Karnataka TET Official Answer Key 2018 Released, Check Here
The Karnataka Teachers Eligibility Test answer key 2018 has been released on 19 February 2019 on its official website. The candidates can log on to the website and check their result.
The Karnataka Teachers Eligibility Test has announced the answer key of the Karnataka TET Exam 2018 on 19 Februaru 2019 on its official website. The candidates, who appeared in the Karnataka TET exam, can now download the Karnataka TET answer key 2018 and they can also raise objections, if any, in the objection window against the answer key.
The objection can be raised for Karnataka TET Answer Key 2018 from 19 February 2019 to 25 February 2019 till 4 pm. The Karnataka TET answer key 2018 is available for both Paper I and II. Objections submitted after the stipulated time will not be entertained.
The Karnataka TET Exam was held on 3 February 2019 this year and the Authorities have declared the result of the Karnataka TET Exam soon i.e. in a time of almost 15 days. The Karnataka TET is conducted in order to select the eligible candidates to recruit primary and upper primary teachers in government schools in the state of Karnataka. The Karnataka TET is an eligibility exam and the candidates need to clear Karnataka TET Exam so that they can appear in teacher recruitment exam.
How to Check Karnataka TET Result
To check the Karnataka TET answer key 2018, the candidates need to log in with the Application Number and the Date of Birth as mentioned in the application. The link to the result page is https://sts.karnataka.gov.in/TET/ After entering the required details, the candidates can see their result.
School Education, Karnataka has also released a write-up for the candidates on how to raise objections to the answer keys. Candidates must go through this write-up before raising the objections. The candidates should remember that the objections can be filed online only. Any objection without sufficient and proper supportive document will not be entertained. Also, the Journals, magazines, individual publications, guides, Internet sources (Wikipedia, Google information etc) newspaper articles are not considered as supportive document while raising the objections.
The candidates who pass the Karnataka TET exam, are eligible for the teaching jobs in the state of Karnataka. The Karnataka TET certificate is also required to the candidates to serve in the Government teaching jobs in the state.