Haryana: Biometric verification of candidates for Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test will be held from January 17 to 19.

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Haryana: Biometric verification of candidates for Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test will be held from January 17 to 19.

Haryana: The Haryana School Education Board, Bhiwani will conduct biometric verification of candidates for the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test from January 17 to 19. Giving information on this, the Board Spokesperson said that the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test-2023 (HTET) was organized on December 2 and 3, 2023. The result of the exam was announced on December 18.

The result of 1308 candidates was released late

The board spokesperson said that the examination result of a total of 1308 Level 2 candidates was declared as RLV (Result late due to verification) by the Education Board on December 24, 2023. These candidates were given the opportunity for biometric verification for the first time from January 1st to 7th, 2024. The list of 103 candidates who were absent in the first attempt has been uploaded on the board’s official website www.bseh.org.in. Such candidates should ensure that their biometric verification is conducted at the Education Board headquarters in Bhiwani from January 17 to 19, 2024.

List of 587 candidates published on the board’s website

The board spokesperson said that the list of 587 candidates who were absent during the process of biometric verification on all three occasions on December 17, 18 and 21 and 22, 2023 and from January 01 to 07, 2024 is also available will be the official website of the board. Available under. Such candidates can also complete the biometric verification process by appearing at the Education Board headquarters in Bhiwani from January 17 to 19, 2024 and depositing the prescribed fee of Rs 10,000. Candidates who remain absent on all three occasions during the biometric verification process will have to deposit a fee of Rs 10,000 before the biometric verification can be conducted, as per the board rules.

You must bring an ID card and an admission card for verification purposes.

A board spokesperson said that for biometric verification, the candidate must mandatorily bring his or her original photo ID and original admit card. Notices in this regard will be sent to such candidates on the mobile number provided by them at the time of submitting their online application. The result of those candidates who do not complete this process on these dates from the list of 103 and 587 candidates available on the Board’s website will not be announced.

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