KARTET 2024 Answer Key Released: Steps to Download @sts.karnataka.gov.in, File Objections by July 13

Candidates who appeared for KARTET 2024 on June 30 can now access the answer key @sts.karnataka.gov.in. Objections can be filed until July 13, 5:30 p.m

KARTET 2024 Answer Key Released: Steps to Download @sts.karnataka.gov.in, File Objections by July 13

July 9, 2024, Bengaluru: The Department of School Education, Karnataka, has released the KARTET 2024 answer key. Candidates who appeared for the exam on June 30 can access the answer key on the official website sts.karnataka.gov.in. They have until July 13 at 5:30 p.m. to file any objections. This step is crucial for aspiring teachers in Karnataka, with specific qualifying marks and eligibility criteria that must be met.

KARTET 2024 Exam Structure

The KARTET 2024 consists of two papers: Paper 1 for elementary teachers (Class 1-5) and Paper 2 for upper primary teachers (Class 6-8). Each paper is 2 hours and 30 minutes long, containing 150 questions worth one mark each. A negative marking of 0.25 points applies for incorrect answers.

Importance of KARTET 2024

The KARTET 2024 answer key release is a significant event for aspiring teachers, allowing them to assess their performance and challenge any discrepancies, promoting transparency and fairness in the examination process. This exam is a mandatory qualification for teacher recruitment in Karnataka’s government schools, ensuring quality standards in the teaching profession.

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KARTET 2024 Dates

Event Date
Exam Date June 30, 2024
Answer Key Release Date July 9, 2024
Objection Filing Deadline July 13, 2024, 5:30 p.m.

KARTET 2024 Exam Criteria

Criteria Details
Qualifying Marks 60% for General, 55% for OBC, SC, ST
Paper 1 Timing 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon
Paper 2 Timing 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Number of Questions 150 per paper
Negative Marking 0.25 points per incorrect answer
Minimum Age Requirement 18 years
Maximum Age Limit None

KARTET 2024 Eligibility Requirements

  • Elementary teacher (Class 1-5): Pass certificate from class 12 with a minimum of 50% marks, and a two-year diploma in Elementary Education or a Bachelor of Elementary Education.
  • Upper primary teacher (Classes 6-8): Bachelor’s degree with at least 50% marks and completion of a one-year Bachelor of Education or a two-year Diploma in Elementary Education.
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Steps to Download KARTET 2024 Answer Key:

  1. Please access the official website of the Department of School Education Karnataka by visiting sts.karnataka.gov.in.
  2. Once on the homepage, kindly select the link for the Karnataka Teachers Eligibility Test – 2024 answer key.
  3. The answer key will be displayed on the screen in PDF format.
  4. Proceed to download the answer key and store it on your computer for future reference.

Following the resolution of objections, the final answer keys will be released, leading to the announcement of results. This marks a crucial stage in the teacher recruitment process in Karnataka.

The release of the KARTET 2024 answer key is a significant milestone for aspiring teachers, allowing them to review their performance and file objections if necessary. Candidates are urged to download the KARTET 2024 answer key from the official website and submit objections before the deadline.

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