TSTET Answers to Frequently Asked Questions FAQ, Ask to TSTET Held Desk – Telangana State Teacher Eligibility Test(TSTET): Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Syllabus: What is the syllabus or what are the books to be followed with regard to the content of classes 1 to 10?
The TSTET syllabus with regard to content for classes 1 to 10 shall be the TS State syllabus i.e. as on the date of TSTET. Hence, Telangana State Syllabus books as on the date of the fourth TET held during as per schedule are to be followed.
2. Hall Tickets: Appeared for one or two or all of the earlier three TETs but do not have those Hall Ticket numbers now. How to know the previous Hall Ticket numbers?
A link is given on http://aptet.cgg.gov.in as ‘Know your previous TET HT numbers’. Candidates may find out their previous TET Hall Ticket numbers by giving either the reference ID and Date of Birth submitted in that particular TET or the Mobile Number and Date of Birth submitted in that particular TET application.
3. Complain Box: How to get the corrections done in the details submitted in the online application?
Candidates may submit complaints about a correction in the details submitted in the online application at the ‘Complaint Box’ hosted on the website http://aptet.cgg.gov.in up to 10-12-2015. Candidates can submit a complaint through complaint boxes only twice.
4. Aadhar card number: We have not taken the Aadhar card number. Then how can we submit?
Giving the details of Aadhar Card number is not mandatory.
5. TET Score: At the time of second TET conducted in January 2012 I was possessing B.Sc. (BZC) and B.Ed. (Telugu & Bio-Science Methods). I have qualified second TET with Math & Science as optional and Telugu as Language I. Now I have completed MA Telugu in May 2013. Will the second TET score be valid for School Assistant Telugu or Language Pandit Telugu?
No. your second TET score will be valid only for School Assistant, BioScience as you were possessing only those qualifications at that time. As you have acquired MA Telugu at a later date you have to qualify TET now for the appearing for the posts of Language Pandit Telugu or School Assistant Telugu. The same reply will hold good for all other subjects
6. TET Memo: How to get the marks memo of previous TETs?
Candidates can download the memorandum of Marks of earlier three TETs from the website www.nad.co.in by clicking on Results – APTET and giving the Hall Ticket Number, Mobile Number, and Date of Birth submitted in the application of that particular TET.
7. We are unable to locate the B.Ed./ D.Ed. Training College in the list displayed as that college does not exist now?
You can click on the other college option in case of colleges not shown in the list
8. Not studied SSC: We have directly pursued a degree without passing SSC. Hence, we cannot submit SSC hall Ticket Number?
If you have not studied SSC you type 999999999 in that place
9. Non Local: We are Non Local to Telangana State. Can we appear for TSTET and subsequent DSCs?
You will not be considered for recruitment through DSC even if you qualify in APTET. Hence, you may take a decision accordingly.
10. Language: I have pursued Class X in Telugu Medium, Intermediate in Hindi Medium and D.Ed. in Urdu Medium. My first Language in SSC and Intermediate is Hindi. Which Language Should I now choose as Language I in Paper I?
As per G.O.MS 51 School Education Dt.16.04.2013 and G.O.M.S. No.102, Dt.28.07.2011 the medium of the post opted by the candidate should be the same as Language I chose in APTET and Language Pandits should choose the language they pursued in their Pandit Training Course under Language I Of Paper-II of APTET irrespective of their medium of study in school or medium of school they intend to join in future.
Therefore, candidates intending to appear for the post of SGT and SA (Mathematics, Physical Science, BioScience, and Social Studies) should choose the medium of the post which they intend to opt-in DSC Recruitment Test as Language I and Language Pandit Teachers and School Assistant (Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Sanskrit, Tamil) should choose the Language they pursued in their Training Course as Language I in Paper II of TET irrespective of the medium of the school in which they may be posted.
Did I forget Journal Number? How to know my Journal Number?
If you pay through your debit card or net banking, you should go to the bank and get the bank account statement
for example in My Bank Statement:
I have paid 200 Rs for TSTET on 21-06-2020 If I forgot …
I saw My Journal number in the Reference number of my deducted amount(Rs.200 of Reference: JSBI5445716890IGABNBITS6)
My Journal Number is “JSBI5445716890”
Every deducted amount has a Reference number……….
So, You can easily find the Journal Number
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