REET 2022: Over 15.66 lakhs apply for the exam, admit cards on July 14

For this 15,66,992 candidates have registered Rajasthan Eligibility Test for Teachers (REET) 2022. Out of the total 13,65,831 are from Rajasthan, of which about 86 percent have been allotted exam center on first priority and about 10 percent have been allotted to districts of second priority, Board of Secondary education Rajasthan (BSER) Ajmer has announced.

Last year there were several reports of malpractices. Earlier the exam result was cancelled. Cases of fraud were also reported in many parts of the state. Those who had applied last year were allowed to apply this year without any examination fee. REET 2022 will be conducted in two shifts on 23rd and 24th July. Paper 1 will be conducted from 10 AM to 12:30 PM and Paper 2 will be conducted from 3 PM to 5:30 PM. The test score was previously valid for only 3 years, but Validity has now been extended for lifetime, There is no upper age limit to apply for the exam.

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Those who pass Paper 1 will be eligible to teach classes 6 to 8 in government schools in Rajasthan, while those who pass Paper 2 will be eligible to teach classes 1 to 5. The admit card for REET 2022 will be issued on July 14. From 4 pm onwards. The vacancies have been increased from 32,000 to 62,000.

REET 2022: Exam Pattern

REET 2022 will have two papers – Paper I and II. Each paper will have 150 questions. Each question will be of one mark. There is no negative marking. Candidates will get 150 minutes to solve each paper. It will be divided into five sections- Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics and Environmental Studies.

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Paper II will consist of sections on Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics and Science and Social Studies. Out of the last two sections of Paper II, candidates have to choose one based on their specialization and preference. While the five sections of Paper I are Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics, Environmental Studies. The first three sections are compulsory and will be of 30 marks.

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