Jharkhand Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) 2022 latest news today in hindi

 Only Matric-Inter pass from Jharkhand will be able to give TET 

Only those general category candidates will be able to appear in the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) to be held in Jharkhand, who have passed the matriculation and inter examination from the state. This has been relaxed in the case of candidates seeking the benefit of reservation. Its provisions have been made in the Jharkhand Teacher Eligibility Test (Amendment) Rules 2022. It was approved in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Thursday. 63 proposals were cleared in the meeting.

Accountancy and business studies of commerce have also been added in social studies for TET under Teacher Eligibility Test (Amendment) Rules 2022. For Urdu assistant teacher, 20 questions have been fixed in Urdu and English. Not only this, now instead of two and a half, there will be a three-hour exam. According to the new rules, the validity of Tet certificate will now be lifelong. This will also be applicable to the Tet pass people of 2013 and 2016.

To pass in TET, it is necessary for the general category candidates to get 40 percent marks in each section. Also, they will be able to pass TET with 60% marks. At the same time, it has been made mandatory for backward classes one and two and economically weaker sections to get 35 and 55 percent marks. Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Tribal Tribes and Persons with Disabilities will be required to bring 30 marks in each section and 50 percent aggregate marks.

Jharkhand 10th 12th Pass will able to give TET Exam latest notification 2022

Subject wise subtraction and addition questions

Subject wise number of questions and its marks deducted and increased for Teacher Eligibility Test. For Urdu assistant teacher, earlier there were 20 marks in Urdu and 30 marks in English. It has now been reduced to 20-20 points. For Mathematics and Science teacher, earlier there were questions of 70 marks for Mathematics and 80 marks for Science. Now there will be questions of 50 marks in Mathematics and 100 marks in Science. In Science, there will be questions of 50 marks each from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Biology, in which it will be mandatory to take two subjects. Similarly, for the teacher of social studies, there will be questions of 50 marks each for History, Geography, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Accountancy and Business Studies. Out of these, candidates can have three subjects.

Pass in regional language required

It will be necessary to pass in the regional language in TET. The marks of the regional language will be added to the total score. Earlier there was regional language as the qualifying paper. It will be necessary for the candidates of Tet to appear in one of the regional or tribal languages ​​from where they apply. It is necessary to have a good knowledge of the grammar of the respective regional or tribal language and they can express it clearly.