CTET Notification 2019 - Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) 2019 Notification on August 19. Along with the official CTET Notification, CTET Application form was also released for the candidates to fill in the online mode. CTET Notification is the official document which can help in filling the CTET Online form. CTET Notification also stipulates all the official information for the documents required for CTET Application form. It also mention the dimension and size for the Photograph, and signature which needs to be uploaded with the CTET Application form online. CBSE will be conducting the 13th edition of CTET Exam on December 8, 2019. CTET Notification, as released by CBSE, contain all the important information related to the CTET Eligibility, CTET Syllabus, and CTET Exam dates. The candidates must read the official CTET Notification PDF in order to fill the CTET Application Form in right manner.Central Teacher Eligibility Test(CTET) is a certification exam which establishes the candidates eligibility to become a teacher in the teaching institutions affiliated to CBSE, ISC, ICSE, and State boards. CTET Exam is conducted in two sessions. The CTET Paper I Exam is conducted to provide the CTET certificate to teach the class I to V and the CTET paper II for class VI to VIII. CTET Notification 2019 will contain the following components.
Important Dates (December Session)
CTET 2019 notification
August 16, 2019 (Available)
CTET 2019 registration starts from
August 19, 2019 (Available)
The application process ends on
September 25, 2019 (Extended date)
Last date to pay the application fees
September 30, 2019 till 3:30 pm
October 4 to 10, 2019
Verification of application fee (by candidates)
October 3, 2019
Date for the issuance of admit card
Second week of November 2019
December 8, 2019
CTET answer key
To be Notified later
CBSE determines the eligibility criteria of CTET 2019 for all candidates who wish to apply for the exam. Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria such as Age limit, and Educational Qualification. Candidates holding a B.ed degree with at least 50% marks can apply for both primary level (Class I to IV) and elementary level (Class V to VIII). Candidates must go through CTET eligibility criteria carefully before they fill the application form to avoid rejection in the later stages of the selection process.
CSBE has released the application form of CTET on August 19, 2019. Candidate can fill the online application form of CTET 2019 till September 25, 2019. Candidates will also have to pay the requisite application fee as per the category. Candidates belonging to the general category must pay an application fee of Rs. 700 for one paper and Rs 1200 for appearing in both the papers. Reserved category candidates must pay Rs 350 for one paper while for both the papers, Rs 600. The application fee must be paid in online mode through Debit/Credit Card or download e-challan for payment in the designated accounts of Syndicate Bank or Canara Banks till September 30, 2019. IT must be remembered that the filling of the application form and the payment of the application fee must be done within the allotted time frame.
The examination authority has released the exam pattern of CTET 2019. Candidate must go through CTET exam pattern to know about the nature of questions, marking scheme, mode of exam, time duration, etc. The table below contains the exam pattern of CTET 2019.
Marks per question
2 hrs 30 mins
CTET Syllabus is prescribed in the CTET Notification. The CTET Syllabus is the key component of the CTET Preparation. The syllabus of CTET contains all the topics and the chapters from where expected questions will be asked.
CBSE will issue the admit card of CTET in online mode in the last week of November. CTET admit card will be issued to only those candidates who will successfully fill the application form. To download the admit card, candidates will require login credentials - Registration number and Password. The admit card of CTET will contain details related to the candidates and the exam like the name of the candidate, roll number, registration number, date and time of the exam, exam centre details etc. candidate must bring the copy of admit card to the exam centre on the exam day. Along with it, candidates must also bring one of the prescribed photo ID proofs - Aadhaar Card, Voter ID card, PAN card, Passport, Driving License.
As per the official CTET Notification, any candidate scoring 60 % or more marks in the CTET Exam will be considered as CTET Pass. But at the time of CTET Result, CBSE provides relaxation in the passing marks to various categories so that the candidates belonging to various reserved categories can pass the CTET Exam at lower marks also.
Qualifying marks(out of 150)
CTET Certificate is issued by CBSE to all the eligible candidates who score equal to or more than qualifying marks as declared by CBSE in the official CTET Notification each session. The CTET Qualifying marks are mentioned separately for each category. The minimum qualifying marks for each category is mentioned in the following table.
To qualify the CTET exam, candidates must start preparing well before time. With a strong determination and strategist preparation can help you crack the CTET exam easily. To prepare for the exam, the foremost thing you must know is the syllabus. You must first know what you have study, only then you can start off with your studies. Further you can strategies your preparation in the following ways:
Prepare a study plan and maintain it.
Figure out which of the topics need more attention
Divide Topics which must be completed in one day
Solve previous years question papers
Take as many mock test as possible
Ensure to complete the syllabus weel before time to start off with the revisio
There is no limit on the number of attempts that has been determined by the authority for appearing in CTET.
According to the guidelines framed by NCTE, the validity period of CTET certificate is 7 years.
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Yes, you can appear for CTET again.
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You can sit for the exam because they will match your thumb impression and also face recognition. You can carry your original document and provide at the time of entry so that they will verify you and will allow you to sit for the exam.
I hope this will solve your query.
Since it is clearly mentioned in the CTET 2019 notification for the December exam, that no request for change of medium will be entertained under any circumstances, you will have to take the test in that medium only which you have opted. Try and make it happen, if not you may appear again in CTET 2020 June session and choose your medium wisely.
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As of now Aadhar card is mandatory in most of the exams similarly for CTET you have to fill your Aadhar card also and talking about is it valid or not. If you fill up your correct details in the form then it is of course valid.
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