State Council of Education Research & Training, Punjab (SCERT) released the result of Teacher Eligibility Test 2016. The State Council of Education Research & Training, Punjab successfully conducted the PSTET exam on 25th September 2016. Huge number of candidates appeared for the TET exam and eagerly waiting for the result of the same. There are many candidates applied for the Punjab TET examination and appeared at many exam centers. So the candidates who had written the TET examination can check the PSTET result at the official website.
The Punjab School Education Board conducts various exams every year to recruit eligible and interested candidates in different departments. This year it released recruitment notification and invited online applications for Punjab Teacher Eligibility Test to recruit for the vacancies of teacher posts. Teacher Eligibility Test is an entrance exam for getting teaching jobs in government schools from class 1 to class 8. Paper 1 is conducting for teachers opting for 1st class to 5th class and Paper 2 for 6th class to 8th class. Huge number of candidates applied and appeared the Teacher Eligibility across various exam centers. Applied candidates who had attend the PSTET exam are waiting for the result and to check their performance in the examination.
Name of the Organisation: State Council of Education Research & Training, Punjab
Name of the Exam: Teacher Eligibility Test
Date of the Exam: 25th September 2016
Candidates who qualifies in the Teacher Eligibility Test will be able to appear the next round. All the appeared candidates prepared well for their exam and now curiously waiting to check the results of their performance in the exam. Now, candidates can check the PSTET result 2016 at the official site.
Follow these steps to check Punjab TET result 2016:
- Firstly visit the official website
- Then click on PS TET Results 2016.
- Fill all the required details in the provided fields.
- Click on submit button.
- The results will appear on your screen.
- Check the results.
- Take a printout for further reference.