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Special TET Assam 2021: Sarba Siksha Abhiyan Mission, Assam has released the admit card for Special TET (Lower Primary) of all contractual employees. Candidates who submitted their online applications for SSA Assam Special TET between 20th to 30th January 2021 can download their admit cards.
|Admit Card Status||Released|
Special TET Assam 2021 Details
Name of Exam: Special Teacher Eligibility Test, 2021
Name of Authority: Sarba Siksha Abhiyan Mission, Assam
Name of Organisation: Government of Assam
Type of Exam: Written Exam
Duration of Exam: 2½ Hours
Date of Exam: 3rd October 2021 (Sunday)
Venue of Exam: This detail will be provided on admit card.
How to Download Special TET Assam Admit Card
Candidates selected for the written examination of SSA, Assam Special TET can download their admit card from the official portal of Sarba Siksha Abhiyan Mission, Assam.
- Scroll down, check Important Link’s section.
- Click on Download TET Admit Card link.
- After that an official portal will load on the new window.
- Login inside that portal by providing the required information.
- After logging in, you will get the option to download your admit card.
Important Links of Special TET Assam
Exam Centres for Special TET Assam Exam 2021
|Name of District||District Code|
|South Salmara Mankachar||21|
Syllabus of Assam Special TET 2021
A total of 150 Multiple Choice Questions will be asked in Assam TET and each MCQ will contain 1 mark. The subject wise details are-
|Child Development & Pedagogy||30 MCQs||30 Marks|
|Language-I||30 MCQs||30 Marks|
|Language II||30 MCQs||30 Marks|
|Mathematics||30 MCQs||30 Marks|
|Environmental Studies||30 MCQs||30 Marks|
Language-I: Applicant needs to choose any one language from these – Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipur, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hmar.
Duration of Exam: 2½ hours (150 Minutes) for Paper-I. Additional 20 minutes’ time (per hour) will be there for visually impaired candidates
Minimum Marks for qualifying in TET: A candidate is required to score at least 60% i.e. 90 marks out of 150 to qualify for the Teachers’ Eligibility Test (TET). However, for SC/ST (Hills)/ ST(Plain)/ OBC/MOBC/ PWD (PH), there will be relaxation of 5 %. Thus, for these candidates, the qualifying score will be 55% i.e. 83 out of 150.
Medium of Question Paper: Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Hindi, English