Rajasthan Teacher Recruitment Exam Syllabus has been released. State Education Minister Bulaki Das Kalla has given this information by tweeting. Let us tell you that Rajasthan Education Department will recruit 46,500 posts this year. The third grade teacher recruitment exam will be conducted in Rajasthan in January 2023. REET The candidates preparing for the exam have got a big relief from this. Let us tell you that changes have also been made in the syllabus and exam pattern of REET exam. Candidates can check the exam details on the website.
Education Minister BD Kalla gave information
The detailed syllabus of teacher direct recruitment competitive examination has been released. The detailed syllabus has been uploaded on the departmental website. pic.twitter.com/ezTFy21RbU
— Dr. Bulaki Das Kalla (@DrBDKallaINC) August 10, 2022
Giving information on the tweet, Education Minister Bulaki Das Kalla has said that the detailed syllabus of teacher direct recruitment competitive examination has been issued. The above detailed syllabus has been uploaded on the departmental website.
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students were demanding syllabus
There was a continuous demand for detailed syllabus from the candidates applying for teacher recruitment in Rajasthan. There were many protests regarding this. But now in view of the concern of the candidates, the Education Department has released the detailed syllabus.
Recruitment of 46500 Posts
This time REET 2022 Paper-1 and Paper-2 exam was conducted on 23 and 24 July in four shifts. A total of 3,86,508 candidates had registered themselves for Paper-1. A total of 12,57,738 candidates had registered themselves for Paper-2. According to the official notification issued by the board, under this examination, 46,500 posts of teachers will be recruited in primary and upper primary schools of Rajasthan.
REET Syllabus Changes
According to the released syllabus, the exam will be of 300 marks. There will be one question paper for the exam. The duration of the question paper will be 2 hours 30 minutes. There will be a total of 150 questions in the question paper. All questions will be MCQs. There will be negative marking in the evaluation of answers. For each wrong answer one third of the marks prescribed for that particular question will be deducted.
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