Candidates of Uttar Pradesh dreaming to be Government Teachers will have to wait for a while. UP Assistant Teacher / Sahayak Shiksha exam was due to be held on March 12, 2018, but has been canceled. The government decided to postpone the exam following the High Court’s order to re-evaluate UP TET 2017 result.

Sahayak Shiksha Bharti 2018 for 68500 posts is only open for those candidates who possess B.Ed degree and have qualified Teacher Eligibility Test. The result of TET was announced last year and as per it out of 9.76 lakh, 89803 candidates qualified. Following the announcement of the UP TET result, the student filed an appeal in the High Court for incorrect questions.


High Court also asked the conducting authority the reason for not including Urdu as optional language.

They demanded that out of 150 questions, 14 are incorrect. A committee of experts examined the question paper and answers and confirmed the allegation by the students to be true. Following it, on March 06, 2018, HC directed the government to remove those 14 question, give bonus mark to the candidates, and then announce the result of UP TET again.

HC gave the government one month to do to announce fresh result. Until it is Declared, UP Sahayak Shiksha Pariksha cannot be held.

Under TET 2017, 47975 qualified for the Primary teacher post and for 41888 Secondary Teacher. For Sahayak Sahayak Bharti Pariksha total of 120846 candidates has registered. The re-evaluation of the result will be good for some and might also be bad for many but it will be the fair judgment.

Candidates aspiring for Sahayak Sahayak Bharti Pariksha need not stress too much. As soon as the result for TET will be re-announced, a fresh date for UP Assistant Teacher 2018 will be disclosed.

The exam will be of three hours and the candidates will have to solve 150 questions. The question paper will be provided in Hindi and English language and will be of 150 marks. The questions will be asked from General English / Hindi / Sanskrit, Science, Mathematics, Environment & Social Study, Teaching Skills, Child Psychology, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Reasoning, Information Technology, and Life Skill / Management & Attitude.

The weight of Language is 40 marks, whereas, the current affair will be of 30 marks, science/teacher skill/child psychology / environmental & social / life skill will be of 10 marks each the mathematics of 20 marks, el studies of 10 marks, and information tech and reasoning for 5 marks.

The selection of the candidates in the examination will be done on the basis of score, compared with the cutoff. The minimum qualifying marks in the exam, for the General and OBC category, is 67, i.e. 45%. Candidates belonging to SC or ST category need to secure a minimum of 60 marks, i.e. 40%. All the best to all the candidates. If you have any question or queries, leave a comment below.