REET Result 2021: The result of the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) has been released on reetbser21.com. The result of both REET level-1 and level-2 has been released simultaneously. Rajasthan’s biggest exam REET was conducted on 26 September 2021 (Sunday) in two shifts amid tight security arrangements. REET answer key was released on 23 October.
Ajay Vaishnav Vairagi of Ajmer and Govind Soni of Udaipur secured the first position in REET Level-1 with 148 marks. In Level-2, Kirat Singh of Sri Ganganagar, Surbhi Pareek of Bikaner, Nimbaram of Rajsamand got the first position.
|Name of Organization||Board Of Secondary Education, Rajasthan|
|Examination Name||Rajasthan Eligibility Examination For Teachers|
|Type of Exam|
|Examination Date||26th September 2021|
|Result Date||2nd November 2021|
REET 2021 Result Released: How to Check REET 2021 Result?
- To check the result visit the official website of REET, rajeduboard.rajasthan.edu.in.
the home page of the website, candidates will get the RTET result link.
- Click on the link ‘Result 2021 Level 1’ or ‘Result 2021 Level 2’ for
the level you have appeared for.
- After clicking on the link a login
page will appear on your screen. Click on ‘Submit’ after entering the
credentials like roll number and date of birth etc. to log in.
- Your result will be displayed on your screen.
Download your result and keep a hard copy of it for future use.
Rajasthan REET 2021 Official Wesbite & Direct Link
REET Level-1 Topper
Ajay Vaishnav Vairagi of Ajmer and Govind Soni of Udaipur secured the first position with 148 marks.
In second place Abhijit Sharma of Bhilwara, Damodar Pareek of Jaipur, and Rinku Singh, Prakash of Bara got 146 marks.
Moshid of Ajmer, Mangalchand Sharma of Alwar, Shruti Bhardwaj and Savarmal Dangi of Bhilwara, Rahul Kumar of Jaipur, Vikas Kumar of Jaisalmer, Sanjay Meena of Kota, Rakesh Abasara of Sikar, Vinod Kumar Prajapat of Sri Ganganagar, Bara of Banwarilal, Sawai Ram of Hanumangarh, Ravi Kumar of Karoli got 144 marks.
REET Level-2 Toppers
Kirat Singh of Sri Ganganagar, Surbhi Pareek of Bikaner, Nimbaram of Rajsamand got the first position.
Amir Khilji of Ajmer, Monika Jat and Dinesh Sain of Chittorgarh, Sanjay Khan of Jaipur, Varsha Laduram Choudhary of Nagaur, Sumit Kumar of Bikaner got 145 marks.
Vikas Yadav of Ajmer, Mangilal Sharma of Jaipur, Parul Chaudhary, Chitreshkant Bhatt, Ravikant Bairwa of Sawai Madhopur, Anand Singh of Sikar, Lalit Kumar of Sri Ganganagar, Deepak Chaudhary of Dholpur, Megha Chaudhary of Hanumangarh, Khushboo Sharma of Karoli stood third. , Krishna Chaudhary of Jaipur, Dharamraj Chauhan got 144 marks.
If there is any problem then complain from 8th November
Apart from this, if any candidate has a complaint regarding the category of the result, then from November 8 to November 13, he can complain on the website of RBSE. No application of any kind will be accepted after this date.
SOG has already disclosed the paper leak a day before the exam. In this case, the investigation of SOG was also not completed, but after 36 days of examination, the board released the result.
A total of 3,993 examination centers were set up in all the 33 districts of the state for the examination conducted by the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education. 16.51 lakh candidates had registered for this exam. REET will recruit 31000 teachers in Rajasthan.
After the release of the results of the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET), CM Ashok Gehlot has congratulated and congratulated all the successful candidates. Along with this, a message has also been given to the unsuccessful candidates. Regarding the unsuccessful candidates, Gehlot said that those who have not been successful should not be disappointed. Prepare for the upcoming exams. Just one exam can’t decide the way of life so keep working hard. Rajasthan Board President and REET Exam Coordinator DP Jarauli to the unsuccessful candidates said that the failed candidates need not worry. The examination is not the last stage of life. Keep working hard
Apart from 31000 recruitment from REET, these fast recruitments will come out in Rajasthan
Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara had said a few days ago that at present, 29000 posts are being recruited, and out, 6000 lecturers and 10 thousand computer instructors are about to be recruited in the education department. 10 thousand second-grade recruitments are also going to come out this month.