The Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test
Htet is one of the most necessary qualifications for anyone to be eligible for getting appointed as the teacher in any school that is recognized under Board of School Education in Haryana.
The Htet exams are conducted for enrollment as teachers in primary, secondary as well as senior secondary schools. The exams for the year 2017 were conducted in the month of December, and the htet results are likely to get announced on 15th February 2018 in HTET Website. The candidates who have appeared for the exam can keep an eye on the official website to know about the results declaration by the board. The exam schedule The Htet exams generally take place in the month of December, just as they did this year.
The OMR sheet was made available on the 9th of January this year with the final answer keys released on the 15th of January. The board allowed a time period of seven days from the 15th to 22nd of January for the candidates to report any discrepancies in the answer keys. The official notification had mentioned 15th of February as the date of the final htet results.
This year a grand total of over five lakh candidates appeared for the examination with approximately 1, 49,361 candidates for primary level,1,67,364 for TGT level and 1,27,352 for PGT level.
The exam pattern of HTET
The exam consists of three levels, namely primary, TGT and PGT level. The pattern of exam for each of the levels is as follows.
Level 1: For the candidates appearing for primary level, the exam consists of multiple-choice questions having a total of 150 marks. The syllabus consists of subjects like mathematics, general studies, languages, pedagogy and child development, and environmental studies.
Level 2: The exam pattern and the syllabus of the TGT level are same as the primary level. Apart from the multiple choice questions on the subjects mentioned above, there will also be subject specific questions.
Level 3: The exam pattern of PGT is similar to the two levels mentioned before. There are questions based on languages, child development, pedagogy, general studies and questions based on subjects that you have opted for.
Study material for the exam Getting the right books to study are of utmost importance in cracking the exam. You can opt for subject specific books on each of the topics like mathematics, pedagogy, child development and so on. You also need to keep an eye out for the yearly questions of the exam. Also, try to get hold of mock papers or model papers. Solving yearly question papers and model test papers should get you well prepared for the exams and make you more confident in appearing for the exams.
For the general studies, the questions can come from any subject and also current affairs. It is suggested that you do not rely solely on books on this topic. Make a habit of reading the newspapers daily to stay informed about the latest developments within the country and beyond.