Maha TET hall ticket 2017 released at, Exam on 22 July


Maha TET hall ticket has been released by the examination council as the Teachers Eligibility Test is scheduled to be held on July 22. The Maharashtra State Council of Examination, Pune will be conducting Maha TET 2017 to determine the eligibility of candidates for the post of teachers. As per the reports, around 3 lakh applications have been received by MSCE and now, the hall ticket/ admit cards have been issued to all eligible candidates. Download Maha TET hall ticket 2017 from official portal

Maha TET 2017 will be conducted in two shifts wherein Paper 1 will be conducted in the morning shift from 10.30 am to 1 pm and Paper 2 will be conducted in the afternoon shift from 2 pm to 4.30 pm. Both the papers will consist of 150 multiple choice questions and the candidates will have to answer the questions in the OMR sheet which will be provided to them in the exam hall. Each question will carry 1 mark, hence the maximum marks will be 150 in TET exam.

The TET admit card has been issued by the council 10 days prior to the exam date so that the errors (if any) could be resolved in due time. The candidates are advised to download Maha TET hall ticket as soon as possible and inform the authority if there is any mistake in their details mentioned on the hall ticket. Also, the candidates should read the instructions carefully before taking the exam. All the candidates are required to carry valid Maha TET 2017 hall ticket accompanied by one identity proof in original.

Total 2,97,245 candidates have registered for Maharashtra TET 2017 during the application window from June 15 to 30. The hall tickets are now available at the portal and the applicants will have to login to the website for downloading the same. MSCE will conduct the TET exam in offline mode across the State. The complete syllabus of TET exam is already given in the website and the applicants should complete final preparations as only a few days are left for the exam.

Final reminder for candidates: Do not take TET exam lightly, only 2-3% manage to qualify it.