Beginning this year, the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) will be given twice a year in june and December. Regardless of when the district Selection Committee (DSC) announces that it is hiring teachers for government and local body schools in the state, the TET will go forward.

In addition to requiring States to administer TET twice a year, the National Council for Teacher education has already mandated that exam scores be valid for a lifetime. The TET, which consists of two exams, is now administered once a year; the most recent test was administered in september 2023.
Candidates who wish to teach classes I through v should fill out paper I, while those who want to teach classes VI through VIII should fill out paper II. Candidates must appear for both exams I and II if they plan to teach either classes I through v or classes VI through VIII.

Candidates who finished two-year BEd or DEd programs or wanted to improve their score have so far taken the TET. As of right now, in-service teachers who want to advance to the position of school assistant in local body and government schools must also take the TET. The government's plan to offer TET twice a year will help educators who are pursuing promotions.
In the meanwhile, the education Department is preparing to send out a DSC notification in two or three days to fill more than 11,000 teaching positions. It is anticipated that the recruiting exam will take place in May, following the parliamentary elections.

However because the exam was administered in september 2023, this time the DSC notice is scheduled before the TET. As per the most recent order, candidates seeking to become teachers can take the TET in june and upload their results for DSC recruitment following the results' announcement, according to authorities.
For the purpose of hiring teachers through the DSC notice, scores from the TS TET, ap TET, or CTET will be given twenty percent weighting.

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