TNTET 2020 Admit Card will be released on the official website of the Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB). The hall ticket is expected to be released in May 2020 after the successful submission of the application form. The candidates will have to use their login credentials (provided at the time of form filling) to download the admission card. Candidates are advised to carry a print out of Tamil Nadu Teachers Eligibility Test (TNTET) admit card along with a photo identity proof to the exam hall. For further details related to TNTET hall ticket 2020 read the complete article.
TNTET 2020 Admit Card Dates
Get here important dates for TNTET hall ticket 2020 in the below-given table:
Dates of TNTET 2020 Hall Ticket
|TNTET 2020 admit card release date||To be announced|
|Last date to download the call letter||28 June|
|TNTET 2020 exam date||27 June & 28 June 2020 (tentative)|
|Release of answer key||To be announced|
TNTET 2020 Admit Card
TNTET 2020 Admit card can be downloaded from the official website of the TRB after the application process will be over. Below are the vital points to be kept in mind for TNTET admit card 2020:
- From the year 2019 the authority facilitated to download the TNTET call letter via the date of birth.
- Candidates must download their admit card of Teachers Eligibility Test online from the web portal of the exam or authority only.
- Admit card would not be sent on the candidate's email id or mobile number.
- In case the candidate is unable to download their hall ticket then he/she must contact the board immediately.
- All candidates must carry the hard copy of the admit card / online admission card to the exam hall.
- No candidate will be allowed to sit for exam other then date and centre mentioned in admit card.
- Must keep the call letter safely until the further process gets over of TNTET.
How to download TNTET 2020 Admit Card?
By following the below steps candidates can download their TNTET 2020 hall ticket from the official website of the TRB:
Step 1 - Visit the official website of the Teachers Recruitment Board.
Step 2 - On the home page of the website, candidates have to click on the recruitment i.e. ‘Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test (TNTET) 2020’.
Step 3 - Once the other page opens up click on ‘Hall Ticket’ for downloading admit card.
Step 4 - Now at the end of the page click on the link given " Click-Hall Ticket.
Step 5 - Then click on login button given on right top.
Step 6 - Enter user ID and date of birth to login / DOB. Click on the ‘submit’ button.
Step 7 - After that hall ticket will be displayed on the screen.
Step 8 - Download the same and get it printout of it for further uses.
How to retrieve login details to download TNTET Admit Card 2020?
Candidates who have misplaced their user ID and password can recover by following the below steps:
Retrieve User ID:
Step 1 - On the exam portal visit the login page.
Step 2 - Click on ‘forget user ID’.
Step 3 - Enter the registered email ID and submit the detail.
Step 4 - User ID will be sent to the registered Email ID. Open the mailbox and check the link.
Step 1 - Reach the login page where admit card can be downloaded.a
Step 2 - Click on ‘forgot password’.
Step 3 - A link will be sent to the registered mail id.
Step 4 - Open the mailbox and click on the link to reset the password.
Step 5 - Select the new password and login again using the same to download the call letter.
Details mentioned in TNTET 2020 Admit Card
Candidates must check the details mentioned in the admit card are correct. Following details will be therein:
- Applicant's name
- Examination centre
- Entrance exam date
- Reporting time for the examination
- Important instructions for the examination
Important Instructions for TNTET 2020
Candidates who appeared in the exam in the previous year followed the below-given instructions. The candidate will be cancelled from appearing in the exam if found doing any of the following:
- Having a gadget like a mobile phone, accessories, Bluetooth devices, etc.
- Indulges in any form of malpractices.
- Tries to impersonate or takes the help of someone in the impersonation.
- Submits the false documents or tampered documents.
- Used any improper means regarding candidature.
- Misbehaving with authorities in the exam centre.
- Exchanges or gives answer sheet with another candidate.