Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (RBSE) has released a notification for the upcoming REET 2022 examination on the official website. As per that, the REET 2022 application form filling shall commence from April 18 to May 18. The REET 2022 examination is expected to be held for filling at least 62000 vacancies in the state. The notice also stated that the REET 2022 exam shall be held in the month of July 2022. The board has not yet announced any tentative date for conducting the examination.
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Meghna Chaudhary, RBSE, Secretary has announced that candidates are exempted to pay any application fee while filling the REET 2022 application form for either of the levels. She also shared that, the board is reluctant to conduct the examination tentatively on July 23 and 24. However, in case, the exam centers are not available, the exam date can be shifted to a future date. The board will announce the final date of the REET 2022 exam once the same has been decided.
Furthermore, the board has notified that the registration link for the REET 2022 exam will be made available as a link on reetraj2022 on the official website rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET) is an annual examination held in the state for recruiting teachers at level 1 or 2 in the schools of Rajasthan. Earlier, the validity of the certificate was 3 years however the same has been now increased to lifetime. Apart from this, this examination is now just an eligibility test and nothing more than that. Candidates who clear the REET 2022 examination are given appointments as teachers in level 1 (primary) and level 2 (upper primary) in different schools in Rajasthan. Candidates can find the official syllabus and REET exam pattern on the official website, rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
Earlier, last year, the examination was conducted by the board. However, citing the alleged paper leak, the recruitment process for REET level 2 was scrapped. Candidates who successfully cleared the level 1 examination have now been summoned to appear in the document verification conducted by the board. Whereas, the government has ordered to conduct REET Level 2 again. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had guaranteed a stricter recruitment process, more vacancies and had called for anti-cheating measures in the re-conducting of the examination.