The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is responsible for maintaining the TET database, manage the TET syllabus, and guide the government bodies to conduct the exam. Candidates who have qualified for the TET are ONLY eligible to be appointed as teachers in state schools and would be recruited for teaching posts like:
The candidates appearing for TET exam 2022 should have:
TET consists of two papers:
All questions asked in TET exam will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four options. There is no negative marking. The examining body will be strictly adhering to the structure and content of the TET syllabusspecified below.
In June 2021, The Government of India decided to extend the validity period of the TET qualifying certificate from 7 years to a lifetime, with effect from 2011.