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March 11, 2017

Jharkhand TET Results 2016 Merit List Released Check from

  webmaster       March 11, 2017
The Joint Admission Council (JAC) released the Jharkhand TET Results 2016 for the examination conducted in the month of November 2016. A huge number of candidates who have attended for the JTET Paper 1 & 2 test are eagerly waiting for the declaration of Jharkhand JAC TET Result. Now they can check their results from the official website

JAC conducted the Jharkhand Teacher Eligibility Test across various examination centres. Soon after completion of an examination, most of all the examinees are fascinated about the JTET results 2016 declaration. For all those, the officials made the availability of Jharkhand TET Results 2016 link available on the council official web portal.

Joint Admission Council is the organizing authority of the recruitment process and invited the online application forms from the candidates for TET examination. Aspirants who are interested in teacher jobs have applied for the notification. From the received application forms, the officials selected the eligible candidates and conducted the JTET Paper 1 & 2 exam in November 2016.

All the appeared can visit the Joint Admission Council official web page and check their Jharkhand JAC TET Result. The Paper-1 exam is conducted for the level of 1 to 5 classes and the Paper-2 for the classes from 6 to 8. Jharkhand TET Results 2016 include marks obtained, the percentage of marks and the merit list.

Steps to check the JTET results 2016:

    Candidates need to visit the official website
    Navigate to the homepage.
    Click on the Jharkhand TET Results 2016 (Paper-1 and Paper-2) link.
    Save the pdf file and check the results.

Jharkhand TET Results 2016 Link

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