Telangana StateTeachers’ Eligibility Test (TSTET 2016) 2016 is a qualifying test to take the District Selection Committee exam earlier, and now, it is State Public Service Commission for recruitment as government teachers. The qualifying mark for SCs and STs is 60, BCs 75 and other castes 90. Candidates who scored over 90 marks got a weightage in DSC. TSTET 2016 validity of certificates shall be for a period of 7 years from the date of TET concerned.
As many as 3.73 lakh candidates registered for TET on Sunday. The authorities barred entry of candidates into exam centres even if they were one minute late. The State Government has announced schedule for conducting the long-awaited Telangana StateTeachers’ Eligibility Test (TS-TET) on April 9 as a pre-qualification for District Selection Committee exam for recruitment of teachers. Results of the TS-TET would be released on April 23. TSTET 2016 Candidates desiring to appear for the eligibility test could download TS-TET information bulletin and detailed notification also from February 29. TSTET Results 2016 Availabel at online through http://tstet.cgg.gov.in .
Manabadi TSTET Results 2016:
A total of 36,393 candidates appeared for the Telangana State Teachers’ Eligibility Test (TS-TET) held in 177 examination centres in the district on May 22nd, Sunday. The TSTET 2016, a pre-qualification for recruitment of teachers in government-run schools, was conducted smoothly across the district. As many as 10,303 candidates wrote Paper-I held in the morning at the designated centres across the district. A total of 26,090 candidates appeared for Paper-II held in the afternoon session. Of the total 42,081 registered candidates, 5,688 candidates were absent.
TSTET 2016 Qualifying Marks :
The percentage of qualifying marks for different categories are as shown below:
1 General 60% and above
2 BCs 50% and above
3 SC/ST/Differently abled 40% and above
TSTET 2016 Results Date:
Adilabad : The total number of candidates allotted for Paper I in the forenoon session was 5,589, of whom 5,212 were present. For Paper II, the total number of candidates allotted were 9,987, and 9,150 appeared for the test.
Karimnagar: The Teachers Eligibility Test was conducted in 184 centres in Karimnagar district. In the first paper, against a total of 8,298 candidates, 7,844 appeared for the test. For paper 2 in the afternoon session, against a total of 35,289 candidates, 32,831 appeared and 2,458 abstained from the test.
Nizamabad : A total of 28,526 candidates appeared for the TET held in the district. As many as 30,246 candidates applied for the test, but 1,720 abstained from it. About 8,595 candidates wrote Paper–I, while 19,931 attempted Paper-II .
Written by:ChandanaManabadi Results Updated at: 07:33:00