Anu Parthiban|Dec 31, 2021
REET Result 2021 declared at reetbser21.com; Get direct link here
REET result 2021 has been declared today. Candidates qualifying the REET exam will be eligible to appear in document verification. Check dates, steps to check the result and more information related to the REET 2021 result here.
NEW DELHI: The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) has declared the REET result 2021 in online mode today, November 2. The result of REET 2021 has been declared on the official website reetbser21.com for both levels - level I and II. The direct link to check the REET 2021 result is given below. Candidates who appeared in the REET 2021 exam on September 26, 2021 can know their qualifying status by logging into the official website using their roll number and date of birth.
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The REET result 2021 contains details such as the name, category, roll number of the qualified candidate along with the total marks secured by the candidates in each subject and overall marks as well. Aspirants qualified as per the REET result 2021 will be called to appear in the document verification, which is the last step of the REET recruitment process.
REET result date 2021
REET exam date
September 26, 2021
November 2, 2021
Steps to view the REET result 2022?
Step 1 - Visit the official website reebser21.com
Step 2 - On the home page click on the link titled "REET 2021 result".
Step 3 - In the login page, enter credentials such as roll number for level I and roll number and date of birth for level II.
Step 4 - The result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5 - Download, take a screenshot or printout of the REET result 2022.
Details mentioned in REET result 2021
The REET 2021 result has the following details mentioned in it.
Name of candidate
Date of birth
Candidates qualification status
Candidates scoring more than the predetermined cut off to qualify in the exam. The cut off for general candidates/other candidates is non-TSP and TSP is 60%.
REET Qualifying Marks
Non-TSP – 55%
TSP – 36%
SC/ OBC/ MBC/ EWS
Candidates, as per the REET result qualifying in level I will be eligible to become teachers in classes 1 to 5, and those in level II will be eligible for classes 6 to 8. This year around 16 lakh candidates appeared for the REET exam. The total REET vacancies were expected to be 31,000 vacancies.
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