Bihar STET 2020 Exam from tomorrow, important instructions to students for the safety, explained

In view of Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) re-notified Bihar State Teachers’ Eligibility Test (BSTET) Re-Examination 2020 scheduled to be held commencing 09.09.2020 - 21.09.2020, Brief in reference to the same shall follow as per Schedule:

08 Sep 2020, 02:27 pm By See Latest Desk
Bihar STET 2020 Exam from tomorrow, important instructions to students for the safety, explained
Bihar STET 2020 Exam from tomorrow

Bihar School Education Board shall conduct in 03 Shifts (Morning, Forenoon - Afternoon and Mid-Day - Evening Sessions) Bihar State Teachers’ Eligibility Test (BSTET) Re-Examination 2020 commencing the 9th up to the 21st Dates of September 2020 (09.09.2020 up to 21.09.2020).  BSTET 2020 Re-Test 2020 to be held in the Online Computer Based Format, consisting of 02 Papers (Paper - I & Paper - II) (Subject-wise) having different Subjects shall be held in different Districts of the State for Subject-wise selection (against 37,335 Vacancies) in the Secondary School and Higher / Senior Secondary Schools under Bihar State Administration.    
 
Bihar School Examination Board has issued the Instructions / Guidelines for compliance, making it binding on the candidates to refrain from carrying with the following at the Examination Center, failing which such persons will be barred from appearing in Bihar STET Retest 2020.

Don’ts:

BSTET 2020 Reexamination 2020 Paper related Study Book / Content in the shape of Paper, Notes, Electronic Gadgets / Memory powered Scientific Calculator, Smart Watch, Smart Phones / Mobile Phones, Earphone, Bluetooth, Recordable / Recording Instrument, etc., remains objectionable, hence, not permissible with the Candidates.

Do’s

That the Candidates with CoViD 2019 Symptoms and Asymptomatic should not be report at the Examination Center.

That the Candidates must wear Face Masks / Face Protection / Shield while entering the Examination Centers.

That the Candidates must don Plastic Protective Gloves both while traveling and appearing in the Examination Hall.

That the BSTET 2020 Participants carry with them Hand Sanitizers and those appearing in BSTET 2020 must properly sanitize their hands before taking Bihar STET Re-Exam 2020.

That BSTET Re-Examination 2020 Candidates must follow Social Distance Norms in the course of Bihar State Teachers’ Eligibility Test Reexamination 2020.

Bihar School Examination Board would conduct the Bihar Secondary Teachers’ Eligibility Test (BSTET) 2020 Shift-wise, which spans 03 Sessions as follows:

First Shift (Morning Session): 08:00 AM up to 10:30 AM

Second Shift (Afternoon Session): 12:00-Noon - 02:30 PM

Third Shift (Mid-Day - Evening Session): 04:00 PM - 06:30 PM    

BSTET (Paper-I) comprises the STET Subjects English, Hindi, Sanskrut, Mathematics, Science, Social Science & Urdu (25270 Posts)

BSTET (Paper- II) comprises the STET English, Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology & Computer Science (12,065 Posts)

BSTET Paper - I consists of 02 Parts for 2½ Hours’ (150 Minutes) Examination Duration and would comprise 150 Multiple Choice Questions of Objective Type with Equal Marks with No Negative Marking for Incorrect Response in the Computer Based Online Test of English, Hindi, Sanskrut, Mathematics, Science, Social Science & Urdu
 
BSTET Paper - II with 150 Minutes (2½ Hours) Duration also consists of 02 Papers, which also comprises 150 Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions Subject carrying 150 Marks for English, Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology) & Computer Science

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Bihar State Education Board, subsequent to conducting the BSTET Re-Exam 2020 slated to be held beginning from the 9th September up to 21st September 2020, would publish in the Website both Shift-wise and Subject-wise Tentative Test Book Question Answer Key to seek objections of the candidates within the Timeline.

The BSTET 2020 Candidates must continue to visit BSEB Website for the upcoming Notices / Updates on BSTET Re-Examination 2020