BTET 2017 results: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has announced the results of the state Teacher Eligibility Test (Bihar TET) 2017 at bsebonline.net and biharboard.ac.in. As per reports, the Bihar Board received 37,615 applications for paper 1 and 1,81,236 applications for paper 2. The Board had conducted the online exam on Sunday, July 23.
As per reports, total pass percentage stands at 17.84. Results of 11351 candidates were cancelled as they used whitener on their test paper. Out of 43794 aspirants who appeared for the exam, 7038 passed. BTET results updates, check here
Candidates are unhappy with the result as they are complaining that the Bihar Board did not inform them about the restriction on the use of whitener. The official website is running slow, we suggest BTET aspirants to check their result after some time. Candidates can check their result by following the steps written below:
BTET 2017 results, steps to download answers
Step 1: Log on the official websites mentioned above
Step 2: Click on BTET link flashing on the homepage
Step 3: A new page will open
Step 4: Enter your roll number and date of birth. Click on search
Step 5: Click on submit and your result will be displayed
Step 6: Download and take a print out
As per reports, the BTET took place after 5 years with over 25 lakh candidates had appeared in the examination. Only B Ed pass candidates were allowed to register for the test. There are two papers in the BTET. A candidate can appear for both, however, the maximum age is 35-38 candidates. There is age relaxation for reserved category. The exam was held in two shifts: BTET results, click here to know how to apply for scrutiny
For Paper 1: Classes I to V. The age shouldn’t be less than 18 years
For Paper 2: Classes VI to VIII. The age should not be less than 21 years
The exam was conducted at 348 centres, including 30 in Patna district. To ensure no malpractice takes place, BSEB has allowed candidates to enter the examination hall with valid admit cards, voter ID card or Aadhaar card. For more updates on BTET, click here
As per Nai Dunia, the Bihar Board chairman Anand Kishor said that they have released the cut-off list has been issued by removing all wrong questions in the question paper. The number of wrong questions varies as per subject. He told reporters that many questions have also been removed due to the error in printing.
The cutoff was 60 per cent for general category, 55 per cent for women and backward class I and II, and 50 per cent for SC, ST and handicapped candidates.