Saturday, December 21, 2019

UPTET Admit Card 2020

The Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET)-2019 will be held at 1986 examination centres spread across the state on December 22, 2019. UP, that conducts the entrance exam for teachers. UPTET Admit Card 2019 released exam to be held on Dec 22 at 1986 centres.  This time 16,45, 510 candidates, including 10,76,336 at primary level and 5,69,174 at upper-primary level, have registered for the exam. The admit cards will be made available from December 12, UPTET 2019 Admit Card released,  Test for the primary level would be held at 1986 centres, the same for upper primary level would be held at 1063 centres. Earlier earmarked 2076 examination centres but after adjusting candidates of smaller centres in nearby bigger ones, the total number was brought down to 1986. 

UPTET Exam Date 2020:
This time 16,45, 510 candidates, including 10,76,336 at primary level and 5,69,174 at upper-primary level, have registered for the exam. The figure includes many candidates who are appearing in both the levels. The exam will be held in two sessions: 10am to 12.30pm (primary level) and 2.30pm to 5pm (upper primary level).

UPTET Answer Key 2020:
The authority plans to release the answer-key by December 26 and invite objections online, if any by December 30 and follow this up with setting up a panel of experts to dispose off the objections received by it against the answer-key. On January 16, 2020 it plans to release the final amended answer-key and declare the results based on it on January 21, he said.

How many candidates attend UPTET 2020: 
The UPTET-2018 held on November 18, 2018 attracted around 2.2 million (22 lakh) registrations of which 17.83 lakh candidates were issued admit cards. The primary level exam saw 11,01,645 out of the 11,70,786 appear in the exam while at the upper primary level 5,71,416 appeared in the exam out of the total 6,12,930 candidates.

UPTET 2020:
Candidates who have passed BTC, BEd or other National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) approved courses can appear in the test so as to become eligible to appear in Teacher’s Recruitment Exam the final hurdle for a candidate to become a teacher in government-run primary and upper primary schools.







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