HPBOSE TET Results 2019
The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education announced the HP TET Result on Thursday today at hpbose.org. The candidates who have appeared for the examination can now check the results now. The HPBOSE has announced the results on the official website of the board. A result notification, login to check result, files containing list of qualified candidates name wise for TGT Arts, JBT, Punjabi, Shastri, Language Teacher, Non-Medical, Medical, Urdu Result – all have been made available at the website.
For the convenience of the students, we have mentioned the steps through which the candidates can check the results:
Step 1: Visit the official website, hpbose.org
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link ‘HPTET result’
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using credentials
Step 5: Result will appear, download
The pass percentages highest to lowest are 37.6% for JBT, 35.01% for Language Teacher,28.52% for Punjabi, 22.01% for Shastri, 20.84% for TGT Arts, 13.16% for TGT Non Medical, 12.5% for Urdu, and 8.95% for TGT Medical.
The highest number of applicants and test takers was TGT Arts, in which 26,867 candidates applied, 24,892 appeared, and 5,187 passed. The second most popular subject was JBT in which 13,158 applied, 12,304 appeared, and 4,626 passed. TGT Non Medical was third most popular with 8,690 applicants, 8,076 test takers, and 1,063 passed.
Due to heavy traffic, the website is facing technical glitches and candidates might have to wait longer than usual to get their score. To pass the exam, as per rules, candidates need to score 60 per cent marks. For reserved category candidates, the passing marks are 50 per cent.
Language Teacher subject had 6,686 applicants, 6,115 test takers, and 2,141 passed candidates. Close behind it in numbers was TGT Medical for which 6,044 had applied, 5,688 had appeared, and 509 passed the exam. For Shastri, 2,703 candidates applied, 2,512 appeared for the test, and 552 cleared it. Punjabi and Urdu were applied for by 355 and 78 candidates respectively, 305 and 64 appeared, and 87 and 8 respectively qualified.