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MAHATET Result 2017 declared – Exam date 22 July 2017

MAHA TET Result has been uploaded on the official website of the council at mahatet.in The result shall be uploaded on the candidate’s login account

MAHATET Result 2017 declared / Check Maharashtra TET Results held on 22 July 2017

MAHATET Result 2017 has been declared online. MAHA TET Result has been uploaded on the official website of the council at mahatet.in The result shall be uploaded on the candidate’s login account. To get access to the account, candidate will have to provide his/her Registration Number and Password. Then after filling the captcha digits, the MAHA TET 2017 Result will be displayed on the computer screen.

Check Result: Click here to check result for  MAHA TET 2017.

NOTE– Any candidate who passes MAHA TET 2017 Examination, is not directly or indirectly entitled to get the job. The vacancies will be filled by only those candidates who clear the exam and secure the minimum cut off marks. MAHA TET is a State Level Examination that determines the suitability of a candidate for being accepted as class teachers of Primary Class 1- 5 and Upper Primary Classes 6-8. In order to be considered eligible for recruitment in 2017, candidate must appear for the MAHA TET Exam. A candidate’s recruitment in a school depends on the recruitment policy of that respective school. It is also possible that the school may hold Interview rounds for selecting candidates.

Minimum Marks requirement

To be declared qualified, a candidate must obtain the minimum marks set by the council. Now you must be wondering about the Minimum marks criteria. According to News 18, around 2.9 Lakh candidates appeared for the exam. A candidate from Scheduled Caste, Schedule Tribe, Nomadic Tribe, Special Backward Class must secure at least 55% marks and the candidates from General category must secure minimum 60% marks. Candidates who secure these marks, they will get passing certificates. Passing certificate issuance does not mean that the candidate will get the job. Recruitment policies of colleges/ Universities for which the candidate appears may vary.For a more clear explanation, we have presented the data in a tabular form.

Category Percentage of Marks

Category Percentage of Marks Total Marks Required
General 60% 90
SC/ ST/ OBC/ PH/ FF/ Dependent / Ex-Serviceman 55% 83

Validity of Maharashtra TET is for 7 years. Exam is conducted as vacancies offered by the Government. Candidate who pass the paper get the Teacher Eligibility Test certificates. Already indicated, this certificate is valid for 7 years from the date of issue. A candidate who is not satisfied with his marks obtained earlier may appear for the TET again to improve the marks. According to the criteria, the passing certificates will be issued by Government of India.

 Pass percentage drops :

According to Indian express report, Over 2.76 lakh aspirants, including teachers and teaching aspirants, appeared for the TET on July 22. The TET comprises Paper I and II, where the first is for candidates who wish to teach Class I to V, the second is for those applying to teach Class VI to VIII.
This year, of the 1,58,250 candidates who had appeared for the TET in all three mediums, 4.27 per cent cleared Paper I, while 2.30 per cent i.e. 2,732 of 1,18,561 candidates cleared Paper II.

Results for the Marathi exam are usually the ‘best’.

However, this year, 4.06 per cent cleared Paper I and 2.47 per cent cleared Paper II. It means that 6,529 of the 1,42,051 candidates cleared Paper I and 2,696 of 1,08,972 candidates cleared Paper II.

In the exams conducted for English-medium schools, 2.02 per cent i.e. 104 of 5,952 candidates passed Paper I, while 0.44 per cent i.e. only 23 of 5,187 candidates passed Paper II.

While, in Urdu-medium exams, 1.18 per cent i.e. 130 of 11,047 candidates, cleared Paper I and barely 13 of 4,402 candidates cleared Paper II, making it the exams with the least pass percentage — 0.30.

According to officials, over the years, the results for TET have been consistently poor in the state, indicating either a difficult paper, stringent correction standards or poor quality of candidates appearing for the tests.

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