KTET Recruitment – The details at a glimpse

206

Kerala Teachers Eligibility Test is shortly called as KTET.

The Kerala Government started to conduct Kerala TET in the year of 2012. It was decided to ensure the quality recruitment of teachers through KTET recruitment. The person who is recruited as a teacher should possess all the essential aptitude, ability to meet out the teaching challenges at all levels of schooling.

KTET Recruitment is conducted to assess the eligibility of candidates who apply for teachers post for Lower Primary, Upper Primary and High School Classes in the state of Kerala. Separate tests will be conducted to recruit teachers for Category I (Lower Primary classes), Category II (Upper Primary classes) and Category III (High School classes).

The KTET Recruitment is conducted by Pareeksha Bhavan, Kerala. The examination prospectus is available on the official website of Pareeksha Bhavan. Candidates are advised to go through the prospectus before applying for the post. Qualification and other details are elaborately given in the prospectus.

The KTET exams were held on 28th December and 30th December 2017. The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan finally released the KTET Answer Key. Totally 58 corrections were made in the KTET corrected Answer Key. The tentative answer key was released on 6th January 2018 by the Kerala education department.

Four categories namely Category 1 for Lower Primary Classes, Category 2 for Upper Primary Classes, Category 3 for High School Classes and Category 4 for Language Teachers were conducted as four papers in KTET 2017.

Category 3 exam, Sanskrit paper had many corrections in which 1st question was canceled and 15 answers had been changed. Totally, 27 corrections were made in Category 3 exam.

Totally 9 questions had been canceled and 9 answers had been changed to Category 4.

All four category papers in Kerala TET 2017 carried 150 marks. 60% for General category candidates was the minimum qualifying mark whereas 55% for SC, ST, OBC, was the minimum qualifying marks. For visually impaired, and physically challenged candidates 50% was the cutoff mark.

The General Education Department Kerala Government conducted KTET in August 2017. The same month is expected in 2018 for KTET Recruitment.

KTET I Exam pattern 2018:

KTET 1 aspirants have to attempt only one paper. The total hour of examination is two and a half where the candidates shall attend 150 questions. MCQ type of questions will be asked in the KTET 1 Exam paper.

KTET II Exam pattern 2018:

KTET 2 aspirants have to attempt only one paper. The total hour of examination is two and a half where the candidates shall attend 150 questions. MCQ type of questions will be asked in the KTET 2 Exam paper.

KTET III Exam pattern 2018:

KTET 3 aspirants have to attempt only one paper. The total hour of examination is two and a half where the candidates shall attend 150 questions. MCQ type of questions will be asked in the KTET 3 Exam paper.

KTET IV Exam pattern 2018:

KTET 4 aspirants have to attempt only one paper. The total hour of examination is two and a half where the candidates shall attend 150 questions. MCQ type of questions will be asked in the KTET 4 Exam paper.