Karnataka TET 2022: KARA TET Application Form, Exam Date, Pattern

Karnataka TET 2022: KARA TET is organized by Centralized Admission Cell for the candidates who aim to become a teacher. Through this Test applicants can get the opportunity to teach standard I- VIII in the government/private schools of Karnataka state. Interested, eligible and qualified candidates can apply for Karnataka TET 2022 prior due dates.

Karnataka TET 2022- Important Dates

Events Dates
Online applications form will available from August 2022
Last date for the submission of application form September 2022
Date of entrance exam September 2022
Declaration of result October 2022
Counselling date October 2022

Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be the citizen of India.
  • Candidate must be of 18yrs of age.
  • Acquired 45% in the Intermediate standard or equivalent examination.
  • 5% of relaxation in the percentile is given to the reserved category.
  • In order to appear for Karnataka TET 2022, B.Ed degree is required.

For Primary level (I-V)

  • Passed Intermediate standard with the aggregate of 50% marks.
  • Must have a degree or appearing in 4yrs Bachelor of Elementary Education.
  • Appearing in the final year Diploma in Elementary Education or must have completed B.El.Ed.

For Upper Primary Level (VI-VIII)

  • Must have a graduation degree of B.Sc/BA.
  • Must have completed or appearing 2 years Diploma in Elementary Education
  • Applicants must have completed or appeared in the Bachelor in Education (B.Ed).

Steps to fill Karnataka TET Application Form

  • Visit the official portal via online on i.e. kar.nic.in or kartet.caconline.in
  • Applicants must read the instructions carefully before moving forward to the next step.
  • 1st step is to register yourself by entering the basic information.
  • After successful registration, login Id credentials will be send to you by mail.
  • By using the login credentials, access the application form.
  • Enter the information required in the application form.
  • Upload the scanned images (Photograph & Signature), documents on the specified location.
  • After successful submission, make payment of the application fee.
  • Cross check your form and submit it.
  • Don’t forget to take the print out of the application form.

Application Fee

For General-

  • Paper-I application fee amounts to Rs-500
  • For both the papers its Rs-800/-

For SC/ST-

  • Paper-I, application fee amounts to Rs-250/-
  • For both the papers it’s Rs-400/-

Exam Pattern

  • Total no. of questions- 150
  • Total marks it carries- 150 marks
  • Duration- 1 ½ hrs
Paper Subjects Questions Marks
1 Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30 marks
Language I 30 30 marks
Language II 30 30 marks
Mathematics 30 30 marks
Environmental Studies 30 30 marks

For paper 2

Paper 2 Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30 marks
Language I 30 30 marks
Language II 30 30 marks
Moths or Science (For Maths and Science Teachers) 60 60 marks
Social Science (For Social Science Teacher) 60 60 marks

Karnataka TET 2022 Admit Card

Admit Card will be issued only to the registered candidates. Admit card will be available via online mode prior 15days of the commencement of the examination. Don’t forget to carry the admit card on the examination date.

Admit card contents

  • Name
  • Roll no,
  • Date of Birth
  • Date & timings
  • Venue with the complete address
  • Instructions to be followed during the examination

Note- No electronic devices will be permitted in the examination hall.

Karnataka TET 2022 Result

Result will be disclosed in the month of October, 2022. The authority will take some time to check the answers. Result is the performance of the candidate in the form of score card which will be soon updated in our website when the result will be announced.


Child Development and Pedagogy

  • Child Development (Primary School Child).
  • The Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs.
  • Learning and Pedagogy.

Language-I (Kannada)

  • Language Comprehension.
  • Pedagogy of Language Development.

Language- II (English)

  • Pedagogy of Language Development.


  • Shapes & Spatial Understanding.
  • Solids around Us.
  • Addition and Subtraction.
  • Data Handling.
  • Pedagogical issues.

Environmental Studies

  • Work and Play.
  • Pedagogical Issues.
  • Concept and scope of EVS.
  • Significance of EVS, integrated EVS.
  • Environmental Studies & Environmental Education.
  • Learning Principles.
  • Scope & relation to Science & Social Science.
  • Approaches of presenting concepts.
  • Experimentation/Practical Work.
  • Teaching material/Aids.

KARTET Syllabus Social Studies/ Social Sciences-


  • Early States.
  • New Ideas.
  • When, Where and How.
  • Political Developments.
  • Culture and Science.
  • The Earliest Societies.
  • The First Cities.
  • The First Farmers and Herders.
  • The First Empire.
  • Contacts with Distant lands.
  • New Kings and Kingdoms.
  • Sultans of Delhi.
  • Social Change.
  • Regional Cultures.
  • The Establishment of Company Power.
  • Rural Life and Society.
  • Creation of an Empire.
  • Colonialism and Tribal Societies.
  • The Nationalist Movement.
  • India after Independence.
  • The Revolt of 1857-58.
  • Women and reform.
  • Challenging the Caste System.


  • Geography as a social study and as a science.
  • Planet- Earth in the solar system.
  • Resources- Types- Natural and Human.
  • Environment in its totality- natural and human environment.
  • Human Environment- settlement, transport and communication.

Social and Political Life (Civics)

  • Making a Living.
  • The Constitution.
  • State Government.
  • Local Government.
  • Understanding Media.
  • Unpacking Gender.
  • Social Justice and the Marginalized.
  • Parliamentary Government.
  • The Judiciary.
  • Pedagogical issues.
  • Pedagogical issues
  • Class Room Processes, activities and discourse
  • Projects Work
  • Developing Critical thinking
  • Concept & Nature of Social Science/Social Studies
  • Sources – Primary & Secondary
  • Problems of teaching Social Science/Social Studies
  • Evaluation
  • Enquiry/Empirical Evidence

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