REET - Results
Rajasthan Eligibility Exam for Teachers
Exam Date: 26 Sep 2021
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Updated On - February 26 2021 by Sakshi Sharma
Candidates can find important dates and events related to REET 2021 from the given table:
|Admit Card||April 2021|
|Exam||25 April 2021 (Released)|
|Result||May 2021 (Tentative)|
BSER announces the REET result for 2021 after the release of the final answer keys. The process for compiling the outcome for REET 2021 is followed below:
Candidates shall be considered REET qualified only if the minimum qualifying marks are obtained. Thus, the BSER recommended qualifying marks are as follows:
|General candidates/other candidates||60%|
|Scheduled caste/scheduled tribe||36%|
Candidates are given the REET eligibility certificate after achieving the minimum qualifying marks. The REET certificate of eligibility is used for applicants who wish to develop their teaching careers. The term of validity of the certificate shall be 3 years from the date of declaration of the outcome. After the certificate has been released, applicants can use it to apply for a job. Candidates must remember that no job is guaranteed by a mere qualifying test. Candidates have to apply in different federal, private or public sector schools for teaching jobs. The REET Eligibility Certificate serves as a condition of eligibility to accept applicants as teachers.
After the result is announced, candidates have to carefully review the information listed below. You can report to the appropriate authority immediately if any difference has been found. The following are the information shown along with the outcome of your REET 2020, go carefully through them.
BSER announces the outcome online after the start of the test. Candidates are expected to log in and review the results on the official REET website. Here are the measures that candidates for the REET 2020 outcome may refer to.
Each exam has its own method of grading/marking. With 150 questions at each level, REET recruitment follows a clear exam pattern for both Level I (Class I to Class V) and Level II (Class VI to VIII). The steps for calculating your REET marks are below.
All the students appearing for the REET Examination will get a chance to challenge the answer key once released by the BSER for the REET 2021 exam. The window to raise objection against the REET answer key will be open for around a week by the Board after the release of tentative answer key. Once the candidates have submitted their challenges the Board will validate them and will release the final answer key.
Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (RTET) or Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher (REET) is conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER). The State-level RTET/REET exam is conducted for the recruitment of teacher for two different levels, Level I or Primary Teacher and Level II or Upper Primary Teacher. As per various media sources, REET notification will be out soon to fill vacancies for 33,000 posts. Those who clear REET will be eligible for the post of teachers in classes 1-5 and classes 6-8.
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