How to Fill TET 2018 Application Form? Complete Guide

Published on : 12th June 2018    Author : Om Prakash
TET Exam

The Teachers Eligibility Test is one of the most important exams, which is conducted by both State governments and Central government in the country. Passing this test is of course not as easy as a cakewalk. Candidates applying for this exam need to work very hard and keep abreast of the latest information including notifications, availability of the application etc., released by the concerned authority.

The Teachers’ Eligibility Test is organised state wise by the concerned authorities. So, there are different dates for notifications, availability of online forms, exam pattern, declaration of results etc. for different states. But, when it comes to filling the application form, the pattern is almost same for every state.

Steps to Apply for TET 2018:

  • Go to the TET Official Website, as per the state you are applying for -
State Name TET website for State
Assam http://ssaassam.gov.in/rtact.htm
Andhra Pradesh http://aptet.cgg.gov.in/
Bihar http://www.bihartet.co.in/#betet::Registration
Chandigarh http://www.chdeducation.gov.in/whatisnew.asp
Chattisgarh http://cg.nic.in/eduportal/login.aspx
Goa http://www.education.goa.gov.in/
Gujarat http://www.gujaratset.ac.in/
Haryana http://htet.nic.in/htetapp/Welcome.aspx
Himachal Pradesh http://admis.hp.nic.in/himachal
Jammu & Kashmir http://jkhighereducation.nic.in/index.html
Jharkhand http://jac.nic.in/
Kerela http://www.kerala-tet.com/
Lakshwadeep http://lakshadweep.nic.in/welcome.htm
Madhya Pradesh http://www.educationportal.mp.gov.in/
Maharashtra http://mahatet.in/TETAPP/PublicHome.aspx
Manipur http://bsem.nic.in/
Mizoram http://mbse.edu.in/
Odisha http://bseodisha.nic.in/
Punjab http://www.tetpunjab.com/
Rajasthan http://rtetbser.org/
Tamil Nadu http://trb.tn.nic.in/
Uttar Pradesh http://upbasiceduboard.gov.in/
Uttrakhand http://www.ubse.in/
West Bengal http://wbtet.nic.in/
Central http://ctet.nic.in/ctetapp/welcome.aspx
  • Go through the official notification and become familiar with the instructions
  • Click on the link - TET Application Form 2018 Apply online
  • Fill the application form by providing all the required information
  • Upload all the required documents
  • Pay the application fee and do cross-checking of the application form
  • Submit the application form
  • Finally, take a hard copy of the application form

State Wise TET Exam Dates 2018 for some states are tabulated below:

States

Application date

Exam date

Bihar

July – August

October

Telangana

Yet to be updated

Yet to be updated

Goa

Yet to be updated

Yet to be updated

Jharkhand

Yet to be updated

Yet to be updated

Lakshadweep

Sep/Oct

Oct/Nov

Tripura

Sep/Oct

Yet to be updated

Sikkim

Sep/Oct

Oct/Nov

Rajasthan

Sep/Oct

Oct/Nov

Orissa

July/Aug

October

Nagaland

Sep/Oct

Oct/Nov

Meghalaya

Sep/Oct

Oct/Nov

Manipur

Sep/Oct

September

MP

Sep/Oct

Yet to be updated

Lakshadweep

Sep/Oct

Oct/Nov

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TET Exam pattern

There are two papers of the TET exam - Paper I and Paper II.

  • Candidates, who want to become teachers at primary level (for classes I-V), need to take paper I. In this paper, four subjects will be covered - Child development and pedagogy, Mathematics, Environment studies, Language-I and Language-II. There will be 150 multiple choice type questions and the maximum marks will be 150.
  • Candidates, who want to become a teacher at the middle level (for classes VI-VIII), need to appear at Paper II. The subjects covered under this paper include Child development and Pedagogy, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language I and Language II. There will be 150 questions and maximum marks will be 150. There is no negative marking for these two papers.

TET Preparation Tips

The TET exam is not as easy as pie. The aspirants need to work very hard and be scoring in the exam. There are different pass marks for different states for this exam.  Candidates are finally selected according to the merit list that depends on the cut off marks and number of vacancies.


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