ASSAM LP AND UP TEACHERS RECRUITMENT  THROUGH TET : The result for Assam Teachers Eligibility Test (TET). A total of 52722 out of 330927 candidates qualified the exam. The passing % is 15.93. Paper wise passing details are as under:
·         Paper I (LP) - 32,212 candidates out of 2,07,178 were declared qualified (15.54%).
·         Paper II (UP), Science (Maths&Science) 4,372  candidates qualified out of 21,893( 20%).
·         Paper II Arts (Social Studies) - 16,138 out of 1,01,856 candidates cleared the exam (15.84%)
·         The combined figure of qualified candidates in Paper II was 20,510 against a total number of 1,23,749.
Among the districts, Kamrup (Metro) with highest  successful candidates with a number of 3,302 (Paper I) and 2,258 (Paper II), followed by Nagaon (2,612 and 1,398), Jorhat (2,302 and 1,708), (Kamrup (2,543 and 1,281), and Sivasagar (2,294 and 1,688).
Since the exam process is over now, around 30559 vacant posts of Lower Primary (LP) Teachers are expected to be filled from 32212 qualified TET candidates. In this way, 95% of TET qualified candidates shall get to be recruited as LP Teachers. The Assam Government is likely to recruit around 90000 teachers in next  three years within the state.The Hon’ble Guwahati High Court has also granted its permission for recruitment of 12000 teachers. 
The supreme court of India has set aside the Assam High Court decision on recruitment of 82000 tecchers within the state of Assam. The Assam High Court imposed the ban on 05/03/2010 on recruitment of Lower Primary and Upper Primary teachers stating that any further recruitment of LP and UP teachers should be made only with its permission. The state government has argued that non appointment of teachers may lead to closure of large number of schools and it will also be very difficult for the government to implement the Right to Compulsory and Free Education Act.