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HBSE, Bhiwani declare HTET result

Board of School Education, Bhiwani today declared the result of Haryana Teachers Eligibility Test (HTET) 2013-14. The result of Level-I HTET Exam for Primary Teachers is 6.35 per cent, the result of Level-II Trained Graduate Teachers (TGT) exam is 6.31 per cent and the result of Level-III for Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) is 6.11 per cent. While giving this information, Chairman of the Board,...
Source : Webindia123 |
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1.07% pass teacher test

eligibility test.Only 18,793 candidates passed the written section of the Teachers’ Eligibility Test (TET), results of which were published today.The West Bengal Board of Primary Education had conducted the test on March 31 to fill up 34,559 vacancies in primary schools across the state. The written test was of 90 marks while the interview section carries 10 marks.Primary board officials said the success...
Source : Telegraphindia |
Category : City | City : Mon

Hold TET for primary schoolteachers: HC

The Calcutta high court on Monday directed the state primary school education board to hold the primary teacher eligibility test (TET) on March 30, as scheduled earlier. Justice Biswanath Samaddar passed the order.Earlier, teacher aspirants had moved the court complaining that the board was not adhering to the guidelines of the National Council of Teachers' Education. The state government however,...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Kolkata

Primary teachers' fast on Feb 20

a view to drawing attention of the state government towards the hardships facing the primary teachers, Bihar State Primary Teachers Association (BSPTA) has called for a daylong hunger strike on February 20 on Hardinge Park campus here. Twenty teachers from each district will participate in the hunger strike, of which 15 will be contract teachers.President, BSPTA, Brijnandan Sharma on Monday said the...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Patna

Teachers pressed into poll duty, Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education results hit

Teachers pressed into poll duty, Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education results hitBHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) results will be affected due to the elections and re-examinations of leaked higher secondary maths paper. While the results were initially expected to be declared around the first week of May, the result dates have been pushed further as teachers are engaged...
Source : Times Of India |
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'Use primary teachers for poll duty'

the school education department delay a directive on election duty for schoolteachers, HSC and SSC teachers want their counterparts in the primary sections to be assigned poll work in their stead. "Most primary section staffers are not involved in election duty though they can easily take it up. Our aim is to ensure that HSC and SSC exam results are not delayed. So others should be put in place of...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Mumbai

UP govt admits shortage of primary teachers

government today admitted in the state assembly that there is acute shortage of teachers in the government primary schools. Primary Education Minister Ram Govind Choudhury said 4,583 primary schools and 1,484 upper primary schools have no regular teachers. The situation will change very soon after 1.68 lakh shiksha mitras would be promoted as assistant teachers in the primary schools, he...
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Extra transport plea for TET

primary education board has appealed to the railways and the transport department to run additional trains and buses on March 30, a Sunday, for the convenience of those taking the primary teacher eligibility test (TET).The board has also urged police to guide the examinees if they face any problem in locating their exam centres.Nearly 20 lakh examinees are expected to write the second primary TET,...
Source : Telegraphindia |
Category : City | City : Mon

Tripura to recruit school teachers without taking tests

Tripura government has decided to recruit primary school teachers for the first time in 17 years -- that too without conducting the teachers eligibility test (TET), a minister said...
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Exempt SSC, HSC teachers from poll duty: Board to govt

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has appealed to the state government to exempt teachers involved in assessment of board examination papers from election duty as it may delay their work and consequently the results.It is also feared that if these teachers are put on election duty, it may impact not just the results but also the subsequent entrance examinations and...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Pune