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Karnataka TET 2022 Results by Next Weekend: Minister BC Nagesh

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will release the Result of the State Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) 2022 next week. The state minister of school education BC Nagesh recently made an announcement about this. “The Result of the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) will be announced next weekend,” he tweeted.

Candidates who took the KARTET 2022 can view and download their Karnataka TET Result 2022 from the official website – schooleducation.kar.nic.in as soon as it is released. Candidates would be required to login to the website with their assigned roll number and password to access the Result.

The KARTET 2022 was conducted in two sessions last month. Paper 1 started from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, while Paper 2 started from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Karnataka TET Answer Key 2022 was released on November 10th. Candidates were given time to object. The school education department shared KARTET’s final answer key on Nov. 25. More than 92 percent of the candidates had appeared for the exam.

Karnataka TET 2022 Result: How to Download?

Step 1. Open the schooleducation.kar.nic.in online portal

Step 2. Click on the link to KARTET Result 2022 available on the homepage

Step 3. Enter your credentials such as role number and password

Step 4. Soon the Karnataka TET Result 2022 will appear on the computer screen

Step 5. Download the results and make a hard copy of them

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KARTET is held every year to recruit candidates for the posts of teacher in state government schools. Paper 1 is conducted to hire primary school teachers (grades 1–5), on the other hand, paper 2 is conducted to recruit senior primary school teachers (grades 6–8). Candidates who score at least 60 percent of the marks or get at least 90 of the 150 questions correct are eligible to take the exam.

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