OSSTET Answer Key 2021 Out at bseodisha.ac.in; Paper 1, 2 Analysis; Solutions Here

Board of School Education, Odisha on September 01 conducted the Odisha Secondary School Teacher Eligibility Test (OSSTET) 2021. The examination is conducted successfully following social distancing and other guidelines at allotted centres.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Sep 17, 2021 09:54 IST
OSSTET Answer Key 2021 Out at bseodisha.ac.in; Paper 1, 2 Analysis; Solutions Here
Odisha OSTET Answer Key 2021

Board of Secondary Education Odisha (BSE Odisha) has released the OSSTET 2021 answer key on its official website. The OSSTET 2021 answer key is now available online at the official website- bseodisha.ac.in. The candidates who have appeared for the Odisha Secondary School Teacher Eligibility Test (OSSTET) 2021 for paper 1 or paper 2 can check the availability of Category 1 (Paper 1) and Category 2 (Paper 2) booklet series-wise answer key.

According to the media reports, Odisha Secondary School Teacher Eligibility Test (OSSTET) 2021 was conducted successfully at all designated centers across the state. Within 10 days of the exam, the provisional answer key has been released by the BSE Odisha.

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OSSTET 2021 Category 1 Answer Key- Check Here

OSSTET 2021 Category 2 Answer Key- Check Here

The candidates now can relate their responses with the possible correct answers. However, the official answer key is expected to be released in due course of time. With the key, candidates will be provided an opportunity to raise objections/challenges, if any.

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As far as the paper analysis is concerned, a total of 150 multiple-choice questions are asked from the candidates. Questions were based on Child Development & Pedagogy, Language-I, (Odia/ Urdu/ Hindi/ Telugu/ Bengali), Language-II (English), Mathematics/ Environment Studies, etc. Each section was containing a total of 30 questions.

All the questions are multiple-choice and objective type, each carrying one mark, with four alternatives out of which one answer is correct. Questions are set to assess the candidate’s ability to analyze, interpret and apply the subject matter. There will be no negative marking.