BSTC 2018: The BSTC 2018 Entrance Exam result’s first list will be released today, June 24. The Basic School Teaching Certificate (BSTC) conducted by the Banswara-based Govind Guru Tribal University (GGTU) will release the first list of its entrance examination held on its official website- Earlier, the BSTC 2018 first list was scheduled to be released yesterday, that is, June 23 but it was delayed. The delay in the releasing of the first list was due to technical reasons. Also Read - Rajasthan MDSU BSTC college allotment for Sanskrit, General & ALP Bhasha 2016 released: Check Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University college allotment list here

As per examination controller, Dr. Narendra Paneri, the releasing of the first list was because of some sort of technical glitch but now that is sorted, the first list would be released today. Reportedly, the candidates who would be selected, can report to the allotted college by July 6. Meanwhile, students may note the steps required to check the BSTC 2018 first list. Also Read - Rajasthan MDSU BSTC 2016 results declared: How to check Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University result & merit list on official website

Steps to check BSTC Entrance Exam 2018:

Step 1: Log on to the official website-

Step 2: On the home page, click on BSTC Results link, which is under “For Candidates” tab.

Step 3: Enter your roll number and other relevant details and click on submit.

Step 4: View and download the first list.

Step 5: Take a printout for future reference.

The BSTC exam was conducted on May 6 across 1,273 examination centres in Rajasthan. The examination was held for nearly 20,000 teacher training seats. It must be noted that more than 6 lakh candidates have qualified for the counselling process. A total of 6.5 lakh candidates had appeared for the examination.

The Guru Gobind Tribal University annually conducts the BSTC entrance exam for aspirants seeking admission into the Diploma in Elementary Education (D.EI.Ed) course, which is a 2-years course in the Teacher Training Institutes in Rajasthan.