APTET Results 2018: Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test scores declared, check your grades on aptet.apcfss.in
The results for Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET) 2018 results were released on Monday by the state government. Aspirants can check the result on the government's official website aptet.apcfss.in
The results for Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET) 2018 were released on Monday by the state government. Aspirants can check the result on the government's official website aptet.apcfss.in.
These results were earlier slated to be announced on 16 March, but the Commissioner of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh decided to release the results three days later. According to The Times of India, the results were delayed as the education minister was not available on 16 March.
Aspirants can also expect the APTET Rank Card and APTET mark sheets along with the scores on Monday.
Here is how aspirants can check their results:
- Enter the website: aptet.apcfss.in.
- Towards the middle of the homepage, you will see a "Results" section in red, click on the link to be directed to the results page.
- A new tab will open where you will be able to check the result. Enter your Hall Ticket Number and Date Of Birth and click on "Get results" to see your grades.
- Take a printout of the results for future reference
The exam was held from 17 January 2018 to 27 January 2018. As per official statistics, as many as 4,46,833 candidates had registered for APTET 2018, out of which 4,10,828 candidates appeared in the examination. Official statistics also revealed that 1,71,052 candidates have appeared in Paper 1 while 1,81,304 appeared in Paper II Science and 58,472 have appeared in Paper II Social.
The Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET-December, 2017) is conducted by the Department of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh in all 13 districts of the state through a computer-based test. The objective is to ensure National Standards and benchmark of teaching quality in the recruitment process in accordance with the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).
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