Telangana TSTET Admit Card 2017 released at; Download TSTET Hall Ticket

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Telangana TSTET Admit Card 2017 released at; Download TSTET Hall Ticket
Telangana TSTET Admit Card 2017 released at; Download TSTET Hall Ticket

New Delhi : Telangana TSTET Admit Card 2017: The admit cards for the Telangana State Teacher Eligibility Test 2017 have been released on its official website  The Telangana State government is scheduled to conduct TS Teacher Eligibility Test (TS TET) on 23rd July 2017. Candidates who have applied for the Exam can download the admit cards from Official Portal 

Telangana State Government released notification and invited online applications for the Teacher Eligibility Test for the recruitment of 8,792 posts. About 31,759 candidates are going to appear for the examination. Paper-I would be conducted from 9.30 am to 12.00 am and Paper-II from 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm. As many as 95 centres are established for the convenience of the students.

This year the application process of TSTET 2017 starts to begin from June. Candidates need to clear two exams that carry 150 marks and has to complete within the duration of two and a half hours.

The general candidates need to score 60 percent and above to qualify, OBC candidates need 50 percent marks. Students belonging to SC, ST as well as the physically challenged categories need 40 percent marks to qualify for the Teacher Eligibility Test.

Steps to Download Telangana TSTET Admit Card 2017:

1.Visit the official website or the direct link provided below.

2.The homepage will be displayed.

3.Click on Telangana TSTET Admit Card 2017.

4.Enter all the required details in the provided fields.

5.Click on submit button.

6.The hall ticket will appear on the screen.

7.Download/ Take a printout for further reference.

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