Karnataka TET Hall Ticket 2020 - Centralised Admission Cell (CAC) is expected to issue the hall ticket of Karnataka TET in January 2020. Only those candidates will be able to download Karnataka TET hall ticket 2020 who will fill the application form successfully. To download Karnataka TET 2020 hall ticket, candidates will have to use their login credentials. The admit card of Karnataka TET will contain details related to the candidates and the examination. Candidates must download Karnataka TET hall ticket 2020 and bring it to their respective exam centres on the day of exam. Along with the hall ticket of Karnataka TET 2020, candidates must also bring one of the prescribed photo ID proofs.
Karnataka TET will be conducted to determine the eligibility of candidate as Teachers in classes 1 to 8. The test is held for two papers - paper I and II. paper I is conducted for those who wish to become teachers in classes 1 to 5 while paper II is conducted for those who want to become teachers from cl;asses 6 to 8. For those who wish to become teachers from classes 1 to 8 can appear for both the papers.
Karnataka TET 2020 hall ticket release
Karnataka TET 2020 exam
In order to download the hall ticket of Karnataka TET 2020, candidates can follow some simple steps. The steps to download Karnataka TET 2020 hall ticket are as follows:
Click on the hall ticket link on this page (link will be available as and when the admit card is released).
The link will redirect you to the admit card login window.
Entre the login credentials - application number in the admit card login window.
The screen will then display your Karnataka TET hall ticket 2020.
Check all the details mentioned on the hall ticket of Karnataka TET.
Download Karnataka TET hall ticket after ensuring all the details to be correct.
Take at least two print outs of the hall ticket and bring it to the exam centre on the exam day.
It is important for the candidase to check the details mentioned on the admit card of Karnataka TET. The following details related to candidates and exam are mentioned on the hall ticket of Karnataka TET:
Name of the candidate
Roll number of the candidate
Space for signature
Name of the exam
Exam centre address and details
Paper with session and time
Other important instructions
Candidates must check that all the details mentioned on the hall ticket of Karnataka TET 2020. In case of any error spotted in Karnataka TET admit card, candidates must immediately contact the exam conducting authority and get the error rectified.
As mentioned above in the article, candidates have to carry one of the prescribed photo ID proofs with Karnataka TET hall ticket to their respective exam centre on the day of exam. The list of prescribed photo ID proofs is mentioned below:
Voter ID Card
Bank Passbook with a photograph
Employee ID Card
University/College ID Card
Do not forget to carry your Karnataka TET hall ticket 2020 to the exam centre.
Also, carry one of the prescribed photo ID proofs with the hall ticket.
Go through other important instructions mentioned on the admit card
Make sure you reach the exam centre at least 2 hours before the exam starts.
Keep the hall ticket of Karnataka TET safe till the recruitment process is concluded.
The exam conducting authority prescribes the exam pattern of Karnataka TET. As per the exam pattern, Karnataka TET 2020 will be conducted for two papers - paper I and paper II. Paper I will be conducted for the recruitment of candidates in classes 1 to 5 while paper II will be held for the recruitment of candidate from classes 6 to 8. Both the paper will be held in offline mode, containing questions for a total of 140 marks. No marks will be deducted in case of any wrong answer given by the candidates.
Karnataka TET Structure (Paper I) for a class 1 to 5
Child Development and Pedagogy
Child Development &
Language I (compulsory)
Language II (compulsory)
(a) For Mathematics and Science teacher:- Mathematics and Science
(b) For Social Studies/Social Science
teacher:- Social Science
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