OSSTET Eligibility Criteria 2021 (Released), Age Limit, Qualification – Check Here

OSSTET 2021 Eligibility has been released by official authority. Candidates can check OSSTET Eligibility Criteria 2021 age limit, a number of attempts, minimum qualification, reservation from Here. Teacher Eligibility Test is the popular eligibility entrance examination conducted for hiring the teacher’s post. Odisha Secondary School Teacher Eligibility Test (OSSTET) is the popular state-level eligibility test conducted through the Board of education Odisha (BSEO) with the aim of recruiting the teacher within the secondary schools of Odisha state.

Applicants are going to be able to apply within the OSSTET Examination if they’re going to have qualified marks in school XII or graduation. Candidates can fill the appliance sort of OSSTET through online mode by visiting the official website of the Board of education Odisha. Here, from this text, students are going to be able to know the detailed information of Odisha’s secondary school Teacher Eligibility Test during which includes OSSTET Eligibility.

OSSTET 2021 Eligibility Criteria:

All of the aspiring candidates must need to check their Eligibility Criteria before filling the Application Form. If candidates won’t be eligible, they can’t apply during this examination. Eligibility criteria details mentioned below.

A. General Eligibility
He or she must be a citizen of India.

B. Ability to Read and Write Odia.
The candidate must be able to read and write in Odia. Any one of the following
qualification will be taken into consideration to ascertain this ability of the candidate.

(a) He/ she must have passed HSC Examination conducted by Board of Secondary
Education, Odisha or an equivalent examination conducted by any other State
Board or Central Board (like CBSE, ICSE) with Odia as a language subject i.e.
First/ Second or Third Language.

(b) He/ She must have passed +2/ Higher Secondary Examination conducted by
Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha with Odia as an examination
subject.

(c) He must have passed Odia Examination of HSC/ 10th Standard Single Subject
Examination conduct by the B.S.E., Odisha.
In case the candidate desire to be language teacher like Hindi/ Classical Teachers
(Sanskrit/ Telgu/ Urdu), passing Odia Examination of 07th Standard conducted by B.S.E.,
Odisha shall be allowed.

C. Requisite Academic and Professional Qualification
The examination will be conducted in two different parts for the prospective
teachers in two different categories such as :-

Category I :- Education Teachers (Trained Graduate Teachers in Science/ Arts,
Hindi/ Classical Teacher (Sanskrit/ Urdu/ Telgu).

Category II :- Physical Education Teacher.
The requisite academic and professional qualification for admission to the OSSTET
for these two categories are mentioned in the schedule/ table below :-

Sl No.

Category

Subject/ Stream

Academic and Professional qualification

1

I

Trained Graduate Arts

1. Bachelor’s Degree in Arts/ Commerce with two school subjects as Honours/

Elective / Pass/ Optional (list of school subjects at annexure-I) from a recognised university having 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC candidates)

AND

Bachelor in Education (B.Ed)/ 3 year integrated B.Ed.- M.Ed course from a NCTE Recognised Institution.

OR

2. Four year integrated B.A.B.Ed from NCTE recognised Institution with two school subjects as Honours/ Elective / Pass/ Optional (list of school subjects at annexure-I) having 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST /PH /  SEBC

candidates).

 

2

I

Trained Graduate Science (PCM/ CBZ)

1.  Bachelor’s Degree in science / B.Tech / B.E.Degree with two schools subject as Honours/ Elective / Pass/ Optional (list of school subjects at annexure-I) from a recognised university having 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST /PH / SEBC candidates).

AND

Bachelor in Education (B.Ed)/ 3 year integrated B.Ed.- M.Ed course from a NCTE Recognised Institution.

OR

2. Four year integrated B.Sc.B.Ed from a NCTE Recognised Institution with two school subjects as Honours/ Elective / Pass/ Optional (list of school subjects at annexure-I) having 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC

candidates).

3

I

Hindi Teacher

1. Bachelor’s degree from a recognised University with Hindi as one of the Honours/ Elective/ Optional/ Pass subject with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC candidates.)

AND

Any one of the following training qualifications.

a) Hindi Sikshyan Parangat from Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Agra.

b) B.H.Ed. a course prescribed by NCTE, from a recognized University/ Institution.

c) B.Ed in Hindi, a course prescribed by NCTE ,  from  Dakhin  Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, Madras.

OR

2. Bachelor’s Degree from a recognised University with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC candidates)

WITH

One of the following qualifications :

a) Rastrabhasa Ratna from Rastrabhasa Prachar Samiti, Wardha,

b) Shastri (Hindi) from Orissa Rastrabhasa Parisad, Puri.

c) Snataka (Acquired by June -2005, the date up to which the temporary recognition has been granted) from Hindi Sikshya Samiti, Odisha, Cuttack.

AND

One of the following Training qualifications;

a) Hindi Sikshyan Parangat from Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Agra.

b) B.H.Ed. a course prescribed by NCTE, from a recognized University/ Institution.

c) B.Ed in Hindi, a course prescribed by NCTE, from Dakhin Bharat Hindi

Prachar Sabha, Madras

4

I

Classical Teacher (Sanskrit)

1. Bachelor’s Degree with Sanskrit as one of the Honours/ Elective / Optional/ Pass subject from a recognised university with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC Candidates)

AND

Sikshya Shastri (Sanskrit), a course prescribed by NCTE, from a Recognised University/ Institution.

OR

2.  Shastri (Sanskrit) with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC candidates) from a recognized university

AND

 

 

 

 

Sikshya Shastri (Sanskrit), a course prescribed by NCTE, from a Recognised University/ Institution.

5

I

Classical Teacher (Urdu)

1. Alim with 50% marks in aggregate (45% for PH candidates).

AND

B.Ed./ Urdu B.Ed. from a NCTE Recognised University/ Institution.

OR

2. B.A. (Persian) WITH 50% marks in aggregate (45% PH Candidates)

AND

B.Ed./ Urdu B.Ed. from a NCTE Recognised University/ Institution.

6.

I

Classical Teacher (Telgu)

1.  Bachelor’s Degree in Arts having Telgu as subject with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC) candidates)

AND

Telgu B. Ed. from a University / Institution recognized by NCTE.

7

II

Physical Education Teacher

1. +2 or its equivalent examination from a recognized institution with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ ST/ PH/ SEBC) candidates).

AND

2. C.P.Ed./ B.P.Ed./ M.P.Ed. From a recognized Board/ University.

“Provided that candidates who are in the process of acquiring the requisite training qualification i.e. are in the final year of Training Course or are appearing/ have appeared in the Training Examination but results not published, as mentioned in the above Table as on the date of publication of the Advertisement for the OSSTET are also eligible to appear the  Test  provided they satisfy all other eligibility  conditions  laid down in this resolution.”

ALSO READ: OSSTET EXAM PATTERN 2021.

Academic and Professional Qualification:

This criterion divided into two sections which are as follows:
Category I is for GT (Trained Graduate Teachers) in Arts/ Science/ Hindi/ Urdu/ Telugu/Sanskrit Stream.
Category II is for education Teacher (PET).

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