The School Education Department, Karnataka has released a notification for candidates to raise objections against the answer key of Karnataka TET.
According to notification, the deadline for raising objections is November 17.
To raise objections, candidates will have to visit the official website of the School Education Department i.e. schooleducation.kar.nic.in.
Karnataka TET examination was held on November 6 in two shifts - 9.00 AM to 12.00 PM and 1.30 PM to 4.30 PM. A total of 92 percent of the candidates took part in the examination.
KARTET 2022 answer key: How to raise objection
Visit the official site of School Education Department, Karnataka
On the homepage, click on ‘Click to submit online objection to KARTET 2022 answer key
Enter the login details and click on submit
Raise the objection
Take a printout of the same for future purpose
What is KARTET
Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) is conducted by the Centralised Admission Cell (CAC), Office of the Commissioner of Public Instruction, Bangalore, Karnataka.
It is conducted once in a year to assess the aptitude level of several eligible candidates in order to fill up all the vacant teaching posts in various government schools of Karnataka.
Paper-I is conducted for Lower Primary Teachers to teach classes I to V while Paper-II is conducted for Upper Primary Teachers to teach classes VI to VIII.