HTET result 2021 declared @bseh.org.in for level 1,2,3; Check details here

HTET result is announced in online mode for the exam conducted on January 2 and 3, 2021.

HTET result 2021 declared @bseh.org.in for level 1,2,3; Check details here
Ujjwal Kirti | Jan 22, 2021 - 3:08 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) released the HTET result 2021 in online mode on the official website - haryanatet.in. The HTET exam 2021 was conducted to recruit the teachers in government schools of Haryana. Aspirants can use their HTET registration number and password to check HTET result 2021. The HTET 2021 result includes important information regarding qualifying marks and status.

The HTET result 2021 is declared for all the three levels that is Level 1 (PRT), Level 2 (TGT) and Level 3 (PGT). Shortlisted candidates will be awarded eligibility certificates.

What are the passing marks for the HTET result 2021?

Candidates need to secure minimum qualifying marks and passing marks to get qualified as per HTET result 2021. Have a look at the passing marks for each category below:

Category

Minimum Qualifying Percentage

Passing Marks

General

60%

90

SC/ST

55%

82

OBC

55%

82

PH

55%

82

How to check the HTET result 2021?

  • Visit the official website of BSEH.

  • Click on the link available for the HTET result 2021.

  • The link will redirect you to a new login page.

  • Enter the roll number/ registration number and password

  • The HTET result 2021 will be available on the screen.

  • Download the HTET result 2021 pdf for future reference.

Details mentioned in HTET 2020 result

  • Name of the exam

  • Date of HTET 2020 exam

  • Subject opted in HTET 2021

  • Total marks secured in HTET

  • HTET 2021 cut off

  • Qualifying Status

Details about HTET result 2021:

HTET result 2021 provides complete details about the HTET exam. As per HTET result 2021 statistics, a total number of 2,37,806 students appeared in HTET 2020 exam. The total pass percentage of PRT, TGT and PGT levels are 7.04 per cent, 5.15 per cent and 4.07 per cent respectively. As per the details, the number of qualified students in the male category is more than that of the female category in all three levels. However, if we look at overall stats, the number of female candidates is more than male candidates who appeared in the HTET exam.

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