HTET Admit Card 2022 Released @haryanatet.in: Check Login and How to Download

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HTET Admit Card 2022: Haryana School Education Board (HSEB) uploaded Haryana TET 2022 Admit Card on 26 November 2022. Check the Latest Updates Here.

HTET Admit Card 2022: The Haryana School Education Board (HSEB) has activated the link to download Haryana TET Admit Card on haryanatet.in today, 26 November 2022, for the students who are going to appear for the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) 2022. Students are advised to download the same right away with the help of their Registration Number and Password.

HTET Admit Card Download Link

The candidates can also check the steps to download HTET Admit Card here.

 Step 1: Go to the website of Harayana TET – harayanatet.in

Step 2: On the homepage, you need to click on the ‘Registration/ Login lin’ given at the left corner

Step 3: Provide the details and login

Step 4: Download HTET Call Letter

According to the BSEH Chairman, the exam will be held on 03 November 2022 (Saturday) and 04 December 2022 (Sunday) in the state. This year approx 3,05,717 candidates will be attending the exam in 504 centres of which 2,18,033 are women, 87,678 are men and 06 are transgenders.

Also, the HTET Admit Card Link provided here. It is mandatory to carry a colour print out of the admit card. Other than this, they need to bring an original ID Photo Card. The candidates can check the other instructions in the PDF below.

HTET Exam Date and Time

The exam will be held in three levels i.e. Level (PRT), Level 2 for TGT and Level 3 for PGT. There will be  42,888 women, 17,904 men and 02 transgender for Level 1, 1,07,040 women, 42,387 men and 03 transgender under Level 2 and  68,105 women, 27,387 men and 01 transgender will be appearing for the Level 3 Exam as per the following schedule

Exam TypeHTET Exam DateHTET Exam Time
Level 3 PGT03 December 2022From 3 PM to 5:30 PM
Level 2 TGT04 December 2022From 10 AM to 12:30 PM
Level 1 PRT04 December 2022From 3 PM to 5:30 PM

All three exams will be of 150 marks and consist of 150 Multiple-choice questions. The minimum qualifying marks are 60%. However, for Scheduled Castes and Differently abled/Physically Challenged of Haryana Domicile are required to score 55 %.

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