Karnataka TET admit card 2019 released in online mode; download till February 3

Karnataka TET admit card 2019 released in online mode; download till February 3
Shristi Kirti | Jan 24, 2019 - 12:13 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JANUARY 24: Centralised Admission Cell (CAC) has released the admit card of Karnataka TET 2019 on January 24. The admit card has been released in online mode for only those candidates who have filled the application form within the allotted time frame. The admit card must be downloaded by the candidates till February 3, 2019. To download Karnataka TET admission ticket, candidates must visit the official website - http://www.schooleducation.kar.nic.in and enter their application number in the admit card login window.

Karnataka TET admit card 2019 contains the details of the candidates and examination related to name, date of birth, category, father's name, date and time of examination, exam centre etc. Candidates must check that all the details imprinted on the admit card. In case of errors spotted, candidates must immediately contact the authority by calling at 080-22483145/080-22228805/080-22483140 and get the discrepancies rectified.

Ensuring the correctness of the details on the admit card, candidates must download it and get at least two printouts of the same. The admit card of Karnataka TET must be carried by the candidates to the exam centres on the exam day. Along with the admit card, candidates must also bring one of the prescribed photo identity proofs - Voter ID card, Aadhaar card, PAN card, Passport, Driving license, Employee ID card, College/University ID proof.

It must be remembered by the candidates that no candidate will be able to appear for the exam without the admit card and the prescribed photo ID proof.

Karnataka TET 2019 will be conducted in offline mode on February 3, 2019. The exam will be conducted for determining the eligibility of the candidates as teachers from classes 1 to 8. Karnataka TET exam will be conducted for two papers - paper I and II. Paper I will b conducted for those candidates who wish to become teachers from classes 1 to 5 while paper II will be conducted for those who wish to become teachers from classes 6 to 8. Candidates who wish to become teachers from classes 1 to 8 can appear in both paper I and II.


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