Less than one per cent of the candidates who took the first-ever Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) in July, managed to clear it. Before you jump to conclusions, the State government wants aspirants to take another shot at it to establish their credentials.
Over six lakh had attempted papers I and II of the TET Exam, which was conducted by the Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB), the results for which were announced on Saturday. The pass score in each paper was 60 per cent.
Out of 2,83,806 candidates across the State who took TET Paper I, only 1,735 cleared it. That works out to just 0.61 per cent of aspirants making the cut. The performance in Paper II was worse, with a 0.19 per cent pass rate (713 out of 3,83,616 candidates). Only 83 candidates cleared both the papers together.
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