Today, Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB), conducted the MP Vyapam High School Teacher examination from 09:30 am to 12 pm. The examination was conducted for the Geography subject. After the exam, the answer key of MP Vyapam High School TET released, by some coaching institute and educational experts etc. The candidates who have appeared in the examination can check the answer key now.
The High school teacher recruitment examination in MP is being conducted by the Vyapam board from February 01 to 11, 20019 on various subjects. Every day the board will conduct the examination in one or two shifts. Tomorrow the examination for Hindi will be held in two shifts.
The candidates appeared for the Geography examination at reporting time specified in their admit card. It was mandatory to carry the admit card for gaining the entry in the examination hall.
As per the examination scheme, each candidate has to attempt one paper of 150 marks, in which two parts are there i.e. A, B. Part A is common for all the candidates in which candidates have to answer 50 MCQ from child development pedagogy, General Hindi and English, General Awareness, Quantitative and Reasoning ability. Whereas in part B, the candidates have to attempt the 100 MCQ from the elective subject.
The board has provided 16 options to choose from as elective subjects: Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Urdu, Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Home Science, Commerce, History, Geography, Political Science, Economics, Agriculture, Sociology.
Since Board is conducting the examination in several days, so for the normalization of marks in part A, i6t will use the normalization formula.
Very soon the Board will publish the provisional answer key for the examination at peb.mp.gov.in. Along with releasing the answer key, it will invite the candidates’ response to the answer key. After the careful consideration on the answer key, MP Vyapam board will release the final answer key.
In order to qualify the examination, the Board has decoded the minimum qualifying marks. On the basis of minimum qualifying marks, the result will be released. The candidates have to obtain 60% marks in order to qualify the exam, for the candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC/PWD candidates have to secure minimum 50% marks.