htet exam date 2016

htet exam date 2016

Htet exam date 2016
Moreover, the candidates who are willing to get the photocopy of OMR sheet need to pay Rs 500.
The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) had conducted the exam on June 18.

HTET Level 3 Exam 2015 which was successfully held in various examination centres across all over Haryana state now officially has been cancelled. Yes! A big news is coming from the HBSE Board that HTET Level 3 Paper has been cancel due to some cheating reason in the examination centres.
HTET Paper Cancelled News 2015, HTET Level-3 New Exam Date 2016

Htet exam date 2016
Jind DC and SP cross examined all the accused. An SIT headed by DSP Dinesh Yadav has been constituted by IG Hisar Range.
After inquiry from them, the police have taken three examinees including two women candidates in to custody. These three people have been identified as Hanskaur, Kavita and Sandeep. All the three accused were taken in to custody when they were coming out of the examination centre after taking HTET.

  1. Firstly, visit the official website which is
  2. Look for the HTET Level 3 Result 2016 for Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test Level 3 Post Graduate Teacher Exam held on 18th June 2016.
  3. Click on the link to go to Result Checking Page.
  4. Fill your Registration ID or Roll Number.
  5. Then enter the Password or the Date of Birth (DOB) in a prescribed format.
  6. Submit your correct information and you will be able to see your HTET PGT Scores 2016
  7. Your HTET June 2016 Result will be displayed on the computer screen.
  8. Check your Result and note it down for reference.
  9. You can also download the HTET Level 3 PGT Result 2016 and take a printout of your Result for record.
  10. Candidates should also check HTET Level 3 PGT Merit List 2016.

To check the HTET June 2016 Result candidates need to follow the below mentioned steps:

The national Ministry of Human Resource Development entrusted responsibility for conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) to the CBSE, Delhi, which conducts the CTET twice a year. [5] The CTET is held in 20 Indian languages. [6] Approximately 14 lakh candidates apply to sit the examination. [7] The thirteenth edition of CTET was held on 8 December 2019 in 110 Indian cities. [8]
Candidates must score a minimum of 60% to become CTET Qualified, and the certificate is valid for seven years. Successful candidates become eligible to apply for recruitment as teachers of Classes I to VIII in schools under the purview of the Central Government (KVS, NVS, Central Tibetan Schools, etc.), and schools under the administrative control of the union territories (UTs) of Chandigarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, and the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). The examination is demanding, with qualification rates of 1-14% in the exams held to date.