UPTET Result 2019 Released: How to Check Your UP TET Result and Score?

UPTET Result 2019 Released: Very big news for the candidates waiting for UPTET results. Candidates who appeared in the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET), an important examination for teachers in the state, can now check their Tet results from the link given below. Read below how to check the UPTET result.

UPTET Result 2019 Released

The Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) is a crucial examination for aspiring teachers in the state. Knowing how to access your result and decipher your score is essential for anyone who has taken this exam.

Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET),
UPTET Result 2019 Released,
UP TET 2019.

Important Dates

  • Date of Advt: 30-10-2019
  • Starting Date for Online Registration: 01-11-2019
  • Last Date for Online Registration: 20-11-2019
  • Last Date to Submit Registration Fee: 21-11-2019
  • Last Date to Submit Completed Registration/ Print Application Form: 22-11-2019
  • Date for Uploading of Admit Card on Website: 12-12-2019
  • Date for Exam: 22-12-2019 (Postponed)
  • New Exam Date: 08-01-2020
  • Date for Uploading of Answer Key on Website: 14-01-2020
  • Last Date for filing Objections: 17-01-2020
  • Date for Declaration of Result: 21-01-2020

Examination Fee

For Single Paper I or II: 

  • For General/ OBC: Rs. 600/-
  • For SC/ ST: Rs. 400/-
  • For PwD: Rs.100/-

For Both Papers:

  • For General/ OBC: Rs. 1200/-
  • For SC/ ST: Rs. 800/-
  • For PwD: Rs.200/-

Convenient Payment Options for Exam Fee:

  1. SBI E-Challan
  2. SBI Internet Banking
  3. Debit Card
  4. Credit Card

Qualification UP TET

Primary LevelJunior Level
– Passed 10+2 (Intermediate) Exam with 50% Marks and 4 Year B.LEd Degree OR
– Bachelor’s Degree in Any Stream with a B.Ed Degree OR
– Diploma in Teacher from Aligarh Muslim University AMU, Aligarh OR
Moaalizm E Urdu Exam Passed OR
– D.Ed Special Exam Passed
2 Year BTC Or Special BTC Exam Passed
– Bachelor’s Degree/Master’s Degree with 50% Marks with B.Ed / B.Ed Special Exam Passed OR
– Bachelor’s Degree/Master’s Degree with BTC Training 2-Year Exam Passed OR
– 10+2 Intermediate Exam with 50% Marks and B.LEd 4 Year Course OR
– 10+2 Inter Exam with 50% Marks and B.SC Ed Exam Passed

UP Teacher Vacancy Details

Post NameTotal Vacancy
UP Teacher Eligibility TestNotify Soon

UP TET Important Links

EventsImportant Links
ResultUPTET Result Click Here
Result NoticeUP TET Result Pdf Notice Released
Final KeyDownload UPTET Final Answer pdf (1st Session) 31/01/20 |
Download UPTET Final Answer pdf (2nd Session) 31/01/20 |
Answer KeyDownload UPTET Answer Key 1st Session Pdf |
Download UPTET Answer Key 2nd Session Pdf
Answer Key NoticeUPTET Answer Key Pdf Notice
Admit CardClick Here
New Exam DateUPTET New Exam Notice Pdf
Apply OnlineRegistration For UPTET
Notice UP TET Notice for Payment of Fee & Printout of Application
Exam ScheduleUPTET Recruitment Date Schedule
EligibilityUPTET Eligibility PDF
NotificationClick Here
Official Websiteupdeled.gov.in
Result Announced
Result Announced

Checking Your UPTET Result 2019

To check your UPTET Result 2019, follow these simple steps:

  1. Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of UPTET (https://updeled.gov.in/). This is the only authentic source for checking your results.
  2. Navigate to the Result Section: Look for the “Result” section on the website’s homepage.
  3. Enter Your Details: You will be required to enter your UPTET Roll Number and Date of Birth.
  4. Submit Your Details: Once you have entered your information, click the “Submit” button.
  5. View Your Result: Your UPTET Result 2019 will be displayed on the screen.
  6. Take a Printout: It’s advisable to take a printout of your result for future reference.

Interpreting Your UPTET Score

Understanding your UPTET score is crucial. The result will show you whether you have passed or not. Here’s a quick breakdown of what your result might indicate:

  • Pass: If you score above the minimum qualifying marks, you will be considered eligible for teaching positions.
  • Fail: Scoring below the minimum qualifying marks means you have not cleared the UPTET. Don’t be disheartened; you can always prepare and attempt it again.
  • Scorecard: The scorecard will also provide you with a detailed analysis of your performance in various sections of the UPTET examination.

Minimum Qualifying Marks

It’s important to note that the minimum qualifying marks for the UPTET may vary for different categories. Here are the general guidelines:

  • General Category: 60% or more is considered passing.
  • OBC/SC/ST: 55% or more is considered passing.
  • Ex-Servicemen: 40% or more is considered passing.

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