Haryana TET Admit Card 2018 For Level 1, 2, 3: Board of School Education Haryana is scheduled the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) on 5th & 6th January 2019. Aspirants applied for Haryana TET Paper 1 and Paper 2 will have to download HTET Hall ticket 2018 to appear for the examination. Aspirants who are going to appear for the test can download Haryana TET admit card 2018 from the official portal, htetonline.com. Candidates will not be allowed to appear for the test if they do not show the admit cards. Hence all the candidates applied for HTET are hereby informed to download their respective admit cards to proceed to the examination.
HTET Admit Card 2018 Released – Download Haryana TET Level 1,2,3 Hall Ticket Roll Number Slip @ htetonline.com
Admit cards having Roll No., scanned photograph of the candidate and the name of examination centre will have to be downloaded by the candidates from the website of the Board (www.htetonline.com).
Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) is the organizer of Teacher Eligibility Test in the state of Haryana. The HBSE board annually conducts the TET examination to provide opportunities for aspirants to work in primary and secondary teacher posts in Government schools of Haryana. Annually lakhs os aspirants apply for HTET examination. The board conducts the examination in a large number of examination centers across the state. This year the HBSE is organizing HTET examination on 5th & 6th January 2019. Hence all the candidates those have applied for the test can initially download admit cards to take part in the examination.
HTET Hall Ticket 2018 – Important Information
|Name of the Organization||Haryana Board of School Education|
|Name of the Exam||Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)|
|Category||HPTET Admit Card 2018|
|Date of the Exam||5th & 6th January 2019|
HTET 2018 Exam Dates Schedule
- Level – 3 (PGT – Lecturer): 05.01.2019
- Level – 2 (TGT Teacher – Class VI to VIII): 06.01.2019
- Level – 1 (Primary Teacher- Class I to V): 06.01.2019
A huge number of applicants from the state of Haryana have applied for the HTET examination. The HPBOSE annually conducts the TET examination for hopefuls wishing to become primary and secondary school teachers. HTET is the state level examination. Candidates qualifying this examination will get teacher posts in various Government/aided/private schools across Telangana state. HTET Paper 1 is for aspirants seeking to become the primary school teacher (from class I to V) and Paper 2 is for aspirants seeking to become the secondary school teacher (from class VI to VIII).
The Haryana TET Hall ticket 2018 link will be activated before 10 days of the examination. All the applicants attempting the Haryana TET examination can Download and preserve the admit card safely to carry to the examination. Candidates can check the details of exam date, venue, timings and other details from the admit card. Also, candidate’s name, date of birth, signature, scanned photograph, and guideline for the examination will also be printed on admit card. Candidates can thoroughly check all details once after downloading the admit card.
Download Admit Card For Level 1 – Available Now
Download Admit Card For Level 2 Available Now
Download Admit Card For Level 3 Available Now
How to Download HTET Admit Card 2018 For Level 1, 2, 3 Online?
- visit the HTET website, htetonline.com
- Search the HPTET Hall Ticket download link in organization website.
- Click the download link and enter the required details like Name and registration no.
- Submit the details and it will display on the screen after some time.
- Check the information in HTET Admit Card/ Hall Ticket 2018.
- Save or download the admit card and take a printout.
Check HTET December 2018 Exam Pattern & Selection Criteria
- Candidates appearing the HTET examination must get the qualifying marks as said below.
- For All Categories other than SC/PWD Category: 60% (90 Marks)
- SC/PWD Category candidates of Haryana State: 52% (82 Marks)
- Other State SC/PWD category Candidates: 60% (90 Marks)
Haryana TET Exam Pattern 2018
- Number of Questions: 150
- Duration of the Test: 1 Hr 30 Min
- Total Marks: 150
- Each Question Carries: 1 Mark