Sikkim TET Application Form 2014 Apply STET 2014 Sikkim TET apply online STET Sikkim

Sikkim Teachers Eligibility Test (STET) or Sikkim Test whatever name known. Sikkim Human Resource Development department issued STET exam notification for those students who have teaching background sector. Every year Sikkim TET Exam is organized by Sikkim Education Department. So now who want make their career they have fulfill or qualify this exam so hurry and apply soon on before the last. For More further details of STET Sikkim like, syllabus, date of exam, admit cards or previous years paper you can read full posts and satisfy yourself. 
Name of the Test Minimum Qualification
Primary Teacher (Class I-V) Passed class 12th/ Senior Secondary examination with 50% marks & 2 years diploma in Elementary Education (D.El. Ed)
Graduate Teacher (Class VI-VIII) BA/ B.Sc/ B.Com degree or equivalent with 50% marks & B.Ed
STET (State Teacher Eligibility Test) 2014 Question Papers

Sikkim STET exam date will be 9th November 2014 so ready to prepare for crack stet exam of Sikkim. You can download admit cards after 15th October 2014.

Sikkim STET Recruitment 2014 Sikkim Teacher Eligibility Test Notifications


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