Karnataka TET FAQs: There are numerous types of questions asked by candidates who are interested in the KARTET exam. There Karnataka TET FAQs or popular questions are divided into different stages or topics related to the exam, such as the application process, important dates, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, exam syllabus, selection criteria, counselling, etc. The Karnataka TET 2023 will be organised on 3rd September 2023 by the Karnataka Examination Authority. Candidates who are interested in becoming an elementary teacher in government schools of Karnataka can apply online for the Karnataka TET 2023 exam before 5th August 2023. Stay tuned to know more about the Karnataka TET FAQs.
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Karnataka TET FAQs: Application Process
To successfully apply for the Karnataka TET 2023, candidates must visit the official website of the Department of School Education, Karnataka at https://sts.karnataka.gov.in/TET/ and start their application process.
The Karnataka TET application forms will be filled out online on the official portal of the Department of School Education, Karnataka. No offline application forms will be accepted.
While filling out the KARTET application form, candidates are required to upload original copies of their documents in the desired format. The documents required are the candidate’s latest passport-size photograph, bachelor’s degree certificate, matriculation and intermediate certificates and any government-issued ID card (aadhar card/ driving licence/ passport/ pan card).
The application fee for the Karnataka TET is INR 1000 for both papers. If any candidate wishes to appear for only one paper, they will have to pay INR 700.
Karnataka TET FAQs: Important Dates
The Karnataka TET 2023 will be conducted on 3rd September 2023 at different exam centres in Karnataka. The exam will consist of 2 Papers: Paper I and Paper II.
The last date to apply for the KARTET 2023 is 5th August 2023. After this date, no application will be accepted by the conducting body.
Candidates who will successfully apply for the KARTET 2023 can download their admit cards after 28th August 2023, as the exam conducting body will release the admit cards on this date.
Also read – Karnataka TET Admit Card
Karnataka TET FAQs: Eligibility Criteria
To become eligible for the Karnataka TET 2023, candidates must have completed PUC/ Senior Secondary education with a minimum aggregate of 50% and a 2 years Diploma in Elementary Education or a 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.Ed). Candidates who are in their final year of Diploma or graduation can also apply for this teaching eligibility test.
The Karnataka TET 2023 has no age limit criteria. Candidates who possess the minimum required education qualifications can apply for this teaching qualification exam.
Candidates belonging to the unreserved category must score at least 60% marks in the KARTET exams; Paper I and Paper II. Candidates who belong to the reserved category are required to score a minimum of 55% marks out of a total of 150.
Karnataka TET FAQs: Syllabus
The Karnataka TET syllabus for both papers is slightly different; Paper I includes subjects such as Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II, Mathematics and Science and Social Science; Paper II has options in Mathematics and Science and Social Science, depending on the candidate’s specialization and interest.
The subject of Child Development and Pedagogy includes the following topics: The concept of development and its relationship, Principles of the development of children, Influence of Heredity & Environment, Socialization processes, Piaget, Kohlberg, and Vygotsky, Concepts of child-centred and progressive education, Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence, Multi-Dimensional Intelligence, etc.
The KARTET 2023 exam will have optional subjects for candidates. Candidates who want to teach Mathematics or Science will have questions about these subjects in the paper. Candidates who want to teach Social science will have questions about this subject. Both these sections will consist of a total of 60 marks in the exam.
Also read – KARTET Exam Pattern 2023
Karnataka TET FAQs: Exam Pattern
The Karnataka TET exam will have a time limit of 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes) for each paper. At this time, candidates are required to attend all the 150 MCQs.
The KARTET 2023 will have two papers: Paper I for Primary teachers (Classes I to V) and Elementary teachers (Classes VI to VII).
The Karnataka TET exam paper will consist of a total of 150 questions in each paper. These questions will be divided into 5 sections in Paper I and into 4 sections in Paper II.
The KARTET 2023 question paper will have multiple-choice questions. For each question, there will be 4 options, out of which candidates have to mark the correct answer.
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