UPTET qualifying marks and relaxation details for reserved categories

UPTET ( Uttar Pradesh Teachers eligibility Test ); As it is clear by its name that it is a eligibility/qualifying nature test so obviously a eligibility certificate will be issued to the candidates who secure minimum qualifying marks in the exam.

If the organizing authority of UPTET found it possible then candidates who are appearing in this eligibility test, will be issued marks statements .

Minimum Qualifying Marks

The minimum qualifying marks for a general category candidate is 60% . However there is a relaxation available up to 5% for some reserved categories .

Relaxation details for reserved categories

A maximum relaxation of 5% marks is available for reserved categories . It will not exceed 5% in any case as the Allahabad High Court have clearly said that it will not work like other states ( RTET  -15 % marks & UTET – 10% marks ) .

SC/ST/OBC/MOBC/Ex-Servicemen/PWD (Person with Disability) (PH) – Maximum 5% relaxation is available .

So we can say that for all the reserved categories given above, 55% marks are enough to qualify the test .

Comments

  1. mere pass b.ed m english as a teaching subject hai…to kya mujhe uptet english me dena chahiye ya hindi ko select kr skti hu..?? plss rply

  2. Tet mark relaxtion method very worst to teacher. Teacher teach to other. Do not beg any mark. we can not achieve goal. how can we guide our students? All teacher aim achieve above 60% marks.

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    ayyapan

  3. Maine jab 2011 me form bhara tha tab ex man culum me tick nahi kiya tha kya counsling me mai claim kar sakta hu kya

  4. i have got 82 marks in up tet 2013 but iam disquilify i belong to obc category .kya 82 marks mai pass hai ya 83 marks.please tell me.

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