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The TNTET which is the abbreviated form for Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test is an annual examination conducted by the Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB), Tamil Nadu. The goal of this examination is to recruit and select candidates who wish to become Primary and Upper Primary Government School teachers in Tamil Nadu. The examination is conducted in two parts wherein Paper-I certifies aspirants for teaching Primary Standards classes I-V. The Paper-II for teaching Upper Primary Standards for Classes VI-VIII. The candidates who clear this examination are provided with Tamil Nadu Eligibility Test certification and their score is valid up to 7 years from the date of clearing the examination.
The candidates are expected to stay updated with all the updates regarding the examination from the official website. It is a golden opportunity for all those candidates who wish to pursue their careers in the teaching field.
TNTET Exam Date 2021
|1||The TN TET Notification was released on||Second week of march 2021|
|2||The TN TET 2021 Application form was released on||Third week of march 2021|
|3||The last date of TN TET application form was set to be on||Third week of April 2021|
|4||The release of admit card was||Second week of May 2021|
|5||The TN TET 2021 Paper I Exam was conducted on||Last week of may 2021|
|6||The TN TET 2021 Paper-II Exam||Last week of may 2021|
|7||The Declaration of Result||Last week of June, 2021|
TNTET Exam Pattern 2021
- The exam format is MCQ-based with a total of 150 questions
- It is divided into five and four parts as per Paper-I and Paper-II respectively.
- The weightage for each section varies as per the division of questions and the importance of the syllabus.
TNTET Apply Online 2021
- The eligible candidates can apply for TNTET through the Teachers Recruitment Board’s website.
- The candidates can then fill in the online application form with relevant and mistake-free information.
- Qualification details-marks card.
- Higher Secondary Education certificate or its equivalent.
- Certificate or mark sheet for qualifying the exam specified by TRB
- Name and father’s name
- Caste certificate
- Document related to online fee payment
TNTET Application Fee 2021:
- The application fee for the TNTET 2021 differs as per the category the candidate belongs to.
- For candidates belonging to the general category, a fee per application form is Rs. 500.
- On the other hand, for those who belong to reserved categories, the application form costs Rs. 250.
Steps to Apply for TNTET 2021:
Listed below are steps to fill in the application
- Step 1: Visit the official website of the teacher recruitment board of Tamil Nadu.
- Step 2: On its home page click on the option for TNTET 2021.
- Step 3: Fill in all the important details in the application form such as name, gender, religion, date of birth, email id or mobile number, etc.
- Step 4: Upload your passport size photograph along with a scanned copy of the signature and other specific documents as stated in the application form
- Step 5: It is the final step where candidates are asked to make the due payment through online mode.
- On completion of step 3 a unique ID, as well as password, will be generated.
- The login Id is very important.
- It is through the login Id result of the exam will be communicated.
- Candidates must submit separate application forms for paper 1 and Paper 2.
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