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CTET Exam 2017 – Notification, Admit Card, Results, Updates

CTET Exam 2017: CTET Exam is abbreviated as Central Teachers Eligibility Test Exam which will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for the appointment of Teachers in Central Government Schools. This CTET Exam is for recruiting the Teacher’s in Central Government Schools from Class 1 to Class 8. The Government Schools includes Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) and much more. CTET Exam is divided into two exams i.e CTET Primary Exam which is for the Candidates to teach for the Class 1 to Class 5 and CTET Elementary Exam for the Candidates to teach for the Class 6 to Class 8. CTET Exam mainly aims to ensure the minimum standards of qualification which are required for the new entrants into the teaching professions for the Class 1 to 8.

CTET Exam

About CBSE Board:

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a Board of Education for both public and private schools,
under the Union Government of India. CBSE was established in the year 1962. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is one of the largest Education Board in India which has 10 Regional Branches which Offices.
Its main branch is located at Delhi, New Delhi. The CBSE Recruitment Board consists of key members that relate
to the CBSE Teaching Staff and as well as other authorities. CTET Exam which was conducted over the country which was introduced to recruit the Teachers for the Class 1 to Class 8 into the Central Government Schools
across the India. This Board is also responsible for the conduction of the exams and interviews for recruiting the well-trained Teachers in Central Government Institutions and its associated offices.

Details of CTET Exam:

  1. Frequency in conduction of Exams: Twice an year
  2. Level of Exam: Competitive Level
  3. Span of Exam: Across the Country
  4. Mode of Exam: Offline Mode which will be of based on Pen and Paper
  5. Exam Score Validity: Lifetime
  6. Negative Marking: No negative Marking
  7. Stages of Conduction of Exams: There will be only Written Test to qualify into CTET 2 Papers will be there for Offline Exam. The Candidates who want to be a teacher for both levels i.e for Primary (classes I to V) &
    for Elementary (classes VI to VIII) will have to appear in both the papers (Paper I and Paper II). The Candidate
    who are willing to want to be a teacher for any single level can appear for any of the Two Papers. The Exam will
    be conducted through Offline mode which will be Written Based Test and there 2 Papers which will be based on CTET Syllabus which is given below. The Candidates must attend Offline Exam and after that, these 2 Papers will be completed. The Candidate will be selected based on the merit in the Written Offline Exam.

CTET EXAM Pattern for Primary and Elementary Level:

I. For Primary Level:

  1. Child Development and Pedagogy – 30 Questions
  2. Language I – 30 Questions
  3. Language II – 30 Questions
  4. Mathematics – 30 Questions
  5. Environmental Studies – 30 Questions
  6. Duration of the Time – 150 Minutes (2 1/2 Hours)
  7. No. of Questions – 150 Questions
  8. Total Questions – 150 MCQ’S (Multiple Choice Questions)
  9. Total Marks – 150 Marks

II. For Elementary Level:

  1. Child Development and Pedagogy – 30 Questions
  2. Language I – 30 Questions
  3. Language II – 30 Questions
  4. Mathematics and Science – 30 Questions
  5. Social Studies / Social Sciences – 30 Questions
  6. Duration of the Time – 150 Minutes (2 1/2 Hours)
  7. No. of Questions – 150 Questions
  8. Total Questions – 150 MCQ’S (Multiple Choice Questions)
  9. Total Marks – 150 Marks

CTET EXAM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

  1. The Candidate must be an Indian Citizen.
  2. The Candidate must have completed their Senior Secondary or Two years Diploma in Education or Diploma in Elementary Education or 4- year Bachelor of Elementary Education discipline from a recognised University / State Board or its equivalent for Primary Level with at least 50% in Academics.
  3. The Candidate must have completed their Graduation or One-year Bachelors in Education or Diploma in Elementary Education or 4- year Bachelor of Elementary Education discipline from a recognised University / State Board or its equivalent for Primary Level with at least 50% in Academics.

CTET EXAM CUTOFF:

There won’t be Sectional Cutoff in the CTET Exams and instead, there will be overall cutoff which may differ
from year to year based on various criteria like the no. of candidates appear for the Exam and many criteria.
There will be separate Cutoff which is there in the entire recruitment process. For all Category Candidates,
60% is the Overall Cutoff for the Exam.

CTET Admit Card 2017:

The CBSE Board will be going to release the CTET CEPTAM Exam 2017 admit card i.e Offline Exam at least two weeks before the exam. The CTET Exam Admit card 2017 will be available through online mode only. CTET Exam 2017 admit card can be downloaded by going through with the application number/roll number and date of birth or password through the official link provided on this page below.

Latest CTET Recruitment:

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CTET 2017 EXAM RESULTS:

The results of CTET will be declared by CBSE Recruitment Board for the Offline Exam will be declared by the
CBSE Board.The CSBE CTET results for the offline exam will be going to declare and qualified candidates will
appear for the further rounds of recruitment. The results of CTET offline exam will be released based on which
the candidates will be selected.The CTET final results will be declared for only those candidates who will
score sectional as well as overall cut off score as per their category in stages of examination.

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