TS EdCET Result 2021 Out at edcet.tsche.ac.in; Direct Link to Check Rank List Here

Osmania University has declared the result of TS EdCET 2021 result on its official website edcet.tsche.ac.in. In order to check the result candidate's roll number and date of birth are required.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Sep 24, 2021 16:59 IST
TS EdCET Result 2021 Out at edcet.tsche.ac.in; Direct Link to Check Rank List Here
ts edcet result 2021

Osmania University has declared the TS EDCET 2021 result on its official website edcet.tsche.ac.in. A rank list has also been released in order of score obtained by the candidates in the Education Common Entrance Test for Education (EdCET). The candidates who have appeared for the TS EDCET 2021 now can check their results using login credentials. TS Ed.CET 2021 Examination through Computer Based Test (CBT) on August 24 and 25, 2021.

To check the TS EDCET 2021 result, one has to visit the website edcet.tsche.ac.in. Thereafter, the candidate has to click on the link "TS Ed.CET 2021 Result". By doing so a new login window will open. To check the result, the candidate's registration number and date of birth are required. Upon click on the login button candidate's scorecard/ rank card will appear. All the candidates have to check and download their Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test results for future reference.

Here below is the direct link to check the TS EdCET score card.

Direct link to check TS EDCET Rank Card 2021

According to an official notice, the EDCET result is prepared following the normalization procedure. It procedure is adopted to avoid advantages/disadvantages to candidates in a particular session compared to the other sessions. Normalized marks of the candidates are prepared on the following formula- 

GASD+ (GTA-GASD/STA-SASD) x (Marks obtained by the candidate in the subject in a session - SASD).

In the normalized formula, SASD is the Sum of Average (A) and Standard Deviation (SD) of the subject of a session in which the candidate appeared. GASD on the other hand is, the Sum of Average (A) and Standard Deviation (SD) of all the candidates across all sessions of the subject put together. While STA and GTA stand for an average mark of the top 0.1% of the candidates in the subject of a session in which the candidate appeared and an average mark of the top 0.1% of all the candidates across all the sessions of the subject put together.

In addition, Osmania University has also released the rank list on its official website edcet.tsche.ac.in. Candidates are ranked in the order of merit on the basis of marks obtained in TS Ed.CET-2021 online examination. TS Ed.CET 2021 rank is valid for admission into B.Ed course for the academic year 2021-22 only.

Tie Breaking: In order to resolve a tie, the candidates' subject marks are taken into account to decide relative ranking. In case of a further tie, the marks obtained in Teaching Aptitude, General English, General Knowledge & Educational Issues, and Computer Awareness subjects in order are taken into account to decide relative ranking.

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The list of institutions for allotment of candidates with intake in each methodology and category, as per reservation through TS EdCET-2021 would be released in due course of time at the website edcet.tsche.ac.in.

About TS EDCET: EDCET is a common entrance test, designated as Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test-2021 (TS Ed. CET-2021) was organized by the Osmania University, Hyderabad on behalf of the Telangana State Council of Higher Education for admission into B.Ed regular course in Education Colleges across the Telangana State, for the academic year 2021-2022.

Note- At the time of the news report, the link to check the TS EDCET 2021 result has not yet been updated on the site. Once it is updated, the same will be communicated here. The candidates are advised to keep a check for the latest announcement. 

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