Karnataka TET Result 2020 - Steps to Check Result
Karnataka TET Result 2020 - Centralised Admission Cell (CAC) announces the result of Karnataka TET for both the papers - Paper I and II in online mode. Karnataka TET 2020 result is released in online mode. Candidates can download Karnataka TET result 2020 by using their login credentials - application number and date of birth in the login window. Only those candidates who will qualify Karnataka TET result 2020 will be issued eligibility certificate. Check more details about result of Karnataka TET 2020 by reading this article below. Karnataka TET result 2020 will likely to reflect the name of the candidate, roll number, registration number, date of examination, category of the candidate and marks secured by candidates.
Karnataka TET Result 2020 Dates
Candidates can check below the tentative exam and Karnataka TET result date from the table provided below.
Karnataka TET 2020
Karnataka TET result
Karnataka TET Result 2020 - Highlights
Exam Conducting Body
Centralised Admission Cell (CAC)
Mode of Result
Application number and Date of birth
Details to be Displayed
Name, Marks, Percentage and Qualifying Status (Expected)
How to check Karnataka TET Result 2020?
To check Karnataka TET result, candidates will have to follow the steps given below:
Step 1: Visit the official website -
Step 2: Click on the link 'Karnataka TET 2020 result’
Step 3: A new login window will appear on the screen
Step 4: In that login window, enter your application number and date of birth
Step 5: Karnataka TET result will appear on your screen
Step 6: Save and download the result of Karnataka TET
Details mentioned on Karnataka TET Result 2020
The exam conducting authority releases the result of Karnataka TET in online mode. The result will likely to have the following details:
Level of the exam (Primary or Elementary)
Karnataka TET Result 2020 - Marking Scheme
Candidates can check below the marking scheme of Karnataka TET:
Number of Papers
Paper I (I to V) and Paper II (VI to VIII)
Number of Questions
150 (Paper I)
150 (Paper II)
Total Marks allotted
Paper I (150)
Paper II (150)
Marks allotted to each question
What after the declaration of Karnataka TET result 2020?
All those candidates who qualify in the Karnataka TET examination will be issued eligibility certificate. The certificate will be valid for seven years from the date of Karnataka TET result declaration.
How to collect TET eligibility certificate?
In order to collect eligibility certificate candidates will have to carry their ID cards and the copy of Karnataka TET result to Deputy Director of Public Instruction(Administration) of their respective district. Also, a message will be sent to all qualified candidates to their registered mobile number regarding availability of TET eligibility certificate.
Karnataka TET Result 2020 - Qualifying marks
The examination authority determines the qualifying marks as per the category of the candidates. To qualify Karnataka TET exam, general category candidates have to obtain 60% marks while reserved category candidates must score 55% marks out of 150 marks.
Karnataka TET Minimum Qualifying Marks
Qualifying percentage (Out of 150)
Qualifying marks ( Out of 150)
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Karnataka TET Result 2020 - Steps to Check Result
Question: What after the declaration of Karnataka TET result?
After Karnataka TET result 2020 declaration, all the qualified candidates are issued eligibility certificates which will be valid for 7 years.
Question: Will the Karnataka TET result 2020 be available in both offline and online modes?
No. The Karnataka TET result 2020 will be available in online mode only. Candidates have to click on the link provided above (will be provided once the result will be declared) and enter the application number and date of birth to check the result.
Question: When Karnataka TET result 2020 result will be declared?
The result of Karnataka TET is expected to be declared in March 2020.
Question: What is the qualifying cutoff for Karnataka TET?
As per the last year notification, candidates belonging to general category will have to secure 60% whereas reserved category candidates will have to score 55% to qualify Karnataka TET.