1. As per notification No.4/2012 dated
07.03.2012, Teachers Recruitment Board conducted Teacher
Eligibility Test for Paper I and Paper-II on 12.07.2012.
2,88,588 candidates wrote exam for Paper-I and 3,88,175
candidates wrote exam for Paper-II. (Totally 6,76,763) The
tentative answer keys was published on the website of the
Teachers Recruitment Board and representations, objections etc.
were invited from the candidates within one week. All the
representations received within the stipulated time have been
thoroughly examined by subject experts. After thorough scrutiny,
a revised and final answer key has been arrived at and based on
that, OMR answer sheets have been valued and provisional results
of the written examination is published herein.
2. Candidates who have secured 60% marks and
above are declared to have passed the Teacher Eligibility Test
subject to the Certificate Verification and production of valid
documents at the time of Certificate Verification. Dates for
Certificate Verification will be announced shortly.
3. The Board on a sympathetic note, permitted
candidates to carry out certain corrections for their mistakes
in the application forms. But the same concession can not be
extended in the answer sheets in a competitive examinations.
Therefore, the Teachers Recruitment Board has resolved to deduct
5 marks for candidates who failed to indicate booklet series in
the OMR answer sheets. For those candidates who failed to
indicate their subject option in Paper II, the Board has
resolved to deduct 3 marks those candidates who failed to
indicate the correct language option, the Board resolved to
deduct 2 marks. Candidates who took their original OMR answer
sheets with them, their candidature has been cancelled and the
Board has also directed to initiate departmental action against
the Hall Invigilators for their negligent conduct. OMR Answer
sheets of candidates who wrote different roll number other than
the actual roll number allotted to them have not been valued and
their candidatures have also been cancelled. Some candidates
have written examination paper other than mentioned in their
application form. Their OMR answer sheets are not evaluated and
candidature cancelled. Board has also resolved to initiate
departmental action against the concerned Hall invigilators. In
some cases, the signatures in the OMR sheets do not match with
the signatures in application form. candidature of such case,
has been declared as invalid and the Board has also resolved
that they will be debarred from writing any examination
conducted by Teachers Recruitment Board for the next five years.
4. Many candidates had requested for
correction in their name spellings. They were permitted to
correct their name by following the prescribed procedures at the
time of examination by submitting suitable documentary evidence.
Candidates who have carried out correction in their names in the
OMR answer sheets , but failed to submit documentary evidence,
their request has not been considered in the absence of