Rajasthan PTET 2020 Result: Government Dungar College Bikaner (DCB) has declared the result of Rajasthan Pre-Teacher Education Test 2020 (Rajsthan PTET 2020) for two-year BA course. Omprakash Beniwal has topped this exam. PTET co-ordinator Dr GP Singh told the media that Beniwal, a resident of Barmer, topped the state by securing 521/600 marks. On the other hand, Hemant Kumar Goyal of Sawai Madhopur has secured the second position in the state with 520 points. With this, Ramesh Kumar of Barmer has secured third place in the state in the PTET 2020 examination with 512 marks. Candidates appearing in the Rajasthan PTET 2020 exam are now the official website of DCB ptetdcb2020.com Or you can check your result by going to https://ptet.in/. You can also check your results from the direct link given here.
Rajasthan PTET 2020 Result for 2 year B.Ed
Bikaner Government Dungar College has the right to release the results of Rajasthan PTET 2020. Dungar releases college PTET results. According to the ticker running on the website of the website, PTET results were already released for the 4-year B.Ed / B.Sc B.Ed (BA B.Ed / B.Sc B.Ed) candidates. At the same time, candidates were waiting for a long time for the result of two-year B.Ed course.
Admission for 4 year B.Ed course till 13 October
According to the revised schedule of Dungar College, Bikaner, online registration was to be done from 7 October to 13 October 2020 for counseling for admission in 4-year B.Ed. Along with this, a fee of Rs 5000 was also to be paid in the bank. The BCD had stated in its notice that after the first counseling, the information about the allotted college will be given on 16 October.
PTET exam was held on 16 September 2020
On September 16, the PTET examination was successfully completed in the state. Coordinator Dr. GP Singh had told that out of one lakh 90 thousand candidates registered for the four-year course examination, about one lakh 57 thousand students took the test. That is, a total of 82.86 percent participated in the examination. Similarly, out of total 3 lakh 67 thousand 662 candidates registered in the afternoon session for two-year course, three lakh 26 thousand 683 took the examination and the total percentage was 88.85. Similarly, out of 17 thousand 250 candidates registered in Bikaner, 14 thousand 750 took the exam.