Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test 2017 Result has been declared at www.bpekerala.in along with the district wise list of qualified candidates. There has been sufficient time the exam got conducted.
Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan which is the organizer of this state level written test has announced the final keys which are now available at the dedicated portals. In Nov 2016, category wise test was conducted for category -I, II, III, IV and specialist teachers.
Notification for K-TET 2016 was advertised in September month and there was no upper age limit for getting enrolled in this exam. The Test was conducted on two dates for these four categories on 5th November 2016 and 19th November 2016.
Exam Scheme: Total 150 questions for one mark each was asked in this 150 Minutes long test which was conducted in morning & evening shifts. Negative marking is not an issue with Kerala TET.
Cutoff: Aspirants getting at least 60% marks will be getting K-TET qualification certificate that will be valid for next 5 years from the date of result announcement.
There is relaxation in eligibility marks for candidates belonging to particular categories. Aspirants who come from reserved categories such as SC/ST and PH, avails relaxation of 5% in total marks i.e they need to score 55% marks to get the TET certificate.
The Certificates of K-TET Qualification will be dispatched to eligible candidates within two months of result declaration.
You can check official Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan websites – www.keralapareekshabhavan.in and www.bpekerala.in to get latest updates regarding this TET examination.
Kerala TET Result Nov 2016 has been announced in January ending. Candidates need to select the category, entering roll number & birth date to check the K-TET Results after the announcement.
The Data about Last Year’s Poor Kerala TET Result
List of KTET qualified candidates shall also be issued online. If you want to check the list then visit the official site and select your district to watch the districts wise list of qualifiers.
Last Year, Only 11.85% candidates could clear the test. Merely 20,278 candidates participated in this test and only 2,404 got the qualifying marks.
During a press conference, Kerala Education Minister ‘P K Abdu Rabb’ gave these shocking digits. According to the data, only four candidates were able to secure more than 80% marks.
After seeing the total candidates who approached for this test, we can say that it’s not a popular exam for graduates in Kerala state. In other states usually, 3-4 lac candidates take TET every year.