REET Result 2018: The REET 2018 cut-off marks for both level 1 and 2 has been released by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) or RBSE Ajmer. The Rajasthan Eligibility Exam for Teacher (REET) cut-off marks was released on the Board’s official website- education.rajasthan.gov.in. Candidates who had appeared for the examination may check their results at education.rajasthan.gov.in. Also Read - Rajasthan To Impose Section 144 From April 22 Till May 21 Amid Rising Cases of COVID-19 | Details Here
Candidates may note the following steps required to check the REET 2018 Results. Also Read - Lockdown Measures in Rajasthan. Check What's Open, What's Not
Steps to check REET Result 2018:
Step 1: Visit the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education’s official website- education.rajasthan.gov.in. Also Read - Rajasthan Govt Orders Closure of Offices, Markets till May 3
Step 2: Click on the relevant link- REET Level 1 or REET Level Cut-Off Marks/ Merit List 2018.
Step 3: Your result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 4: Download and take a print out for future reference.
The REET examination which is conducted for the recruitment of third-grade teacher in the state was held on February 11 in two shifts- morning and evening. While the morning shift commenced at 10 am and ended at 12: 30 pm, the evening shift started at 2:30 pm and ended at 5:00 pm. Candidates who wished to teach students of Class 6 to 8 took the examination for the morning shift, while candidates who wished to teach classes 1 to 5, appeared for the evening shift.
Vacancy for at least 25,000 seats for the third-grade teacher position had been announced by the Rajasthan government. Candidates those who have cleared the examination will get a certificate which will be valid for three years. The certificates will be deemed as invalid after a period of three years. The minimum passing marks in REET is 60 per cent for general candidates while for ST candidates in scheduled areas of Rajasthan, the minimum passing mark is 36 per cent.
To prevent any kind of malpractices, CCTV cameras were placed in the examination halls this year.