Htet Exam

HTET 2022: Check Exam Result, Cut Off Marks & Score Card

Htet Exam
HTET 2022: Check Exam Result, Cut Off Marks & Score Card
September 13, 2021
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

As the official notification for HTET 2021 is yet to be released, the dates of releasing the HTET result are not definite. But in the last exam, i.e. HTET 2020-21, the final result was declared on 8th April 2021, though the exam was taken on 2nd and 3rd January 2021.

So, now you have an idea of how things may go if everything happens just the same as the previous year. But again, this is not to be forgotten that we still are not completely out of the clutches of this horrific pandemic. The third wave is just lurking about, and given the circumstances, the dates may very well change.

Based on their performances in the written exam, candidates will be shortlisted for an interview. Yet, the interview carries only 20% weightage while the written exam has 80% weightage in the final calculation to prepare the final merit list.

Table of Contents

How to check the HTET exam result?

Last year, the result of HTET was announced nearly two months after the written exam. The pdf of the result will be available on the official website of BSEH. Shortlisted candidates will be posted in different schools of Haryana.

This is how the candidates can view and download their results:

  • Visit the online website of the Board of Secondary Education, Haryana, which is http://www.bseh.org.in
  • There should be a link called ‘Results’ on the Home page. Open this link.
  • All the exams of BSEH will appear as a list. Select the relevant one.
  • A pdf will open in another tab and it will show the names and roll numbers of all the selected students.

 

HTET Exam Result Cut off Marks

Knowing the cut-offs is important because it helps to plan the strategy for qualifying and to understand how much one has to score according to the category he belongs to.

Things on which cut off marks depend on each year:-

  • The cut-off is directly proportional to the number of examinees, i.e. the more is the number of candidates, the higher is the cut-off.
  • A high number of vacancies also leads to higher cut off marks.
  • The difficulty level of the paper has a role to play. If the paper is comparatively easier, most of the aspirants are able to get a decent score, which means the cut off also rises.

The cut-off mark of the last year is crucial because that is the basis of setting the cut-off, that is, the contemplation starts from there— and then the additional factors also matter.

 

Results of HTET 2020-21 Downloading Link
Additional result Click here
Result & shortlisted candidates Click here
Selected candidates for PRT (Level 1) Click here
Selected candidates for TGT (Level 2) Click here
Selected candidates for PGT (Level 3) Click here

 

HTET Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

 

HTET: How to check cut off marks?

You can check the cut off marks similarly as accessing the admit cards or results. All you have to is to open the official website, log in with your registration id and password, and open the relevant tab. You will know where to click once you log in.

 

Below are the steps to check the SSC JHT Cut off 2021:

Step 1: Go to http://www.bseh.org.in, which is the official website of the Staff Selection Board of Secondary Education, Haryana.

Step 2: You will see the HTET Result link. Click on it.

Step 3: A pdf will open showing the category wise cut off marks.

Step 4: Check the cut off marks and download the pdf for future reference.

 

The result of HTET 2020-21 was declared for all the levels on 8th April 2021. Candidates can access the results from the official website of the Board of Secondary Education, Haryana: http://www.bseh.org.in

However, we are giving the relevant links here so that you can directly see the results by clicking on them.

 

Results of HTET 2020-21 Downloading Link
Additional result Click here
Result & shortlisted candidates Click here
Selected candidates for PRT (Level 1) Click here
Selected candidates for TGT (Level 2) Click here
Selected candidates for PGT (Level 3) Click here

 

Besides, HTET certificates with life-long validity have also been published online. Also, the answer keys of levels 1, 2, and 3 of HTET 2020-21 had come to availability on 4th January 2021.

 

Check Out Other Exams :

CTET Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

KSET Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

MPTET Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

UPTET Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Q.1 How is the final merit list of SSC JHT prepared?

A. As it happens, the selection procedure is actually quite simple. There will be a written exam followed by an interview. Yet, note that during the final shortlisting of selected candidates, 80% weightage will be given on your performance in the written exam and 20% on the interview.

Q.2 What is the period of validity of the HTET certificate?

A. Before, the certificate issued on qualifying HTET was valid for 7 years. But in recent years the BSEH has extended the validity to the lifetime of the candidate, which is quite good news.

Q.3 What is the salary of the HTET 2021?

Ans. The pay scale is different for different posts and levels. The base pay of a PRT is Rs. 35400-112400/- per month and the salary of a TGT (Level 2) is Rs. 47600-151100/-. Also, those recruited for the post of PGT get almost Rs. 44900-142400/- per month.

Q.4 Can I apply for HTET Exam if I am a final year graduation student?

A. To apply for HTET, you require a B.Ed or B.El.Ed. degree. If you are in the final year of that course, you can apply. Yet, you have to produce the final mark sheet and certificate of completion at the time of joining.

So, you have just completed your graduation, you have to pursue a B.Ed or B.El.Ed. course first. Hence, you can understand that if you are just in your final year of graduation, without any of the degrees mentioned above, you cannot apply.

Continue reading

Earn while you study

To explore related exams, click here.