Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020: KARTET 2020 exam is postponed due to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak. The new dates are releasing soon at the website. Candidates can download Karnataka TET Hall Ticket 2020 from schooleducation.kar.nic.in when available. With the release of new exam dates, CAC is releasing the admit card. One must have the username and password to download KARTET Hall Ticket 2020. It is mandatory to have the admit card to get the entry in the examination hall. We provide here the complete details of KARTET Admit Card including download process and exam pattern.
Latest: Karnataka TET 2020 exam has been postponed. Candidates can download Karnataka TET Hall Ticket 2020 from the link given below.
Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020
Every applicant must have the KARTET Admit Card 2020 to enter the exam hall. Centralised Admission Cell (CAC) has published the complete schedule of KARTET 2020 through a detailed advertisement at the website. Get all important dates of KARTET 2020 here in this article.
|Karnataka TET 2020||Important Dates|
|Start date of application form||25 Jan 2020|
|Last date to apply||25 Feb 2020|
|Release of admit card|
|Exam date of Karnataka TET 2020|
|Release of answer key||To be announced|
|Declaration of result||To be announced|
Download Here: Click here to download Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020
Karnataka TET 2020 Exam Postponed
Karnataka TET 2020 exam has been officially postponed due to the ongoing lockdown situation in India. CAC was all set to conduct the examination on April 11, 2020. The new dates of KARTET 2020 are releasing soon at the website. Follow this page to get the latest updates about KARTET Admit Card 2020 and KARTET 2020 exam. Check out the official website below.
How To Download Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020?
Centralised Admission Cell issues the admit card for Karnataka TET 2020 after the online application procedure is over. KARTET Admit Card 2020 is released through the website as notified. Only eligible candidates are issued the admit card. It is important to have the admit card since the entry to the exam center is based on the possession of an admit card. It is a faily easy process. Candidates can follow the steps given below to download the admit card.
#1: Type “schooleducation.kar.nic.in” at a compatible web browser and press enter to open the website.
#2: In the “Latest News” section you will find a link “Log in to generate the admission ticket for Karnataka Teachers Eligibility Test – 2019“. Click on it.
#3: Enter the login credentials viz. the username and password and click submit.
#4: Karnataka Hall Ticket 2020 is displayed on the screen. Download and generate a print out.
How to download Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020 if you forget password?
Candidates have to enter the username and password to download the hall ticket of Karnataka TET 2020 exam. It is necessary to log in to the portal to download the hall ticket. However, if you forget the password, simply follow the steps given below to recover the password.
#1: At the login form, click on the “Forgot Password” option.
#2: Enter the application number, date of birth and registered mobile number.
#3: Enter the new password and confirm the new password.
#4: Click on save to set the new password.
Contents of Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020
The information present in the admit card is based on the information furnished by candidates in the application form. As such, candidates are advised to double check the information present in the Karnataka TET Hall Ticket 2020.
It must be noted that there are provisions to make changes to application form or hall ticket of Karnataka TET 2020. However, candidates can contact the CAC at the helpline numbers in such cases.
Check out a list of key information present in the Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020 below.
- Name of the candidate
- Parents name
- Age of candidate
- Name of exam
- Name of conducting body
- Mode of exam
- Duration of exam
- Date and time of exam
Karnataka TET 2020 Exam Pattern
Karnataka TET 2020 exam consists of two papers viz. Paper-I and Paper-II. Paper-I is for those who aspire to teach at the primary level i.e. from Class I to V. On the other hand, Paper-II is for those who aspire to teach at the elementry level i.e. from Class VI to VIII.
Check out the main features of Karnataka TET 2020 exam below.
- Language of the examination: English, Kannada, Urdu, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Marathi.
- Mode of Examination: Offline
- Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions
- Duration of examination: 02 hours 30 minutes
- Marking Scheme: 01 for the correct answer, no negative marking.
Check out the marks distribution in Paper-I below
Check out the marks distribution in Paper-II below
Click here to get Karnataka TET Syllabus 2020.
Instructions for Karnataka TET Admit Card 2020
- It is mandatory to carry the admit card in the examination hall, no candidates will be allowed to appear in the examination without admit card.
- Date, time and venue of the exam is mentioned on the admit card.
- The candidates are advised to download and print the admit card as soon as it is released.
- Candidates should validate the details given on the admit card.
- Candidates should reach the examination hall on or before the reporting time and should bring one valid Id proof.
- Preserve the admit card till the publication of the KARTET Result.
About Karnataka TET
Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) is a state-level eligibility test that is conducted by the Centralized Admission Cell (CAC). The examination is for those who aspire to be teachers in the state of Karnataka. Such candidates have to qualify in the KARTET exam by securing the prescribed minimum qualifying marks. After the exam, qualifying candidates are issued KARTET eligibility certificates. KARTET 2020 certificate is valid for a period of 07 years. With this certificate, candidates can apply for various teaching posts in different schools.
Karnataka TET 2020 Admit Card Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : Candidates can download the Karnataka TET admit card from schooleducation.kar.nic.in.
Ans : Candidates can carry a print out of admit card and a black/blue point pen to the examination hall.
Ans : In such cases, candidates are not allowed to make any changes in the admit card.