MPTET 2020 Postponed, will be Conducted from September 26 to October 22

Madhya Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test Dates Postponed. Will Be Conducted From September 26 to October 22
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The Professional Examination Board of Madhya Pradesh declared that they would be postponing the Madhya Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (MPTET) 2020. As per the latest notification, the test will be conducted from September 26th to October 22nd, 2020. MP TET is conducted in order to evaluate the candidates whether they are eligible to work as teachers in the schools of Madhya Pradesh.

MP TET Exam Pattern:

MP TET is conducted as two different papers as follows.

  • MP TET Paper 1 is for candidates who want to teach classes 1st to 5th
  • MP TET Paper 2 is for candidates who want to teach classes 6th to 8th.

The syllabus for both papers is different.

Important Dates and Events for MP TET 2020

Release of Notification

January 6th, 2020

Registration start date

January 6th, 2020
Registration end date February 4th, 2020

Final date to fill out and edit the MPTET 2020 application form

February 9th, 2020

MP TET 2020 admit card release date

A few days before the exam


MP TET 2020 Admit Card Details

The Admit Card for MP TET is not yet released- but it will be available a few days before the exam date. The card is necessary for a candidate to take part in the test. It is advised that the candidates check the MP Professional Examination Board website to make sure they can access the card as soon as it is published online.

About MP TET 2020

TET is a compulsory requirement for teachers who wish to teach classes from 1st to 8th. The TET results are valid for seven years after passing. The exam pattern of MP TET 2020 is in the form of a Multiple Choice Question test. The candidates will be given two and a half hours to mark 150 answers worth one mark each. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Physically challenged category will have to score 50% marks, whereas the other candidates will have to score 60% marks to qualify. Therefore, candidates are advised to start preparing for the test to score optimum marks.


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