BSTC allotment result 2018: The seat allotment result of the Basic School Teaching Certificate (BSTC) has been released today, on June 23, at the official website, bstcggtu2018.com. More than 6 lakh have qualified for the counselling session. The exam was conducted by the Govind Guru Tribal University (GGTU), Banswara on May 6, 2018 and the result of the same was declared on June 6. The exam is held for admission to Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.) course in the Teacher Training Institutes in Rajasthan. Qualified candidates had then applied for BSTC counselling conducted by Kota University for the candidates who wished to take admission in BSTC course 2018.
The duration of the exam is two years and the registration fee is Rs 2000. The seat will be allotted on the basis of the merit list. The BSTC exam was held to fill 20,920 seats. Nearly 6.52 lakh candidates registered for the exam, of which, 6.03 lakh passed. This year, the exam was topped by Jalore’s Jayram by scoring 515 out of 594 and the second position was bagged by Barmer’s Puja Gaur.
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BSTC allotment result 2018: How to check
Step 1: Log on to the official website mentioned above
Step 2: Click on BSTC result 2018
Step 3: In the provided field, enter your roll number or general details such as name, mother’s name and date of birth
Step 4: Click on proceed
Step 5: Your result will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download the same and take a printout for future reference
BSTC allotment result 2018: Important dates
Allotment result: June 23
Deposit allotment fee: June 23 to June 29,2018
Reporting after first allotment: July 02 to July 06, 2018
Upward Movement: July 09 to July 11, 2018
Allotment after upward movement: July 13
Reporting after upward movement: July 14 to July 16
The exam consisted of four sections. A total of 200 multiple choice questions were asked with each question carrying three marks. The merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in the entrance exam. The overall attendance was recorded around 90 per cent in the exam.