What Is REET
The full form of REET is Rajasthan Eligibility Examination is conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER). Rajasthan Eligibility Examination of teachers (REET) is an eligibility test that is conducted by Rajasthan Education Board. REET is a state-level exam that is conducted for the recruitment of the teacher for Level I or Primary Teacher and Level II or Upper Primary Teacher.
Overview of REET Exam
- REET will be conducted Offline i.e. pen-paper mode examination.
- There will be no negative marking.
- After qualifying for this REET test candidate will become eligible for the post of teacher in Primary and Upper Primary Level in the state of Rajasthan.
- In accordance with NCTE Guidelines, REET Certificate shall be valid for a period of 3 years from the date of the TET examination.
RBSE had announced 32000 vacancies for the post of government 3rd-grade teacher at the state level in Rajasthan. The candidates to appear for these vacancies must clear the qualifying test which is to be held on 26th September. In the REET Examination, the weightage of the marks obtained in the REET exam has been calculated in the Final merit list of the 3rd Grade vacancy
Revised REET 2021 Cut Off
The Supreme Court has also released an order for NCTE regarding the revised passing criteria for REET 2021 for various category
|Category||Minimum passing percentage||Qualifying Marks||Validity|
|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||82.5|
|All categories of widows and abandoned women and ex-servicemen||50||75|
|All persons who come as per rules in the category of Differently-abled||40||60|
|Sahariya tribe||36(Sahariya Area)||54|
REET Selection Process
Previously, the weightage of the REET marks is only 70% and 30% is for the academic weightage of the candidates. Now it is converted into 90: 10.Revised REET selection process has been tabluated below
|REET Recruitment Ration||REET Marks Weightage||Academic Weightage|
Difference Between REET & CTET
CTET or Central Teacher Eligibility Test is a central-government conducted eligibility test. On the other hand, TET or Teacher Eligibility Test is a state-government conducted eligibility test. The reason behind implementing Exam is to maintain teaching level nationwide and benchmarks of teacher quality within the recruitment process.
CTET Exam is just qualifying in nature, on the hand, REET Exam scorecard will be used to make the final merit list of the 3rd-grade teacher vacancy.