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Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)-cum-Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT) (DSC 2014) for the posts of language pundits were conducted peacefully in 16 centres across Krishna district on May 10th, 2015 Krishna District Education Officer (DEO), Nageswara Rao said that of the total 3,544 candidates applied for the posts, 3,334 appeared for the test while 210 were absent.
The Recruitment shall be through a selection process consisting of Written Test and other criteria stipulated by the Government from time to time. The total marks shall be 180 for SGTs and PETs. For all School Assistant posts total marks shall be 200 (Two hundred). It will be purely based on merit cum roaster system as per the existing provisions being adopted by Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Candidates shall be selected on the basis of marks secured in the Written Test. (b) the candidates who have already qualified in earlier APTETs also compulsorily write the above Integrated Test for appointment asTeacher in Government / Zilla Praja Parishad / Mandal Praja Parishad/Municipality/Tribal Welfare Schools. These candidates will be given 20 % of weightage for their earlier TET score (as per the original TET notification). For this 20% weightage, candidates will be having option either to consider 20% of earlier TET scores or 20% of present marks whichever is higher. Now onwards, the Integrated Test will be valid for that particular recruitment only. In respect of appointments in private / un-aided schools or any other educational Institutions, the Integrated Test Certificate will be valid for a period of 1 (One) year. A Certificate will be issued to the candidates who are fulfilling minimum requirement in the above Integrated Test by obtaining minimum qualifying marks prescribed at Rule 6.
Mr. Nageswara Rao said on May 11 , 4,630 candidates will write test in 21 centres in the forenoon session from 10 am to 1.15 p.m. for the post of School Assistants (languages). In the afternoon session (3 p.m. to 6.15 p.m.), 16631 candidates will appear for the test in 73 centres across the district for the posts of School Assistants (non-languages).
The test for Secondary Grade Teachers (SGT) was conducted on May 9th, while the exam for the posts of Language Pandits (LP) and Physical Education Teachers (PETs) will be held on May 10 and for the post of School Assistants (SAs) on May 11. Out of 2,493 candidates, as many as 2,493 candidates appeared for the examination that was conducted in 12 centres in Vijayawada while 66 of them remained absent, said District Education Officer K. Nageswara Rao.
Making similar arrangements for the exams to be conducted on May 10 (for LP and PETs posts) and 11 (SAs posts), that
As many as 51,177 candidates appeared for District Selection Committee (DSC) exam conducted across the State on May 9th, 2015. While officials claimed that the examination passed off peacefully, a candidate identified as Alok Kumar died at Kurnool after developing convulsions when he came to the centre. Authorities rushed him to the hospital where doctors declared him brought dead. Out of total 57,722 candidates, 51,177 of them appeared for the exam in 2,560 centres in the State while 6545 remained absent, according to officials.