REET Exam Coordinator and Rajasthan Board Chairman DP Jarauli has announced that eligibility has been obtained through the REET exam. The candidates who passed the REET exam are eligible for the recruitment of 31000 teachers. But the merit list will be released by the Directorate of Secondary Education, Bikaner. DP Jarauli said that the Directorate of Secondary Education, Bikaner, will add 10 percentage points to the academic index of eligible candidates. After that, the final merit list is drawn up. After that, the government will make appointments. The recruitment of 31,000 teachers will soon take place in the state. There is a shortage of teachers in schools
Jarauli said there is an eligibility of 60 percent and above for the candidates in the general category. According to Jarauli, the eligibility rules are –
General / Unreserved – 60 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
Scheduled Tribe (ST) – 55 (not TSP), 36 (TSP)
Scheduled Caste (SC), OBC, MBC and Economically Weaker Section – 55 Marks (Non TSP and TSP)
Widowed & Abandoned Women & Ex-Servicemen of All Categories – 50 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
Divyang – 40 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
Saharia Tribe – 36 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
Rajasthan Board released the Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) 2021 exam results on Tuesday. dr. DP Jaroli, Chairman of the Board and Chief Coordinator of REET Research, announced the results to the media at the headquarters of Ajmer’s Gokhale Marg REET office. The results were declared for different sections of REET exam level-1 and level-2. Ajay Vaishnav Vairagi of Ajmer and Govind Soni Udaipur got the best marks in Level-1. He scored 148 out of 150 points. Level-2 Kirat Singh, Surbhi Pareek, Nambiaram also took the top marks with 146 out of 150 points.
Jaroli said there were 47079 candidates who achieved more than 60 points in the general category, which is related to level 2. He congratulated the successful candidates and said that the merit will now be issued after the academic index. He said it is fortunate for the education world that the board has successfully conducted such a large investigation and released the result in a short time. He also encouraged the unsuccessful candidates to keep their spirits up and motivate them for the next attempt. Board Secretary Arvind Kumar Sengwa was also present at the occasion.
The REET exam was held on September 26. To this end, a total of 3,993 exam centers were established in all 33 counties of the state. 16.51 lakh candidates had registered for this exam which was conducted in two levels.
Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot congratulated all successful candidates for the REET exam. Gehlot tweeted: “Congratulations and best wishes to the successful candidates. Don’t be discouraged by those who haven’t been successful. Prepare for the upcoming exams. Only one test can’t determine the way of life, so stay hard to work.