Tamil Nadu Teachers Eligibility Test (TNTET) Paper-II-2022
RELEASE OF TENTATIVE KEY AND OBJECTION TRACKER
As per Notification No.01/2022 dated 07.03.2022, Teachers Recruitment Board conducted the Computer Based Examination for Tamil Nadu Teachers Eligibility Test (TNTET) Paper II for the year 2022 from 03.02.2023 to 15.02.2023 in 23 sessions.
Now, the Board has released the tentative key answers with the master question paper in PDF Format relevant to the session in which the candidates wrote on the exam day. The candidates may submit their objection or representation regarding the published key. Candidates should submit their objection or representation only through online objection tracker, available in the TRB website within the stipulated time i.e., from 22.02.2023 to 25.02.2023 till 05:30 pm.
The candidates are instructed to submit their objection or representation regarding the key against master question paper only. (i.e., Question Number and options). For any objections, candidates should give proof from standard Text Books only. Guides/Notes will not be entertained by TRB. The representation in any other form including e-mail, courier, India-post or application in person will not be entertained. Representations without proper evidence will not be entertained. They will be summarily rejected. For each objection separate OTP will be generated.
For this, the candidates are instructed to follow the procedure as follows:
Step 1 Click the link provided in the website
Step 2 Enter the applicant's Registration Number/Enrollment Number in the Registration Number Field
Step 3 Select the applicant's Date of Birth.
Step 4 Select the Date of the Examination
Step 5 Select the Scheduled Batch
Step 6 Enter the Captcha which is displayed on the portal screen
Step 7 After completing the OT Registration Form, the applicant will click the submit button, and the system will generate OTP to the registered mobile number of the applicant
Step 8 After Successful OTP verification, the system will move to the applicant OT landing page
Step 9 Read the Instructions and accept the declaration
Step 10 To view the Master Question paper Click here to view Master Question Paper"
Step 11 Raise the objection in the given fields
Step 12 Upload the supporting document and Click Save and Submit