Haryana HTET 2020 Exam from Tomorrow, Five Key points that every student should know

Haryana School Education Board is all set to conduct HTET 2020 exam from Saturday. The board has released instructions to the candidates appearing for the Level 1, 2 and 3 examination. Key points that every student should know about the exam are laid-down here.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jan 01, 2021 16:28 IST
Haryana HTET 2020 Exam from Tomorrow, Five Key points that every student should know
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Board of School Education, Haryana is going to conduct HTET Level 1, 2 & 3 Exam from Tomorrow, January 2. The examination will be held on 2nd and 3rd January 2021 in two shifts i.e Morning session and Afternoon session. Candidates appearing for the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) have been issued the admit cards at website www.haryanatet.in carrying detailed instructions regarding HTET 2020 pre-exam, during exam, and post-exam activities.

Applicants taking the Haryana teacher eligibility test on 2nd and 3rd January 2021 are asked to carry a coloured passport-size photograph along with the Printed admit card. The photograph carrying an Identity card as mentioned at the time of registration is also compulsory for the candidates to bring at the exam centre. What other instructions and guidelines that all candidates should follow at the exam centre, are as follows- 

1) Carry your Admit Card, Identity Card & A Photograph: All the candidates are asked to carry their HTET 2020 admit card at the examination centre along with a coloured Photograph and Identity card. Admit cards are available to download using the 'Login' details.

2) Attested Photograph: The photograph attached at the HTET admit card should be attested by a gazetted officer.

3) Reporting at the Centre: Candidates are asked to reach at the exam centre 02 hours, 10 minutes before the start of examination. To avoid the rush for the metal detecting, IRIS Biometric data capturing and other activities.

4) Entry time: Each candidate should ensure the examination entry time as given in the printed admit card. He/she must reach at the examination centre before the closing of entry. Entry at the examination centre to close 1 hour before the start of examination.

5) What not to carry: Candidates are advised not to carry the prohibited items, as mentioned at the instruction page of the admit card. Items including ring, earing, mobile, phone, bluetooth, earphone, purse, Log-table, Health-band, Camera, Watch, paper, paper-slip, electronic-gadget, plastic pouch, chain etc.

Note- Candidates will not be allowed entry at the examination centre without wearing face-mask.

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