HTET Result 2014:

Board of School Education Haryana BSEH, official website will be Declared Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test Result 2014 on  20th February 2014 (20.02.2014).

HTET 2014 conducted on 1st February 2014 and 2nd February 2014 at various Examination centers in Haryana.

Huge  number of Candidates aspiring for Teaching Career in Haryana who have appeared for HTET 2014 and Now waiting for the results.

HTET Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test  2014 result will be released in its official website and .

Now they can see the results easily by entering there Hall Ticket Number to get the Results Online.

The Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test results has been published on the Board of School Education Haryana  Web portal.


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  1. State of the Republic

    Sure , we are all worried about the cancer of corruption spreading thru the body of our Republic

    Almost all political parties have made , ” Elimination of Corruption ” as their main election plank

    People of India are mad – and very angry – with the corrupt politicians , bureaucrats , businessmen etc

    Corrupt politicians etc are ” taking away ” our hard-earned money

    But they cannot take these money with them when they leave this world !

    Nor can those who inherit these ill-gotten monies !

    Someone has to finally ” spend ” these monies , in this World itself , generating some employment , somewhere , sooner or later , to produce goods or services

    But what happens in cases where some persons ” do not give away ” what they are supposed to give away ? – as opposed to ” taking away ” what they are not supposed to ?

    For example :

    Teachers are supposed to ” give away ” knowledge to students

    If they fail to do so , what kind of corruption , would that be ?

    Knowledge – deprived children suffer for their entire lives

    That might cause their children and grand-children to suffer, as well

    After reading the following statistics ( DNA / 08 March 2014 ) , we should feel ” frightened ” ( – not just ” worried ” ) , with the army of school teachers , who are ” depriving ” our children of knowledge – a corruption of worse kind !

    > MSCE ( Maharashtra State Council of Examination ) conducted TET ( Teachers Eligibility Test ) in Dec 2013

    > TET is mandatory for aspiring teachers for schools in Maharashtra

    > Just after passing their own 12th standard exams , some 600,000 candidates appeared for TET

    > Only 5 % to 6 % passed the test !

    If that was not ” bad enough ” consider the following :

    > MSCE exam papers contained 37 questions which were ” Erroneous ” !

    > MSCE ” Answer-Key ” contained 18 ” Wrong ” answers !

    I would not be surprised if we come across similar sad ” State of Education ” in other States , if they were to conduct TET

    Is ” Reforming Education System ” listed in the Election Manifesto of any political party ?

    I doubt

    May be the people of India are not mad-enough , angry-enough with the sad ” State of Our Education System ” !

    * hemen parekh ( 09 March 2014 / Mumbai )

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