TNTET Hall Ticket 2019 can be downloaded from trb.tn.nic.in prior to the exam. Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test aspirants who applied within deadline, can download admit card. Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TN TRB) usually releases TNTET hall ticket two weeks prior to exam date. Keep application number, name, date of birth ready in order to login. Date of Paper I and Paper II written examination are June 8, 2019, and June 9, 2019, respectively. It is advisable to keep it safely until declaration of TNTET result 2019. Get here complete details of TNTET Hall Ticket 2019 such as date, download link, how to download, and other information.
TNTET Hall Ticket 2019
Candidates can only download it if their form was complete in all aspects. There is no other mode of obtaining the admit card besides online mode. Important dates related to it, are as follows.
|TNTET 2019||Important Dates|
|Last date to apply online||12 Apr 2019|
|Issuance of TNTET Hall Ticket 2019 (expected)||26 May 2019|
|Exam Date of Paper I||08 Jun 2019|
|Exam Date of Paper II||09 Jun 2019|
Download TNTET Hall Ticket 2019 here: Candidates can download admit card as per schedule from links given below.
- Click here to go to official website to download hall ticket.
- Click here to check exam centers.
- Click here to read TNTET Admit Card 2019 Notification.
Tamil Nadu Teacher Recruitment Board published TNTET 2019 Notification on February 28, 2019. After that, registrations commenced in online mode at official website. Whereas initially the last date to apply online was supposed to be April 5, 2019, it was extended to April 12, 2019. Now all teaching aspirants of the state are waiting for admit card and exam date. After exam, candidates can check answer key of TNTET 2019 and submit objections to them.
TNTET 2019 Exam Date
TN TRB has announced TNTET Exam Date 2019! As per official notification, exam will be held on June 8, 2019, and June 9, 2019. Paper 1 is on June 8, 2019. Whereas Paper 2 is on June 9, 2019. Timings of exam are 10 AM to 1 PM on both dates.
Whereas TRB had not announced this date with exam notification, it has been revealed via a separate notification released on May 15, 2019. Candidates are requested to note that exam date once decided by TRB is final and binding. If at all there are any changes, they are only announced at official website. Therefore candidates must not get misled by rumors of any kind on exam date changes.
Knowing TNTET 2019 exam date, and after getting admit card, candidates should make arrangements for travel to exam centre. Candidates must keep relevant things ready for exam day! Best of luck!
How to download TNTET Hall Ticket 2019?
Candidates will be able to download admit card of TN TET 2019 from official website. Exact steps to download it will be updated here as soon as admit card releases. Until then, you can refer to steps that had to be followed last time for hall ticket download below.
- Visit http://trb.tn.nic.in/.
- Click Tamilnadu Teachers Eligibility Test (TNTET) – 2019.
- Then click hall ticket download link.
Or, you can skip above steps and directly click hall ticket download link from this page above.
- Now, either enter application number or name.
- Then enter date of birth.
- Then enter security key.
- After that, hit login button.
Upon logging in, candidate can download admit card in PDF format. Then they must save it in their device. After that, they need to connect their device to a printer and print hall ticket.
What to do when you forgot User ID/ Password?
Candidates who forgot their user ID / Password, hence unable to download the Hall Ticket. To download their Hall Ticket, they can follow the steps below.
Forgot User ID:
- Click Forgot User ID.
- Type the registered Email ID and Submit.
- User ID will be sent to the registered Email ID.
- Click Forgot password.
- Type User ID, Email and submit.
- A link will be sent to the registered Email ID.
- Click the link to reset the password.
- Type the new password and login again.
How to prepare for TNTET 2019?
TNTET is conducted similar to Central Teacher Eligibility Test exam. So if one has prepared for CTET, it is easy to prepare for TNTET also. Even those who have not appeared for CTET can prepare for Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test, simply by following some basic guidelines.
#1. Understanding exam pattern of TNTET 2019
There are two papers:-
- Paper I is for class I to V teaching aspirants (check syllabus)
- Paper II is for class VI to VIII teaching aspirants (check syllabus)
Scheme of examination of each is explained below. Paper is in accordance to guidelines laid by NCTE.
Number of questions: 150
Exam duration: 3 hours
|1||CDP relevant to age group 6-11||30||30|
Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Urdu
Number of questions: 150
Exam duration: 3 hours
|1||CDP relevant to age group 11-14||30||30|
Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Urdu
|4||For Mathematics and Science Teacher: Mathematics and Science or
Social Science Teacher : Social Science or
Any other Teacher: Either of the 2
#2. Scoring In Language Papers
Candidate can opt for one language in Language I, out of Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Urdu. Depending upon language chosen, candidates are considered for teacher recruitment for vacancies in those language specific medium. Language II on the other hand is by default English.
