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Andhra Pradesh State Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET 2013) will be Conduct on January 5th, 2013. APTET 2013 conduct by Board of Secondary Education, Hyderabad. Total 4,49,902 candiates are applied for this exam. APTET  Paper-I  56,202  APTET  Paper-II 3,86,367 Candidates attend this exams. All Dist. Headquarters exams centers arrange 1995 exam centers. Exams actually exam conducted on September 1st, but due to seemandhra movement exam postponed... Government of Andhra Pradesh recentaly decided Exam conducted on December 29th, Hall Tickets download from December 23rd. Hall Ticket also available download from www.aptet.cgg.gov.in. Results Likely to be announced on January 18th, 2014. 



APTET 2013 Important Dates:
APTET 2013 Hall Tickets download from : December 23rd, 2013
APTET  2013 Exam                                               : January 5th, 2013
APTET Results 2013 Dec                                    : January 18th, 2014



AP Teachers Eligibility Test for minimum qualifications for a person to be eligible for appointment as teacher classes 1 to 8. The syllabus for child development and Pedagogy under paper-1 is based on the syllabus of D.Ed curriculum focusing on Educational Psychology of Teaching and Learing in Classes 1 to 5 and above.  Andhra Pradesh language II Under APTET shall be English for all candidates irrespective of medium of the school to whcih they intend seek employment. The Question paper shall be bilingual it shall be English followed by the Language I chosedn for all langauges except for Sanskrit. 




Community             Pass marks 
i) OC                     60% Marks and above 
ii) BC                    50% Marks and above 
iii) SC                    40% Marks and above 
iv) ST                   40% Marks and above 
v) Differently abled (PH)   40% Marks and above  







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Manabadi Results Updated at: 21:47:00

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