Karnataka exam’s change the rules 2022

KAR-TET Exam: The K-TET Exam will be held twice a year in Karnataka

 

 

It is decided to conduct the State Teacher Eligibility Test on the same lines as the Central Teacher Eligibility Test.

 

BANGALORE (Reuters) – The Karnataka Teachers’ Eligibility Test has changed drastically. The Karnataka Teachers’ Eligibility Test (KAR-TET) has been proposed to be conducted twice a year from 2023 in January and June. Secretary to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education Shivakumar has ordered and directed the Education Department Commissioner to take necessary examinations twice a year. .

 

 

More than 40,000 candidates are leaving the colleges after completing the course. However, without a TET test, these candidates are not able to function as teachers. Thus, the test is scheduled for January and June, twice a year.

 

 

CET exam for elementary school teachers in May

CET Examination and Application Fee for Primary School Teachers in May There will be a recruitment of 15,000 graduate elementary school teachers currently vacant in the state.

 

 

Increase application fee for appointment

Application fee for hiring has been increased by 25%. Scheduled Caste / Tribe / Category-I and Disabled Candidates 1,250 for two applications. Is assigned. 1,250 for all other candidates, Rs. 2,500 for two posts. Has been fixed.

 

 

Assistant professor admission test, dress code compulsory!

BANGALORE, Feb 26 (PTI) Candidates applying for the 1,242 Assistant Professor jobs required by government first-class colleges will receive an admission letter for the Competitive Examination to be held in mid-March through the official website. “The load can be loaded,” Karnataka Testing Authority Director Managing Director Rama said.

Candidates attending the examination are also given a dress code. In addition, some items are prohibited for the examination room. The department has also stated the list of banned items. The test will be held from March 12 to 16.

 

 

List of banned substances

Candidates should not bring any electronic items to the examination room. Don’t bring a mobile, pen drive, earphone, microphone, Bluetooth, wristwatch. Food items, stationery, pencil, paper, eraser, blacklist, geometry box, calculator, log table, etc., are prohibited, and personal items such as violet, decorative glasses, belt, hat, camera, jewelry are strictly prohibited.

 

 

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