Through a formal announcement on its website, the WBBPE has made public the availability of the WBTET Admit Card. The admit card for the WB TET Exam 2022 is available to download from the official website of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education at wbbpe.org.
The admit card will be available in both PDF and JPG formats and candidates can use their roll number or name as a keyword while downloading it from the site. Candidates are advised to take a printout of this document with them on the day of the examination, as they might not be allowed entry without it.
WBTET Exam date
Candidates who are interested in teaching jobs can apply for this exam. The exam is conducted by the Department of School Education, Government of West Bengal, and is held at various centers in West Bengal. The Board conducts exams for different streams in different months of the year. On December 11th, 2022, WBTET will be held. The WBTET 2022 Exam will be given in both English and Bengali, and the exam paper will feature 150 MCQs, each worth one point. There will be no penalty for incorrect answers and candidates will have a total of 150 minutes to complete the WBTET 2022 Exam.
The WBTET admit card is the document that a candidate needs to carry on the day of the exam. The admit card is an important document because it contains information about you and your examination center, so it should not be lost or misplaced during transit.
How to download WBTET Admit Card?
The WBTET admit card is essential for candidates to appear in the exam. It contains all the details about the candidate, including name, address, photograph, signature, etc.
Checkout the following steps to download the admit card:
- Check out wbbpe.org. The official site of WBBPE.
- Click on the “Online Application for Teacher Eligibility Test for Classes 1 to 5”.
- Select “print/download admit card” from the options.
- Put in your registration number and birth date.
- Applicants will be taken to a new screen, showing their admit card.
- The admit card can be downloaded and kept for future use.
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