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What are the basic educational qualifications prescribed by the UGC and State Government in the recruitment of Assistant Professors in Government Arts and Science Colleges?

Educational Qualifications:

(a) All candidates other than SC/ST: Pass in Post-graduate Degree in the relevant subject with a minimum of 55% marks and a pass in the UGC/CSIR/JRF/NET/SLET/SLST as per UGC Norms in the relevant subject.

(or)

Pass in post-graduate Degree in the relevant subject with a minimum of 55% marks and Ph.D. in the relevant subject.

(b) For SC/ST candidates and all physically Handicapped Candidates: Pass in Post-graduate Degree in the relevant subject with a minimum 50% marks and a pass in the UGC/CSIR/JRF/NET/SLET/SET/SLST as per UGC Norms in the relevant subject.

(or)

Pass in Post-graduate Degree in the relevant subject with a minimum of 50% marks and Ph.D. in the relevant subject.

How to award Teaching Experience marks in the recruitment of Assistant Professors in Government Arts and Science Colleges?

a) Teaching Experience in the relevant subject is alone considered.

b) Services rendered during the academic year alone (from June to May of each year) considered while awarding experience marks.

c) 2 marks for each year subject to a maximum of 15 marks.

     1) those who have teaching experience more than six months and less than 12 months in a Academic year will be eligible for 2 marks.

     2) those who have teaching experience more than 3 months and less than 6 months in a Academic year will be eligible for 1 mark.

What is the yard-stick followed to award Teaching Experience marks in the selection of Assistant Professors in Government Arts and Science Colleges as per UGC norms?

Date Qualification prescribed by UGC for appointment of Lecturers in College/Universities
Before 1991 P.G. with 50% minimum marks
19.09.1991 P.G. with 55% minimum marks with pass NET/SLET
1993 P.G. with 55% minimum marks with NET/SLET. Exemption for those who completed M.Phil. before 31.12.1993 (or) submitted Ph.d., dissertation before 31.12.1993.
31.07.2002 P.G. with 55% marks with NET/SLET. Exemption for Ph.D., dissertation submitted before 31.12.2002.
14.6.2006 P.G. with 55% minimum marks with NET/SLET. Exemption for M.Phil for taking U.G. class & Ph.D for taking P.G. class.
30.06.2010 P.G. with 55% minimum marks with NET/SLET. Exemption only for Ph.D. holders.

How to claim genuineness of the TET Certificate ?

Candidate who passed the TET exam can approach district chief educational officers office in the district and obtain genuineness certificate.

How the weightage mark is calculated in TET?

1. Weightage is calculated as per the G.O.M.S.No.71 (TRB) dated 30.05.2014. For Secondary Grade :-

15% of the total marks scored in Higher Secondary Examination.

25% of the marks scored in ( D.TED).

60% of the marks scored in TNTET.

2. U.G. Graduates :-

10% of the total marks scored in Higher Secondary Examination.

15% of the total marks scored in U.G. Degree examination.

15% of the marks scored in B. Ed degree examination.

60% of the marks scored in TNTET.

For how many years is the TET exam passed certificate valid?

TET exam¬ Passed certificate is Valid for 7 years.

Is there any priority given to the passed candidates who come under special category?

In Paper I , 5% priority is given to ex-service Personnel’s & 10% priority given to destitute widows.
In Paper II , No priority is given

If there any priority for candidate who have already passed 2012, 2013, 2014 ?

No priority will be given for those who have already passed in 2012, 2013 , 2014 and 2017. A general merit list will be prepared along with those who have passed and the candidates will be selected as per their weightage.

Is TNTET equal to CTET?

Both are not equal because the syllabus is different C.T.E.T is not taken into consideration.