KARTET Result 2017: Centralised Admission Cell (CAC) will declare the result for KARTET 2017 written exam. The KARTET result 2017 will be announced online on the website of CAC. All the candidates who will appear for the KARTET 2017 exam will be able to check their result from the link given on this page as and when it will be declared. All the test takers will be required to obtain the minimum qualifying scores to be declared qualified in KARTET 2017 result. The KARTET result will consist of candidate’s qualification status, marks obtained in each section and the total marks secured in the exam. The result of KARTET 2017 exam will be declared online and CAC will not send the qualification status of any candidates personally by post or email.
The scorecard of KARTET 2017 will be released a few days after the result declaration. All the candidates who will qualify the examination will be issued a TET eligibility certificate which will be valid till 7 years from the date of issue. Candidates from general category will have to score minimum 60% marks whereas candidates of SC/ST/OBC/SEBC/PH will have to score a minimum of 55% marks to be declared KARTET qualified. The entrants who qualify the written exam of Karnataka TET 2017 will be eligible to apply for appointment at the post of teacher in schools/institutions managed by the State Government / local bodies and aided schools. Read on the complete article for more details of KARTET result 2017.
KARTET Result 2017 Important Dates
|KARTET result events||Dates|
|KARTET 2017 exam date||To be notified|
|Dates for release KARTET answer key||To be notified|
|KARTET result declaration date||To be notified|
KARTET Result 2017 – Minimum qualifying marks
Aspirants of Karnataka TET 2017 exam should be aware of the minimum qualifying marks required to be secured by them to qualify in the examination. The minimum qualifying marks will be decided by CAC for the candidates of each category. According to last years notification, KARTET 2017 candidates from general category will have to score minimum 60% marks and SC/PH/ST/SEBC /OBC candidates will have to obtain at least 55% marks to be eligible for further selection.
Procedure to check KARTET Result 2017
The result of KARTET 2017 will be declared online by CAC and the link to check the result will be provided on this page as well. Candidates can check the procedure to check their KARTET result 2017 as explained below.
Step 1- Candidates can click on the link that will be made available on this page.
Step 2- Candidates. Upon clicking on the link will be redirected to login page of KARTET 2017 result.
Step 3 – In the login panel, candidates will have to enter their registration number correctly.
Step 4 – After the candidates provide all the details correctly, click on submit button and check the marks secured in the exam.
Step 5- KARTET result 2017 will be displayed on the candidate’s screen.
Step 6 – Candidates will have to download their scorecard and take a print out of the same.
KARTET Result 2017 – Inclusions
The KARTET 2017 result will consist of all the following details of qualified candidates.
- Registration/roll number
- Candidate’s Name
- Examinees Parents Name
- Paper Attempted
- Sectional Marks
- Overall KARTET 2017 score
KARTET Result 2017 – Merit List
- All the examinees who will give the exam will have to secure at least 60% i.e. 90 marks out of 150 to qualify in the exam.
- Relaxation to candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories will be offered by the management of institutions owned and managed by the state Government /local and aided bodies according to their reservation policies.
- Qualifying KARTET will not confer the right of appointment to any candidate as it is one of the eligibility criteria for appointment.
KARTET Eligibility Certificate 2017
All the candidates who will appear for KARTET 2017 will be issued their marks statement by CAC and the candidates who secure the required marks will be issued the TET eligibility certificate.
Importance and Validity of KARTET 2017 Certificates
CAC will issue TET eligibility certificates to all the candidates who qualify the written exam of KARTET 2017. The certificate will be valid for a period of 7 from the date of issue. Teaching Aspirants have no restrictions on the number of attempts to appear for the KARTET exam. If a candidate has been declared qualified, he/she can appear again to improve his/her score.
Re-issuance of duplicate KARTET certificates
If any qualified candidate has lost his/her TET eligibility certificate, they can get a duplicate copy of their KARTET result/ marks statement. Candidates who want their certificate to be issued in duplicate will have to pay requisite amount through demand draft in favour of Special Officer, CAC Bangalore, drawn on any nationalized banks, payable at Bangalore. Check the amount payable from the table below.
|Time for issue of Duplicate documents||Amount|
|Normal course (within 2 weeks)||Rs.500/-|
|Within Five working days||Rs.1000/|