The Maharashtra State Council of Education will release the MAHA TET 2021 hall tickets tomorrow, i.e. October 26, 2021. Those candidates who have successfully applied for the test can download their hall tickets from the official website – mahatet.in. The hall ticket is an important document that must be carried on the examination day. MAHA TET 2021 examination will be conducted on November 21, 2021. The scheduled time for the examination is 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM.
To download the MAHA TET 2021 hall tickets tomorrow, visit the official website – mahatet.in. On the left-hand side of the screen, click on the ‘Log in (Examinee)’ link under the ‘MAHA TET 2021 Upakram (Pariksharthi)’ heading. Now, enter the TET Registration ID and Password in the ‘Login for Existing Registered Candidates’ box and click the ‘Submit’ button. The hall ticket of the candidate will be displayed. Download and take a printout of the same.
It must be noted that this method of downloading the hall tickets is based on the process that was followed in MAHA TET 2019. Hence, it is likely that the same process will be followed this time as well. So, candidates are advised to keep their TET Registration ID and Password along with other details ready to download the hall tickets as and when they are released tomorrow.
After downloading the hall tickets, candidates should crosscheck the details carefully. It contains important information such as candidate’s name, roll number, exam date and time, details of the examination centre, etc. Candidates must not forget to take a printout of the MAHA TET 2021 hall ticket and carry the same on the examination. Along with it, they must carry valid ID proof such as Aadhar card, voter ID, PAN card, etc. for verification purposes.
The MAHA TET 2021 examination has two papers namely Paper I and Paper II. A total of 150 questions will be asked in each paper and the duration will be 90 minutes. The questions will be MCQ-based. Paper I has five sections namely Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I, Language-II, Mathematics and Environmental Studies. A total of 30 sections will be asked from each section.
Similarly, Paper II of MAHA TET 2021 has four sections. Three of these sections are static and they are Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I and Language-II. These sections will have 30 questions each. The fourth section is optional as candidates have to choose either between Mathematics and Science or Social Studies. This section has 60 questions. Candidates can utilize this time and attempt 1-2 mock exams every day and also read both English and Marathi newspapers regularly.