All About Rajasthan RTET Or REET 2021

Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (RTET) or Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher (REET) is conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER). The State-level RTET/REET exam is conducted for the recruitment of teacher for two different levels, Level I or Primary Teacher and Level II or Upper Primary Teacher. As per various media sources, REET notification will be out soon to fill vacancies for 32,000 posts. Those who clear REET will be eligible for the post of teachers in classes 1-5 and classes 6-8.

Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (RBSC) has been entrusted with the sole duty of organising the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET) in the state of Rajasthan. Interested and eligible candidates who wish to teach in Classes 1-8 are required to appear for Paper I or/ and Paper II of the REET followed by an Interview to qualify as Primary and Upper Primary Level Teachers.

REET EXAM 2021 APPLICATION PROCESS

Interested and Eligible candidates who want to apply for Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers, need to follow the instructions to successfully submit their registration forms.

Candidates are required to log in to the official website and click on the ‘Apply Online’ tab for REET Registration. Candidates would be further redirected to the online Application Form, which the candidate would have to fill in with all the details. The candidate registering for the examination would also be required to upload scanned copies of his Photograph and Signature within the specified size provided. Lastly, the candidate is required to pay the application fee via e-challan or debit card/credit card method to complete his application process. The confirmation page which would be generated once the payment has been successfully made must be printed for future reference.

REET Exam Pattern 2021

  • Interested and eligible candidates who apply for REET are required to go through the written examination followed by an Interview. The written Examination has two papers, Paper I and Paper II. Candidates who wish to teach in Classes 1-5 are required to appear for Paper I and are called Primary Teachers. While the candidates who wish to teach in Classes 6-8 are required to appear for Paper II of the written examination.
  • A candidate can decide to sit for both Paper I and Paper II of the REET Examination. The REET Examination for both Paper I and Paper II are held on the same day. While one paper is held before lunch during the morning shift, the second paper is held after lunch, called the afternoon shift. The REET written examination paper will have multiple choice questions, each carrying one mark with four alternatives. There will be no negative marking. There will be two papers of the REET exam:
  • REET Paper I

    Candidates are required to attempt 150 objectives multiple choice questions comprising of five sections. The total duration of the paper is 150 minutes.
  • REET Paper II

    Candidates are required to attempt 150 objectives multiple choice questions comprising of five sections. The total duration of the paper is 150 minutes. This section would be made up of four Sections: Section - I, II & III of 30 questions each and Section IV is for 60 Questions. Candidates would be required to attempt all sections and there is no negative marking in the paper. For both the papers the Language I has to be different from Language II. In Paper II, candidates are required to choose from Science & Mathematics OR Social Science as their optional subject.