Hyderabad, June 9: We are getting lot of queries on Andhra Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test July 2011 – APTET. Particularly, many questions are in common. Luckly, Director of APTET has provided a press release giving all the relevant answers for the doubts being raised by the candidates. Here is some of frequently asked questions and answers related to fee, syllabus, online application form submission, errors, editing of application and finally to post the complaints.
Candidates, who are facing any issues can go through this FAQs. Still if you have any doubts, can directly contact the APTET office.
Certain frequently asked questions and clarifications:
Q 1. Certain trained Graduates have not studied certain subjects in their undergraduate level or even in +2 level, then how can they answer questions in those subjects in APTET?
Ans: The syllabus was framed upto class X level keeping in view;
i. G.O.Ms.No.51, Edn dated:16.04.2011 ii. NCTE New Delhi guidelines on TET
Q 2. Whether a candidate applying for both paper-I and paper-II would be allotted same exam centre for TET?
Ans: a. Yes.
b. If the candidates are appearing for both Paper- I & Paper-II they need to pay only Rs.300/- and submit only one application.
Q 3. Whether a candidate applying for both paper-I and paper-II would be eligible for SGT or S.A post in TRT.
Ans: Director, TET deals with TET exam only. The Commissioner & Director of School Education will separately notify the eligibility criteria for recruitment at the time of TRT. Hence this question is not relevant to Director, TET.
Q 4. It is stated that candidates now pursuing Teacher Education course during 2010-11 are also eligible for TET. Is it correct? If so is there any separate eligibility criteria for such pursuing candidates?
Ans: Yes, the candidates pursuing Teacher Education course during 2010-11 are also eligible to apply for TET, July 2011.
The eligibility criteria for candidates pursuing Teacher Education course is same as that notified for candidates possessing minimum qualifications on 20.05.2011 except the following. Candidates of General Community pursuing B.Ed during 2010-11, should have secured minimum 50% marks in BA/B.Sc/B.Com and or Master’s Degree unlike 45% in respect of the candidates in BA/B.Sc./B.Com and or Master’s Degree who did B.Ed during 2009-10 or before.
However for both categories, for candidates belonging to SC,ST, BC, PH minimum % of marks in BA/B.Sc/B.Com and or Master’s Degree will be 40% only (instead of 50% or 45% as the case may be).
Q 5. Certain candidates are approaching TET cell with a petition that by oversight they have submitted incorrect information in the application form. In such case should they submit another application form?
Ans: After filling of the application the candidate is allowed to have ‘Preview’ of the application before submission. In case any mistakes are found in the ‘Preview’, candidate can click ‘EDIT’ button, correct the mistake and again see the ‘Preview’.
Candidates should take care to check and recheck the entries in each of the fields before clicking the ‘Submit’ button. Only after complete satisfaction of ‘Preview’ the candidate should click the ‘Submit’ button.
Inspite of such ‘Preview’ and correction of the entries, still if the Candidates find that they have submitted incorrect information, it may be noted that they need not submit another application. They can fill their grievances about incorrect entries only in a ‘Complaint Box’, which is being hosted on its webpage http://aptet.cgg.gov.in.
No other form of communication is accepted except lodging of complaints in the ‘Complaint Box’ on the webpage http://aptet.cgg.gov.in.
Candidates can submit their complaints regarding incorrect filling of application form in this box from 30.05.2011.
Source: APTET press release.