CTET Exam Centres 2020 - Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the application form of CTET 2020 on January 24. CTET 2020 notification was released on Jan 23 according to which CBSE has allotted 112 cities as the exam centres of CTET 2020 where the exam will be conducted on July 05 in offline mode. While filling up the application form candidates will have to select three CTET exam centres 2020 according to their choice. CTET 2020 exam centres are the venues where the exam will be conducted. The exam conducting body will allot the exam centres of CTET 2020 as per the choices of candidates in their application form. However, CBSE also holds the right to change, allot or cancel any of the CTET exam centres 2020 selected by the candidates. CTET 2020 will be conducted to determine the eligibility of candidates as Teachers for class 1 to 8, the exam will be conducted in offline mode. CTET exam will be conducted for two papers - paper I (class I to V) and paper II (Class VI to VIII). Check out complete details about CTET 2020 Exam Centres in the article below.Latest: CTET application form 2020 released on January 24. CTET application fee is increased from Rs. 750 to Rs. 1000. The exam will be conducted across 112 exam centres for the July session.
CBSE released CTET 2020 Notification PDF for July Session on January 23.
CTET Exam Centres 2020 - Highlights
In CTET 2019 (December session) a total of 28,32,120 candidates registered. (Paper 1 - 16,46,620 + Paper 2 - 9,91,755)
A total of 24,05,145 candidates appeared in CTET 2019 December seassion, (Paper 1 - 14,13,390+ Paper 2 -9,91,755)
A total of 5,42,285 candidates qualified (Paper 1 - 2,47,386 + Paper 2 - 2,94,899).
Qualified candidates Female - 3,12,558 and Male - 2,29,718.
The exam was conducted in 110 cities.
CTET 2020 (July Session)
CTET 2020 (December Session)
Application form released
January 24, 2020 (Released)
August 19, 2020 (tentative)
Admit card release
June 2020 (tentative)
November 2020 (tentative)
July 05, 2020 (Sunday)
December 08, 2020 (tentative)
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
In the following table, we have shared the states and cities where the CTET 2020 exam will be conducted. The exact venue and address of the CTET July exam centres 2020 will be mentioned in the admit card of the candidate.
Name of State/UT
Name of City
Name of Stae/UT
Andaman & Nicobar
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman & Diu
Jammu & Kashmir
152 - Bhopal
153 - Indore
154 - Jabalpur
Candidates are advised to reach the exam centre for CTET 2020 at least 90 minutes before the reporting time.
Candidates must carry the admit card of CTET 2020 along with a valid photo ID - Voter ID, Passport, Aadhaar Card, Passport etc to the exam centre allotted to them.
Candidates must also carry one blue/black ballpoint pen to fill the OMR Sheet in the exam hall.
Candidates will not be allowed to leave the exam hall before the exam is concluded. Even if the candidate has completed their test.
Candidates must not get involved in any unfair means, if they are found so then their candidature will be cancelled and they will be debarred from the exam.
After appearing in the exam candidates can check the CTET answer key and result as per CTET exam dates.
CTET exam 2020 will be conducted for two papers - paper I and II. Candidates must go through the complete exam pattern of CTET 2020 and revise complete CTET syllabus in brief to optimize the maximum benefits of their preparation. The CTET 2020 exam pattern will help candidates to know the various sections from where the questions paper will be based. The exam pattern also helps candidates to know the duration of the exam, the number of questions asked and the marking scheme etc.
CBSE will issue the admit card of CTET admit card 2020 for July session on June 22 (tentatively). Candidates will need to download their admit card by using the registration number and date of birth. The admit card of CTET 2020 will contain candidate's information like - Name, Roll Number, Date of Birth, Exam Time, and Address of the Exam Center. Candidates must carry the admit card along with a valid photo ID to the exam centre.
CTET exam is conducted in offline mode for two papers. Paper 1 determines candidates eligibility as a teacher for class 1 to 5 while Paper 2 determines the eligibility from classes 6 to 8. The number of candidates appearing for CTET is in lacs so candidates have tough competition and they need to have a great preparation strategy to qualify the exam.
There are various ways in which candidates can prepare for CTET, some of them are mentioned below:
No, change of CTET exam centres will not be entertained after the final submission of the online application form.
Candidates are required to select the CTET exam centre at the time of filling the CTET 2020 application form.
Yes, it is important to carry one photo ID along with CTET admit card. You will not be allowed to enter the examination hall if you don’t carry it.
CTET will be conducted on July 5, 2020 and December 2020.
CTET exam 2019 was conducted across 2296 exam centres in 97 cities in India. Exam centre of CTET 2020 has been changed to 112 cities.
What are the CTET exam centre name in the state of Uttar Pradesh?
There is no cutoff in CTET although there is a qualifying cut off of CTET which is 55% for SC/ST candidates and 60% for General/OBC candidates. Candidates who secure the qualifying cutoff will qualify CTET.
CBSE declares the CTET result after the exam is conducted. Generally, it takes 30-40 days to declare but in December 2019 session, CTET declared the result in a record time of 19 days.
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There are two criteria under which a CTET certificate is valid:
P.S. : There is no restriction on a number of attempts and also
qualified person can appear to the exam for improving his/her score.
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Once the application form is submitted, no further changes are permissible unless authorized by the exam conducting authority i.e. CBSE. For complete clarification, candidates can refer to the Information Bulletin which will be released by CBSE January 24, 2020. This Information Bulletin will contain all the details of examination, languages, syllabus, eligibility criteria, important dates, examination fee and examination cities etc. Candidates can fill the
application form of CTET 2020
from January 24, 2020.
Hello, if the amount is deducted from your account and confirmation page is not generated the you should contact the exam conducting authorities. However, if the amount is not deducted from your account then candidates can login again to pay fee of
CTET application form 2020
CBSE provides correction window for
CTET Application Form
on its official website. Candidates are allowed to make corrections in some particular details like name, father and mother name, date of birth, category, differently abled category, Paper opted (i.e. Paper I or CTET - DECEMBER-2019 4 Paper II), Subject for Paper II, First choice of Centre, language I and/or II opted, Address of correspondence and the name of the Institution/College/University from where he/she has obtained his/her B.Ed Degree/Diploma in Elementary Education etc. Candidates also need to pay online correction fee in online mode. After this conducting authorities will release
CTET admit card
for all candidates who successfully filled the application form.
In case you have forgotten your registration number, you can retrieve your registration ID by clicking on the “Forgot Registration Number” link and entering the particulars like father’s name, mother’s name and date of birth. Click on
CTET Application Form
to know more about recovering CTET Application Number, password, registration number etc.
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