REET Admit Card 2021 Paper 1 Paper 2 Admit Card

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Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers 2020 (REET 2020) will be held in August 2020 at various exam centres in Rajasthan. The REET 2020 is being conducted to fulfil 35000 posts of grade 1 and grade 2 teachers under Rajasthan State Education Board.

Previously, The REET was held in 2017-18 for the 32000 vacant posts. As per the official statement, more than 9 lakh candidates had appeared in the REET 2017. This time the number may go beyond the previous one.

Update: REET 2020 notification has been released in January Month. Expected REET Exam Date is 25 April 2021.

The REET Admit Card 2021 will be available to download 7 days prior to the examination date. Last time, we provided the direct links to download the Reet Admit Card. This time too we will provide direct links to download the Admit Cards here.

REET Admit Card 2021 Download Details

Exam Authority Department of Education (Rajasthan)
Exam Name REET 2021
Exam Date 25 April 2021
Admit Card Release Date
Official Website
No of Posts 32000

The candidates make sure to download a valid Admit Card to appear in the examination. The candidates won’t be allowed to sit in the examination without a valid Online printed REET Admit Card.

Moreover, the candidates must bring a Valid Photo Identity Card along with the Admit Card. As per Instructions released by the Board, the Ration Card won’t be considered as a valid Photo ID. We are providing a list here for the Valid Photo Ids.

How to Download the REET Admit Card 2021?

  • First of all, Visit the official link available here.
  • Then, click the Admit Card Download Login Link
  • Enter your Application ID & Password
  • Click the Submit Button & Download the Admit Card

 General Instructions for Reet Admit Card & Examination

The candidates are advised to read all the instructions carefully. The Admit Card will have very important information printed on it. It will contain the information as below

  1. Candidates’ Name
  2. Roll Number
  3. Examination Centre
  4. Date & Time
  5. Reporting Time
  6. Photo

Also, the candidates must bring a valid photo Identity Card with the Admit Card. For your easiness, we have added a complete list of IDs below. You can bring any of them.

List of Valid photo Ids

  • Driving License
  • Voter ID Card
  • Passport
  • Aadhar Card
  • Pan Card

REET Admit Card Download Links Available Here 

Link 1 Click Here | Link 2 Click Here | Link 3 Click Here

Instructions Regarding REET Admit Card 2021

Candidates must bring the REET ADMIT CARD with them on the day of examination along with valid identification proof (Driving License/Voter Id/Aadhar Card/PAN card/Passport/any other Government recognized photo identification).

The candidate should read and follow carefully the instructions provided in the REET ADMIT CARD.

Candidate must paste their recent passport size photograph in the space provided in the Admit Card.

Candidate should retain the REET ADMIT CARD till the final stage of the selection process is over. Loss or misplacement of the ADMIT CARD after the written examination will debar the candidate from appearing in the next stage of the selection process, even if qualified in the written examination.

The candidate should enter the Examination Hall at least twenty (20) minutes before the prescribed time for commencement of the Examination and get seated immediately according to Roll Number.

No candidate shall be allowed to enter the Examination Hall after the commencement of the examination.

Immediately after entering the Examination Hall/Room, the candidate should make sure that he /she has no unauthorised book or paper with him/her or on the desk. Only articles specified in the instruction appended to the ADMIT CARD would be allowed.

Mobile Phones, Smart Watches, Calculators, Bags/Handbags/Baggage are strictly prohibited in the Examination Venue. Authorities will not be responsible for the safe custody of any such items.

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