Now when it comes to languages, candidates must know 2 things
- Technicalities of the language
- CDP aspect of teaching that language
To gauge your understanding of the language, there will be questions including reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, verbal ability.
Then to test pedagogy of language development, there will be questions on principles of language teaching, functions of language, role of grammar, challenges of teaching, diversity in classroom, teaching and learning material.
#3. Difficulty level and linkages
Candidates may note that in paper 1, topics of Tamilnadu syllabus of classes I to V are included. However their difficulty and linkages are upto secondary stage. Likewise, in Paper 2, topics are of state syllabus of classes VI to VIII, whereas difficulty and linkages are upto senior secondary (higher secondary) stage.
#4. Practice a lot and solve previous year papers
Going through past papers of TNTET helps in familiarizing with the exam structure, time taken to solve each question, and to understand types of questions that come in exam. Good books are also available that can help one practice better. It is crucial to solve several multiple choice questions to develop speed and accuracy.
#5. Believe in your goal
Teaching as a profession is a noble one. Teachers shape future generations of the country. It is that profession, from which other professions arise. Those who are preparing for Teaching Eligibility Test must believe in their goal and reason behind why they want to be a teacher. Rest comes naturally.
TNTET Exam Centres 2019
Teacher Eligibility Test is taking place in all districts of Tamil Nadu. Name and address of exam centre allotted to each candidate is conveyed to them via their admit cards. Candidates must appear for exam at that centre only as per reporting time mentioned in hall ticket.
Centres for examination may be increased or decreased by TN TRB, depending upon number of candidates available for it, or any other administrative reason.
Districts in Tamil Nadu are listed below. Since TRB says that exam centres will be in all districts, this list can be useful.
Instructions To Candidates
Candidates are requested to note that they should follow rules of exam hall at all times during exam. Instructions for exam are listed in TNTET Admit Card 2019. Authorities can take action if anyone is found guilty of misconduct.
Cases of misconduct can be any one of the following:
- In possession of mobile phone, accessories, bluetooth devices and other electronic gadgets. Even if they are switched off, or person is using it anywhere within centre premises.
- Indulges in any form of malpractices.
- Resorts to any unfair means.
- Candidature is supported by any means.
- Tries to impersonate or takes help of someone in impersonation.
- Submits false documents or documents that have been tampered with.
- Resorts to lies and false statements or hiding true facts.
- Used any irregular or improper means regarding candidature.
- Misbehaving with authorities including Supervisor, Invigilator or TRB’s representatives in exam centre.
- Tries or does take away answer sheet from exam hall or exam centre.
- Gives answer sheet to any person who is unauthorized to take it.
- Threatens any authorities or hurts them physically for exam conduct.
Teacher Recruitment Board may consider any other valid reason to cancel candidature if grounds are justifiable and sufficient.
Through notifications dated 23-08-2010, 29-07-2011, 28-06-2018, National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) prescribed minimum qualifications for a person in order to be eligible for being a teacher for classes I to VIII. These qualifications are as per provisions of sub-section (1) of section 23 of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE Act). A candidate must qualify Teacher Eligibility Test conducted by government body as per NCTE guidelines in order to be eligible for a teaching job.
As per G.O.Ms.No.181, School Education (C2) Department, dated: 15-11-2011, TN TRB is nodal agency for conduct of Teacher Eligibility Test in Tamil Nadu.
Thus, TNTET 2019 is the state level teacher eligibility test which is being held in the year 2019. TNTET certificate remains valid for a period of 7 years. Therefore those who qualify TNTET 2019, their certificate shall be valid until 2026.
Candidates need to secure 60% marks in order to qualify TNTET. However relaxation of 5% marks will be given to BC, BC(M), MBC/DNC, SC, SC(A), ST and Person with Disability Candidates.
Scope Of TNTET
Once a candidate qualifies TNTET, he/she becomes eligible to be a teacher. It is vital to note here that TNTET does not lead to a job directly. However, it opens many gateways.
After clearing TNTET, candidate needs to apply for Teacher Recruitment Tests / Teacher Recruitment in Tamil Nadu. For this, various recruitment happen from time to time.
Tamil Nadu has a high literacy rate (80.33% in 2011). As per Assocham, TN has about 100% GER (gross enrolment ratio) in primary and upper primary education.
Education Structure in TN:- 12 years of schooling is divided like this
- 5 years of primary for ages 6-11 year olds
- 3 years of middle school for ages 11-14 year olds
- 2 years of Secondary education
- 2 years of higher secondary education
There are around 12291 senior secondary schools, and 12282 secondary schools in Tamil Nadu. Total enrolment in secondary is around 2226548. There are around 1714937 students enrolled in higher secondary schools. Number of secondary school teachers is 92175, and that in higher secondary is around 53828.