305717 candidates will appear in Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test


A total of 305717 candidates will appear in the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET), which will be conducted by the Board of School Education Haryana on 3 and 4 December, 2022. 504 examination centres have been set up for HTET. Giving information in this regard, an official spokesperson said that on 3 December (Saturday), the Level-3 (PGT) examination will be conducted in the evening session from 3.00 pm to 5.30 pm, in which 95493 candidates will appear in 327 examination centres set up in the state. On December 4 (Sunday), 149430 candidates will appear in the Level-2 (TGT) examination to be conducted in the morning session from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm in 504 examination centres, while 60794 candidates will appear in the Level-1 (PRT) examination to be conducted in the evening session from 3.00 pm to 5.30 pm in 215 examination centres.
It is also shared that the inspection arrangements for examination centres have been chalked out. Around 172 “flying squads” have been appointed to strictly check cheating and other irregularities. Apart from this, full-time observers have also been appointed at each examination centre across the state, including an officer of the district administration and an officer or official of the education board as representatives. The eligible candidates’ admit cards (admit cards) for this examination will be available on the board’s website, www.bseh.org.in, beginning 26 November, 2022.
It is worth stating that, as with last year, a hi-tech control room is being set up at the board headquarters. During the examination, the board will maintain a strict vigil through the hi-tech control room at all the examination centres in the state. Live monitoring of candidates will be done at the entrance, and a case will be registered against the candidate found involved in using unfair means. It was informed further that from 2 December, 2020, to 4 December, 2022, one control room will be set up in the office of all district education officers. The District Education Officer will appoint one officer of his office, two employees, and one class IV official in the control room. The officers appointed to this control room will maintain direct contact with the control room set up at the board headquarters. It is necessary to send the list of appointed officers and officials to the control room established at the board headquarters. The identity cards have been issued by the board to all camerapersons, the jammer man, and representatives deployed at biometric, frisking, and CCTV in all the examination centres established across the state. Following the signature of the district representative of the concerned firm on these identity cards, the centre superintendent must countersign them all.