West Bengal (WBBPE) TET primary school 2015 exam results: After much hullaballoo, tens of thousands of anxious students will now be able to access the West Bengal (WBBPE) TET primary school 2015 exam results, which have been finally declared courtesy the Calcutta High Court order on September 14. Now, that the results of Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) are available, candidates can go and check at wbresults.nic.in. The results that have been declared are for the most important vacancies for recruitment of primary teachers – the jobs advertised for are hugely in demand and candidates would be glad that the unnecessary wait is over. In West Bengal, there are as many as 30,000 vacancies for primary teachers to be filled through this exam.
One of the biggest reasons why the West Bengal (WBBPE) TET primary school 2015 exam results were not declared was because of the controversy breaking out and this then was sought to be solved by taking the entire matter to court. Needless to say it was very time consuming and caused huge delays for candidates. One of the biggest bones of contention was about why non-trained candidates were being allowed into teaching jobs.
How to access West Bengal (WBBPE) TET primary school 2015 exam results:
STEP 1. Keep your official registrtation/Roll No. handy. Do not make any mistake in typing-in the number
STEP 1. Go to official websites wbresults.nic.in or westbengalssc.com
STEP 1. Locate the link ‘West Bengal TET results’ and click on it. It is prominently displayed on home page
STEP 1. Enter the data as requested in the boxes provided
STEP 1. The result will be flashed on your screen.
STEP 1. Download the same on your computer or take a printout
In the wake of the declaration of the West Bengal (WBBPE) TET primary school 2015 exam results, board president Manik Bhattacharya said, “The court had earlier put a stay order on releasing the results and after the verdict came we immediately published the results” .
And who will be the lucky ones who will be celebrating? Well, according to the board, a successful candidate will be the one who scores qualifying marks of 60 pct out of a total of 150 marks. However, for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes there is a 5 pct relaxation. Same applies to some other groups like OBC(A), OBC(B), even ex-servicemen. The board notification has the entire list.
That this is one of the most popular of examinations is clear from the fact that as many as 20 lakh candidates sat for the West Bengal (WBBPE) TET exam. The exam was held on October 11, 2016.