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OSSTET 2021 2nd Phase Application Form to release today @ bseodisha.ac.in; check details and FAQs

Candidates should note that this re-activation of the registration link is being done for all those who were unable to apply for OSSTET 2021 in the 1st phase.

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OSSTET 2021 2nd Phase Application Form update: The Board of Secondary Education, Odisha (BSE-Odisha), will to re-open the registration link for the Odisha Secondary School Teacher Eligibility Test (OSSTET) 2021 today, December 23, 2021.

While interested and eligible candidates will be given another opportunity starting December 23, 2021, to fill and submit the online application form, the last date application is January 04, 2022,

Candidates should note that this re-activation of the registration link is being done for all those who were unable to apply for OSSTET 2021 in the 1st phase.

Candidates are advised to check the OSSTET 2021 2nd Phase Application Form download process mentioned below.

OSSTET 2021 2nd Phase Application Form: How to download online

  • Step 1: Visit bseodisha.ac.in
  • Step 2: Click on the OSSTET 2021 2nd Phase Application Form option [Link not yet active].
  • Step 3: Enter the Login credentials.
  • Step 4: The OSSTET 2021 2nd Phase Application Form will pop up on the computer screen.
  • Step 5: Download the OSSTET 2021 2nd Phase Application Form.

OSSTET 2021 activation link: Here is official notification says

“Candidates will be able to apply for the eligibility test from December 23, 2021, to January 04, 2022. The entire application process will be conducted online through the official portal. So, no candidate is required to personally visit the BSE-Odisha to give them a hard copy of their application.”

Note: Candidates should fill-up the form without any mistake.

OSSTET 2021: Qualifying marks

Candidates should note that the School and Mass Education (S&ME) Government department had decided to reduce the minimum qualifying percentage for General category candidates from 60% to 45%. Similarly, in the case of reserved categories, the qualifying percentage has been reduced from 50% to 35%.

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