polytechnic institutes.
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