December 4, 2020 5:01 am

: Teacher Eligibility Test results declared at bpekerala.in

Pareeksha Bhavan has declared the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test 2017. The examination was held in August this year.

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: Pareeksha Bhavan has declared the Teacher Eligibility Test 2017. The examination was held in August this year. K-TET is an examination to assess the quality of teacher candidates for Lower Primary, Upper Primary and High School Classes in Kerala.These examination are conducted by Pareeksha Bhavan, Kerala. Now, all the candidates who appeared in this examinaton can go to the official website of the board to check their results.

Pareeksha Bhavan, Keral in July have issued the notificaton for KTET 2017 exam which was conducted from August 12 to August 19 across the state. Qualifying in the Teacher Eligibility Test is mandatory to be recruiteded as teachers. A person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher in any of the schools approved by the Department of General , Government of Kerala has to qualify the ‘Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test’ (K TET).

After qualifying ‘KTET’, the candidates will acquire the eligibility of having qualified ‘K-TET’. However, such KTET qualified candidates will need to satisfy all eligibility requirements as per State Recruitment Rules to become qualified for getting recruited as teachers in the respective categories in any of the schools specified under clause 3 (iii) as per the qualifying conditions laid down by prospective employers, said government earlier.

A candidate who scores 60% or more in the K-TET examination is considered ‘KTET passed’ or ‘KTET qualified’. This is the qualifying marks for all categories. There is no negative marks for the test.

Steps to check KTET 2017 Results

  • Go to official website –bpekerala.in
  • Click on the link that says KTET 2017
  • Now click on the results link
  • It will take you to the result page, now enter your category, roll number and date of birth and submit the form
  • Your results will be displayed on the screen
  • Save it or a get a print for future reference.

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