OSSTET 2019: Notification Released; Check How to Apply
OSSTET 2019: Board of Secondary Education, Odisha has released the application form for OSSTET 2019. Odisha Secondary School Teacher Eligibility Test (OSSTET) is exam conducted for the post of teachers. Aspirants can apply online mode at osstet.co.in till December 16, 2019.
Release of Application Form 07 Dec 2019
Last date to fill Application Form 16 Dec 2019
Last date of payment of application fee online 16 Dec 2019
Download of Admit Card To be announced
Examination Date To be announced
- Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in their relevant subject from a recognized university/institute.
- For physical education teacher, the candidates should have passed class 12 or its equivalent examination from a recognized institution with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in aggregate.
- The candidate must be able to read and write in Odia language.
- The Applicant must have passed HSC from the Odisha Board or equivalent examination from other boards like CBSE, ICSE with Odia as a language subject.
- The candidate should have cleared 10+2 examination from Odisha with Odia as an examination subject.
- He must have passed Odia 10th Examination conducted by B.S.E. Odisha.
- In case the candidate desire to be language teacher like Hindi/ Classical Teachers (Sanskrit/ Telugu/ Urdu), passing Odia Examination of 07th Standard conducted by B.S.E., Odisha shall be allowed.
It’s advised that candidate must check the criteria of eligibility before filling out the application form to avoid rejections of application form in any way.
General Category/OCS/SEBC – Rs. 500/-
SC/ST – Rs. 300/-
Mode of Payment:
Through Bank Challan (offline)
How to apply
Step 1: Visit the official website; osstet.co.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on ‘Click Here to Login’ link
Step 3: Register using credentials
Step 4: The application form will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Fill the application form, pay the application fee and take a print out for future reference.
To qualify, candidates need to secure 60 per cent marks in each of the papers. For reserved category candidates, the cut-off is 50 per cent.