Maharashtra TET Result 2017 MAHA TET Result Merit List Cut Off Marks

Maharashtra TET Result 2017

Maharashtra TET Result 2017 has Been Announced.The Maharashtra State Teacher Eligibility Test is the entry point for all those aspirants looking forward to making a career in teaching. This test is conducted by the Maharashtra State Council of Examinations, Pune with an objective to assess the suitability of candidates for teaching in primary classes (Classes I to V) and upper primary classes (Classes VI to VIII) in the state of Maharashtra.

 

Termed as MahaTET, this examination has two papers, conducted twice every academic year – Paper I for teaching aspirants of Classes I to V and Paper II for teaching aspirants of Classes VI to VIII. These papers consist of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and each question carries 1 mark. An applicant can appear multiple times in the examination; there are no restrictions on the same. The validity period of a TET certificate is 7 years from the date of issue.

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In 2017, the examination was conducted on 22nd July, and applicants are now eagerly waiting for the MahaTET result. We will have to wait for some more time before the final merit list is declared; however, with the answer key uploaded on the website, applicants can get a fair idea about their score. The minimum marks required to be qualified in this examination is as follows:

Category Minimum % of Marks Total Marks
General 60% 90
SC / ST / OBC 55% 83

 

The final merit list shall be available on www.mahatet.in, and applicants shall have to log-in through their registered number and password. Certain captcha details shall have to be entered and submitted for the final result page to be displayed. It is expected that the final result shall be declared sometime during September / October.

 

We understand that the wait for the final merit list is a nail-biting process, and we offer our best wishes to all the aspirants. However, applicants who have failed to clear the examination or have secured low marks need not worry. As mentioned earlier, there is no restriction on the maximum number of attempts for this examination as long as you are fulfilling the qualification criteria. Stay tuned to this website for more details!

 

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