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Rajasthan BSTC 2021 result declared at predeled.com

This year, Rajasthan Pre DElEd 2021 exam (formally known as BSTC) was held on August 31. Candidates who appeared in the exam can now view the result on the official website predeled.com. 

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: September 27, 2021 1:48:43 pm
Rajasthan BSTC, Rajasthan BSTC resultBSTC results are announced in the form of a scorecard and to qualify the exam, candidates must score more than the Rajasthan BSTC 2021 cut off. (Representative image)

Rajasthan BSTC Result 2021 announcement: The Directorate of Education today announced the Rajasthan BSTC 2021 results. Candidates who appeared in the exam can now view their scorecard on the official website predeled.com

This year, Rajasthan Pre DElEd 2021 exam (formally known as BSTC) was held on August 31. The exam is held for admission of eligible candidates in D.El.Ed (General / Sanskrit) programme. The exam was conducted at the state level and around 350 colleges allocate seats based on Rajasthan BSTC scores. 

BSTC results are announced in the form of a scorecard and to qualify the exam, candidates must score more than the Rajasthan BSTC 2021 cut off. In order to qualify BSTC 2021, the candidates who appeared for the exam must get a minimum 50 per cent marks. For the reserved category candidates, the minimum qualifying percentage is 45 per cent.

According to the marks obtained by the candidates, a merit list is prepared. On the basis of merit, the candidates are called for counselling. The counselling process includes registration, choice filling, seat allotment and, payment of admission fee.

 

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