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Maharashtra TET (MH TET) 2014
11-09-2011, 10:54 PM
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Maharashtra TET (MH TET) 2014
Maharashtra TET (MH TET) 2014

This new eligibility test named as Teachers Eligibility Test (Maharashtra TET) for recruitment teacher in Maharashtra . Let’s check out the question paper pattern of MH TET, Exam Timings, Full marks of Teachers Eligibility Test and Syllabus of MH TET exam for Teachers Recruitment below.

Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test (MH TET) is applicable for the Primary School Teacher Recruitment, Secondary School Teacher Recruitment and Higher Secondary School Teacher Recruitment; it means MH TET (Teachers Eligibility Test) is mandatory for all of them who want to be a Teacher of any school from now onwards.

The Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test (MH TET) Examination will be of 150 marks (total marks) containing all Objective type multiple choice questions. MH TET Exam Question paper won’t be tough and will be used to check the knowledge of the aspiring teachers in Student Psychology, Basic Language, Science & Arts subjects. The syllabus of Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test (MH TET Exam Syllabus) will cover the basics of Student Psychology, Language Subjects, Science & arts and General Knowledge etc.

If you are thinking why this new Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility test (MH TET) has been introduced then let us tell you that the MH TET Exam will help to select more qualified & eligible candidates as School Teachers and to lifting up the Educational Structure in Maharashtra. Now, if you want to know the extra facility or advantages of MH TET Exam (Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test) then the answer is – the qualified (passed) candidates of MH TET will get a Certificate.

• Question Paper Pattern of MH TET Exam (Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test): All Objective types multiple choice questions and the total mark is 150.

• MH TET Examination Total Time is scheduled only 90-minutes for the candidates to answer questions.

• Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test (MH TET) Examination syllabus is Basic knowledge of Students Psychology, Science, Arts, Language & General Knowledge paper.

• Marks to Qualify / Pass MH TET (Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test) Exam: 60% marks should be achieved to pass (qualify) the MH TET Examination successfully and to appear in afterwards examinations.

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10-31-2012, 03:23 PM
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RE: Maharashtra TET (MH TET) 2012
PUNE: Maharashtra has yet to introduce a teachers eligibility test (TET) of its own under the Right of Children for Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009. The TET has been provided as a qualifying benchmark for recruitment of teachers in the primary and upper primary schools.

Already, the Central Teachers Eligibility Test is being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE) for recruitment of teachers for Stds I to VIII at the central government and CBSE-affiliated schools.

A note reviewing the implementation of the RTE Act, 2009, in various states, put up for consideration by the Central Advisory Board of Education at its impending meeting on November 1, has highlighted the progress made so far by the states including Maharashtra.

According to the note, Maharashtra is among the few states, along with Goa, Mizoram, Meghalaya and Sikkim, which has not yet introduced the TET. So far, 23 states have conducted the eligibility test. The state is also in the process of reviewing the curriculum for primary and upper primary education to make the same in tune with the RTE requirement, the note says.

All the states and Union territories have notified the RTE rules, which lay down the procedures for implementation of the RTE Act. A total of 24 states have constituted the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) or the Right to Education Protection Authority (REPA), which are the grievance redressal mechanisms provided for under the act. Maharashtra has preferred the SCPCR instead of REPA.

Statistics provided by the note pointed out that the total number of sanctioned posts for teachers in the state is 3,38,658 and 32,746 of these posts are vacant. In all 81.66% of the 69,722 schools have RTE-compliant pupil-teacher ratio (PTR) in the state. Maharashtra's overall PTR has been pegged at 25 students per teacher, while the number of RTE-compliant PTR schools is 56,932.

The state has 64,296 schools with drinking water facilities and this constitutes 92.22% of the total schools while 60,058 schools (86.14%) have ramps. Similarly, 16,542 schools have common toilets while 49,772 schools have independent toilets for girls and boys.

The RTE has prescribed minimum working days and instruction hours for primary and upper primary schools. For primary schools, 200 days and 800 hours have been prescribed while the same for upper primary schools is 220 days and 1,000 hours.


News Source : Times of India (30.10.12)
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TET exam is not yet conducted by Maharashtra Govt., And I feel Maharashtra domicile candidate may have a chance in such exam.

Wait and watch to see , What terms and conditions comes for this exam.
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12-31-2012, 10:57 PM
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Thanx for comperehensive information.
(10-31-2012 03:23 PM)payel Mitra Wrote:  PUNE: Maharashtra has yet to introduce a teachers eligibility test (TET) of its own under the Right of Children for Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009. The TET has been provided as a qualifying benchmark for recruitment of teachers in the primary and upper primary schools.

Already, the Central Teachers Eligibility Test is being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE) for recruitment of teachers for Stds I to VIII at the central government and CBSE-affiliated schools.

A note reviewing the implementation of the RTE Act, 2009, in various states, put up for consideration by the Central Advisory Board of Education at its impending meeting on November 1, has highlighted the progress made so far by the states including Maharashtra.

According to the note, Maharashtra is among the few states, along with Goa, Mizoram, Meghalaya and Sikkim, which has not yet introduced the TET. So far, 23 states have conducted the eligibility test. The state is also in the process of reviewing the curriculum for primary and upper primary education to make the same in tune with the RTE requirement, the note says.

All the states and Union territories have notified the RTE rules, which lay down the procedures for implementation of the RTE Act. A total of 24 states have constituted the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) or the Right to Education Protection Authority (REPA), which are the grievance redressal mechanisms provided for under the act. Maharashtra has preferred the SCPCR instead of REPA.

Statistics provided by the note pointed out that the total number of sanctioned posts for teachers in the state is 3,38,658 and 32,746 of these posts are vacant. In all 81.66% of the 69,722 schools have RTE-compliant pupil-teacher ratio (PTR) in the state. Maharashtra's overall PTR has been pegged at 25 students per teacher, while the number of RTE-compliant PTR schools is 56,932.

The state has 64,296 schools with drinking water facilities and this constitutes 92.22% of the total schools while 60,058 schools (86.14%) have ramps. Similarly, 16,542 schools have common toilets while 49,772 schools have independent toilets for girls and boys.

The RTE has prescribed minimum working days and instruction hours for primary and upper primary schools. For primary schools, 200 days and 800 hours have been prescribed while the same for upper primary schools is 220 days and 1,000 hours.


News Source : Times of India (30.10.12)
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TET exam is not yet conducted by Maharashtra Govt., And I feel Maharashtra domicile candidate may have a chance in such exam.

Wait and watch to see , What terms and conditions comes for this exam.

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10-09-2013, 11:13 PM
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RE: Maharashtra TET (MH TET) 2013
Sir
I want the information about TET exam for Maharashtra state. When the exam will be held & where i can get the study material for hindi language as I had completed my B.ED in hindi language. Pl do reply. I had searched this information on net but detail information is not available ye.
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10-21-2013, 03:32 PM
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RE: Maharashtra TET (MH TET) 2013
Which book should be referred for Maharashtra TET preparation?
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10-26-2013, 09:50 PM
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I want TET exam books in Urdu language for same which books needs to preferred plz reply....
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