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19th May 2020, 12:51 PM
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Minimum educational eligibility criteria for TGT Mathematics?


Myself a B.Sc General (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) qualified candidate followed by B.Ed degree and CTET qualified (both papers) as well. Am I eligible for TGT Mathematics?




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20th May 2020, 12:07 PM
taputanya
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Default Re: Minimum educational eligibility criteria for TGT Mathematics?

Educational Qualification for TGT Mathematics:

The candidates should have done graduation with at least 50% marks in mathematics subject and in aggregate.

B.Ed is compulsory for TGT post.

Exam- TET, CTET

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https://ctet.nic.in




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22nd May 2020, 11:24 PM
Padmashree K S
 
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Default Re: Minimum educational eligibility criteria for TGT Mathematics?

You are eligible for TGT Mathematics as the candidate must have completed degree in Mathematics from recognized university and B.Ed is compulsory for this post.




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23rd May 2020, 03:59 PM
Yadav ragini
 
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Default Re: Minimum educational eligibility criteria for TGT Mathematics?

In case of an honours degree in maths the candidate should have have studied maths in all the 3 years of graduation with at least 50% marks in aggregate and two subjects indicated in point no.1 with at least 50% marks in each subject in graduation level and also at least 50% marks in graduation.
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