Teacher Recruitment Board Tripura (TRBT) has released the final answer key of Tripura TET 2018 on January 14, 2019. Tripura Teacher Eligibility Test (T TET) 2018 conducted on, December 30, 2018, in two shifts. The final answer key has been released in the form of a pdf file at trb.tripura.gov.in. The candidates appeared in the TET can check the answer key to estimate their score.
The exam had two papers, the Paper I was indicating the primary level, and paper II was indicating the upper primary level. TET was conducted in two shifts I (from 09.30 am to 12 noon), was occupied for the Paper I while Paper II was conducted in shift II (from 02.00 pm to 4.30 pm). For each paper there were three sets i.e. A, B, C. And TRBT has relased teh set wise answer key for each subject.
The answer key for each paper has been released separately. Both paper had 150 questions of 150 marks, which had to be completed in 02 and a half hour. In the paper I the questions were related to Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, and two languages. And in paper II the candidates had to answer the question asked from Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics and Science (For Mathematics and Science Teachers), Social Studies (For Social Studies Teachers). But the candidates who want to the teacher of any other subject then he/she had to choose any one of Maths & Science Or Social Studies.
Along with final answer key, a notice regarding answer key and result has been released. As per the notice, the final answer key has been released after considering the feedback of experts on the answer key. The provisional result will be released soon on the official website.[googleapps domain=”drive” dir=”file/d/1n24FSbOiAeEtwvjyrg2PwrUTn327d_lM/preview” query=”” width=”640″ height=”480″ /]
The result of Tripura TET will be depended on two major things, final answer key and minimum qualifying marks. In order to qualify the T TET the Board has defined the minimum marks for the candidates. The candidates (unreserved category) have to score minimum 60%, however, the SC/ST/PH category candidates are getting the relaxation of 5% in this criteria.