Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) is going to release the REET admit card 2021 soon on the official portal, reetbser21. com. As per media reports, the expected date for the release of the REET admit card is September 16, 2021. REET (Rajasthan Eligibility Exam for Teachers) 2021 is scheduled for September 26, 2021.
As of now, the exam date has been confirmed by the education minister but, there is no official notification regarding the speculated date of admit card release. The candidates who successfully qualify for the REET 2021 by scoring marks equivalent to 60% of the total marks will stand a chance to get recruited within the 31,000 3rd grade teacher vacancies across the state. The validity period for the REET 2021 is 3 years from the date of the release of the exam result.
Find the steps mentioned below to download the REET admit card 2021 from the official website:
Step 1: Visit the official website of BSER, reetbser21.com.
Step 2: Search for the REET admit card link on the important download section and click the same.
Step 3: On the next page, number/challan, name, class level, date of birth, and mother’s name, then press the login button.
Step 4: Check out the details available on the REET admit card 2021 and save a copy of the same on the device.
The candidates who have lost their REET challan number or registration number can retrieve the same from the official website. For this, they need to click on forgot registration/challan number and proceed. On the next page, candidates have to mention their candidate name, date of birth, mother’s name, and class level. They can note down the registration or challan number available on the next page for future reference.
REET 2021 is an offline test held for level 1 and level 2 held for a duration of 150 minutes for around 150 questions. Level 1 is going to have questions on child development and pedagogy, language 1, language 2, mathematics, and environmental studies. While, level 2 will have questions based on child development and pedagogy, language 1, language 2, mathematics, and science or social studies. Candidates have to appear in either one subject amongst mathematics and science or social studies. Each subject will account for 30 questions in levels 1 and 2 but, in level 2, the last subject will have 60 questions instead of 30 questions.