TNTET Exam Date 2014, TNTET Application Form, TNTET Result 2014.
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TNTET is known as Tamil Nadu Teachers eligibility test is also known as TET. This test is conducted to provide a platform to the students who desire to be aspiring teachers in upper primary and lower primary in the schools of Tamil Nadu. The notification of TN TET 2014 will be released by the department of school education as directed by the government of Tamil Nadu. TET is a compulsory examination for all B.Ed qualified candidates as they are fit to be considered for teacher jobs in the schools run by the government and private managements. Candidates are also provided with the option of applying online for such examinations.
The examination is basically divided into three aspects.
Also there is a set score card which is mandatory for the students to score and the minimum percentage that is required is that of 60 per cent. The government of the state provides concessions to the candidates from reserved category or differently abled persons, in accordance with their extent reservation policy of Tamil Nadu teacher’s eligibility test.
This test is basically conducted to evaluate the general knowledge and awareness of applied candidates because this is the most important for Tamil Nadu TET recruitment. In the year 2013, there were approximately 6, 00,000 candidates who appeared for this examination and the examination paper is usually prepared by NCET. TET paper 1 consists of Child development and pedagogy, language 1, language 2, mathematics, and environmental studies and the total of these examinations is for 150 marks. The duration of paper 2 is one and a half hours and the structure and content for the same is child development and pedagogy, language 1 (compulsory), language 2 (compulsory), and for mathematics and science teacher : mathematics and science, for social studies/social science teacher : social science and for any other teacher either (a) or (b).
All such entrance examinations are not a cake walk. Students should be willing to work extremely hard and put in their best efforts to score maximum marks. Another significant aspect is that of study material. Students need to very wisely choose their study material and they should make sure that proper understanding of the subject is being done.
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