BSTET Admit Card 2019 released; here’s how to download

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Updated on Jan 17, 2020 15:41 IST

The Bihar Secondary Teachers Eligibility Test (BSTET) 2019 examination will be held by the Bihar School Examination Board on January 28, 2020. Candidates can download the admit card using application number, date of birth, security code here.

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has released the BSTET admit card 2019 today on January 17, 2020. Candidates can access the BSTET 2019 admit card by paying a visit to the official website of the exam – bsebstet2019.in. To download and check their admit card for the examination, candidates will be required to enter their application number, and date of birth. The BSTET 2019 admit card is an important document and must be carried on the exam day as no candidate will be allowed to write the exam without it. 

The Bihar School Examination Board will conduct the BSTET 2019 examination on Tuesday, January 28, 2020. The BSEB had made clear about the admit card and exam date by means of an advertisement in a local newspaper.

How to download BSTET admit card 2019

Candidates can follow the steps given below to download their admit card:

  • Go to the official website of the exam – bsebstet2019.in
  • Click on the admit card notification displayed on the homepage
  • It will take you to the candidate’s login page
  • Fill your BSTET 2019 application number, date of birth, security code ( as shown on the page) and click on Login to see your admit card
  • Download and take a print out for further use

Details on BSTET Admit Card 2019

Candidates can check details related to the BSTET on their admit card. There will be details related to the candidate’s name, contact details, email ID, exam centre, roll number, signature, exam date, and other relevant information.

BSTET Exam Pattern 2019

The exam consists of two papers- Paper 1 (for classes 9 and 10) and Paper 2 (for classes 11 and 12).

The duration of the exam is 2 hours and 30 minutes and the paper includes Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) only. Each question carries one mark and there is no negative marking for wrong answers or unattempted questions.

Sections and Marking scheme

Section No. of questions Marks
General Knowledge 50 50
Specific subject 50 50
Total 100 100

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