CM’s nod for TET on Feb 9. TET was first scheduled to be conducted in July, 2013 but has been postponed thrice due to several reasons such as...
Finally some cheer for the teacher aspirants as the government has decided to hold the much-delayed Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) on February 9. According to a top official of Secondary Education, the file relating to conduct of TET was cleared by the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Friday.
TET was first scheduled to be conducted in July, 2013 but has been postponed thrice due to several reasons such as Panchayat Polls, Samaikyandhra agitation and the ruckus over T Bill. TET was mandatory for all those who wish to become teachers as the 20 per cent of TET score would be added in finalising the merit list of DSC selections.
Though TET date is cleared, officials keep their fingers crossed over conducting the all important DSC examination, which was also originally scheduled before panchayat polls.
‘TET results cannot be declared before the end of February. A minimum of 20 days time shall be given for online application process of DSC exam. By that time, the election code of conduct may come into force’ the official said.