KARTET 2022 Exam today for Paper-1 and 2, Information on Admit Card and Exam Timings Here

KARTET 2022 exam is scheduled to be conducted today, November 6 for both papers. Paper 1 will end at 12 noon. Candidates can check the timings and other important details below.


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New Delhi: Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) 2022 exam is plan to be organized today, November 6 for both papers. Paper-1 will start from 9:30 am and the applicants appearing for this shift have already reached their designated examination centers. The examination will be organized for 2 hours 30 minutes in both shifts. Paper-1 will end at 12 noon. Applicants can see the timings and other important information below.
Applications appearing for the examination are needed to carry their KARTET 2022 admit card along with a valid ID proof to the examination center. The admit card should be present in Hard copy format. Applicants would not be permitted to enter the examination hall if they fail to carry their admit card.

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Exam Date, Time:

Department of School Education, Karnataka is organizing the KARTET 2022 today, November 6, 2022. The examination will be held in two shifts for papers-1 and 2. Paper-I will be organized from 9:30 am to 12 pm and the Paper-II will be organized from 2 pm to 4:30 pm.

Admit Card:

Karnataka School Education Department issued the admit card for the Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test or KARTET 2022 on September 26. Applicants those are going to take part in the exam can download the admit card from the official website-schooleducation.kar.nic.in.

Exam Pattern:

KARTET examination 2022 will be organized in offline-mode and will be of total 2 hours 30 time frame for each paper. Karnataka TET is organized in two Papers. Paper 1 is for primary classes (class I to V) and Paper 2 is for upper primary classes (class VI to VIII). Both Paper-1 and 2 include 150 questions each and is of 150 marks each.


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