CTET Admit Card 2019 released: The Central Teacher Eligibility Test or CTET admit card has been released by The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on the official website ctet.nic.in. Candidates who are willing to download the admit card can do the same through the official website. The next task is the preparation for the examination which is scheduled to take place on December 8. There is a certain kind of exam pattern that a students to keep in mind while preparing for the examination.

Check below the examination pattern to know the exact pattern fo the examination for which the students should get prepared.

CTET examination will comprise of two papers – paper 1. Paper 1 comprises for teachers applying to the classes between 1 and 5. paper 2 is for those teachers who will be will be appearing for the students of class 6 and 8.

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In total there will be 150 questions that will be asked in each paper. The time which has been alloted to finish the examination is two and half hours.
No subjective questions only Objective type of questions will be there.

Candidates need not to worry about giving wrong answers as there will be no negative marking. The qualification criteria for the candidates is to score atleast 90 marks out of 150.

Paper 1

Child development and pedagogy, language I, language II, environmental studies and mathematics

Paper 2

Social studies/Social Science or Mathematics and Science.

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Candidates are supposed to reach till 9.30 am. Any students who will arrive at the centare after 9:30 will not be allowed to give paper 1. The candidates who will be appearing for paper 2 will be allowed to report till 2 pm.

CBSE conducts the recruitment examination in 110 cities across the country in 20 languages. Once the CTET results are announced, the certificate will remain valid for seven years.

No restriction number of attempts opted for the candidates. So there is no compulsion on any students to clear the examination in the first attempt.

Those who had appeared for the first attempt and finds it not satisfactory then they can sit for the second attempt to improve his/her score.

In case the students haven’t download the admit card then they can follow certain steps to download the hall ticket.

Step 1: Go to the official website – ctet.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the CTET hall ticket link

Step 3: Enter details such as registration number and date of birth

Step 4: Click on ‘Submit’

Step 5: Download your CTET admit card and PDF for future reference

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