www.tspsc.gov.in Gurukulam TGT PGT Answer Key 2017
|Name of the Organization||Telangana State Public Service Commission|
|Name of the Examination||TGT PGT PET Teachers Exam|
|Name of the Posts||Gurukulam, TGT, PGT Teacher Posts|
|Number of Posts||7306 posts|
|Last Date for Online Registration||4th March 2017|
|Date for Examination||31st May 2017|
|Category||Answer Key/ Result|
TSPSC Gurukulam TGT PGT PET Teachers Selection Process
The authority has their own selection criteria to select candidates for the teacher’s position. The candidate who wants to become a Teacher has to undergo various selection processes and must score good marks in all the processes.
In the preliminary exam, the candidate will get the prelims paper with 150 questions which is to be answered by the candidates. The paper is based on the General Studies, General Abilities, and English. The total time duration for the exam is 2.30 hours and the total marks for the paper is 150 marks.
Candidates who get shortlisted from the preliminary exam will be going to appear in the main examination which is based on the objective type question paper. In paper 1, there are 150 questions available which are based on Pedagogy and the total time duration for the same is 2.30hrs. In paper 2, there will be 150 questions in a paper which are based on Subject Discipline Knowledge where the total time duration of the paper is 2.30hrs.
The screening test will be held in Hyderabad at its district headquarters. Candidate can check his or her exam center available on their admit card.
After the declaration of the answer key, the authority will soon release the result for the TSPSC Teachers post. The date of the result declaration is not known but we will soon update the dates here. Candidate can check his or her result by visiting their official website.
TSPSC Gurukulam Cutoff Marks 2017
Candidates whose score is good in the preliminary exam will be going to admit in the main examination which will be held on 31st May 2017. The selection of the candidates will be based on the ratio 1:15 for the main examination. The candidate must achieve the minimum qualifying marks for selection which are 40% if he or she is General category candidate whereas the reserved category candidate’s minimum marks criteria are 35%.