REET Result 2021: The Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) result has been published on reetbser21.com. The results of REET levels 1 and 2 have been released concurrently. Rajasthan’s largest exam, REET, was held in two shifts on September 26, 2021 (Sunday) under tight security arrangements. On October 23, the REET answer key was made available.
With 148 points, Ajay Vaishnav Vairagi of Ajmer and Govind Soni of Udaipur took first place in REET Level-1. Kirat Singh of Sri Ganganagar, Surbhi Pareek of Bikaner, and Nimbaram of Rajsamand took first place in Level 2.
Discreet level-1 winner
With 148 points, Ajay Vaishnav Vairagi of Ajmer and Govind Soni of Udaipur took first place.
Abhijit Sharma of Bhilwara, Damodar Pareek of Jaipur, and Rinku Singh, Prakash of Bara finished second with 146 points.
Moshid of Ajmer received 144 points, as did Mangalchand Sharma of Alwar, Shruti Bhardwaj and Savarmal Dangi of Bhilwara, Rahul Kumar of Jaipur, Vikas Kumar of Jaisalmer, Sanjay Meena of Kota, Rakesh Abasara of Sikar, Vinod Kumar Prajapat of Sri Ganganagar, Bara of Banwarilal, Sawai Ram of Hanuman
Discreet level 2 toppers
Kirat Singh of Sri Ganganagar took first place, followed by Surbhi Pareek of Bikaner and Nimbaram of Rajsamand.
Amir Khilji of Ajmer received 145 points, as did Monika Jat and Dinesh Sain of Chittorgarh, Sanjay Khan of Jaipur, Varsha Laduram Choudhary of Nagaur, and Sumit Kumar of Bikaner.
Vikas Yadav of Ajmer, Mangilal Sharma of Jaipur, Parul Chaudhary, Chitreshkant Bhatt, Ravikant Bairwa of Sawai Madhopur, Anand Singh of Sikar, Lalit Kumar of Sri Ganganagar, Deepak Chaudhary of Dholpur, Megha Chaudhary of Hanumangarh, Khushboo Sharma of Karoli placed third.
A day before the exam, SOG revealed the paper leak. In this case, the SOG investigation was also not completed, but the board released the results after 36 days of examination.
For the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education examination, a total of 3,993 examination centers were set up across the state’s 33 districts. This exam had 16.51 lakh candidates registered for it. REET plans to hire 31000 teachers in Rajasthan.
Apart from the 31000 REET recruitments, these fast recruitments will be announced by Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara, who stated a few days ago that 29000 posts are currently being filled and that 6000 lecturers and 10,000 computer instructors are about to be hired in the education department.
This month will also see the release of 10,000 second-grade recruitments.