REET Notification 2022 Apply Online, रीट विज्ञप्ति 2022

REET Notification 2022 Apply Online रीट विज्ञप्ति 2022 on the website Raj REET Online Form Last Date Rajasthan REET Vacancy Bharti Level 1st / 2nd Rajasthan Board रीट विज्ञप्ति 2022 PDF

REET Notification 2022 Apply Online, रीट विज्ञप्ति 2022

The Government of Rajasthan has made a big announcement before the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET, Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers). The state Government has announced the date of REET Teacher Eligibility Test on Friday, 18th December 2022, giving a major relief to millions of unemployed persons in the state. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has announced the REET teacher eligibility test for 31 thousand posts on 25th April 2022.

The Number of recruitment of 32000 teachers through REET may increase to 32000. REET Notification 2022 The Department of Education has sanctioned one thousand new posts of third class teachers in 282 government schools in the state. A few days ago, these schools were upgraded from government upper primary school to government secondary school. The department has sanctioned 564 posts of level-I 407 and level-2 in these schools. It is being imposed that these additional recruit downs can be withdrawn with 31 thousand recruitment of REET.

REET Notification 2021 Apply Online, रीट विज्ञप्ति 2021
REET Notification 2021 Apply Online, रीट विज्ञप्ति 2021

The state Government has given a rebate of at least 5 and more than 20 per cent to rait applicants in all categories. REET Notification 2022 Govind Singh Dotasara has been given through his official Twitter account. While sharing the notification, he tweeted, “The government is working on a priority as soon as the code of conduct on REET Examination is being done, an order has been issued today to give concession in minimum qualifying marks for various categories and to make the Board of Secondary Education a nodal agency for this examination. The date of REET exam will be announced very soon.

In fact, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has recently approved the recruitment of 31 thousand teachers. Though it was postponed for some time due to elections, the Panchayat elections are now over. After which the recruitment process of teachers is said to start soon.

As per the notification shared by state Education Minister Govind Singh Dotara, based on the guidelines issued by the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (NCTE), the state Government has the right to give concession in minimum pass mark in TET. Under which minimum pass marks have been prescribed for various categories in rait. After the concession, the number of passing marks that the candidates need, category wise can be seen here:
– General/General Unreserved – 60 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
– Scheduled Tribe (ST) – 55 (Non TSP), 36 (TSP)
– Scheduled Caste (SC), OBC, MBC & Economically Weaker Sections – 55 marks (Non TSP & TSP)
– All categories of widows and grass women and ex-servicemen – 50 marks (TSP & Non TSP)

  • Divang – 40 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
    – Saharia Tribe – 36 Marks (TSP & Non TSP) …

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