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Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher or REET is conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER). The State-level RTET/REET exam is conducted to recruit Level I or Primary Teachers and Level II or Upper Primary Teachers. As per various media sources, REET is going to be held for 32,000 posts. Those who clear REET will be eligible for the post of teachers in classes 1-5 and classes 6-8.
|Notification||5th January 2021|
|Exam Date||26th September 2021|
|Result Date||To be notified|
No age limit is imposed for the REET or RTET exam. Candidates with relevant educational qualifications from any age group can apply for the examination.
- Senior Secondary or equivalent qualification with at least 50% marks along with appearing or passed in the last year of two-years Diploma in Elementary Education/or appearing in the previous year of 4- years Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed)/appearing during the last year of 2- year Diploma in Education (Special Education). Or,
- Graduation along with appearing or passed in the final year of two-year Diploma in Elementary Education
Upper Primary Teacher-
- Graduation with at least 50% marks and qualified or appearing in 1-year B.Ed. (Special Education). Or,
- Graduation and qualified or appearing in the final year of 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education. Or,
- Graduation with at least 50% marks and qualified or appearing in 1-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed). Or,
- Graduation with at least 45% marks and qualified or appearing in 1- year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed), per the NCTE regulations. Or,
- Senior Secondary (or equivalent qualification) with at least 50% marks and qualified or appearing in the final year of 4- year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed)/appearing in the final year of 4- year B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed
|General/OBC||Rs. 500 (for 1 paper), Rs. 800 (for 2 papers)|
|SC/ST/PWD||Rs. 250 (for 1 paper),Rs. 500 (for 2 papers)|
How To Apply + Application Form Correction Date
- Candidates should visit the Rajasthan School Education Board's official website to register themselves.
- Then the candidates must register themselves on the website.
- After the registration process, the applicants will be given their login credentials.
- The candidates will receive their login information in their mail. For this, the applicant must have a working e-mail ID.
- If the applicants forget the login credentials, they can refer to the e-mail sent to them.
- After this, the candidates should log in by using their login details.
- The application form will be available in the form of a link- 'apply online'.
- Applicants should open that link to gain access to the application form.
- The application form contains details to be filled in by the applicants such as Date of Birth, Name, Father's Name, Mother's name, etc.
- All the details are to be filled in without any mistakes and verified at least once before the submission.
- Now the applicants might be required to upload the necessary documents.
- Scanned copies of the applicant's passport size photograph, signature and category certificate must be kept ready.
- The candidate's photograph must be scanned clearly without any unwanted borders, as a plain background is preferred.
- The candidates must scan the application signature clearly. Using a ballpoint pen to do the signature is advised.
- After filling in the application form, the applicants have to make the application fee payment.
- Only after the payment, the application form is considered complete.
- The application fee should be paid through internet banking, credit card or debit card.
Through online mode, the admit card for REET 2021 will be released. Candidates can download the admit card by logging in with the form number/challan number. The REET 2021 admit card contains essential details such as the candidate's name, roll number etc. It is crucial to carry the admit card to the exam centre for entry.
The Secondary Education Board has released a total of 31,000 vacancies for both categories of exams together. The post-wise vacancy is not yet announced.
The Selection Process for REET consists of a two-stage procedure. Candidates have to clear both the stages for their final selection. These stages are as given below -
- Written Test
- Personal Interview
Level 1: Class 1-5
- Five parts will be there in this written test which will be conducted offline (OMR Based).
- 150 marks for 150 questions will be there in the written test for Level I in total.
- The total time duration to complete the examination is 2 hrs 30 minutes.
- No negative marking in the exam.
Level 2 Class 6-8
- Four parts will be there in the Level II examination pattern, and the test will be conducted offline.
- Level II examination consists of 150 questions for 150 marks.
- You will have 2 hours 30 minutes to complete this test.
