CTET 2016 Admit Card

Latest News: The examination authority of CTET has postponed its examination which was held on February 21, 2016 in Haryana State due to some administrative reasons. Now, the authority will conduct its examination on May 8, 2016. Read the official notification below:

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Central board of Secondary educational (CBSE) is going to conduct written examination for Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). Interested and eligible candidates had applied for CTET. Lots of candidates applied for this post to prove their ability and quality of teaching. The written examination will be held on May 8, 2016 at various centers in Haryana State. Candidates can download their CTET September 2016 Admit Card from the official website of CTET, ctet.nic.in.

The CBSE is a Board of Education for Government and Public schools, under the Union Government of India. Every year in the month of March, CBSE conducts class 10th and 12th final examination. CBSE also conducts Central Teacher Eligibility Test and Class X optional proficiency test.

CTET September 2016 Hall Ticket/Admit Card:

Candidates will able to download their Hall Ticket/Admit Card from the official portal of CTET before few days of written examination. Authority will not send Admit Card personally by post to any candidate. In Admit Card, authority will provide some important information regarding respected examination and candidate.

Couple of Details Regarding CTET 2016:

Name of the Organization: Central board of Secondary educational (CBSE)

Name of the Test: Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

Date of Written Examination: May 8, 2016

Admit Card Available From: Available Soon

Examination Pattern:

  • Written examination will be of Multiple Choice Objective Type Questions.
  • Question paper divided into two parts. Paper I will be for those candidates who want to teach from Class I to V level and Paper II will be for those candidates who want to teach from Class VI to VIII.
  • In paper I, candidates will face questions on Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II, Mathematics and Environmental Studies. Each section carries 30 marks.
  • In paper II, candidates will face questions on Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II, Mathematics and Science (for Mathematics and Science teacher), Social Studies and Social Science (for Social Studies and Social Science teacher). Mathematics and Science and Social Studies and Social Science part will consist of 60 marks and rest of the parts will consist of 30 marks.

Note: Those candidates who will successfully crack Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) will be eligible to apply for teacher post in various Government schools.

Final Words: candidates are advised to keep in touch with the official website of CTET to get latest updates regarding examination and further examination process. Candidates can also clear their doubts by asking questions through comments.

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