On December 3 and 4, 2022, the Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) will administer the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET 2022).
The Haryana government has decided to enforce Section 144 of the CrPC to discourage crowding near the test venues in the districts in order to maintain impartiality in the exam.
According to the state government, Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal has ordered all Deputy Commissioners to execute Section 144 of the CrPC
which prohibits gatherings of individuals near HTET examination sites in districts in order to prevent copying.
The 2022 Haryana TET exam will include an additional 50 minutes of time for applicants who are blind or visually challenged.
Separate OMR sheets will also be sent separately for them. He instructed the officials to make separate seating arrangements for such candidates.
Additionally, separate OMR papers will be issued to them. He gave the bureaucrats the order to set aside special seating for such candidates.
Candidates who wish to teach classes 1 through 5 must take the HTET Level 1 test
Classes 6 through 8 require candidates to take the HTET Level 2 exam, and PGT-Lecturers must take the HTET Level 3 exam.