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Thursday, March 27, 2014

TRB - TNTET 2013 Provisional List 5% Relaxation 2014

TNTET 2013 Provisional List 5% Relaxation 2014

TNTET 2013 Provisional List 5% Relaxation 2014

Provisional List of Candidates called for Certificate Verification due to 5% Relaxation in the qualifying marks.
As per the Notification No.3/2013 published on 22.05.2013, Teachers Recruitment Board conducted Teacher Eligibility Test 2013 on 17.08.2013 and 18.08.2013 and provisional result and final answer key were published on 11.01.2014 in the TRB website.
Now the Board has released the revised additional provisional C.V list for TNTET Paper I and II as per G.O.Ms.No.25, School Education (TRB) Department, dated 06.02.2014 by giving 5% relaxation in the qualifying marks. Candidates who have secured 55% marks and above (82 marks to 89 marks) in Paper I and Paper II are also being called for Certificate Verification. 
TNTET Paper-I Candidates are advised to download the certificate verification letters etc., and attend the certificate verification as per the schedule given therein. Call letters will not be sent through post. Certificate Verification of other papers will follow subsequently. It is also decided to give one more chance to the candidates who were absent for the Certificate Verification conducted during 20.01.2014 to 26.01.2014 and also to those candidates who have not submitted the required certificates. They are permitted to attend on the last day of the Certificate Verification with all records. 
Calling for Certificate Verification is not a guarantee for selection. The provisional list and the outcome of this Certificate Verification exercise is subject to final orders in various writ petitions challenging Answer Keys etc., filed before the Hon’ble High Court of Madras. 

Utmost care has been taken in preparing the list and in publishing it. Teachers Recruitment Board reserves the right to correct any errors that may have crept in. Incorrect list would not confer any right of enforcement.

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