KARTET Recruitment 2020 | Apply Karnataka TET Exam – Date Extended

KARTET 2020 recruitment notification: The latest Karnataka TET exam news is here! School Education Karnataka, has released the Karnataka 2020 TET Exam Notification for Professor Publications It is a great opportunity for those seeking teaching jobs in Karnataka. So don’t miss out on the opportunity and apply for the KARTET 2020 Notification. Interested applicants get the Karnataka TET Live Link app online in the section below. Applicants can start applying for the Karnataka TET 2020 exam from January 25, 2020, to February 25, 2020, Extended until June 11, 2020.

KARTET 2020 recruitment

Applicants can obtain the direct link to request the Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test. All candidates applying for KARTET recruitment can download the admission card on March 7, 2020. The test date for the Karnataka teacher eligibility test is March 15, 2020. Here you can see the selection process, eligibility criteria, age limit, and so on. And also here you can check the details of the application form and official notifications about Karnataka TET Vacancy 2020. 

Karnataka 2020 TET Exam Overview

Board NameSchool education Karnataka
Exam nameKarnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET)
Job titleProfessor
Job CategoryKarnataka Govt Jobs
Application modeApply online
Application start dateJanuary 25, 2020
Application closing dateFebruary 25, 2020, Extended until June 11, 2020
Job LocationKarnataka
Official Web siteschooleducation.kar.nic.in

Eligibility Criteria for Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test Publications

Eligibility criteria for the Karnataka 2020 TET Notification are listed below.

Educational Qualification for Karnataka TET Exam 2020:

Document-I: Minimum qualification required (for teaching classes 1 to 5):

  • PUC / Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% of grades and passed or appearing in the last year of the 2-year Diploma in Primary Education / or 4th Bachelor of Primary Education (B.El.Ed). OR
  • Senior high school (or its equivalent) with at least 50% of grades and passed or appearing in the last year of the 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education). OR
  • Graduation with at least 50% of grades and approved or appearing in the last year of the 2-year Diploma in Primary Education.

Document-II: Minimum qualification required (for teaching classes 6 to 8):

  • Graduation with at least 50% of grades and passing or appearing in the last year of the 2-year Diploma / B.Ed / in Primary Education. OR
  • PUC / Senior Secondary (or it’s equivalent) with at least 50% of grades and approved or appearing in the last year of a 4-year Primary Education Degree (B.El.Ed) / B.A.Ed /B.Sc.Ed OR
  • Graduation with at least 50% grade and passing or appearing in final year B.Ed. (Special education).

Age limit:

  • Candidates can consult the Karnataka TET 2020 Notification PDF for more information

KARTET recruitment selection process:

The selection process will be carried out when appropriate.

  • Written / Computer Exam
  • Academic merit
  • Physical aptitude
  • Interview / Ability test
  • Typing test

Application fee

CategoryPaper – I / II (only) I and II
General, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B GroupsRs.700 / –Rs.1000 / –
SC / ST / CI onlyRs. 350 / –Rs.500 / –
Candidates with different abilities are exempt from fees

How to apply for the Karnataka 2020 Teacher Eligibility Test?

  1. Candidates are encouraged to click on the official website @ www.schooleducation.kar.in.
  2. The school education home page, Karnataka, will appear on the screen.
  3. Please refer to the direct link to complete the 2020 KARTET Online Application Form.
  4. Click the Apply Online link below
  5. Fill in all the details by login in or register.
  6. Enter all the necessary details as requested on the application form, i.e. name, date of birth, father’s name, address, educational qualification, etc.
  7. Load scanned images from the photo (size less than 50 KB) and signature (size less than 40 KB).
  8. And then send the request form
  9. Keep a receipt for the application form for future reference

Important dates for the TET Karnataka 2020 exam

Application start dateJanuary 25, 2020
Application closing dateFebruary 25, 2020, Extended until June 11, 2020

Important links for KARTET Recruitment 2020


Frequently asked questions about KARTET Recruitment 2020:

1. What is the Karnataka 2020 TET exam date?
A. Karnataka’s TET exam will be updated soon

2. What is the application fee for the TET Exam Karnataka TET 2020 on paper I and II?
A. The application fee will be based on the Category. Candidates can refer to the table above for an application fee

3. What is the last date to request the KARTET 2020 Notification?
A. Candidates must take note of the following date

  • Application start date: January 25, 2020
  • Last date to apply online – February 25, 2020, Extended until June 11, 2020

4. What is the minimum qualification for Karnataka TET?
A. Candidates must earn a minimum of 60% grades to qualify for Karnataka TET.

About Karnataka school education

There are three types of schools in Karnataka: government (government-run), self-help (financial aid is provided by the government), and private unaided (financial aid is not provided). In most of these schools, the medium of instruction is English or Kannada. The curriculum taught in schools is that of the CBSE, ICSE, NIOS, or the state curriculum. The curriculum includes subjects such as science, social studies, and mathematics in addition to language-related subjects. To maximize attendance, the Karnataka Government has launched a noon meal plan in the government and assisted schools where free lunch is offered to students.

Teacher Eligibility Test

The teacher eligibility test, known as TET, is the minimum qualification required in India for a person to be eligible to be appointed as a teacher for classes I to VIII. The exam is mandatory to teach jobs in Indian government schools. There are two documents: Document 1, for teachers of classes I to V, and Document 2 for classes VI to VIII. TET is carried out by both central and state governments in India. Most states carry out their own TET. The test is conducted to meet the objectives of the Children’s Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009.