REET Full Form – What does the term REET stand for?

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1. REET: Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers

The full form of REET is Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers, it is also known as Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (RTET). This is a state-level competitive examination which is conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) to check whether the candidate is eligible to become a teacher or not. REET/RTET exam has two different levels: Level 1 (Primary Teacher) and Level 2 (Upper Primary Teacher). The candidate who clear this exam is considered eligible to be a teacher of classes 1-5 and 6-8 respectively.

Eligibility for REET

There is no age limit for the REET examination.

Level 1 (Primary Teacher): Higher Secondary or equivalent with minimum 50% of total marks with appearing or passed in 2-year diploma in Elementary Education or passed or appearing in the final year of Bachelor of Elementary Education.
Or any graduation with appearing or passed in 2-year diploma in Elementary Education.

Level 2 (Upper Primary Teacher): Graduation with minimum 50% of marks and passed or appearing in 1-year B.Ed.
Or any graduation with appearing or passed in 2-year diploma in Elementary Education.
Or any graduation with a minimum of 45% marks or according to NCTE regulations passed or appearing in 1- year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed).
Or Senior Secondary with 50% marks in the final year of 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education or passed/ 4-year B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed.

Exam pattern of REET

Through this exam, candidates are selected for two levels, similarly, there is a different syllabus of the exam for both levels. The paper for both levels is of 150 total marks, and there is no negative marking with it. Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics, and Languages are similar subjects for both these levels. This exam is conducted in Hindi and English languages.

If you want to know the complete syllabus, exam date, result, and the latest news regarding the REET examination visit BSER’s website.

2. REET: Real Estate Excise Tax

The full form of REET is Real Estate Excise Tax. It is a tax collected on the sale of real estate. Real Estate Excise Tax is usually paid by the seller of the property, although the buyer is liable for this tax if it is not paid. The tax also applies to transfers of controlling interests in entities holding property in the state.

3. REET: Regional Environmental Emergency Team

Canada is the second-largest country in the world. Most of its boundaries are connected with the sea and ocean. Because of this, there is a risk of a marine oil spill due to water traffic and offshore oil exploration and development. This makes the presence of natural and important natural resources associated with the North Atlantic Ocean and the potential for a major oil spill with significant environmental impacts. Based on the lessons learned from the spill in the past, the oil spill response community in the Atlantic region has developed an oil spill response network focused on improving responses to the spill and its damage prevention. The people working in this network form a team called the Regional environmental Emergency Team. This paper will provide a brief description of the role of “REET” in emergency response in the region. Several key aspects of the REET approach will be described including the partnership created, the technical and scientific information that is available from various organizations, and the value of providing coordinated and integrated environmental advice to OSC. Several short case studies will be presented to illustrate the recent activities of REET.


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