A total of 35781 candidates had appeared for the examination.
'Candidates are given time up to 20.10.2017 to submit their representations, if any, regarding objections on the tentative answer keys published, along with the proof for the disputed answer keys, in the given format. Their representations may be sent through post or may be dropped in the Box provided at Teachers Recruitment Board's information centre to reach this office on or before 20.10.2017 up to 5.30 pm. For any objections, candidates should give proof from standard Text Books only. Guides, Correspondence Course materials and nonstandard books are not permissible,' says the Board.
"On consideration of such objections, final key answers will be published and the same will be final. No independent orders either accepting or rejecting the objections of the candidates will be passed. Constitution of experts to scrutinize the objections cannot be questioned by the candidates," added the notification.
After the declaration of the written exam result, the Board will call candidates for certificate verification, for which candidates will be shortlisted in the ratio of 1:2.
The written exam carried a total of 95 marks and will comprise of questions related to the main subject. Candidates will be allowed 2.5 hours for the exam. The minimum qualifying marks is 40%; (for SC/SCA category -35%, for ST category - 30% marks.
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