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Andhra Pradesh DElEd 2nd year hall ticket 2019 released at bseap.org: Here's how to download
The Directorate of Government Examination (DGE), Andhra Pradesh, has released the Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) second year exam admit card.
The Directorate of Government Examination (DGE), Andhra Pradesh, has released the Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) second year exam admit card. The candidates who have applied for the exam can now download their admit card from the Directorate of Government Examination, Andhra Pradesh, official website - bseap.org.
The DElEd 2nd year exams will be held between September 27 and October 4, 2019. The candidates have to download their admit card. They have to carry the admit card to the exam centre. Without admit card, the candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam hall. The applicants should take a print out of the admit card after downloading it. Admit card carries information like exam centres, date of examination, document required to be carried, among other things. They should read the details carefully.
How to download AP DElEd 2nd year hall ticket 2019:
1. The candidates have to go to the official website - bseap.org
2. They have to click on "DElEd" on the homepage
3. The candidates have to click on "D.El.Ed 2nd year hall ticket" link
4. They have to put the details asked and click on the download
5. Here, the candidates will be able to download AP DElEd 2nd year hall ticket 2019
6. They have to take a printout of the same, as it is mandatory to carry the admit card to exam hall
D.El.Ed is a two-year teachers' training programme. One needs to clear D.El.Ed to be eligible for teaching class V to VIII students in schools. For the AP DElEd first year exam, conducted in June, about 41,000 candidates appeared, of which 36,000 cleared the test.
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