Organisation : Teachers Recruitment Board
Announcement : Tentative Answer Key
Designation : TNTET-2017 Tamil Nadu Teachers Eligibility Test
Download Answer Key here : http://trb.tn.nic.in/TET2017/22052017/msg.htm
Home Page : http://trb.tn.nic.in
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Tentative Answer Key :
As per Notification No.01/2017 dated 24.02.2017, Teachers Recruitment Board conducted the Written Examination for the Tamilnadu Teachers Eligibility Test 2017 Paper I and II on 29.04.2017 and 30.04.2017. 2,41,555 candidates attended Paper-I and 5,12,260 candidates attended Paper-II written examinations.
Related : NBSE NSEE 2017 Answer Key Nagaland State Entrance Examination : www.resultin.org/2658.html
Now, the Board has released the tentative key answers for Paper-I and Paper-II. As per the Prospectus in point No.4(g) Key Answer, Candidates are given time upto 27.05.2017 to submit their representations if any regarding objections on the tentative answer keys published, along with the proof for the disputed answer keys, in the given format.
Their representation may be sent through post or may be dropped in the Box provided at Teachers Recruitment Board’s information centre to reach on or before 27.05.2017 upto 5.30pm. For any objections, candidates should give proof from standard Text Books only.
Guides, Correspondence Course materials and unstandard books are not permissible. For each question use separate format.
Utmost care has been taken in preparing the tentative key answers list and in publishing it. Teachers Recruitment Board reserves the right to correct any errors that may have crept in. Incorrect tentative key answer would not confer any right of enforcement.
TENTATIVE KEY :
PLEASE CLICK FOR PAPER I https://www.resultin.org/uploads/2669-PAPER-I.pdf
PLEASE CLICK FOR PAPER II https://www.resultin.org/uploads/2669-PAPER-II.pdf
Candidate claim shall be considered only if supported by relevant proof from authoritative texts. Therefore, candidates are advised to enclose the self attested photo copies of the documents to support their claim. For any objections, candidates should give proof from standard Text Books only. Guides and Correspondence Course materials are not permissible.