Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET 2016) will be held on January 15, 2017. The KARTET Hall Tickets have been issued online by School Education Department, Karnataka. If you’re one of the eligible applicants then you can print out your KARTET Admit Card using the official website.
The candidates were already notified about the release of it through the SMS on their registered mobile number. The department has also placed a notification about the same on the official site.
The Exam was earlier scheduled for Dec 18, 2016, and then for 8th January, but it was postponed to 15th January in last. The admit card is now available for the eligible candidates.
The Application Number and the candidate’s date of birth are required to access the hall ticket downloading page. Click Here to Download KARTET 2017 Admission Ticket to appear in the examination.
The Schedule of this test for both of the papers is listed below:
|Date of Exam||Paper||Timing||Duration|
|15.01.2017 (Sunday)||Paper-I||09:30 to 12:00 Noon||2.30 Hours|
|15.01.2017 (Sunday)||Paper-II||02:00 to 04:30 pm||2.30 Hours|
The Admission Ticket is a must have element to appear for the Karnataka Teachers Eligibility Test – 2016 that will be held on January 15, 2017, for both of the levels.
You can also get in touch with the exam organizers to look for any help about the admit card or to resolve any issue about the exam process. Following are the official ways to contact the officials for any type of support:
Phone Numbers: +91 88 67 96 9032 / 33 / 34 / 22.
Timing: 10.00 to 18.00 hrs; (except Govt. Holidays & Sundays).
What is KARTET?
The Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) is conducted by Centralised Admission Cell (CAC) since the year 2011. As per National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) guidelines, it is pivotal to qualify this test for the aspiring teachers to teach in standard 1 to 8 schools in the state.
This test checks the ability, quality, and the knowledge of the candidates which makes sure only the deserving candidates become the teacher in the future. Thus, students get the quality education.
|KARTET Answer Key|
The passing percentage (cut off) for KARTET is 60% for all other candidates while 55% for SC, ST, C1 and physically challenged candidates. There is no relaxation in the minimum required qualification to appear for this test.
There is no negative marking in this state level TET Examination. Once you clear the test, the certificate you get after qualifying the test, will be valid for next 7 years. However, you can attempt KARTET as many times as you want to improve your score, to test your knowledge or whatever you call it.
Check More Details about Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) and also go through the detailed syllabus to make maximum out of your exam preparations.
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