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KARTET

Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test

Overview

At the state level, Karnataka administers a teacher eligibility test. The exam is known as the Karnataka TET or KARTET. Karnataka's Centralized Admission Cell administers the test. The primary goal of the test is to verify the eligibility of applicants who wish to work as teachers in various government schools around the state of Karnataka. The test consists of two papers: Paper I is for individuals who want to teach at the lower elementary levels, and paper II is for those who want to teach at the higher primary levels. KARTET certified applicants are given a certificate of eligibility that is valid for up to 7 years.

Highlights:

The Department of Public Instruction has announced the KARTET results and final answer keys. Based on the final answer key, the KARTET result has been issued. Candidates who took the KARTET test on August may now get their results.

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Eligibility

KARTET is divided into two sections: paper I and paper II. The following are the qualifying requirements for both papers:

Age: There is no upper age restriction for KARTET; individuals of any age can apply for the test if they have appropriate educational qualifications.

Qualifications in Education:

Paper-I Paper-II
PUC / Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passing or appearing in the final year of a two-year Diploma in Elementary Education Graduation with at least 50% grades and completion of enrollment in the final year of a 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education
PUC / Senior Secondary (or equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passing or appearing in final year or fourth year Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEl.Ed.) Graduation with at least 50% grades and completion or enrollment in the final year of a two-year Bachelor of Education program (B.Ed.)
Senior Secondary (or equivalent) with at least 50% grades and passing or appearing in the last year of a two-year diploma in education (Special Education) PUC / Senior Secondary (or equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passing or appearing in the last year of a four-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEl.Ed.)
Graduation with at least 50% grades and completion of enrollment in the final year of a 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education  PUC / Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% grades and passing or appearing in the last year of a four-year BA.Ed. /B.Sc.Ed.
  Graduation with at least 50% and passing or appearing in final-year B.Ed (Special Education)

Syllabus

The KARTET curriculum is a mix of many courses. To become a primary or upper primary school teacher, one must be familiar with the main concepts that are covered in all classrooms. Learning pedagogy is critical because it assists instructors in understanding the mental abilities and psychology of pupils at various levels. Being a subject matter expert necessitates a substantial and in-depth understanding of the subject or group in question.

KARTET Syllabus for Paper- I :

Child Development & Pedagogy
Pedagogy and Learning Gender (as a social Construct)
Concepts of child-centered and progressive education / Socialization processes / Child development Teaching and learning (Basic processes)
Learning in children (Alternative Conceptions) Distinction between assessment of learning and Assessment for learning
understanding children with special needs Concept of Inclusive education
Language I and Language II
Pedagogy of language Development Reading unseen passages
Language comprehension  
Mathematics
3-D Geometrical figures Lines & angles
Numbers and fractions The knowledge of space & Geometrical figures
Ratio and proportion Data handling & Measures of central tendency, Weight, time and volume (Measurements)
Linear equations & Identities (Basic Algebra) Algebraic expressions & Mathematical operations on numbers
Environmental Science
Pedagogy of Environmental Science, Electricity (How do things works) Sources of Energy
Our Environment, Natural Phenomena Human Health and Hygiene
Living World  

 

KARTET Syllabus for Paper- II :

Child Development & Pedagogy (Age group 11- 14 years)
Pedagogy and Learning Gender (as a social Construct)
Concepts of child-centered and progressive education / Socialization processes / Child development Teaching and learning (Basic processes)
Learning in children (Alternative Conceptions) Distinction between assessment of learning and Assessment for learning
understanding children with special needs Concept of Inclusive education
   
Language I and Language II
Pedagogy of language Development Reading unseen passages
Language comprehension  
Mathematics
Identifies, Pair of linear equations in 2 variables Circles, Area related to circles, Quadrilaterals
Statistics & Probability Arithmetic Progression
Polynomials, Quadratic equations, Triangles, Mensuration Number system
Trigonometry, Co-ordinate geometry  
Science
Biology (Living World, Food, Food and its constituents, Food and its sources, Cell, Animal kingdom) Chemistry (Natural resources, Materials/Materials in our daily life, Bases and Salts, Acids, Polymers, Atoms and Molecules)
Physics (Natural phenomenon, Motion, Light, Gravitation, Mirror, Lens,  Electricity and Electric Circuits, Magnetism, Resistors)  
Social Science/ Social Studies
Social & Political Studies Geography
History Pedagogical issues

Exam Pattern

The KARTET test format adheres to the NCTE norms for central and state TET exams. The KARTET test consists of two papers: paper 1 is for individuals who want to apply for primary level teachers (classes 1 to 5) and paper 2 is for those who want to apply for upper primary teachers (classes 6 to 8). A total number of MCQ questions is 150, worth 150 marks. The time duration is 2 hours and 30 minutes. Correct answers earn +1 points, and there is no negative marking.

