Haryana TET 2020: BSEH to release Admit Cards today, here is how to download

Board of School Education, Haryana, shall likely activate on 23rd December 2020 Haryana TET 2020 Admit Cards for the Candidates appearing in Haryana Teacher's Eligibility Test 2020. The Candidates appearing in Haryana TET 2020 may download their respective Haryana TET-2020 Admit Cards through Candidate's Log-in.

By SC Sharma, Updated : Dec 23, 2020 15:58 IST
Haryana TET 2020: BSEH to release Admit Cards today, here is how to download
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Haryana TET 2020 Admit Card: The Board of School Education, Haryana issued Haryana TET 2020 Admit Cards for Level I / II / III are available for download beginning on the 23rd Date of December 2020 onwards.  The Candidates appearing in Haryana Teacher's Eligibility Test-2020 slated to be held on the 2nd and 3rd Dates of January 2021 may download their respective Haryana TET 2020 Admit Card by Candidate's Log-in through BSEH Website. 

Haryana TET - 2020 Admit Card downloaded from BSEH Haryana TET Admit Card Link by the Candidates will be in 02 Parts.  One Part will have the Information in relation to the Examination including Center, Venue, Date of Reporting, and the other part would contain Brief Instrucitons.  The Candidates must ensure that Haryana TET 2020 Admit Card is intact with the Most Recent Passport-size Photo affixed in the space displayed on the Admit Cards. 

The Candidates, coupled with the Haryana TET Admit Card and Documents, must carry Self-Declaration on CoViD-2019 by mentioning CoViD Negative / CoViD Asymptomatic / CoViD Symptomized.  None of the Candidates without these Documentary Proof would be allowed to appear in Haryana TET 2020.

The Board of School Education, Haryana shall host Haryana TET 2020 strictly in compliance with the Ministry of Home Affairs issued CoViD-2019 Guidelines Standard Operating Procedures explained. OMR-based Haryana TET-2020 would be conducted in Social-Distanced Seating Arrangement with the Candidates having 03-Ply Face Masks, with PPE Hand Gloves donned.  Proper arrangements for Space and Hand-sanitization would be made in the interest of the safety of the Staff and the Candidates. 

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Haryana TET 2020: The Board of School Education, Haryana shall conduct the Haryana TET 2020 in different seatings for Level - I, Level - II and Level-III.  Haryana TET-2020 with 2½ Hours or 150 Minutes Exam Span shall comprise 150 Objective-Type Multiple Choice Questions for 150 Marks with No Negative Marking involved therein.  Each Part comprises 30 Multiple-Choice Questions of Objective Type. 

Level - I Primary Teacher (PRT) Examination 2020: Part -I: Child Development and Pedagogy: 30 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (30 Marks); Part II) Languages (Hindi and English): 15 + 15 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (15 + 15 Marks); Part - III) General Studies (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and Haryana General Knowledge and General Awareness having 10 MCQs each.) (30 Marks), Part-IV) Mathematics, Part V) Environmental Science: 30 Objective Type MCQs (30 Marks),    

Level - II Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) Examination 2020: Part -I: Child Development and Pedagogy: 30 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (30 Marks); Part II) Languages (Hindi and English): 15 + 15 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (15 + 15 Marks); Part - III) General Studies (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and Haryana General Knowledge and General Awareness having 10 MCQs each.) (30 Marks), Part-IV) Opted Subject-specific 60 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (60 Marks).  

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Level - III Post-Graduate Teacher (TGT) Examination 2020: Part -I: Child Development and Pedagogy: 30 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (30 Marks); Part II) Languages (Hindi and English): 15 + 15 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (15 + 15 Marks); Part - III) General Studies (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and Haryana General Knowledge and General Awareness having 10 MCQs each.) (30 Marks), Part-IV) Opted Subject-specific 60 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions (60 Marks).