CTET Exam Centres 2020
Updated on Jan 24, 2020 - 1:01 p.m. IST by Vikrant.shukla
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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

  • Candidates are required to select any 3 exam centres of CTET 2020 while filling the CTET application form.
  • The choice of the CTET exam centres chosen by the candidates must be arranged in order of preference.
  • Once the candidate makes their preference, they will not be able to change it.
  • Candidates must note that one exam city may have multiple exam centres.
  • CBSE reserves the right to change or allot any other CTET 2020 exam centres than the one chosen by the candidate.
  • The exact address of the CTET exam centres 2020 will be mentioned on the CTET admit card 2020.

CTET - Previous Year Facts

  • 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 Exam Dates 2020

Events

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)

Exam date

July 05, 2020 (Sunday)

December 08, 2020 (tentative)

CTET 2020 - Exam Timings

CTET Paper

Timings

Paper 1

9:30 am to 12:00 pm

Paper 2

2:00 pm to 4:30 pm

CTET 2020 Exam Centres

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.

CTET Exam Centres 2020

Name of State/UT

City Code

Name of City

Name of Stae/UT

City Code

Name of City

Andaman & Nicobar

101

Port Blair

Maharashtra

155

Aurangabad

Andhra Pradesh

102

Vijayawada


156

Mumbai

103

Vishakhapatnam

157

Nagpur

Arunachal Pradesh104Itanagar158Nashik

Assam

105

Dibrugarh

159

Pune

106

Guwahati

Manipur

160

Imphal

107

Jorhat

Meghalaya

160

Shillong

108

Silchar

Mizoram

161

Aizawl

109

Tezpur

Nagaland

162

Kohima

Bihar

110

Bhagalpur

Odisha

163

Bhubaneshwar

111

Bhojpur (Ara)

164

Sambalpur

112

Darbhanga

Puducherry

165

Puducherry

113

Gaya

Punjab

167

Amritsar

114

Madhubani

168

Bhatinda

115Muzaffarpur

116

Nalanda

169

Ferozepur

117

Patna

170



Jalandhar



118Samastipur

119

Vaishali (Hajipur)

Chandigrah

120

Chandigarh

Rajasthan

171

Ajmer

Chhattisgarh

121

Raipur

172

Alwar

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

122

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

173

Bikaner

Daman & Diu

123

Daman

174

Jaipur

Delhi

124

Delhi Central

175

Jodhpur

125

Delhi East

176

Kota

126

Delhi North

177

Udaipur

127

Delhi South

Sikkim

178

Gangtok

128

Delhi West

Tamil Nadu

179

Chennai

Goa

129

Panaji

180

Coimbatore

Gujarat

130

Ahemedabad

181

Madurai

131

Surat

182

Tiruchirapalli

132

Vadodara

Telangana

183

Hyderabad

Haryana

133

Ambala

Tripura

184

Agartala

134

Faridabad

Uttarakhand

185

Dehradun

135

Gurugram

186

Haldwani

136

Karnal

187

Roorkee

137

Kurukshetra

188

Srinagar Garhwal



Himachal Pradesh



138



Hamirpur


189Agra

Uttar Pradesh

190

Aligarh

139

Kangra

191

Ayodhya

(Faizabad)

140

Shimla

192

Bareilly

193Etawah

Jammu & Kashmir

141

Jammu

194

Ghaziabad

142

Srinagar

195

Gorakhpur

Jharkhand

143

Bokaro

196

Jaunpur

144

Dhanbad

197

Jhansi

145

Ranchi

198

Kanpur

Karnataka

146

Bengaluru

199

Lucknow

147

Manglore

200

Mathura

Kerala

148

Ernakulam

201

Mau

149

Kozhikode

202

Meerut

150

Thiruvananthapuram

203

Mirzapur

Lakshadweep

151

Kavarati

204

Moradabad

Madhya Pradesh

152 - Bhopal

205

Noida

153 - Indore

206

Prayagraj (Allahabad)

154 - Jabalpur

207

Raebareli

208

Saharanpur

209Sultanpur

210

Varanasi

West Bengal



211

Durgapur

212

Kolkata

CTET 2020 - Exam Day Guidelines

  • 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 2020 Exam Pattern

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.

CTET 2020 Admit Card

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.

How to prepare for CTET?

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:

  • Understand the complete syllabus and the exam pattern of CTET
  • Get yourself acquainted with the best books for CTET
  • Follow a strict study schedule
  • Divide chapters for each day
  • Start with subjects which you are good at
  • Solve previous years question papers and take mock tests

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - CTET Exam Centres 2020

Question: Can I change my CTET exam centre after I submitted my online application form?

Answer:

No, change of CTET exam centres will not be entertained after the final submission of the online application form.

Question: How should I select the CTET Exam Centre 2020?

Answer:

Candidates are required to select the CTET exam centre at the time of filling the CTET 2020 application form.

Question: Is it important to carry the original Photo ID along with the CTET admit card?

Answer:

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.

Question: When will CTET be conducted?

Answer:

CTET will be conducted on July 5, 2020 and  December 2020.

Question: At how many exam centres CTET 2019 was conducted and will the centres change in 2020?

Answer:

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.

Question: What are the CTET exam centre name in the state of Uttar Pradesh?

Answer:

What are the CTET exam centre name in the state of Uttar Pradesh?

Question: When will the cut off of CTET released?

Answer:

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.

Question: When will the CTET result be declared?

Answer:

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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What is the validity period of CTET certificate?

Mayank Raj 23rd Jan, 2020

Dear aspirant,


There are two criteria under which a CTET certificate is valid:

  • Candidates must score a minimum of 60% score.
  • The certificate is utmost valid for seven years from the date of declaration of examination.

P.S. : There is no restriction on a number of attempts and also CTET qualified person can appear to the exam for improving his/her score.

All the best..!!1

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I made a mistake in ctet application form by choosing wrong exam city. How to change?

Shruti Patwal 23rd Jan, 2020

Dear Anchal,

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.


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The fees have been submitted in Bank for CTET, but still showing Fee not received. What to do

MOHIT DHYANI 23rd Jan, 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 .

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How to correct error in my CTET application form?

MOHIT DHYANI 23rd Jan, 2020

Hello

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.

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How can I retrieve my CTET registration no.?

Shruti Patwal 23rd Jan, 2020

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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