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    Qualifying Marks for KTET (Kerala TET) www.keralapareekshabhavan.in

    KTET Qualifying Marks:

    All Kerala applicants who are going to appear the Kerala TET test they are need to score at least 60% marks. Eligible candidates who will score more than 60% will be declared as pass in KTET exam.

    All candidates who comes in the category of SC / ST / OBC etc. are need to score at least 55% marks to clear the exam. The state government will avail this concession for these categories. After this candidates will choose the level according to their eligibility and qualification to become a teacher in Private and Government schools.

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    How many mark need muslim obc

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    Kerala Edu Dept
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    Hello Guest User! Students will have to score 60% marks to passing the KTET 2014 in Kerala as it is already mentioned above. This score has been set for the general category students (who are not covered under any of the reservation quota by the social welfare department of Kerala).

    The reserved category students of SC (Scheduled Caste) / ST (Scheduled Tribes) and HP (Physically Handicap) can get 5% relaxation in their passing qualifying marks. In the other end as per the rules and regulation by the Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan Government of Kerala the Other Backward Class (OBC) students has provided relaxation of 3% in the qualifying score. As per the Social Welfare Department Act for reservation Muslim community is covered under the other backward class (OBC). For passing the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) 2014 students have to score 82 marks.

    SC, ST and PH Category Passing Score = 55%
    Other Backward Class (OBC) Category = 57%

    The students having above mentioned score in KTET - I, II, III and IV will be consider as the "KTET Passed" or KTET Qualified" as per the rules and regulation of SSLC EXAMINATION GOVERNMENT OF KERALA PAREEKSHA BHAVAN. For more details you can contact to the official departmental person.

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    Santhosh N
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    Hi,

    I have appeared for Category II of KTET 2014. The paper was split into three parts (Part 1 - Child Development and Pedagogy,Mathematics : Part 2 -
    Language I Malayalam : Part 3 - Language II English).I belong to OBC.Do i need to score 57% in each part (ie Part 1,Part 2 and Part3) separately,or combined 60% is enough to qualify. Reply would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards
    Santhosh

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    how many marks need OBC students to pass ktet? is it85

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    how many marks need OBC (ezhava) to pass ktet ? 85?

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    Can some one please tell if cut off is applicable for each part or overall ???

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    Can some one please tell if cut off is applicable for each part or overall ???

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    Hi,

    I have appeared for Category II of KTET 2014. The paper was split into three parts (Part 1 - Child Development and Pedagogy,Mathematics : Part 2 -
    Language I Malayalam : Part 3 - Language II English).I belong to OBC.Do i need to score 57% in each part (ie Part 1,Part 2 and Part3) separately,or combined 60% is enough to qualify. Reply would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards
    Santhosh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi,

    I have appeared for Category II of KTET 2014. The paper was split into three parts (Part 1 - Child Development and Pedagogy,Mathematics : Part 2 -
    Language I Malayalam : Part 3 - Language II English). I belong to OBC. Do i need to score 57% in each part (ie Part 1,Part 2 and Part3) separately,or combined 60% is enough to qualify. Reply would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards
    Santhosh

    Dear Santosh,

    You belongs to OBC so 57% marks are enough for passing KTET other information's are following: Applicants who scores 60% or more in the K-TET examination will be considered ‘KTET passed’ or ‘K-TET qualified’. So this is for all categories, even there are some relaxations for SC ST Or OBC candidates

    How much the Relaxation marks for of qualifying to apply for Kerala-TET

    Relaxation of 5% in qualifying marks is admissible for candidates belonging to SC/ST and Differently abled categories. (as per the norms or as desired by the Govt.
    of Kerala) and relaxation of 3% in qualifying marks is admissible for OBC & OEC .
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