Skip to main content
குரூப் II, IIA 2020 (New Syllabus) Test Batch - Starts from 7th June 2020 !

☞30 தேர்வுகள் (ஒவ்வொரு தேர்விலும் 200 வினாக்கள் | GS-175 + APTITUDE-25 )
☞தமிழ் & ENGLISH MEDIUMS | Online & PDF

Join Now Tamil Medium English Medium

How many total vacancies in TNTET 2013 Exam ?

Updated on 14-07-2014 :  TRB Published Notification for 10726 BT Assistant  (Paper 2)  Vacancies and TNTET Paper 2 Provisional Mark List today.  CLICK HERE to read detailed information.

For latest updates and news on TRB TNTET 2013 Visit this Link

Old News >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> January 2014

The Tamilnadu goverment may consider implementing community based quota reservation system in TNTET exams. Source : Dinamalar Newspaper , 29.01.2014

This Year Total TNTET Exam Passed Candidates
Suceessful Candidates in Paper 1 - 12,596
Suceessful Candidates in Paper 2  -14496

About 27000 candidates have successfully  cleared the TNTET Exam 2013.

But the vacancies are expected to be about 15000 only. As if now, there are about 10500 teachers vacancies, the number may increase to 15000 with adding the retired vacancies of 2013-2014 academic year.   Thus the remaining candidates may be wait listed.

When is the certificate verification for TNTET passed candidates ?

The TNTET 2013 Paper 1 and Paper 2 Sucessful candidates may be called for certification verification in the first week of December 2013.

Date of Appointment ?

According to sources the TNTET 2013 successful candidates may be appointed in respective posts with in the end of December 2013.

There will be employment Seniority Wise Appointment for D.Ted Candidates.

The Graduate Teachers appointment will be purely based on the marks scored in the TNTET Exam 2013.

Thanks : Dinamalar Newspaper News, 07.11.2013
Comment Policy:Dear visitors , this is your area. Ask your queries, post your suggestions. If you know correct answers for other friend's questions, kindly reply them. Motivate One another . Your comments will be posted soon with a small moderation. Please avoid sharing phone numbers, email Ids and posting abusive comments against the government and recruitment agencies.
View Comments
Close Comments