West Bengal TET Exam Results 2016 – WBTET Result 2016

West Bengal TET Exam Results 2016 – WBTET Result 2016 West Bengal (WBBPE) TET primary school 2015 exam: Results declared, check now

HC directs WB govt to publish TET results

Following Calcutta High Court’s order, the West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBBPE) has on September 14, that is, today published the results of Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for recruitment of primary teachers.

“The court had earlier put a stay order on releasing the results and after the verdict came we immediately published the results,” board president Manik Bhattacharya said.

A little over 20 lakh candidates had appeared for the TET exam on October 11 last year for recruitment of around 30,000 vacancies for primary teachers in West Bengal.

The results of the examination could not be published owing to litigations by some candidates who challenged certain provisions of which one was the inclusion of non-trained candidates for teaching jobs.

Steps to check WBBPE results 2015
Visit the official website or http://www.westbengalssc.com or wbresults.nic.in
On the homepage, click on the link ‘West Bengal TET results’
Enter the required details like roll number and ate of birth
The result will be displayed on the screen
Check and save the result

A candidate has to score qualifying marks of about 60 per cent ( 5 per cent relaxation is for SC, ST, OBC(A), OBC(B), PH and exempted category candidates and ex-servicemen as per notification) out of a total of 150 marks.

All communications regarding the results would be made in writing to the Controller of TET-Examinations-2014, West Bengal Board of Primary Education, “Acharya Prafulla Chandra Bhavan”, DK – 7/1 , Sector – II , Salt Lake, Kolkata – 700091.

HC directs WB govt to publish TET results

The Calcutta High Court today directed the West Bengal government to immediately publish the results of Teachers’ Eligibility Test (TET), for which around 23 lakh candidates appeared.

Dismissing all petitions challenging various issues with regard to the examination and eligibility of non-trained candidates, Justice C S Karnan directed the government to publish the results immediately.

At least 23 lakh candidates appeared for the eligibility examination for teaching jobs in various government and government-aided schools on October 11, 2015.

Results of the examination could not be published owing to litigations by some candidates who challenged certain provisions, including allowing non-trained candidates for teaching jobs.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had recently said that the government would publish the results as soon as the cases pending in the high court were disposed of.

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