Bihar Teachers Eligibility Test Result Announced


Patna:  State Education Minister P. K. Shahi in Patna on Monday released the result of the Bihar Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) on the Internet though due to heavy load, the server remained inaccessible to a number of candidates.

Out of nearly 30 lakh candidates who appeared in the test between last December and January this year, a total of 1.47 lakh candidates were declared successful.

Results for 19,000 candidates were said to be pending due to a number of technical problems.

While 60,730 candidates qualified for Class I to V teachers, the remaining candidates have qualified for Class VI to VIII, Shashi said.

Though the results are expected to be found on, it took a number of attempts by PatnaDaily.Com before the page could actually open.

A number of candidates made a beeline outside cyber cafes in Patna only to come out frustrated due to slow loading of the page.

A quick check of the site, however, revealed extremely poor design (too many unnecessary JavaScript, blinking gif files, a reminiscent of the '90s antiquated style; and an un-optimized jpg file over 232 kilobyte), for the cause of the slowness of the web site.


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