The application forms for the Madhya Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (MP TET) 2021 closes today i.e. December 28, 2021. Candidates who aspire to appear for the examination should apply through online mode as soon as possible as there shall be no further extensions to apply for the same. The candidates who qualify the exam will be qualified to become teachers at primary and upper primary schools of Madhya Pradesh. The application form can be found in the official website of Professional Examination Board (PEB) of Madhya Pradesh at peb.mp.gov.in.
Steps to apply for the examination.
Step 1 : Visit the official website of the MP Professional Examination Board http://www.peb.mp.gov.in.
Step 2: Click on the Online Form tab on the homepage.
Step 3: Create a profile in the PEB website by clicking the Login tab and signing up, ignore this step if the candidate already has a profile.
Step 4: Obtain the registration number by logging in,
Step 5: On the same page click on apply for the MP TET 2021 tab.
Step 6: On the next page enter the registration number of the candidate along with date of birth to register for the exam.
Step 7: Fill in all the required details.
Step 8: Pay the application fee.
Step 9: Submit the application form and take a printout of the confirmation page.
The candidates must have a bachelor’s degree and a B.Ed degree or the equivalent qualifications prescribed by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board to be eligible to apply for the exam. For details regarding the qualifications, the candidates should check the official website of PEB.
The candidates with the prescribed qualifications who are aged above 21 years can apply for the exam. The application fee of ₹600 is applicable for candidates from unreserved categories. For candidates from reserved categories, the application fee is ₹300. The fee must be paid online. The candidates who successfully submit the application will have an option to edit the application form until January 2, 2022.
The exam is of a duration of 150 minutes which is conducted in offline mode. There will be a total of 150 questions with 1 mark each. Also, there will be no negative marking in the MP TET exam. Candidates who score 60% or more aggregate marks in the exam will qualify the MP TET. For candidates from reserved categories there is a relaxation of 10% marks.