TN TRB Exam Postponed, The Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TN TRB) has announced the extension of the examination date for the direct recruitment of Graduate Teachers and Block Resource Teacher Educators (BRTE). As per the official notification, the board has rescheduled the examination to take place on February 4, 2024. This decision was made in response to numerous requests from candidates affected by heavy rain and floods, prompting the need for a deferment.
Originally slated for January 7, 2024, the Tamil Nadu Teacher Recruitment examination (OMR-based) will now provide candidates with extra time to prepare. The extension aims to accommodate those impacted by adverse weather conditions and ensure a fair and accessible testing environment.
Aspirants are advised to stay updated with official notifications from TN TRB for any further announcements or changes in the examination process. This rescheduling demonstrates the board’s commitment to prioritizing the well-being and equal opportunities for all candidates participating in the recruitment process.”
HOW TO DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD for TN TRB RECRUITMENT 2023
- Visit the official website of the Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board at www.trb.tn.gov.in.
- Locate and click on the Graduate Teachers/BRTE admit card link displayed on the webpage.
- Input your login credentials, including your login ID and password.
- Click the submit button, and your TN TRB exam admit card will be instantly displayed on the screen.
- Download the admit card and ensure to print a copy for the main examination day.
By adhering to these simple steps, candidates can effortlessly access and secure their TN TRB exam admit cards for a smooth and hassle-free examination experience.”
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When discussing the exam structure, the Tamil Nadu Teacher Recruitment test comprises two papers, namely Paper I and Paper II. These papers are administered in the OMR format and consist of objective-type multiple-choice questions. Paper I emphasizes a mandatory Tamil language eligibility test, accounting for 50 marks, while Paper II encompasses a subject-specific test with a weightage of 150 marks. The total duration for the examination is 3 hours.
Candidates will undergo a shortlisting process based on the mandatory Tamil language eligibility test, followed by the written examination. Successful completion of both assessments is necessary, and candidates must also undergo document verification.