What is the test for teacher recruitment? How many question papers are there? What are the criteria for selection?
The Karnataka Public Education Department is filling a huge job recruitment of 15000 graduate primary school teachers. An official notification is being issued on March 21 for these posts. Here is how competitive testing is in the selection process, how this test model works, and what criteria are considered for selection..
GPSTR testing model
Competitive examination for Karnataka Graduate Primary School Teachers Recruitment of 400 marks. There are a total of 3 question papers. No minimum marks have been set for eligibility in the first paper. Eligibility for the second paper is to score at least .45%. The third paper is a language paper which requires a minimum of 50% marks.
|Paper no||Paper Name||Maximum score||Eligibility Profile|
|Paper-1||General knowledge (multiple choice model) is mandatory for all subject positions||150||There is no minimum scoring. But marks will be considered for merit.|
|Paper-2||Content Ability (Specific Content Journal)||150||In order to qualify for the exam, a minimum of 45% must be scored. Is considered for merit.|
|Paper-3||Language Ability Test (Descriptive Model Questions) This is a language proficiency test for the respective subject teaching medium.||100||To be eligible for selection, you must score at least 50 points. Will be considered for merit. (Except for English language candidates.)|
The marks will be considered as criteria for selection of candidates after competitive examination.
- Percentage of Competitive Examination.50 points
- 20% of the result of Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET, TET)
- 20 per cent of degree
- 10% of teachers’ education
In the above model, they are shortlisted based on merit by combining their education and test scores.