A good news for all the candidates who were unable to apply for CTET 2020 on-time. CBSE has extended the last date of form submission for CTET 2020 from February 24, 2020 to March 02, 2020. The window to submit the application fee will remain open till March 05, 2020, upto 03.30 PM.
The official brochure, including all the details of the examination including the syllabus, examination fee, process of filling the application form, eligibility criteria is available on the official website. The official website of CTET 2020 is ctet.nic.in.
CTET 2020 Application Form Official Notice of Date Extension
This is going to be the 14th edition of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), organised by Central Board of Secondary Education. The exam is schedule to ne held on july 05, 2020, which is Sunday. Centres for the examination are established in 112 prominent cities of the country.
CTET 2020 Application Form Correction
Keeping the ease of the candidates in mind, CBSE also provide the option to do the corrections in the application form. This process starts once the process of filling the form get over. The form correction for CTET 2020 will start from March 17, 2020 onwards and will end on March 24, 2020. Candidates are allowed to edit their name, date of birth, name of their father and mother, category gender etc.
Click Here to know the process of form correction in detail. Also know what all entries one can edit during this tenure.
CTET 2020 Admit Card
Once all the formalities related to the CTET 2020 application form submission is over. The admit card get released. Currently, the tentative date of CTET 2020 admit card release is not clear, but it will be out by 3rd week of June 2020.
CTET 2020 Preparation Tips
Now, as we have updated about the exam date and admit card, candidates should start the preparation for CTET 2020. To start with the preparation, question papers of previous year, proves to be the best source. Click here to get the previous year question papers of CTET.
- Candidates should be well aware of the syllabus and exam pattern, before they start preparing for the exam.
- While preparing for the exam, candidates should focus on their weaker areas and try to get the hold of the things, if not complete perfection
- Try to get the clarity on the basic concepts and avoid mugging-up the things.
- Prepare short notes, this is going to be very helpful while doing revision
- Do not forget to practice the mock tests on daily basis
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is responsible for conducting Central Teaching Eligibility Test (CTET) twice a year. The popularity of CTET could be gauged through the fact that it is conducted in 20 Indian languages. If we talk about numbers, then 14 lakh candidates, approximately, apply to appear in the exam. In the year 2019, CTET was held in 110 cities, this year the count of cities has been increased to 112. The certificate that the candidates receive after qualifying the CTET, remains valid for 07 years.