KTET Hall Ticket 2023 Kerala TET March Exam at ktet.kerala.gov.in

Kerala TET Hall Ticket for March Examination 2023 – Download KTET Admit Card at ktet.kerala.gov.in with the direct link.

Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan will release the admit card for KTET at ktet.kerala.gov.in by the end of April Month. It is one of the most popular exams in Kerala state and is conducted twice a year. The exam will be conducted on 12 and 15 May.

The List of centre-wise candidates can be downloaded by logging in at the official site. K-TET 2022 Hall Ticket is available officially on the ktet.kerala.gov.in website. The KTET Hall Ticket can be downloaded by the aspirants who are marked eligible by the exam conducting body.

Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan issued a Kerala TET notification in Feb month which was exclusively covered by our team. The online registration ended on 17 April. Now, aspirants are going through the preparations as merely a month is left for the exam conduction.

Download Kerala TET Hall Ticket 2023 – KTET Admit Card Link

ktet.kerala.gov.in admit card download

KTET Hall Ticket 2021 Important Dates
Release of admit card 05 May 2023
Category I exam date 12 May 2023 – 10 AM to 12:30 PM
Category II exam date 12 May 2023 – 01.30 PM to 04.00 PM
Category III exam date 15 May 2023 – 10 AM to 12:30 PM
Category IV exam date 15 May 2023 – 01.30 PM to 4.00 PM

Download Kerala TET Hall Ticket at this pagektet.kerala.gov.in

Candidates need to provide their Application ID, and Application Number and select the “Category” they had applied for, in order to download Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (K-TET) 2023 hall ticket online.

The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan has been organizing the Teacher Eligibility Test for candidates who want to make their career in the teaching field. The department will be going to arrange the Teacher Eligibility Test on 12 and 15 May in two shifts a day.

The Kerala TET has been divided into four categories as per qualification:

  • Category 1: Lower Primary classes.
  • Category 2: Upper Primary classes.
  • Category 3: High School classes.
  • Category 4: Language Teachers – Arabic, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Specialist Teachers, and Physical Education teachers.

There is no negative marking in KTET Examination. Candidates who score at least 60% marks in this examination will be crowned with a K-TET certificate that will be valid for their lifetime.

Candidates belonging to reserved categories such as SC/ST and, differently-abled candidates get the concession of 5% in pass marks i.e they need to score just 55% marks to get the certificate.

Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan has recommended the use of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox Web Browsers while downloading the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (K-TET) 2023 Admit card. Aspirants should be present at the examination centre at least 30 minutes before the examination.

Selection Process & KTET Exam Pattern 2023

The KTET Examination consists of multiple-choice questions for one mark for each question. There will be 150 questions in the examination, and there shall be no negative marking for this exam. The test will be conducted in the morning and evening shift.

The paper for KTET I, II & IV (except languages) will be in both Malayalam and English. But the KTET three will be taken in English (except the languages section).

Syllabus for KTET-I
Subjects MCQs Marks
 Child Development & Pedagogy (age group 6-11)  30  30
 Mathematics  30  30
 Environmental Studies  30  30
 Language-I  30  30
 Language-II  30  30
 Total  150  150
KTET-II Pattern
Subjects MCQs Marks
 Child Development & Pedagogy (age group 11-14)  30  30
 Mathematics/ Science/ Social Science  60  60
 Language-I 30 30
Language-II  30  30
 Total  150   150
Subjects MCQs Marks
Adolescent Psychology, Theories of Learning & Teaching Aptitude  40  40
Language: Malayalam/ English/ Tamil/ Kannada  30  30
Subject-Specific Paper (Content & Pedagogy)  80  80
Total  150  150
KTET-IV Syllabus
Subjects MCQs Marks
Child Development & Pedagogy & Teacher Aptitude  30  30
Language: Malayalam/ English/ Tamil/ Kannada  40  40
Subject-Specific Paper (Content & Pedagogy)  80  80
Total  150  150

The candidates who score a minimum of 60% will be considered as K-TET qualified candidates. The candidates who will qualify in this test will be awarded a certificate by the Secretary of Pareeksha Bhavan.

Model KTET Question Papers – Category I, Category II, Category III,
Category IV
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