HTET 2017 admit card out, download from htetonline.com

HTET 2017: A total of 5,02,076 candidates have registered for the exam

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 15, 2018 4:51:25 pm
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HTET 2017: The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) has released the admit card/ hall ticket for the HTET 2017 today at htetonline.com. The Haryana Teachers Eligibility Test (HTET) 2017 is scheduled to be held on December 23 and 24. Today, December 19, is the last date to submit corrections.

The name, signature or photo of some candidates are not uploaded properly by them and therefore they can do it again in order to receive their admit card, said BSEH in a release. They also said that for all kinds of security check-ups, a candidate should reach two hours before the exam starts. Read | HTET exam 2017, 7 things you need to know 

A total of 5,02,076 candidates have registered for the exam of which 1.49 lakh registered for Level 1 PRT (primary teacher), while for level 2 (TGT teacher) 1,67,364 and Level 3 (PGT-Lecturer) 1,27,352 applicants have applied. A total of 4,45,966 candidates will appear for the exam of which, 3,12,406 are female candidates while 1,33,560 are male aspirants.

Candidates have been advised to not bring any electronic items including mobile phones in the exam hall.

HTET 2017, here’s how to download admit card

Step 1: Go to the official website – htetonline.com

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the admit card link

Step 3: Enter your registration number and other details

Step 4: Download and take a print out of the admit card

While taking the print out of the admit card, make sure it is coloured one. Further, get it verified by gazetted officer and deposit it at the centre.

Update HTET 2017 answer keys released at bseh.org.in, raise objections now

Exam pattern

Level 1: For PRT, the exam will consist of multiple choice questions of total 150 marks. The syllabus will include child development and pedagogy, languages, general studies, mathematics, and environmental studies.

Level 2: For TGT also, the syllabus and exam pattern is similar to TGT. There will be multiple choice questions based on child development and pedagogy, languages, general studies and subject-specific questions.

Level 3: For Post Graduate Teacher (PGT), there will be questions based on child development and pedagogy, languages, general studies and specific subject questions as opted.

A candidate has to pass the HTET to be eligible for a teaching job.

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