The state of Karnataka in India has institutions like the Indian Institute of Science IISc, Indian Institute of Technology, Dharwad IIT, Indian Institute of Management IIM, the National Institute of Technology Karnataka NITK, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Dharwad IIIT, Visvesvaraya Technological University VTU and the National Law School of India University. In addition, a Visvesvaraya Institute of Advanced Technology (VIAT) is being constructed in Muddenahalli. As per the 2011 census, Karnataka has a literacy rate of 75.36% with 82.47% of males and 68.08% of females being literate.
Sarkari Job Contents
- 1 Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) – 2020
- 2 Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020
- 3 Important Links related to this Sarkari Naukri
- 4 Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job
- 5 Primary and secondary education
- 6 Pre-university education
- 7 International schools and certification boards
Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) – 2020
Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020
School Education Dept, Karnataka has announced notification for the recruitment of Karnataka Teachers Eligibility Test (KARTET) for hiring Teacher vacancies. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.
Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020
|Sr.||Post Name||No.of Posts||Qualification||Age Limit|
|1||Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) 2019||–||B.A.Ed/ B.Sc.Ed||upto yrs|
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Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job
|Date of Advertisement||25-Jan-2020|
|Date for Downloading Admission Card||07-03-2020|
|Date of Examination (Paper I & II)||11-04-2020 (Postponed)|
Primary and secondary education
As of March 2006, Karnataka had 54,529 primary schools with 252,875 teachers and 8.495 million students. Likewise, there are 9,499 secondary schools with 92,287 teachers with 1.384 million students.
There are three kinds of schools in Karnataka: government (run by the government), aided (financial aid is provided by the government), and unaided private (no financial aid is provided). In majority of these schools, the medium of instruction is either English or Kannada. The syllabus taught in the schools is that of CBSE, ICSE, NIOS, or the state syllabus (defined by the Department of Public Instruction of the Government of Karnataka). The curriculum includes subjects like science, social studies and mathematics apart from language-related subjects. To maximize attendance, the Karnataka Government has launched a midday meal scheme in government and aided schools in which free lunch is provided to the students.
Students who have passed the SSLC have to pursue a two-year pre-university course (PUC) or a three-year diploma course before they are granted admission to a degree (baccalaureate) college. In the pre-university course, the student has to choose one among the three streams of Arts, Commerce, and Science depending on the kind of degree the student wants to pursue later. The Arts stream includes subjects like History, Sociology and Political Science; the Commerce stream includes subjects like Accountancy, Economics and Business Mathematics; and the Science stream includes subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Electronics and computer science.
International schools and certification boards
Bengaluru is a city that caters to the needs of prospective parents seeking international education for their children. Bengaluru has evolved into a global education hub due to its cosmopolitan residents. Most of the international schools follow IB (international baccalaureate, Geneva) or Cambridge (Cambridge International Examinations, Britain) curricula. (The ICSE and CBSE are the curricula followed by most of the Indian schools in Karnataka.)
These international schools focus more on holistic education and inquiry-based learning for their students than just focusing on rote learning.