What is the Full Form of REET

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Full form of REET

A full form of REET is Rajasthan Eligibility Examination conducted by the Secondary Education Board, Rajasthan (BSER). It is generally the most attempted exam in the state of Rajasthan. A government-level test was conducted for the appointment of teachers for two different grades, Level I or Primary Teacher and Level II or Upper Primary Teacher. Those who passed REET will be eligible for a teacher position in classes 1-5 and classes 6-8 at public schools in Rajasthan.

Full form of REET

Unlike CTET, REET is only applicable in the state of Rajasthan.

  • This means that from exam centers to job allocations will be confined to the state.
  • Any candidate applying for a job will be in the government or private schools of Rajasthan.

What is REET?

The Secondary Education Board, Rajasthan (BSER), has been given the sole responsibility of organizing REET / RTET in the state of Rajasthan.

  • Applicants in the education industry can grab this opportunity as 32,000 vacancies are expected to be filled this year. Candidate must clear a two-stage selection process that includes a Written Test and an Interview. BSER runs two REET Employment Papers: Level I (Primary - Class I to V) and Level II (Second - Class VI to VIII).
  • Students must clear both Paper if they want to qualify to teach at both levels, i.e., primary and secondary Levels. Candidates can apply for a level or both as per their interest and eligibility.
  • This year the REET exam date will be released soon.

Overview of REET Exam

  • REET exam will be conducted offline, which means it will be OMR based on a paper sheet.
  • There is no negative marking.
  • After qualifying for the REET exam candidate will be eligible for the post of primary and Lower Level teachers in Rajasthan province.
  • Students must score 60% or more in the REET exam to be eligible for TET.
  • Under the NCTE Guidelines, the REET Certificate will be valid for seven years from the date of the TET examination.

REET Eligibility Criteria

Below are the minimum eligibility criteria required for candidates for qualifications in Level I & Level II examinations.

REET Eligibility Criteria for Level 1 (Classes I to V)

  • High School or equivalent to 50% marks and passed or graduated in the final year of the 2nd year Diploma in Elementary Education
  • High School or equivalent 50% marks and passed or graduated in the final year of Bachelor of Elementary Education.
  • Senior Secondary or equivalent 50% marks and passed or graduated from last year of 2nd-year Diploma in Education.
  • Graduation and appearing in the final year of a second year Diploma in Elementary Education.

REET Eligibility for Level 2 (Classes VI to VIII)

  • Graduation and passing or appearing in the last year of a 2year Diploma in Elementary Education.
  • Graduation of at least 50% and graduate or appearing in one year of Bachelor in Education.
  • Graduation with at least 45% marks and passing or appearing in 1year Bachelor in Education, under the NCTE Regulations issued from time to time in this regard.
  • senior secondary or equivalent 50% marks and passed or appearing in the final 4 years of Bachelor in Elementary Education.
  • Senior secondary or equivalent 50% marks and passed or appearing in the last 4 years B.A / B.S.Ed. or B.A.Ed. / B.S.Ed.
  • Graduation of at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in the 1st year of B.Ed.
  • Graduation and passing or appearing in the final year of a 2 year Bachelor of Education.

REET Age Limit

No age limit mentioned in last year's notice. We will let you know if there are any changes to the age limit this year once the registration has been issued.

REET Cut-Off Marks

Category Minimum passing

percentage

  Qualifying

Marks

  Validity
  Non-TSP TSP Non-TSP TSP 3 Years
General / Unreserved 60 60 90 90
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 60 36 90 54
Scheduled Castes (SC),

Other Backward Classes (OBC),

Extremely Backward Classes (MBC)

and Economically Weaker Section (EWS)

55 55 82.5 82.5
All categories of widows and

abandoned women and ex-servicemen

50 50 75 75
All persons who come as per rules

in the category of Differently-abled

40 40 60 60
Sahariya tribe

 

36(Sahariya Area) 36(Sahariya Area) 54 54

REET Selection Process

The weightage of the marks obtained in the REET exam has been increased, In the REET Teaching recruitment Examination. Previously, the weightage of the REET marks was only 70% and 30% for the academic average of students. It is now converted to 90:10.

REET Recruitment Ration REET Marks Weightage Academic Weightage
Earlier 70 30
Now 90 10

 

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