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    Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    I have completed my B.Sc Biochemistry and B.Ed (Physical-Science) and i have finished M.Sc Biochemistry.am i eligible to write TET exam? if i clear the exam will our government appoint me as a Teacher in government school?also i have completed my B.A English double degree am i want to do one more B.Ed for this English or already completed B.Ed is applicable for this degree ? kindly clear my doubts .thank you.

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    anamikagovindrao is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    The eligibility for TET exam is
    1.Indian Origin
    2.Graduate from any stream minimum of 50 % marks
    3.Hold a B.ED degree.
    Your already completed B.Ed degree is enough for you to be eligible for this exam.
    All the best.

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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    Hello Dear,
    First of all I would like to clear your doubt that whether you have to do B.Ed again or not ,as you have mentioned that you have already done B.Ed in Physical Science?
    The answer to your question would be Yes if you want to be appointed as Trained Graduate Teacher(TGT-English) otherwise you need not to do B.Ed again if you want to be appointed as (TGT-Science) or Post Graduate Teacher(PGT) after completion of your M.Sc (Biochemistry) ,as you have mentioned that you have already done Bachelor in Education(B.Ed) in Physical Science.

    Nowadays you have to Clear Sate Teacher Eligibility Test(STET) conducted by State Board of School Education or Central Teacher Eligibility Test(CTET) conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education ,to be appointed as Teacher in any Government School as well as Private School.

    The Eligibility Conditions to become Trained Graduate Teacher are Given below.
    Graduation and passed or appearing in final year of 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education(by whatever name known).
    or
    Graduation with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1-year Bachelor in Education(B.Ed).
    or
    Graduation with at least 45% marks and passed or appearing in 1-year Bachelor in Education(B.Ed),in accordance with the NCTE(Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations issued from time to time in this regard.
    or
    Senior Secondary(or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in fianl year of 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education(B.El.Ed).
    or
    Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in final year of 4-year B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed.
    or
    Graduation with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1-year B.Ed(Special Education).


    To be Eligible for Post Graduate Teacher you mus have secured at least 50% marks in Post Graduation Course.

    Refer the website of (CTET)Central board of Secondary Education for all the information related to CTET.(http://ctet.nic.in/ctetnovwebsite/index.html) which is more or less equivalent to STET,as you have not mentioned the state in which you want to become teacher after clearing STET Exam,so you may find the details of Haryana State Eligibility Test at this link.(http://www.hbse.ac.in/index.php?opti...=88&Itemid=146).

    National Council for Teacher Education(NCTE) is a statutory Council of the Government of India for overhauling the system of teacher education in India.It is also a recognition /grant giving agency and B.Ed course which you have done from any institution/university department must be recognized by NCTE.
    List of Institutes offering B.Ed Course in various states ,which are recognized by NCTE, can be searched at this link.(http://www.ncte-india.org/recoginst.htm)

    Hope the information help you.
    Best of Luck

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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    TET stands for Teacher Eligibility Test and this is conducted by state government.

    It was introduced by indian government for improving standard of teaching.



    ELIGIBILTY FOR TET:

    1.All the graduates can appear the exam.
    (B.Sc,B.A,B.Com,B.Ed)

    2. A candidate has to score 60% to clear the eligibility test.

    Yes you are eligible for TET. You can appear the Test conducted every year by govt. of india.

    Thank You


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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    I have completed my B.Sc Biochemistry and doing B.Ed (Physical-Science) and i have finished M.Sc.,M.Phil Biochemistry.am i eligible to write TET exam? if i clear the exam will our government appoint me as a Teacher in government school?pls reply me whether i am eligible.

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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    i finished my b.ed in physical science but my degree is biochemistry lafter i have finished english degree am i eligible for tet ori have to do again b.ed degree in english? please answer me.

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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    Dear friends .................................................. ..............

    Yes, you can eligible for TET.

    For this course required B.ed degree.

    TET Stands for Teachers Eligibility Test.

    TET Exam is conducted by the respective state boards for the recruitment of Teachers in Governmental Schools/Colleges.

    The Eligibility Criteria for TET Exam :

    In order to appear in TET exam you should have to complete your graduation from a recognized university and you must have B.Ed degree.

    There is no upper age limit for this exam.

    Also there is no limit for no. of attempts.

    You have to score minimum 60 percent in the TET test to qualify for teaching jobs.

    Exam pattern -:

    There are two papers with objective type questions.

    Each paper consist of 150 questions.

    This is the information i have to the best of my knowledge regarding your query.

    Hope the information will help you to the extent you want.



    All the best

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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    i am bsc biochemistry bed am i eligible for tntet exam paper 2 please answer my question. thanking you

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    Re: Eligibility for TET exam. Am i eligible for TET exam after B.Sc in Biochemistry and B.Ed in Physical Science?

    Dear,
    ==Elegebility criteria==

    i.You have to acquired the academic and professional qualifications specified in the NCTE Notification

    ii. person who is have done any of the teacher education courses (recognized by the NCTE or the RCI) specified in the NCTE Notification ..

    iii. The eligibility condition for appearing in TET may be relaxed in respect of a State.

    For more Info: www.ncte-india.org/

    Thank You!!!!!!

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