KARTET Paper-I KARTET Paper-II
 Pedagogy & Child Development  Child Development and Pedagogy 
 Language I   Language I
 Language II   Language II 
 Mathematics  Mathematics & Science, OR  Social Studies/Social   Science  
 Environmental Studies  

Exam Paper

  • The KARTET Paper I is for candidates who desire to teach in grades one through five.
  • The KARTET Paper II is for candidates who desire to teach in grades 6–8.
  • There will be no negative marking. Applicants have a range of possibilities for language papers. For each paper, candidates can select from the following subjects: English, Kannada, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Marathi, and Telugu. Candidates cannot, however, select the same subject for both language I and language II. In all exams, 150 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) will be asked. The test will be administered in an offline format, with candidates required to fill out an OMR sheet with their replies. The social study part is only available to visually challenged applicants taking Paper 1.
     

Exam Important Date

Online Application Process Begins 1st week of July, 2022
Deadline for Application Process 4th week of July, 2022
Deadline for Fee payment 3rd week of July, 2022
Admit card 2nd week of August, 2022
KARTET 2022 exam 4th week of August, 2022
Answer Key Release/ Objection to be filed 4th Week of August, 2022
Exam Result Announcement 2nd week of September, 2022

Exam Application Process

KARTET is used to assess the eligibility of people applying for teaching employment in government schools. Every year, the TET is held. The following are the steps of KARTET selection:

  • Application Form: KARTET application forms are accessible online at the board's official website. Candidates must pay the KARTET application fee online after completing the online application.
  • Admit Card: Prior to the written test, the KARTET admit card will be made available online. One week before the examination, candidates may get their KARTET to admit card from the official website. To gain access into the test hall, you must have a printed copy of your admit card with you.
  • KARTET Test: The state-level KARTET exam is used to hire primary teachers (paper I) and upper primary teachers (paper II). Level I hires teachers for grades 1-5, whereas Level II hires teachers for grades 6-8.
  • Result Announcement: The KARTET result is announced shortly after the evaluation procedure is completed. Those who get scores higher than the cut-off will be issued a TET qualifying certificate, which will be valid for seven years.


Cut Off:

In order to qualify for the Karnataka TET Exam, students must achieve more than the cut-off marks shown below. However, the Karnataka TET Cut Off scores would fluctuate depending on the category.

  KARTEK Min. Qualifying Marks
General 2A/ 2B/ 3A/ 3B 60%
CI/ SC/ ST/ Differently abled 55%

Exam Center

The Department of Public Instruction, Government of Karnataka School Education, has decided to hold the Karnataka TET Written Examination solely at various locations inside the state of Karnataka. When filling out the application forms, people are able to clarify their preferred center. The exam center will be assigned to you based on your selections. The list of KARTET Exam centers is given below:

Bagalkot Hospet Gadag KGF
Chitradurga Dandeli Mysore Udupi
Mangalore Bhadravathi Athani Chamarajanagar
Jamakhandi Bidar Gulbarga Koppal
Davangere Kumta Raichur Karkala
Moodabidre Sagar Chickodi Kollegal
Bangalore Basavakalyan Hassan Madikeri
Dharwad Sirsi Ramanagara Kundapura
Puttur Tumkur Gokak Chikkaballapur
Doddaballapur Bhalki Haveridte Mandya
Hubli Kolar Channapatna Yadgir
Ujire Tiptur Bellary Chikmagalur
Belgaum Bijapur Kanwar Krishnarajapet
Shimoga      

FAQ

Ques: What language is used in KARTET question papers?
Ans:
KARTET question papers are accessible in the following languages: English, Kannada, Urdu, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Marathi.

Ques: Who manages KARTET?
Ans:
KARTET, or Karnataka teacher eligibility test, is administered by the Centralized Admission Cell of Karnataka. The test is a state-level exam that is used to verify the eligibility of applicants interested in pursuing a career as a teacher.

Ques: What is the format of the KARTET exam?
Ans:
The KARTET examination is administered offline as a pen-and-paper test.

Ques: Can I make changes to my KARTET application after it's been submitted?
Ans:
No, there is no possibility for resubmission or revision once the application has been completed.

Ques: What documents are required to fill the KARTET Application form?
Ans.
Below is the list of documents required:

  • Certificates of education
  • a recent passport-size photograph 
  • Scanned copy of the signature
  • Net banking/Debit/Credit card details.
  • Proof of Address
  • An Identification ID, issued by Government
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