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Is RTET or REET same?

Is RTET or REET same?

First off, RTET and REET are the same. They are just different names for an exam that will land successful applicants for teachers’ jobs in Rajasthan. RTET means Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test, and REET stands for Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher.

What is REET exam used for?

Basically, the REET exam is conducted for the recruitment of teachers for two different levels, namely Level I or Primary Teacher and Level II or Upper Primary Teacher. Thus, those who clear REET become eligible for the post of teachers in classes 1-5 and classes 6-8 in schools and institutions of the state.

What is the full form of RTET?

REET (Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher) or RTET (Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test) is a state-level examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan annually for the recruitment of primary and upper primary teachers.

What is the level of REET exam?

REET exam is conducted for two levels i.e., level I and level II. The level I exam is for classes 01st to 05th (Primary teachers), and Level II is for classes 06th to 08th (Upper Primary Teachers). Candidates must go through the syllabus of the REET 2022 exam before starting their preparation.

Is REET valid for lifetime?

Now, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has announced that the validity of the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET) Certificate has been extended to a lifetime. This means the candidates who will appear in the REET Exam 2022 will get a REET certificate with lifetime validity.

WHO is conducting REET?

Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan
REET 2022 Exam Highlights

Exam Name Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (RTET) or Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher (REET)
Conducting Body Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (RBSE)
Exam Level State
Exam Frequency Once a year
Exam Mode Offline

Is REET exam tough?

The REET level 1 had 150 objective type questions of 150 marks from subjects such as child development pedagogy, language 1, language 2, mathematics and environmental studies. As per the REET analysis 2021 received for shift 2, the exam was moderately difficult.

Is CTET valid in Rajasthan?

Yes, the CTET certificate is valid for all the states, and the candidates may get a chance to secure a seat as Teachers in any of the Government schools. The candidates can apply in the State Government as well as Private schools as per the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).

What happens after clearing REET?

The applicants successfully clearing the REET 2022 examination candidates will get Eligibility to urge employment through TGT in Rajasthan.

How many vacancies are in REET?

REET 2022 Vacancy for Level 1 Exam

Post Name No. of Posts
General Education 5431
Special Education 72
TSP Area Vacancies 5503
Total 26,000

What is age limit for REET?

40 years
Minimum REET Age Limit Criteria: 18 years. Maximum REET Age Limit Criteria: Given below as per the category….REET Age Limit Criteria.

Category Age limit
General 40 years
SC/ST/OBC Relaxation of 10 years
Male EWS Relaxation of 5 years
Female EWS Relaxation of 10 years

What is rtet in Rajasthan?

Rajasthan Teachers Eligibility Test (RTET) is a filtering exam for the recruitment of teachers in various government schools in Rajasthan. It’s a state-level examination held by the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE). The Rajasthan TET 2022 is held as per the rules that are mentioned by the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE).

How to apply for rtet exam?

Eligible and interested candidate may apply for this test by online registration process from the official website. RTET exam paper will be having multiple choice questions, each carrying one mark with four alternatives. There will be no negative marking.

How many questions are there in rtet?

RTET is 90 minutes paper. Candidate needs to attend 150 objectives multiple choice questions comprising of five sections. RTET is 90 minutes paper. This Question Booklet is made up of four Sections: Section – I, II & III of 30-30 question each and Section IV is of 60 Questions.