HTET Level - 3 (PGT - Post Graduate Teacher) Eligibility Criteria | Eligibility Criteria for PGT All Subjects | Minimum Qualifications for HTET 2014-15

(i) English, 
(ii) Hindi,
 (iii) Geography, 
(iv) Sanskrit, 
(v) Home Science, 
(vi) Sociology,
(vii) Physical Education, 
(viii) Psychology, 
(ix) Punjabi,
(x) Urdu, 
(xi) History, 
(xii) Political Science;
(i)             Post Graduate Degree in the concerned subject with at least 50% marks from a recognized university and B.Ed. from recognized university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or Sr. Secondary / Graduation / Post Graduation with Hindi as one of the Subjects..
(iii)           Consistent good academic record


(xiii)        PGT Biology
(i)             M.Sc. Zoology/Botany/Bio-Science/Bio-Chemistry/Genetics/Micro-Biology/Plant Pathology/Bio-technology/Life Science/Molecular Bio with atleast 50% marks from a recognized university and B.Ed. from recognized university;

(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or Sr. Secondary / Graduation / Post Graduation with Hindi as one of the Subjects.
(iii)           Consistent good academic record


(xiv)        PGT Physics
(i)             M.Sc. Physics/Applied Physics/Nuclear Physics/Electronics Physics with atleast 50% marks and B.Ed. from recognized university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or Sr. Secondary / Graduation / Post Graduation with Hindi as one of the Subjects.
(iii)           Consistent good academic record


(xv)         PGT Chemistry
(i)             M.Sc. Chemistry or Bio-Chemistry with atleast 50% marks from a recognized university and B.Ed. from recognized university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or Sr. Secondary / Graduation / Post Graduation with Hindi as one of the Subjects.
(iii)           Consistent good academic record.


(xvi)        PGT Mathematics
(i)             M.A./M.Sc. Math/Applied Mathematics with Mathematics as one of the subject at Graduation level with atleast 50% marks from a recognized university and B.Ed. from recognized university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or Sr. Secondary / Graduation / Post Graduation with Hindi as one of the Subjects.
(iii)           Consistent good academic record.


(xvii)       PGT Commerce
M.Com. with accounting/Cost accounting/financial accounting as a major subject of study with atleast 50% marks and B.Ed. from recognized university. Holders of degree of M.Com. in applied/Business Economics shall not be eligible;

(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or Sr. Secondary / Graduation / Post Graduation with Hindi as one of the subjects.
(iii)           Consistent good academic record.


(xviii) PGT Economics
(i)             M.A. Economics/Applied Economics/Business Economics with atleast 50% marks and B.Ed. from recognized university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or Sr. Secondary / Graduation / Post Graduation with Hindi as one of the Subjects.
(iii)           Consistent good academic record.


(xix)        PGT Music
(i)             M.A. Music with atleast 50% marks and B.Ed from recognised university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or 10+2/B.A./M.A. with Hindi as one of the subject.
(iii)          Consistent good academic record.


(xx)         PGT Fine Arts
(i)             M.A. Fine Arts with atleast 50% marks and B.Ed from recognised university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi/Sanskrit or 10+2/B.A./M.A. with Hindi as one of the subject.
(iii)          Consistent good academic record


(xxi)        PGT Computer Science
(i)           M.Sc. Computer Science (Regular two year course) / MCA (Regular three year course) / BE/B.Tech. Computer Science / Computer Engg. / IT (Regular course) with 55% aggregate marks from a recognized university;
(ii)            Matric with Hindi / Sanskrit or 10+2/B.A./M.A. with Hindi as one of the subject.
(iii)           Consistent good academic record


NOTE:
(i) In view of Supreme Court Judgment dated 18.08.2011 in Civil Appeal No. 7084 of 2011 (arising out of SLP (C) No. 27965/2010) titled as P.V. Indiresan Vs. Union of India and others and cited in 2012 (1) RSJ 64 and LR's opinion in the matter, 5% relaxation means to the extent of 5% of the minimum qualifying marks in

graduation/senior secondary, as the case may be, as prescribed in the relevant Service Rules. This is further clarified as under:
If the minimum qualifying marks are 50% for general category, then the qualifying marks for SC/BC/Differently abled candidates, as the case may be, shall be 47.5% i.e. 50 less 5% of 50. Similarly, if the minimum qualifying marks are 45%, then the qualifying marks for SC/BC/Differently abled candidates shall be 42.75% marks i.e. 45 less 5% of 45.
(ii) A degree course in teacher education recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) only shall be considered. However, in case of B.Ed. (Special Education), a course recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) only shall be considered