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Assam TET Admit Card 2019 released @ ssa.assam.gov.in, know here how to download!

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The Sarba Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) Assam on Tuesday, 22nd October 22, 2019, had released the ATET or Assam TET admit card on its official website. Assam TET Exams fir upper and lower primary level Teacher has been re-scheduled to 10th November 2019 from 20th October 2019 as notification read.  Assam TET Admit card to be released today @ ssa.assam.gov.in. Physically challenged candidates can file their online application for exams from 19th September to 27th September. 18th September was the last date for students other than physically challenged  to registered  for the exams. Candidates who has or will applied for the exams can download their admit card once it is released @ ssa.assam.gov.in. Examination will be held in total 33 districts across Assam,.

Steps to download the Assam TET Exams Admit Card 2019

  1. Visit official website @ ssa.assam.gov.in
  2. Click login on the advertisement section
  3. Enter your user id and password
  4. Click Submit
  5. Download and take print out your Assam TET Admit card for future reference.

Once you download the admit card students must read all the instructions carefully and also check your details in admit card like name , address etc,in case of any error inform the board. Student must remember that Assam TET admit card is an important document and no student will be allowed to sit inside exam hall without this.

There will be two paper in the examination

Paper 1 – Lower Primary Level  i,e Class I to Class V with 5 Sections each questions will carry 1 marks.

Subject in Paper 1 :

  • Child development and Pedagogy – 30 Marks
  • Language I (Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hmar) – 30 Marks
  • Language II (English) -30 Marks
  • Mathematics and – 30 Marks
  • Environmental science – 30 Marks

Paper 2 – Upper Primary Level i.e. Class VI to VIII

Subject in Paper 2 :

  • Child development and Pedagogy – 30 Marks
  • Language I (Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hmar) – 30 Marks
  • Language II (English) – 30 Marks
  • Mathematics and Science – 60 Marks
  • Social Studies – 60 Marks

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