The test of 2017 TET examination was released on Thursday after two months from the date of examination. Earlier TET had happened in 2011. This time there is considerable reduction in results. This time compared to 2011, Bihar Board President Anand Kishore said that this competition is a competition and the better teachers passing in it will go to schools. There is a better result for quality education.
38 years maximum age range
It is worth mentioning that there are two papers in the Bihar TET. The first paper is for classes 1 to class 5th. Therefore, the age of the candidate should be at least 18 years. There is a second paper for classes 6th to 8th, for which the minimum age is 21 years fixed. While the maximum age of TET has been kept for 35 to 38 years.
12 percent women passed
In one to 5th, 17379 and 76373 women in the 6th to 8th had joined the examination. In this way, 93752 female candidates were included in both the examinations. 11186 passed out of this. That is, the percentage of having them is 11.92 per cent.
16.07 percent examinees were successful in one-fifth class
49488 candidates had registered for joining the TET exam from one to the 5th grade. 43794 candidates were included in the examination. In this, the percentage of success of total examinations was 16.07. In this, the results of 1954 candidates were canceled. The number of candidates getting passed is 7038. At the same time, the number of candidates who have failed has been 34791. Ten students were expelled from the examination.
17.84 percent examinees were successful in the sixth to 8th
In the TET, the success percentage of the test takers in the eligibility examination of class VIII is 17.84. In order to join this examination, 1 lakh 91 thousand 164 examinees were registered. It included 1 lakh 68 thousand 761 candidates. In this 30113 candidates were successful. In this, 1 lakh 29 thousand 234 candidates have failed. The result of the highest number of 9297 examinations of the VIII to VIII has been canceled. In this, three examiners have been expelled from the examination.
Rejected incorrect question and issued results
Cutoff was issued by removing the wrong question asked in the examination. But the Bihar Board President could not say how many questions have been removed in the subject. He said that the cut-off was done by removing the issues which were wrong. Although the marks of the candidates were seen, a cut-off of 140 marks has been issued in the sixth to 8th grade.