Maharashtra State Examination Council, Pune, recently issued a public notice announcing the postponement of the MAHA TET 2021 examination. Previously, the Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test (MAHA TET) 2021 examination was going to be conducted on October 30, 2021. However, the exam has now been postponed by almost three weeks and shall be held on November 21, 2021. Council authorities also specified the reasons behind postponement as well as the revised schedule for all exam-related activities. Candidates can read ahead to know more.
According to the public notice, the Doglur-Biloli Vidhansabha Constituency Elections are going to take place in the last week of October 2021. With previous exam date, the two events were going to clash, causing a major inconvenience to candidates living in that area and appearing for the MAHA TET 2021 examination. Taking this into consideration, the council decided on rescheduling the eligibility test to November 21, 2021.
Candidates who have registered for the MAHA TET 2021 examination can download their admit cards at any time from October 26 to November 21, 2021. However, they are advised to not wait for the last moment. Since this hall ticket will act as an entry ticket to the exam centre, it must be printed or downloaded well in-advance. Candidates can download their MAHA TET 2021 admit cards from the official website mahatet.in.
As everyone is well aware of, the MAHA TET 2021 examination will be divided into two papers – Paper I and Paper II. While both papers will be held on the same date, their timings will differ. Paper I will be conducted from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm while Paper II will be held from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Candidates interested in teaching classes 1-5 must appear for Paper I while those wishing to teach classes 6-8 must give the second paper.
Just for a candidate’s reference, ONLY the exam schedule has changed due to clashes with constituency elections. Apart from this, no changes have been introduced in the paper pattern, syllabus or exam mode. So, there’s nothing to worry or panic about. Instead, candidates must be elated to have received close to a month’s time to prepare for the state eligibility test.
As per experts, a month’s time is enough to revise the entire portion and focus on the vulnerable or difficult topics. Candidates are advised to use this precious time smartly by solving 1-2 mock exams every day and reading both English and Marathi newspapers daily. By following these tips, candidates will be able to revise their syllabus quickly and get a good grasp over both languages.