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Latest Update:- Dear Candidates of PSTET 2020 Result Paper 1 & 2 Released Now Check Below official Link Available Here.
PSTET Exam is conducted by the Punjab government to recruit the teacher in the government schools. The PSTET Cut off Marks is usually pre-decided and mention in PSTET notification by the authority. These exam cut marks are not changed every year. It will fully depend on the candidate’s exam performance those candidates who get higher marks more than cut off marks. Here we are provided the cut off marks as given below mention in table form as per the PSTET notification.
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General Category candidates who attain more than 60% marks in the PSTET Exam are declared as passed. On the other hand, there is relaxation for OBC/SC/ST/PwD candidates; they need to score 55% marks in the PSTET Exam 2018.
Announcement of Punjab TET 2019 Results
Like the other Teacher Eligibility Tests that are conducted in other states, Punjab TET also comprises two exams, Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates will be recruited as teachers only if they clear the Punjab TET 2018. However, qualifying the examination does not ascertain the recruitment of the individual as several other factors are also considered. Those individuals who wish to start their career as a teacher in the schools of Punjab can find the eligibility criteria, examination pattern, important dates, and application process of Punjab TET 2018 in this article.
The merit list for PSTET 2020 Examination will be prepared after the compilation of the OMR Response Sheets. Using the answer key as a tool, PSTET officials will find the total scores of individuals as per marking scheme decided in PSTET 2020. Therefore, completing the evaluation process through right and wrong answers, the final result will be generated by the OMR scanning system. Thereafter comes the preparation of the merit list in place, which will be followed by:-
What is the validity of the Punjab TET Eligibility Certificate?
PSTET Results are released on 23rd March 2020.
Download the merit list for the Paper that you attempted, as the list will be different for Paper 1 and Paper 2. If your name or roll number is not present on the merit list, then it means you have not qualified for the next round and will have to apply for the exam again the next time when PSTET notification is out.