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Mizoram TET exam 2019 expected cutoff marks

In this article, you will get all the information about the Mizoram TET 2019 exam expected cutoff marks for all categories.

Jan 21, 2019 11:14 IST
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Mizoram TET cutoff marks
Mizoram TET cutoff marks

The Mizoram TET exam 2019 is going to be conducted on 22nd January 2019 as per the latest notification by MBSE (Mizoram Board of School Education). Now, many of you may be thinking what can be the minimum qualifying marks for all categories (General/SC/ST/OBC/etc.) in Mizoram TET exam 2019. Candidates, who will appear in the Mizoram TET exam, want to know the cutoff marks or expected cutoff marks of Mizoram TET 2019 exam. Candidates also look for the number of appeared candidates in each district and the district-wise cutoff marks as well.

Mizoram TET exam intends to recruit the teachers for primary and upper primary schools and the rationales behind conducting this exam twice a year in Mizoram state are as follows-

  • Through this exam, better teaching quality and standards in the state’s schools are ensured.
  • It intends to test and improve the candidate’s subject knowledge.
  • Mizoram TET exam is compulsory exam for becoming a teacher in Mizoram government schools. After qualifying the Mizoram TET exam, you can appear in the teaching jobs interviews for the next 5 years. The Mizoram TET exam qualifying certificate is valid for next 5 years from its date of issuance.

In the following article, you will get all the information about the Mizoram TET 2019 exam expected cutoff marks for all categories.

Mizoram TET Exam Cutoff Marks

The cutoff marks of Mizoram TET exam will be decided by the MBSE (Mizoram Board of State Education). As this exam is qualifying in nature so MBSE has decided cutoff marks already in its application brochure, which can be purchased from the authorized stalls or office itself. The detailed Mizoram TET exam cutoff marks are stated in the following table-

Category

Cut Off Marks

General

60%

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

55%

Scheduled Caste (SC)

55%

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

55%

The maximum marks for Mizoram TET exam will be 150 and the candidates hailing from the above category need to attain the mentioned marks out of the total marks.

Note: Mizoram TET exam is a qualifying exam and it does not offer you any job in state government schools. But it is mandatory for candidates. After qualifying this exam, you have to appear in the interview as notified by the Mizoram government. The interview process generally contains the following steps-

  1. Written exam (if any)
  2. Personal interview
  3. Experience

After getting the Mizoram TET qualifying certificate, you have to undergo the above-stated processes to get a teaching job. Hence, to become a government teacher in government schools, you need Mizoram TET qualifying certificate. Without this, your candidature will not be considered.

Mizoram TET Exam 2019 Results

After qualifying Mizoram TET exam, you need to visit mbse.edu.in for seeing your results. The result date for Mizoram TET exam will be notified later on the same website. The possible steps to know the Mizoram TET results 2019 are as follows-

  • Visit the official website i.e. mbse.edu.in.
  • On the landing page, search for the Result by pressing Ctrl+ F.
  • Click on the link that is relevant to the Mizoram TET results.
  • Here, you will get a PDF containing the list of successful candidates.
  • Check your name and roll number in it. If you have qualified the exam, take a print of this document.

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For more such information on Mizoram TET exam, please visit our TET webpage.

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