AP TET Hall Tickets will Available from 31st January 2014 at aptet.cgg.gov.in
AP Government has given green signal for conducting AP TET Examination. This examination will be held on 9th February 2014. AP TET Hall Tickets will Available from 31st January 2014 at aptet.cgg.gov.in
Hyderabad: AP Government has given green signal for conducting AP TET Examination. This examination will be held on 9th February 2014. Since one year candidates were waiting for these examinations. Lakhs of candidates are depending on TET to get teachers jobs. Several private schools are rejecting to recruit candidates who do not have TET qualification. In Andhra Pradesh nearly 5lakh people were depending on TET to act as teachers.
Registration closed for this examination already closed. It is time to download the Hall tickets. Hall ticket is very important to write any examination. Officials declared that hall tickets for this examination will be available from 31st January 2014. Candidates who have applied for this examination need to download their hall ticket from the website of APTET i.e. aptet.cgg.gov.in. Help desks are arranged to support the students and clear the doubts of the students. For details information or to have any clarification candidates can call to help desks. Numbers of the help desks are 040- 23232340/ 23232349.
AP TET is conducting in 1975 centres in the state. It consists of two papers i.e. Paper I & Paper II. Candidates who wants to teach Class I to Class V, they have to write Paper I & Candidates who wants to teach Class VI to VIII; they have to write Paper II. Some of the candidates are interested to teach both Papers I & Paper II. Those candidates can write both Paper I & Paper II.
Questions paper consists of only multiple choice questions. Each question carries one mark. No negative marks for wrong answers. Time allotted for this examination is 2 ½ hours. Candidates who were preparing for Paper I need to concentrate on Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II English, Mathematics, Environmental Studies. Candidates who were appearing for Paper II need to concentrate on Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II English, Mathematics and science or Social Studies.