- No negative marking in the exam.
|Level 1||Level 2|
|Child Development and Pedagogy||Child Development and Pedagogy|
|Environment Studies||Social Studies|
|Mathematics and Science||Mathematics and Science|
To be notified.
|Category||Qualifying marks (Expected)|
|General/Unreserved||Non-TSP – 60%, TSP-60%|
|ST||Non-TSP – 55%,TSP- 36%|
|SC/ OBC/ MBC/ EWS||55%|
Job Profile and Salary
|3rd Grade Teacher||Rs. 23,700 (basic pay + grade pay)|
|2nd Grade Teacher||Rs. 37,800 (basic pay + grade pay)|
|1st Grade Teacher||Rs. 44,300 (basic pay + grade pay)|
According to REET 2016 analysis-
|Sl.No.||Subject||Number of Questions||Difficulty Level|
|1.||Child Development and Pedagogy||30||Easy|
|2.||Language 1 (English/Hindi)||30||Easy|
|3.||Language 2 (English/Hindi)||30||Difficult|
|4.||Science and Mathematics||60||Medium|
- Be familiar with the examination syllabus and pattern in detail- It is essential to collect the complete study material of the REET examination because there might be the probability that there are some updates in the REET syllabus this year. Therefore, students must be fully aware of the additional part of the syllabus before they start preparing for the exam. Go through the complete syllabus and write down the important topics before starting your preparations.
- Prioritize Your Subjects- You need to score well in the paper from your subjects. Remember that you must have a sound knowledge of the REET examination pattern. So prioritize the topics and spend your time in preparation and planning accordingly.
- Proper schedule- You must make an appropriate schedule to give an equal amount of time to various subjects. You should invest more time in the difficult part of the syllabus as it will help you prepare easily. Manage your time according to the type of questions to balance the time in the mains exam.
- Solve Previous Year's Question Papers- This is the most important preparation tip for REET aspirants. While solving the previous years' question paper, you get an idea about the type of questions you will be facing and know the method to solve them. Solving previous exams question papers is very important and the best strategy to clear the REET exam.
- Make notes- Start making notes on every subject before you start memorizing. By doing this, you can cover the entire syllabus on your notebooks and then quickly learn the different concepts of the respective subjects. Make special notes and crucial points of the curriculum; due to this, you can quickly revise the vital aspects of the syllabus before appearing in the exam.
- Short tricks- Aspirants should have the capability to learn fast tricks. Primarily, government examinations focus on the time management ability of the candidate so, if a candidate knows the short tricks to solve the questions, they can easily manage the time during the exam.
- Examine your Performance- After solving the previous year papers, you must analyze your performance, like where are you doing better and where you are lacking. Attempt maximum mock tests and question papers to make your performance better.
Previous Question Papers
Click here to view REET Previous Papers.
Click here to view Rajasthan TET Question Papers.
Click here to view RTET Exam Previous Year Question Papers.
Click here to view Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test Model Papers.
Click here to view REET Question Paper.
|Reet Social Studies for Level 2||N.M Sharma|
|Upkar REET Level 1st Practice Set|
|Guide REET Social Studies and Pedagogy Examination Points (Samajik Adhyan & Sikshashastriye mude)|
|Jyothi Margdarsika REET Hindi for Level one and second|
|Lakshya REET Level two Maths and Science Language Guide Hindi, English with free solved Paper, Sanskrit, and Practice Paper|
|REET Sanskrit Model Papers|
|REET Books REET child development|
|REET book Child Development|
|REET Child Development Book|
|First Rank Publication REET Basic General Knowledge NCERT For RAS, Teachers first and second Level, PAWAR|
|Guider REET Level 1st Practice Work Book|
A Time table: Analyze your standard long before the exam. When it comes to REET, eleventh-hour preparations never really work. Create a well-structured schedule for each day. REET expects you to be familiar with this that preparation for this exam takes a good amount of time. To successfully crack REET, the aspirants should start preparing ahead of time.
Learn & Revise: The syllabus of the REET examination can get you anxious. Plan your study method in such a way that you get to revise whatever you have learnt the whole day or week.
Making evident notes: This tip doesn't even need to be here but yes, making quick notes when you're studying helps them the next time you flip their books for revision.
Practicing questions: A crucial task to add to your daily life as an aspirant is practicing previous years' question paper. At least, the past 5 years' questions need to be solved by the learner. Solving past year questions might sound like a mundane task, but it is worth the pain. It helps you to provide a clear picture of what you are going to approach.
Personality & Communication skills: The interview phase is a very significant part of the examination. It would be best if you addressed your thoughts transiently to the interviewers. Therefore, it is highly recommended to prepare for the interview several times, polishing your communication skills. Body language is one such property to be taken care of in an interview. The interview phase of the exam is not designed to judge one's expertise on a subject. However, a candidate has to answer all the questions with honesty.
Wish you all the very best for your exam!