Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (RBSE) has posted a notification for the upcoming REET exam 2022 on the official website. From then on, the filling of the REET 2022 application file will begin. from April 18 to May 18. REET Exam 2022 should take place to complete at least 62000 vacancies in the state. The notice also stated that the REET 2022 exam would be held in the month of July 2022. The board has yet to announce a tentative date for the exam to be held.
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Meghna Chaudhary, RBSE, Secretary announced that applicants are exempt from paying the application fee when completing the REET 2022 application form for either level. She also shared that the board is hesitant to tentatively conduct the review on July 23 and 24. However, if exam centers are not available, the exam date may be moved to a later date. The board will announce the final date for the 2022 REET exam once it has been decided.
In addition, the council informed that the registration link for the REET 2022 exam will be made available as a link on reetraj2022 on the official website rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
The Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Examination (REET) is an annual examination held in the state to recruit Grade 1 or 2 teachers for schools in Rajasthan. Previously, the validity of the certificate was 3 years, but now it is extended to life. Other than that, this exam is just an eligibility test and nothing more. Candidates who pass the REET exam 2022 are appointed as Tier 1 (Primary) and Tier 2 (Upper Primary) teachers in different schools in Rajasthan. Candidates can find the official syllabus and REET exam pattern on the official website, rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
Earlier last year the review was done by the board. However, citing the alleged paper leak, the recruitment process for REET Tier 2 has been dropped. Candidates who have passed the level 1 exam are now invited to the verification of documents carried out by the jury. While the government ordered to conduct REET Level 2 again. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had guaranteed a stricter recruitment process, more vacancies and called for anti-cheating measures when the exam retakes.
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