The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) has commenced the application process for Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET 2021) from January 11, 2021. Candidates who wish to appear in REET can apply at the official website of Rajasthan Board- rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
REET Exam 2021 news, The Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) has been postponed for the second time due to the prevailing situation in the Covid-19 second wave. The RTET 2021 test was supposed to be held on September 26, however, it has been postponed due to the coronavirus. The revised exam date have not been announced and are expected shortly.
According to the notification, the Board has revised the syllabus and eligibility criteria for this examination. Interested and eligible candidates can apply till February 12, 2021. However, the candidates have to pay the requisite application fee for the examination by February 4.
According to the REET schedule released by the Rajasthan Board, the REET exam will be conducted in two shifts. Both shifts will be two and a half hours each. The first stage i.e. Classes 1 to 5 and the second stage i.e. Classes 6 to 8 will be conducted on the notified date, in morning and afternoon shifts. Candidates will be able to download their REET admit card from one week before conduct of examination.
|Name of the exam||REET Exam 2021|
|Title||Download REET notification 2021|
|Subject||BSER has released REET notification 2021|
|Exam Date||REET 2021 Exam To Be Held On September 26|
|Education Board Website||rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in|
|Admit card||REET Admit Card 2021|
REET Application Fee: Candidates who wish to apply for both the papers have to pay ₹750 application fee; others have to pay ₹550. The validity of REET Score card will be valid for three years from the date of declaration of the result.
How to apply for REET 2021
- Visit the official website rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in
- Click on ‘REET 2021’ on the main page
- You will be redirected to a new page
- Click on ‘new registration’
- Register by writing details
- Fill form, upload images
- Pay fee, submit
Important dates for REET Exam
- Starting date for online application: January 11, 2021
- Last date for online application: February 8, 2021
- Date of submission of application fee: January 11 to February 4, 2021
- Admit Card download date: April 14, 2021, onward
- Exam date: REET 2021 Exam To Be Held On September 26
Passing Marks for REET Exam: Several sections have been exempted from eligibility marks in REET. According to the notice, the reserved classes will get a concession of 5 percent to 20 percent marks in the eligibility marks. The minimum passing scores for various categories in REET are set as follows:
- General / Unreserved: 60 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
- Scheduled Tribes (ST): 55 (Non-TSP), 36 (TSP)
- Scheduled Caste (SC), OBC, MBC and Economic Weaker Section: 55 Marks (Non-TSP & TSP)
- All category widows and abandoned women and ex-servicemen: 50 Marks (TSP and Non-TSP)
- Divyang: 40 Marks (TSP & Non-TSP)
- Sahariya Tribe: 36 Marks (TSP & Non TSP)
Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan has specified the complete scheme and pattern of REET in the official information brochure. REET syllabus is based on the child development and pedagogy and language I and II in both the papers. In addition, the syllabus of paper 1 also includes the subjects of maths and environmental science. Similarly, the syllabus of paper 2 consists of the subjects of maths and science/ social science besides the common subjects.
Candidates preparing for the upcoming exam may note the details of the exam pattern in the official information brochure. The exam is being conducted for two papers where Paper 1 is for those who aspire to be a teacher of Class I to V while paper 2 is for those who aspire to be a teacher of classes 6 to 8.
Candidates appearing for paper 2 have to choose any one among the subjects of maths and science or social science depending on their preference to become a subject teacher in. Similarly, for the language papers, candidates can choose among the language options of English, Hindi, Sindhi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Punjabi and Gujarati.
REET is an eligibility exam for those interested to teach in state-based schools. Those who wish to teach classes 1 to 5 will have to appear for paper 1 while those willing to teach classes 6 to 8 will have to take paper 2.
The minimum passing mark in REET is 60 per cent. For candidates of Schedule Tribes in scheduled areas of Rajasthan, the minimum passing mark is 36 per cent. Candidates who qualify in the exam will be issued a certificate, which will remain valid for a period of three years.
REET Admit Cards will be released by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan, (BSER) on its official website – reetbser.com. Candidates seeking to qualify for applying for the teaching jobs in government schools of Rajasthan to appear for REET.
- REET Level-II for Teacher Eligibility Test for Class VI to VIII
- REET Level-I for Teacher Eligibility Test for Class I to V
REET Exam Pattern: The Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers will carry 150 MCQs and candidates need to score minimum 60% to qualify the exam. Candidates from Schedule Tribes (ST) of Rajasthan are eligible for relaxation and need 36% to qualify the exam. The qualified candidates will be issued a certificate which will be valid for a period of 3 years and candidates will be eligible to apply for government teaching jobs as and when they are released by the education department of the state.
REET Exam syllabus
|Name of the subject||Topics|
|Child Development & Pedagogy||Teaching-learning process, Learning Difficulties, Theories of learning and its implication, Action Research, Child Development, How Children learn and think, Individual Differences, Factors Affecting Learning, Meaning & Concept of learning and its processes, The right to Education Act 2009, Meaning and purposes of Assessment, Understanding diverse learners, Motivation and Implications for Learning, The Role of Heredity and environment|
|Environmental Studies||Our Culture and Civilization, Matter and Energy, Public places and Institutions, Living Beings, Personal Hygiene, Family, Discussion, Experimentation/Practical Work, Profession, Transport and Communication, The significance of Integrated & Environment Studies, Approaches to presenting concepts, Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation, Clothes and Habitats, Teaching material Aids, Problems of Teaching, Concept &scope of Environment Studies, Environmental Studies and Environmental Education Learning Principles, Scope and Relation to Science & Social Science, Activities|
|Mathematics and Science||Indices, Algebraic expressions, Factors, Percentage, Living Being, Human body and health, Animal Reproduction and Adolescence, Force and Motion, Heat, Light & Sound, Solar System, Chemical Substances, Plane Figures, Equations, Interest, Ratio and Proportion, Lines and Angles, Surface Area and Volume, Area of Plane figures, Statistics, Graph, Micro-organisms|
|Social Studies||Indian Civilization, Culture, and Society, Mauryan & Gupta Empires and Post-Gupta Period, Indian Constitution and Democracy, Pedagogical Issues – I, Geography and Resources of Rajasthan, Pedagogical Issues – II, Resources and Development, Main Components of the Earth, Medieval and Modern Period, Geography and Resources of India|
|English (Paper-1)||Unseen Prose Passage, Development of Language Skills, Teaching Learning Materials, Framing Questions Including Wh-questions, Teaching Learning Materials, Principles of Teaching English, Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluation|
|English (Paper-II)||English, Basic knowledge of the English Sounds and their Phonetic Transcription, Modal Auxiliaries, Phrasal Verbs, and Idioms, Literary Terms, Unseen Poem, Principles of the Teaching English, Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching, Challenges of Teaching|