Assam TET Re-Evaluation Result 2021 Declared, Download Lower Primary, Upper Primary TET Result Here

The Assam TET Re-Evaluation Result 2021 for Teacher Eligibility Test has been declared on the official website, ssa.assam.gov.in by Axom Sarba Siksha Abhiyan on January 28, 2022. The result has been declared for the candidates who took the Assam TET exam on October 31, 2021. Candidates who took the exam can access their Assam TET re-evaluation results by logging in using their application number and password.

 
Assam TET Re-Evaluation Result 2021 Declared

The Assam TET result includes information including the candidate's name, roll number, subject-wise exam marks, and final qualifying status. The concerned authorities will provide an Assam TET certificate to those who successfully obtain more than or equal to the minimum qualifying marks in either or both paper 1 and paper 2. Candidates should click on the direct link and follow the steps to download the Assam TET Result 2021 provided below.

Assam TET Re-Evaluation Result 2021

Exam Assam Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)
Organiser Axom Sarba Siksha Abhiyan
Exam Date 2021 October 31, 2021
Result Date 2021 January 28, 2022
Official Website ssa.assam.gov.in

Assam TET Re-Evaluation Result 2021: How To Check And Download

Step 1: Go to ssa.assam.gov.in, which is SSA Assam's official website.

Step 2: On the homepage, select the link for the Teacher Eligibility Test results.

Step 3: On the login page, enter your application number and password.

Step 4: Check the Assam TET Result 2021 in detail and keep a hard copy for future reference.

Click Here To Check Assam TET Re-Evaluation Result 2021

Candidates who have forgotten their Assam TET password can retrieve it from the official login page. They must enter the application number and cellphone number and then click the login option to do so. Candidates will get the correct password on their registered mobile number.

The Assam TET exam is conducted to appoint Lower Primary and Upper Primary teachers in Assam's various schools. The minimum qualifying marks for both papers have already been set by the board, i.e. for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates must score 60 percent of the total marks allocated to the examination in order to pass one of the two or both examinations. After passing the exam, they would be given an Assam TET certificate, allowing them to work as lower primary and upper primary teachers in the state.

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