The Kerala TET answer key 2023 has been released by the Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan on its web portal, keralapareekshabhavan.in. The KTET Anwer key 2023 has been released for the category I, II, III and category IV Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET).
Candidates who had appeared in the Kerala TET exam can check the answer key through the website, keralapareekshabhavan.in. KTET was conducted on the below said dates. The category I exam is for recruitment for a teacher of Classes 1 to 5 and the category II exam is for recruitment for teachers of Classes 6 to 7. The Category III KTET exam is to teach Classes 8 to 10. Candidates who clear the Kerala TET exam can become a teacher of government colleges.
Candidates can raise their objections after checking the provisional answer key by September 23 till 5pm and will have to provide proper justification to substantiate their claims. Candidates should download format for complaints regarding provisional key published on the official website of Pareeksha Bhavan.
|Name of the hall ticket||Kerala TET Answer Key 2023|
|Title||Download KTET Answer Key 2023|
|Subject||KPB has released KTET Answer Key 2023|
|Exam Date||December 3 and December 4, 2022|
The provisional answer key for the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) 2023 February session has been released by Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan. Those who took the exam can access the answer keys for category 1 and category 2 on the official website – ktet.kerala.gov.in. This year, the KTET was held on May 4 and 5. The KTET 2023 provisional answer key for category 3 and 4 papers will be released soon.
Candidates are recommended to download the KTET answer key PDF now and thoroughly review the answers. If anyone believes an answer to be incorrect, he or she can object to it. Objections can be raised till May 19, up to 5 pm. They can also use the answer key to calculate their probable scores. To download the answer key, students will need their application number as per their hall tickets.
How to check Kerala TET answer key?
The provisional answer key for the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) 2023 has been released by Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan. Those who took the exam can access the answer keys for category 1 and category 2 on the official website, ktet.kerala.gov.in.
Candidates are recommended to download the KTET answer key PDF now and thoroughly review the answers.
- Visit the keralapareekshabhavan.in Website
Candidates need to visit the official website, keralapareekshabhavan.in in your device web browser.
- Click on ‘click here to view’
On the homepage, click on ‘click here to view’ next to ‘Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test February 2023’.
- Click on Category
Click on the category depending upon the exam you appeared for.
- download Answer Key
After clicking on that link, a PDF will open and you can check the Kerala TET answer key here. Check and take a print-out for future reference.
How to raise Kerala TET answer key objections
Candidates should properly check the KTET answer key and raise any answer key objections within stipulated time. The form to raise objections is also available on the official website. Candidates will have to download the same and submit it at the office.
If anyone believes an answer to be incorrect, he or she can object to it. Objections can be raised till the deadline up to 5 pm. They can also use the answer key to calculate their probable scores. To download the answer key, students will need their application number as per their hall tickets.
- After downloading the answer key, go to the objection link
- Select the question number against which you want to raise objection.
- Attach required documents, pay fees, submit.
- Save and download the filled form for further use.
Candidates can use the answer key to use answer key to calculate the probable scores. Each paper has 150 marks. For each correct answer as per the key, candidates can award themselves one mark and count the total number in the end. There is no negative marking.
Candidates may note that the KTET result and final answer keys will be published after examining the objections raised by the candidates against the provisional answer keys.