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Rajasthan BSTC Pre DElEd Admit Card 2022: The Rajasthan BSTC Pre DElEd Exam 2022 admit card may be released today or tomorrow on the website BSTC Pre DElEd Exam will be held on 8th October from 2 PM to 5 PM. Around 5.99 lakh candidates will appear in the BSTC Pre D.El.Ed exam. Before the admit card, the Registrar of Education Departmental Examinations, Rajasthan Bikaner has issued guidelines related to the conduct of the examination. All types of orders to be issued from this district level will be issued by the District Nodal Officer only. The roll number, name and photograph of the candidate will be printed on the OMR sheet. The booklet series of the question paper will be A, B, C, D.

The exam room will be opened half an hour before. Candidates have to take their seats by 1.40 PM. Apart from the admit card, they have to bring the original ID (any one of Aadhar Card, Vote ID, Driving License) with photo. No candidate will be allowed to carry the question paper booklet with him.

Admit Card Website Direct Link

This exam is conducted for admission to the two-year teacher education course, D.El.Ed, required to become a teacher in elementary education. There will be an entrance exam for admission to 25000 seats in 372 DElEd colleges of Rajasthan. To become a teacher in elementary education in Rajasthan, the responsibility of conducting the pre-DElEd 2022 entrance examination of the two-year teacher education course, D.L.Ed.

For these, 2594 exam centers have been set up in the state. Most of the centers have been set up in Udaipur. There are 277 examination centers for 45972 students. The least number of centers have been set up in Jaisalmer (26).

Exam Pattern

The question paper will be divided into four parts. There will be a total of 200 multiple choice type questions. Each question will be of 3 marks. There will be 50 questions from four sections – Mental Ability, General Knowledge of Rajasthan, Teaching Aptitude, Language Ability (English, Sanskrit, Hindi).
– There will be no negative marking.
– All applicants will be required to solve the English part of Section A, B, C and D. Applicants seeking admission to the Diploma in Elementary Education will have to solve the sub-section III Sanskrit part of the section ‘D’ and the Hindi part of the section ‘D’ must be solved by the applicants taking admission in the diploma general course in elementary education.
– The candidates who choose both Diploma General in Elementary Education and Diploma Sanskrit in Elementary Education will have to solve Sub-Section II Sanskrit part of Section ‘D’.