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Bihar STET 2019 paper 1 results announced for Urdu, Sanskrit, Science subjects, merit list released

The candidates who had appeared in the exam can check and download the result through the website- bsebsetet2019.in.

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: June 22, 2021 11:14:10 am
STET 2019 resultSanjay Kumar, additional chief secretary, education department, and Anand Kishor, chairman, Bihar school examination committee. (Photo credit: BSEB)

Bihar’s education department today released the results of three subjects Urdu, Sanskrit, and Science under Paper-1 of Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test (STET), 2019. In the STET 2019 results declared in March 2021 but the result of these subjects was not uploaded due to technical issues. The candidates who had appeared in the exam can check and download the result through the website- bsebsetet2019.in.

Moreover, the merit list of all 15 subjects of Paper I and II is also released.

BSEB STET result 2019: How to check

Step 1: Visit the official website- bsebstet2019.in

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the result link

Step 3: Enter your application number and date of birth

Step 4: Result will appear on the screen

Step 5: Download, take a print out for further reference.

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The candidates who qualify STET paper I are eligible to teach classes 9 and 10 and the candidates who qualify paper II are eligible to teach classes 11 and 12.

Meanwhile, the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has announced the D.El.Ed (face-to-face) 2020-22 session registration process dates. The board has directed the state training centres to accept the registration form from June 22. The last date to submit the registration form is July 5.

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