The Bihar State Education Board (BSEB) has recently unveiled the answer key for the State Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test (STET) 2023, encompassing papers 1 and 2. Candidates who participated in this examination can now access the answer keys on the official BSEB website, bsebstet.com. For those who find discrepancies and wish to contest the provided answers, there is a provision to raise objections until September 22. However, bear in mind that raising objections requires a fee of Rs 50 per question, along with substantial supporting documents.
Bihar STET Answer Key 2023: Paper 1 Details
The Bihar STET answer key for 2023’s paper 1 covers subjects such as Urdu (paper code 102), Sanskrit (code 105), and English (code 109). Candidates who appeared for these subjects can now cross-check their answers and assess their performance in the examination.
Subjects Covered in Paper 2
Paper 2 of Bihar STET 2023 includes a diverse range of subjects, namely English (203), Sanskrit (204), Geography (218), Economics (221), Psychology (223), and Computer Science (226). If you participated in any of these subjects, the answer key is readily available for your reference.
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If you’d like to access the answer key, please visit the official BSEB website and follow the provided steps. Here’s a quick guide on how to raise objections:
How to Raise Objections to Bihar STET Answer Key 2023
- Step 1 – Go to bsebstet.com
- Step 2 – Log in using your required credentials
- Step 3 – Check the answer key for your respective subject
- Step 4 – Select the question you want to raise an objection to
- Step 5 – Raise an objection and submit supporting proof
- Step 6 – Pay the objection fee
- Step 7 – Submit your objection, save the details, and download the page for future reference
It’s essential to remember that the BSEB STET result for 2023 will be determined based on the final answer key, which will be prepared by the board after considering all objections raised against the provisional answer key for all subjects.
The STET examination consisted of 150 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark. Importantly, there was no negative marking for incorrect answers. To successfully pass the examination, candidates from the general category must obtain at least 50 percent of the available marks. For OBC and EWS candidates, the passing marks are set at 45 percent, while for SC and ST candidates, it is 40 percent. PwD candidates are required to achieve a passing mark of 30 percent.
It’s worth noting that the recruitment process for teachers at the secondary and upper secondary levels across schools in the state is conducted annually. Stay updated with the latest information regarding Bihar STET 2023 and your results by regularly checking the official BSEB website and related hashtags on social media.