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DSE Odisha Admit Card 2021: TGT Hindi, Sanskrit, Physical Teacher Exam Date

DSE Odisha Admit Card 2021/Odisha TGT Hindi, Sanskrit, Physical Education Teacher Exam Date: Directorate of Secondary Education, Odisha, Bhubaneswar is conducting the recruitment for Trained Graduate Teacher Teachers in Hindi, Sanskrit and Physical Education subjects. The written examination is likely to be conducted in the first week of October. The official announcement of the exam date can be done soon. The Education Board will release the admit card for these posts on the official website.

Odisha DSE Teacher Admit Card will be available for download on the official website about 10 days before the scheduled date of examination. The admit card can be downloaded by entering the application registration number and password/date of birth. We will provide a direct link on this webpage as soon as the admit card is released officially.
Recently, DSE Odisha announced the recruitment for the posts of Hindi, Sanskrit and Physical Education Teachers. Under this, applications were invited for a total of 4619 posts. It is known that these applications were called for contractual posts. The last date to apply was set as 14 September 2021.
Post-Wise Vacancy Details
  • Hindi Teacher – 2055
  • Sanskrit Teacher – 1304
  • Physical Education Teacher – 1260

DSE Odisha Teacher Admit Card 2021 – Exam Details

Recruitment Authority Name Directorate of Secondary Education, Odisha
Name of Post Hindi, Sanskrit, Physical Teacher
Nature of Job Contractual
Total Vacancies 4619
Application Date August 2021
Selection Method
  • Computer-Based Competitive Test
  • Documents Verification
Written Exam Date First week of October 2021 (tentative)
Admit Cards status to be released
Website https://dseodisha.azurewebsites.net/

DSE Odisha Teacher Admit Card

A huge number of candidates applied for the above-mentioned teacher posts till the last date of application. As we know teachers will be selected based on the Computer-Based Common Entrance Test. Exam schedule and DSE Odisha Teachers Admit Card release information will be made available soon.

DSE Odisha Teacher Exam Scheme – Pattern of Examination & Syllabus

The education board will conduct a computer-based test for the Odisha DSE Teacher Exam 2021. Following are the main key points of the examination:

  • In the exam, objective type multiple choice questions will be asked.
  • There will be two parts of the question paper.
  • Question Paper will have 150 MCQs.
  • Each question will be of 1 mark.
  • Time duration of the exam will be 2 hours 30 minutes.
Part Subject/Topic No.of Questions/Marks
Part – I General Knowledge and Current Affairs 30
Reasoning Ability 20
Computer Literacy 10
Pedagogy, Educational Management, Policies & Evaluation 30
Part – II Subject Based Questions 60
Total 150

DSE Odisha Teacher Admit Card Details – Instructions & Details

DSE Odisha Teacher Admit Card will be released in online mode. Candidates will be able to download the admit card by entering their registration number and password. So it is directed that candidates should keep their application form ready.

There will be personal details like the candidate’s name, registration number, photograph, date of birth etc on the DSE Odisha Teacher Admit Card. Also, there will be exam roll number, exam venue name and timings of exam on the admit card copy.

According to the instructions, candidates will have to show a photo ID proof along with the Odisha DSE Teacher Admit Card. Identity cards can be any one of Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Driving License, Passport etc.

How to download DSE Odisha Teacher Admit Card 2021 – Download Links

  1. Visit the official website of Odisha DSE.
  2. Click on the Teachers Recruitment Link 2021.
  3. Find the link to download Admit Card for this exam.
  4. Fill in the application registration number and date of birth.
  5. Check the filled information and verify.
  6. Finally, your admit card will be on your screen.
  7. Download it and take a printout of it for future use.
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