The Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB) is expected to declare the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) 2022 exam results on February 25. Candidates can check their UPTET score at updeled.gov.in. The exam was conducted on January 23 for Paper 1 (class 1 to 5) and Paper 2 (class 6 to 8). The UPBEB is likely to release the final answer key today at the official website. The UPBEB will provide the qualifying candidates with an eligibility certificate.
How to check the UPTET 2022 result?
Step 1: Go to the website updeled.gov.in.
Step 2: Scroll down and find ‘Candidate Services’ tab.
Step 3: Under the tab, click on ‘UPTET Result Login’.
Step 4: Now, enter the Registration number and One Time Password to login.
Step 5: Click on ‘Show/ Print Results’ tab.
Now the results will be displayed on the screen. Candidates will be able to view their score and see if they have qualified the exam.
UPTET 2022 Expected Cut-off
These are the cut-off marks for the different categories in the last year exam.
|OBC/ SC/ ST||55% (82)|
UPTET Result 2022
The UPTET result will be available at updeled.gov.in on February 25. The results are prepared based on the final answer key. Candidates who secure the minimum qualifying mark will be awarded with an eligibility certificate by the government. The UPTET eligibility certificate has a lifetime validity and can be used to apply for the position of teachers at various schools. The recruitment will be based on the UPTET score, experience and the candidate’s performance in the recruitment process.
UPTET Answer Key
The final answer keys for both the papers will most probably be released today. Candidates can use this final answer key to calculate their rough UPTET score, according to the marking scheme. There are a total of 150 objective type questions in the paper. Each question carries 1 mark and there is no negative marking.The provisional answer keys were released on January 27 and the candidates were given the opportunity to challenge the answer key. Thus, the final answer key is prepared on the basis of the objections received from the candidates along with any required modifications.