Rajasthan BSTC allotment 2017 results have been declared at the official website bstc2017.com . The results have been announced and declared by University of Kota.Candidates who have appeared for the entrance exam will be able to check their allotment list which has been published on the official website of the University of Kota. The BSTC exam was held on April 30. The students who appeared for the Rajasthan Basic School Teaching Course (BSTC) from 2 pm to 5 pm were required to appear for the Rajasthan BSTC paper which contained 200 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of three marks each.
For the Rajasthan BSTC exam, there would be no negative marking. The Rajasthan BSTC paper was also conducted in three languages which included Hindi, Sanskrit and English. The first allotment for Rajasthan BSTC has been released today and students can report to their preferred college from Wednesday to July 14. The upward movement allotment will be done on July 16 and 17 this year while the allotment after the upward movement will be released on July 19. The admission process will end on July 22. The candidates will be required to fill in their choice of colleges till July 2. To complete the admission formalities, the students will be required to pay the fee by July 13. Here are some steps to check BSTC allotment result 2017:
- They would need to visit the official website for BSTC bstc2017.com
- It would be important to click on the link for BSTC result 2017.
- They would need to search their result by either typing in their roll number like their name, mother’s name and date of birth.
- It would be important to download their results and take a print out for further reference.
The University of Kota (UOK) is a public university in Kota, Rajasthan. It was established with the agreement of the governor of Rajasthan, and recognized by the UGC in 2003 under the state act. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Her Excellency Smt. Margaret Alva, The Governor of Rajasthan, is the chancellor and Prof Madhu Sudan Sharma is the vice Chancellor of the university. The University of Kota has 175 affiliated colleges and autonomous departments across the six districts of the Rajasthan state