WBBPE results 2015: The exam was held for recruitment of about 30,000 primary teachers posts in West Bengal
Following Calcutta High Court’s order, the West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBBPE) has on September 14, that is, today published the results of Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for recruitment of primary teachers.
“The court had earlier put a stay order on releasing the results and after the verdict came we immediately published the results,” board president Manik Bhattacharya said.
A little over 20 lakh candidates had appeared for the TET exam on October 11 last year for recruitment of around 30,000 vacancies for primary teachers in West Bengal.
The results of the examination could not be published owing to litigations by some candidates who challenged certain provisions of which one was the inclusion of non-trained candidates for teaching jobs.
Steps to check WBBPE results 2015
Visit the official websites — westbengalssc.com or wbresults.nic.in
On the homepage, click on the link ‘West Bengal TET results’
Enter the required details like roll number and ate of birth
The result will be displayed on the screen
Check and save the result
A candidate has to score qualifying marks of about 60 per cent ( 5 per cent relaxation is for SC, ST, OBC(A), OBC(B), PH and exempted category candidates and ex-servicemen as per notification) out of a total of 150 marks.
All communications regarding the results would be made in writing to the Controller of TET-Examinations-2014, West Bengal Board of Primary Education, “Acharya Prafulla Chandra Bhavan”, DK – 7/1 , Sector – II , Salt Lake, Kolkata – 700091.
TS EAMCET 3 2016: Keep your roll number handy to check the result
The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH) will release the results of TS EAMCET 3 today at 5 pm. The candidates can check the results on the official website – tseamcet.in. The exam was held on September 11, 2016 from 10 am to 1 pm in 12 cities with 96 test centers in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
As per the press release, about 54,000 students have downloaded hall tickets. JNTUH had released the answer keys on September 12. The last date to send the objections through email was September 14.
TS EAMCET is the common entrance test for admission into MBBS and BDS courses on behalf of the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE).
The exam (TS EAMCET II) was earlier conducted on July 9 and the results were declared on July 14. But due to paper leak, the exam is held again.
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Steps to download TS EAMCET 3 results 2016
Visit the official website – tseamcet.in
On the homepage, under the application section, click on the link ‘Results’
A new page will open
Enter your roll number/ hall ticket number and other required details to check the result
Carefully check your result and take a print out
So far over 19 people have been arrested for the paper leak. As many as 56,153 candidates had applied for TS EAMCET 2, 2016.
The Staff Selection Commission of West Bengal (WBSSC) has declared the results of the Lower Division Assistant/ Lower Division Clerk exam. Candidates can check their results on the official website of the West Bengal Commission.
The WB SSC has released the notification saying that those candidates who have not been successfull in the exam will be allowed to see their OMR answer sheets. To see the answer sheets, candidates need to check the website to know how to apply for viewing the OMR sheet.
The written exam was held in June this year. Candidates are advised to check the website of the West Bengal Staff Selection Commission for more information related to correction queries.
Steps to check the West Bengal WBSSC LDA/LDC results 2016:
Log on to the official website of the WBSSC, wbssc.gov.in
On the top of the page in red will be the active link for the result
You will be taken to a new page when you click on the link.
Scroll down and click on “View Individual Candidate Result”
Enter your roll number and date of birth
Your result will be displayed when you click on submit
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The Staff Selection Commission conducts regular recruitment exams to shortlist candidates for various posts on government offices and departments. The Commission has regional offices for all regions which hold recruitment exams for the regional vacancies in government departments. Every year, thousands of candidates take part in the examination and many get jobs. The Combined Graduuate Level (CGL) and the Combined High School Level (CHSL) exams are the most anticipated exams by the SSC.
HSSC has successfully conducted the PST for the candidates from January 19 to 21 and March 8 to 14, 2016.
The results of the Physical Screening Test (PST) of the male ex-serviceman constable, female ex-serviceman constable and female constable recruitment examination has been released. Thousands of candidates appeared for the written examination conducted by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) on April 17, 2016.
The PST was held from January 19 to 21, 2016 and from March 8 to 14, 2016.
The Commission has released the result roll numberwise on the official website – hssc.gov.in. The exam was held to fill 900 female constable post, female ex-serviceman constable 140 posts and male ex-serviceman constable 860 posts.
The scrutiny of documents of the below mentioned qualified candidates will be held from September 27 to October 2, 2016 at
Panchkula as per date, time and venue mentioned in admit card of the candidate.
Steps to check HSSC constable exam result 2015
Visit the official website
Select the result tab
Click on the link ‘Written Exam Result for the Post of Police Constable held on 17.04.2016′
A new file will open where the list of the selected candidates will appear on the screen.
Check the results and save it for further reference.
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Note: The candidates have to bring all original documents, set of attested copies of all documents and self attested copy of downloaded application form.
The Commission has in 2015 released a notification for the recruitment of male constable in general category.
The minimum qualification required for the post of constable is HSC (class 12) pass out from a recognised Board for all categories. The pay scale is Rs 5,200 – Rs 20,200 plus 2000 GP. The candidate should also have a knowledge of Hindi and Sanskrit upto class 10.