TS TET Exam 2024 Result released

The Telangana School Education Department has announced the results of Telangana Teacher Eligibility Test (TS TET) 2024. The results were declared by the department on Wednesday, June 12, 2024. The Education Department also activated the link to view the result on the official examination portal stet2024.aptonline.in/tstet/.

How to check TS TET exam result:

Candidates who appeared in the Telangana Teacher Eligibility Test conducted by the Telangana School Education Department from 20 May to 3 June 2024, should visit the official website(https://tstet2024.aptonline.in/) to know their result and score. After this, click on the result (TS TET Result 2024) link given on the home page itself.

Alternatively, candidates can also go to the result page from the direct link given below. On this page, candidates have to fill in their journal number, hall ticket number and date of birth details and submit. After this, candidates will be able to see their result and score card on the screen. After taking a printout of it, candidates should also download and save the soft copy of the score card.

About TS TET exam

The TS TET exam, which means Telangana State Teacher Eligibility Test, is conducted by the School Education Department of the Government of Telangana. It is specifically designed to assess the eligibility of candidates for teaching positions from class 1 to 8 within the state.

  • Result: The TS TET 2024 results were announced on June 12, 2024. You can check your scores on the official website.
  • Exam Structure: The TS TET exam consists of two papers:
    • Paper 1: For candidates willing to teach classes 1 to 5.
    • Paper 2: For candidates willing to teach classes 6 to 8.
  • Exam Dates: The TS TET 2024 exam was conducted between May 20 and June 3, 2024. The next year’s exam has not been announced yet.

Cut-off details

According to the notification issued by the Telangana School Education Department regarding the results of Telangana TET 2024, 2,86,381 candidates had registered for this year’s examination. Out of these, 85,996 candidates appeared in Paper 1 and 1,50,491 candidates appeared in Paper 2.

As per the rules set by the department, general category candidates who have secured a minimum of 60 percent marks have been declared successful. This cutoff is 50 percent for backward castes and 40 percent for SC/ST and differently-abled.

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