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Level- 1 and 2, ie both 9 lakh 13 thousand 183 candidates will be included. At the same time, only 3 lakh 63 thousand 317 in Level-1 and 3 lakh 63 thousand 819 candidates applied in Level-2.
- 16 lakh 40 thousand 319 candidates have applied, examination will be done in two shifts
- First shift from 10 am to 12:30 am and second shift from 2:30 pm to 5 pm
Candidates applying for the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) 2021 have a deadline of 15 April for language and subject revision. A fee of three hundred rupees has been kept for each amendment by Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education. The writ will be held on 25 April and 16 lakh 40 thousand 319 candidates applied for it.
The Reet coordinator said that the candidates were given free revision opportunity in the past, but even after this, applications were received for change of language / subject. In such a situation, only for the change of language / subject, candidates are being given one last opportunity through a paid offline application. For this, payment of Rs 300 per amendment will have to be made by submitting postal order / bank demand draft to the coordinator REET.
Candidates who have sent applications for such amendment in the past, they will have to apply again in the prescribed form and submit the fee. Authorized website of prescribed application form and details REET http://reetbser21.com And board’s website http://rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in Available at Candidates will have to submit the application fee in the prescribed format for revision, application copy of REET Exam 2021 and self-attested documents related to the amendment by 15 March 2021 by 5 PM by post or in person at the REET office. No applications for modification after this date will be accepted.
Significantly, REET will take place in two innings on 25 April. Level- One and two, ie both 9 lakh 13 thousand 183 candidates will be included. At the same time, only 3 lakh 63 thousand 317 candidates have applied in Level One and 3 lakh 63 thousand 819 candidates in Level Two.
On 25 April, the first innings will be from 10 am to 12:30 pm. It will have exams for Level II classes 6 to 8. The second shift time will be from 2:30 pm to 5 pm, in this there will be examination for Level I to 1 to 5.
150 questions to be solved in two and a half hours
A total of 150 questions will be asked in both the first and second papers. All questions will be multiple choice. Candidates will be given two and a half hours to solve these questions. All the questions will be of 1-1 marks. Level 1 will have questions in 5 sections. 30–30 multiple choice questions will be asked in each section and 30–30 marks of questions are set in each section. In Level II, questions will be asked in four sections. There will be 30 30 multiple choice questions in the first 3 sections and each section will be of 30-30 marks. In the fourth section, 60 multiple choice questions will be asked and their marks will be 60.