The Tripura TET 2021 exam for both papers i.e. T-TET Paper 1 and Paper 2 is postponed by the TRBT (Teacher Recruitment Board, Tripura). According to the official notice released today, now T-TET Paper 1 is scheduled for September 26, 2021, and T-TET Paper 2 is going to be held on October 03, 2021. The T-TET Admit Card is going to be available on the official website, trb.tripura.gov.in from September 07, 2021, 4 pm onwards. The candidates appearing for the exam need to download the same by September 16, 2021.
According to the recent notice, the postponement of the exam is been done such that candidates who have applied for TSR (Tripura State Rifles Recruitment) can appear in the exam scheduled on September 19, 2021. The official notice also reads that candidates need to enter their Registration number and password to check the admit card. Also, if any error or discrepancy is found in the admit card then, the same has to be rectified by September 20, 2021.
The Teacher Recruitment Board, Tripura conducts the TET exam twice a year at two levels. The TET Paper 1 is conducted to recruit candidates who are eligible to teach students from classes 1 to 5. While the Tripura TET Paper 2 is held for candidates who possess the required eligibility to teach students from classes 6 to 8. The candidates who successfully qualify for the exam are awarded the TET certificate and after this, they can apply for the post of teacher. The validity of the Tripura TET is a lifetime after the decision by the union government.
The Tripura T-TET Paper 1 or 2 is an offline test conducted across different centres of Tripura state. The number of questions asked in the exam is equivalent to 150 and the language of the paper is English and Bengali. The nature of the question asked in the exam will be multiple-choice based.
The questions in the T-TET Paper 1 are based on five subjects viz. Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I: English, Language II: Bengali or Kokborok, Mathematics and Environmental Studies. While the T-TET Paper 2 comprise questions from Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I: English, Language II: Bengali or Kokborok, Mathematics and Social Science/ Social Studies/Other subjects. For each correct answer, they will get 1 mark, while there is no negative marking for the wrong answer.
The minimum qualifying marks for the unreserved candidates in any of the two papers is 90 out of 150 marks. Same way, for SC/ST/PH candidates, the minimum mark is 83 out of 150 marks.