As per the instructions of AP DSC 2014 Notification, DSE has made it clear that 20% weightage will be given for Earlier AP TETs. Now there is a doubt that, "how this 20% weightage Will be calculated in this AP DSC 2014 (TET cum TRT) Written Exam". We know that, Basing on ths weightage, final seniority Lists will be prepared. Let us see what is given in the notification ” Candidates shall be selected on the basis of marks secured in the Written Test. The candidates who have already qualified in earlier APTETs also compulsorily write the above Integrated Test for appointment as Teacher in Government / Zilla Praja Parishad / Mandal Praja Parishad/Municipality/Tribal Welfare Schools. These candidates will be given 20 % of weightage for their earlier TET score (as per the original TET notification). For this 20% weightage, candidates will be having option either to consider 20% of earlier TET scores or 20% of present marks whichever is higher.

Hence let us see the method of calculation of 20% weightage:

Formula for Calculating TET Weightage:

AP TET obtained Marks : 120

AP TET Total Marks: 150

Calculation for 20%= (120/150) x 20 = 16

Hence Your APTET Weightage in this DSC is 16 Marks

AP DSC 2014 Obtained Marks 140

Total AP DSC Marks: 200

Weightage of 20% = (140/200) x 20 = 14

Now onwards, the integrated Test will be valid for that particular recruitment only. In respect of appointments in private / un-aided schools or any other educational Institutions, the Integrated Test Certificate will be valid for a period of 1 (One) year. A Certificate will be issued to the candidates who are fulfilling minimum requirement in the above Integrated Test by obtaining minimum qualifying marks prescribed at Rule 6.”

### How to Calculate 20% TET weightage in AP DSC 2014 (TET cum TRT) Exam

__UPDATED on 12th Dec 2014__Hence let us see the method of calculation of 20% weightage:

Formula for Calculating TET Weightage:

.If Your Earlier 20% TET Weightage is more than 20% of DSC 2014 TERT Exam, then the Difference will be added to the APDSC 2014 Score, if TET 20% Weightage is less than AP DSC 2014 20% Weightage, then the AP DSC 2014 Score will continue

**Example 1:**

AP TET obtained Marks : 120

AP TET Total Marks: 150

Calculation for 20%= (120/150) x 20 = 16

Hence Your APTET Weightage in this DSC is 16 Marks

**Let us assume that you have obtained 140 Marks out of 200 Marks School Asst Exam.**

AP DSC 2014 Obtained Marks 140

Total AP DSC Marks: 200

Weightage of 20% = (140/200) x 20 = 14

Now Your Weightage in

AP TET obtained Marks : 100

AP TET Total Marks: 150

Calculation for 20%= (10/150) x 20 = 13.33

Hence Your APTET Weightage in this DSC is 13.33 Marks

Let us assume that you have obtained 115 Marks in 180 Marks SGT Exam.

AP DSC 2014 Obtained Marks 115

Total AP DSC Marks: 180

Weightage of 20% = (115/180) x 20 = 12.77

Now Your Weightage in APTET is LESS than 20% of present AP DSC. Hence Your Total Marks will be Your Obtained Marks 115 only.

**APTET is MORE than 20% of present AP DSC**. Hence Your Total Marks will be (Your Obtained DSC Marks + (20% of APTET - 20% APDSC ) = 140+2=142. Total Score is 142.**Example 2:**AP TET obtained Marks : 100

AP TET Total Marks: 150

Calculation for 20%= (10/150) x 20 = 13.33

Hence Your APTET Weightage in this DSC is 13.33 Marks

Let us assume that you have obtained 115 Marks in 180 Marks SGT Exam.

AP DSC 2014 Obtained Marks 115

Total AP DSC Marks: 180

Weightage of 20% = (115/180) x 20 = 12.77

Now Your Weightage in APTET is LESS than 20% of present AP DSC. Hence Your Total Marks will be Your Obtained Marks 115 only.

Example 2

ReplyDelete115+13.33=128.33

For example a person got 200 marks in tet cum trt (S.A)2014 then the totall marks sir???

ReplyDeleteis it necessary to obtain eligible marks in dsc for an oc candidate to get weightage

ReplyDeleteI think..

ReplyDeleteDsc 80%=51.11

TET 20%=13.33

Total=64.44

Right method it is may be....

ReplyDeleteOld tet[20%]=13.33

New tert total=115

New tert (20%)=12.77

Then total for selection=115-12.77+13.33=115.56

is it compulsary to get minimum qualifying marks for who have already qualified in previous tets

ReplyDelete(vi) The candidates should have either been qualified in earlier APTETs OR

Deleteshould obtain minimum qualifying marks in the present TET cum

TRT. However, this is not app

it is still confusion but mentioned in notification is

Delete(vi) The candidates should have either been qualified in earlier APTETs OR

should obtain minimum qualifying marks in the present TET cum

TRT. However, this is not app

Weightage is in percentage ie for 100

ReplyDeleteDSC marks for 200 not for 100

We cannot add them..?

correct method may be:

Ex1

TET=120/150 ie 20%=16

DSC=140/200 ie 20%=14

Total=Secured DSC marks+(diff in 20% X Total DSC marks/100)

=140+4=144

Hi Sir This is correct method.then what about alreadt qualified tet peoples.Are they again need to get the minimum qualifying marks?please raise this sir.

DeleteAny one you please confirm,do we need to qualify again tet cum trt for those who had qualified aptet already?

ReplyDeleteFor deciding seniority what is the method ? Is it the Date of birth or DSC Marks ?

ReplyDeletenice

ReplyDeleteSir, I got 95 marks in APTET 2012. And got 135 marks in APDSC 2014-15 for school assistant social studies, but I did not get job from Vizag district under BC-D category. So, some body told that do not go for again APTET 2017 as I am qualified in 2012 and suggested to go for preparation for DSC. but what is valuable suggestion sir

ReplyDeleteSir i got 123 marks in ap TERT 2014 . Whatis my present status of qualifyingof tet.Am i eligible to write dsc 2018 without tet... AreThose marks valuable for qualifying tet.then what is my present tet weightage for 2018 ap dsc

ReplyDeleteSir i got 123 marks in ap TERT 2014 . Whatis my present status of qualifyingof tet.Am i eligible to write dsc 2018 without tet... AreThose marks valuable for qualifying tet.then what is my present tet weightage for 2018 ap dsc

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