MPTET Answer Key 2023 or MP TET Answer Key 2023 has been released by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board on its official website at peb.mp.gov.in.
MPPEB has released the answer key for the state Teacher’s Eligibility Test 2023 on its MPTET website. Candidates who appeared for the exam can check and download the answer key using their login details such as application number and password.
The exam was held on March 5. Candidates will be able to raise objections till March 15. Candidates have to pay ₹50 per objection representation.
Candidates can also raise objections against the MPTET answer key 2023 by paying a fee of Rs 50 per question. After that the link to raise objection will be disabled by the MP Board. Thereafter, the final answer key will be prepared for evaluation and final result by board.
|Name of the hall ticket||MPTET Answer Key2023|
|Title||Download MPTET Exam Answer Key 2023|
|Subject||MPPEB has released Madhya Pradesh TET Answer Key 2023|
|Exam Date||March 2023|
|Link||The direct link to raise objection|
How to check MPTET answer key 2023?
- Log on to the official MPPEB website
- Click on the answer key link for MP TET. You will be redirected to a new page
- Enter required credentials such as application number as per admit card
- Your MP TET 2023 answer key will be displayed on the screen
- Check and download the same
- If you want to raise objection, click the link for the same
- Select question which you want to raise objection to
- Raise objection, submit
- Pay the fees
- Save and download for for future use
MPTET is an eligibility test conducted by Madhya Pradesh Vyapam, through which the eligibility of a candidate is assessed for the recruitment of teachers in primary government schools.
Meanwhile, the MPTET question paper was allegedly leaked and students who had scored low marks were shortlisted for the recruitment exam. Several candidates have said there were anomalies in the teacher recruitment exams. A group of students held a protest outside the MP Professional Examination Board earlier. Candidates from Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Vidisha, and others, demanded a probe into the exam and wanted it to be canceled.