TSTET 2017: Final answer keys to be released on 29 July, download at tstet.cgg.gov.in

The final answer keys of Teacher Eligibility Test (TSTET) will be released by the Department of School Education Hyderabad on 29 July, 2017.  Candidates who have appeared for the exams can download the answer keys from the official website www.tstet.cgg.gov.in .

Representational image. AFP

Representational image. AFP

According to The Indian Express report the department has already published initial answer keys of all language sets on the website and the candidates can submit the objections from 25 July. The report further added that the last date to submit objections is 27 July by 5 pm.

According to India Today report, TSTET's Paper I was conducted on 24 July in 1,574 centres across the state, from 9:30 am to 12 pm and the second paper was conducted from 2:30 pm to 5 pm and according to The Hindu, first paper registered 88.59 percent attendance while second paper registered 90.09 percent.

According to CNN-News18, TSTET conducts Paper I for candidates for primary classes from Class I to Class V and Paper II is conducted for candidates who will be eligible to teach Class VI to Class VIII.

The report further added that once the results are released, the candidates who score 60 percent (General Category), 50 percent (OBC) and 40 percent (SC / ST / PH) will be given a certificate that they need to keep for at least seven years from 23 July, 2017.


Updated Date: Jul 25, 2017 16:26 PM

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