PSTET Results Declared: Check the Results From Direct Link Here
The PSEB has announced the results for the candidates who registered for the PSTET in the year 2018 and the examination was conducted in January 2020.
Mumbai: The Punjab School Education Board has announced the result for Punjab State Teacher Eligibility Test today, i.e. on March 23, 2020. The exam was conducted this year on January 19, 2020. The same has also been notified on the official website of the PSEB.
The candidates who have appeared for the examination in the month of January 2020, can check their results available online on the official website. The link for the official website of the conducting authority is given here http://www.pseb.ac.in/.
For the convenience of the candidates, a link directly heading to the result section is given here http://pstet.net/SearchRslt.html.
Many candidates who appeared for the PSTET 2018 examination have reported about the technical error they were facing while checking the website. The conducting authority has addressed and resolved the same, and therefore, candidates without worrying can obtain their results online.
For the candidates who are unfamiliar with the process of checking the results online, we have mentioned steps below which they could follow:
- Candidates are advised to visit the official website of the conducting authority, the link for which is given earlier in the article.
- They must scroll down to the latest news section where the link for Punjab State Teacher Eligibility Test 2018 is already given.
- Candidates are required to fill in their credentials to get access to their results.
- They must provide their registration number and password in the given fields.
The notification for the PSTET examination was released in 2018, registration of which began on November 3, 2019. The Board had put forth certain criteria for candidates in order to select qualified candidates for providing the right education to the students of the State.
PSTET was an online mode examination bifurcated in two sections. Paper 1 was for the candidates opting for Primary Teacher for the students of class 1st to 5th. Paper 2 was for the Upper Primary Teacher position from class 5th to 8th. The question paper has 150 MCQ’s for 150 marks to be attempted within 2 hours 50 minutes.