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Education Minister Govind Singh Dotsara spoke to the media today.
The government of Rajasthan made a big decision during the REET recruitment exam. Holders of a BEd diploma will not be able to sit for level 1 of this exam. In addition, the government has decided to complete the REET recruitment application from January 11, which the Council for Secondary Education can also issue a statement today.
Speaking to the media today, Education Minister Govind Singh Dotsara said that only BSTC students will be able to take REET Level 1 exams. In this case, holders of a BEd diploma will not be able to take exams. This government decision brought great relief to the people at BSTC. BSTC has also been agitating about this in recent days, which has benefited it.
Let us tell you that Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has announced the date of April 25 to take the REET exam. After this review, the state government will apply for the recruitment of 31,000 teachers in the state. In this recruitment, only candidates who pass the REET will be allocated jobs.
Applications will be filled from January 11 to February 4
Dotsara said online applications for recruiting REET will be filled from January 11, which is proposed to be completed by February 4. There will be a process to submit the challan by February 8th. Although he said this proposal will be sent to the secondary education board on behalf of the government, the board can also change the curriculum as it sees fit.
Reduction in the weight of Academy numbers
This time, in order to benefit the candidates of Rajasthan for the REET exam, more general knowledge questions related to Rajasthan will come up. Apart from that, the government also made an important decision to give the REET score a 90% weighting. While the weight of grades obtained in university education (BA, BCom, BSc or other graduate degree) will be only 10 percent. So far, the weighting 70/30 is given in the recruitment of the third great professor after the REET exam. By virtue of this, a merit list is published giving a weight of 70 percent of the marks obtained by REET and 30 percent of the weight of the marks obtained in university education.