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Uttar Pradesh Education Council will declare the UP TET (Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test) 2017 Result. The result will be available on the official website of the board at examregulatoryauthorityup.in Candidates will have to provide their Roll Number to gain access to the result page instantly. It is of utmost importance that you take print out of the result for your own guidance as it may be required on the future. Keep this page safely till the recruitment ends completely.
The UP TET 2017 is a Competitive Exam qualifying which is used to determine whether the candidate possesses basic traits for being posted as a teacher in the schools of UP. There are 2 papers in UP TET. Paper-1 is meant for those who wish to be employed class teachers for Class I-V and Paper 2 is for those who wish to be employed as teachers of Class VI- VIII. Usually the set criteria is 60% minimum requirement. However, qualifying the exam does not guarantee job in any UP School. It depends of the recruitment policy of a school to conduct further ways of selecting candidates.
UP TET 2017 Result Important Dates
|Last date to make changes in the application form||19 September 2017 till 06:00 pm|
|Entrance exam dates||15 October 2017|
|Result Declaration dates||Will be declared later|
UP TET 2017 Result
The result of UP TET 2017 session will be uploaded on the official website at examregulatoryauthorityup.in. Candidates must fill the details asked such as Roll Number to get the result. A person who scores 60% or more in the TET exam will be considered as TET pass. However, it not at all declared anywhere that just clearing this qualifying exam will get you the post. It is strictly to be noted by the candidates that the exam declares that you are suitable of the job only. You will be bounded to follow the recruitment policies of the specific school. A school may or may not hire the TET qualified candidate.
Steps to check the Result
- Go to the website examregulatoryauthorityup.in
- Choose TET Result
- Now select the level that you appeared for (Primary or Upper Primary)
- Enter Roll Number
- The page will have the print option
- Save the file and also take multiple prints for future use
Minimum Qualifying Marks
A candidate must achieve 60% o r more marks in the qualifying examination. However,some certain category of candidates may be allowed relaxation. It is possible that the board may consider giving concessions to persons belonging to SC/ST, OBC, differently abled persons, etc., in accordance with their extant reservation policy. The performance evaluation may be categorised by breaking down the numbers according to marks weightage criteria. Marks obtained in TET will form part of the recruitment process.
Validity of UP TET Result
The appropriate Government usually conducts TET at least once every year. The Validity Period of TET qualifying certificate for appointment shall remain subject to the discretion of the appropriate Government. The scores may be valid for a maximum period of seven years for all categories. But there will be no restriction on the number of attempts a person can take for acquiring a TET Certificate. A person who wants to improve her score may appear for the exam again next year.
Award of TET Certificate
The appropriate Government which is given the authority to conduct the exam will also award TET certificates to all successful candidates. The certificate may inform the candidate of name and address of the candidate, date of birth, Registration No. year/month of award of Certificate, marks obtained in each Paper, class level of its validity (Class I to V, class VI to VIII or both), and, in case of classes VI to VIII, the subject area (Science and Mathematics, Social Studies, etc.). The certificate may be generated electronically with adequate security features.
Monitoring of TET
Following measures might be for monitoring the quality and administration of the TET:
(a) The Government may appoint a Nodal Officer for the purpose of overseeing TET process in a specific area.
(b) The NCTE shall arrange meetings with the Nodal Officers at least once every year.
(c) Every appropriate Government might be asked to forward a report of each TET exam annually to the NCTE. the report must be submitted in a proper format which NCTE prescribes.
(d) The NCTE may also maintain a database and a repository of experts and resources, including technological tools for holding the exam and archiving all the TET related information so that it can be shared with the appropriate Government when the time requires.