HTET Cut off 2019 - Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) determines the cut off of HTET for shortlisting candidates to be eligible as teachers at different levels. HTET is the examination which is held to check candidates eligibility as teachers at Level I, Level II and Level III. HTET cut off is the minimum marks which candidates have to secure to qualify in the exam. Only those candidates will be considered eligible to apply as teachers across the schools of Haryana who manage to obtain the minimum cut off of HTET 2019. It must be noted that HTET cut off 2019 for different category candidates of the state and other states is different and varies.
Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) only announces the minimum qualifying cut off of HTET as per the different categories of candidates. However, this is the only HTET cut off, which the examination announces. There may not be any other cut off for HTET. Check the HTET qualifying cut off details below. HTET 2019 is being held on January 5 and 6.
Check HTET cut off 2019 along with the exam pattern of all three levels, which will make it easy to understand how many marks or percentage do candidates need in order to be considered qualified in the exam.
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It must be noted that the HTET Cut off 2019 for some specific category of candidates is same for Level I (Primary Teacher), Level 2 (Trained Graduate Teacher) and Level 3 (Post Graduate Teacher). Check table below.
Minimum Qualifying Percentage (Cut off)
All candidates without SC and Differently-abled/Physically Challenged
SC and Differently-abled/Physically Challenged Haryana State
SC and Differently-abled/Physically Challenged of Other State
Minimum Qualifying Marks (Cut off)
SC and Differently-abled/Physically Challenged
Candidates can check the exam pattern for Level I, II and III now and compare the total marks and the marks or percentage of marks they need to secure in the examination to be eligible for the eligibility certificate.
Number of Questions
Child Development and Pedagogy
2 hours 30 minutes
Language 1 (Hindi)
Language 2 - (English)
2 hours and 30 minutes
Language 1 (English - Compulsory)
Language 2 - (Anyone out of Hindi/Urdu/Sanskrit/Punjabi)
Maths and Science or Social Studies
Hindi/English/Sanskrit/Punjabi/Urdu/ Or Home Science/Physical Education/Art/Music Teacher
Q. What score do I need to get to qualify in HTET? I am from General category. Ans: You need to have 90 marks in HTET to qualify in HTET.
Q. Is the cut off same for the domiciled candidates and the candidates belonging to other states?
Ans: No, it’s different. For SC/differently-abled/physically challenged candidates of Haryana, you need to have 82 marks, while for the same categories of candidates from other states need to score 90 marks.
Q. I am a Physically challenged from other state. What qualifying score I should get to be eligible for eligibility certificate?
Ans: To be eligible for eligibility certificate, Physically challenged candidates from other states have to score at least 90 marks (60%).
Q. What is the cut off of TGT in HTET for general category?
Ans: For general category of HTET TGT, the qualifying cut off is 90 marks or 60%.
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