Maha TET Result 2021- Maha TET 2022

Maha TET Result 2021- Maha TET 2022

28 August 2022

Here’s good news for lakhs of students who appeared in the Maharashtra TET exam on 21st November 2021. The Maharashtra State Council of Examination (MSCE), Pune, will release the Maha TET 2021 result soon. 

As per reports, over 10 lakh students appeared in Paper 1 and Paper 2 of Maha TET. They are now awaiting the results to apply for the teacher’s posts in the whole of Maharashtra.

We understand it’s already been five months since you’ve been waiting for the results and reliable sources estimate that results will get declared within 2 to 3 weeks. You will get to see the outcomes on the official website of MSCE.

What is the Maharashtra TET exam 2021?

MSCE conducts a TET exam every year for the aspirants willing to make a career as a teacher in the schools of the Maharashtra state government. The exams are conducted in two levels: primary class between 1 and 5 and upper primary class between 6 and 8. 

Aspirants get the option to appear for the first and second papers or both of them together. IDeally, all students appear for both papers to become eligible for teaching classes 1 to 8.

It is mandatory for every state to conduct an eligibility test for teachers called a teacher eligibility test. Passing this exam does not guarantee the job, but it’s a big step toward becoming a teacher.

Here are more details about Maha TET 2021

  1. Notification release date- 3 August 2021
  2. Online Application start date- 3 August 2021
  3. Online application end date- 5 September 2021
  4. Admit card release date- 27 October 2021
  5. Exam date- 21 November 2021
  6. Maha tet result date- yet to be released
  7. Mode of examination- offline
  8. Exam duration- 150 minutes
  9. Language- English, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati, Telugu, Sindhi, Kannada

Paper 1 started at 10.30 AM and ended at 1.00 PM, whereas paper 2 was held between 2–4:30 PM. If you pass this Maha TET exam and fulfil other eligibility criteria, you need to wait for the council to announce the teacher vacancy. Once the vacancy is out, you need to submit details of the TET exam to be eligible for appearing in the teacher vacancy exam. Once you pass that final exam, you become a teacher.

Passing criteria for Maha TET result

Passing scores vary based on category. The general category students need to score a minimum of 90 out of 150 in both papers. Reserve category students need to cut 83 out of 150 to get an eligibility certificate.

Ways to download Maha TET 2021 result?

  • Once the result is released, a link gets published on the Maha TET official website that is –
  • Visit the website and look for the results section. 
  • Enter the requested information like registration number, user ID, password, etc.
  • That’s it. If the credentials are correct, you will get to see the results on the screen.

If you face any problem regarding the Maha TET 2021 results, call the helpline number- 8956438464/65/66/67/68/69/70/71/72/73. You may also shoot an email to Mail Address –

Maha TET 2022 Notification Releases Soon

Don’t just wait for Maha TET 2021 result. Keep preparing for Maha TET 2022. The tentative timeline for the release of the 2022 notification is August 2022.

Last year in 2020, the Maha TET exam was postponed due to a lockdown imposed because of the CovID-19 and subsequent restrictions on people’s movement. Therefore, more students appeared in the Maha TET 2021. So, it is advised to start the preparation for Maha TET 2022.

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