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CHENNAI: A majority of those that seemed for the Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test (TNTET) paper 1 on Saturday discovered the child construction and pedagogy and maths questions difficult.

Many candidates mentioned the maths questions were lengthier and questions associated with instructional psychology were complex. Teachers Recruitment Board carried out the exam throughout 470 centres. Out of 1,83,415 candidates who applied for the exam, 1,62,330 seemed, a unencumber from TRB mentioned.


"The questions from Tamil alone were easier and other subjects were tougher. Maths questions in particular were very lengthy and time consuming," mentioned S Kavichitra from Chengalpattu.


The exam used to be carried out for 150 marks. The questions were requested from Tamil, child construction and pedagogy, English, maths and environmental research.


"Though a majority of candidates appearing for the exam are diploma holders in elementary education, the questions were above their standards," another candidate mentioned. Some academics from government-aided colleges additionally wrote the exam. As per the court docket order, they've to clear the exam to keep their jobs. "It (the exam) was not easy to clear," a teacher mentioned.


Officials mentioned the exam used to be carried out largely with none issue, adding, "We made arrangements for those with errors in hall tickets. It averted major issues."


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