Registration process for CTET 2021 will begin from 20th September 2021 will continue till October 19 on the official website at ctet.nic.in.
According to the CBSE the 15th edition of CTET will be held between December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022.
CTET is a test that is being used to hire teachers for all Central elementary schools. The CBSE will conduct the exam between December 16 and January 13 this year. It will be conducted in computer-based test (CBT) mode, as opposed to physical mode in prior years.
—Class 10 pass certificate
— Class 12 pass certificate
— Certificate of highest qualification
— Aadhaar Card
— Scanned copy of passport size photograph
— Scanned copy of the signature
The CBSE announced on July 30 that the question papers would be prepared to examine less factual knowledge and more conceptual understanding, application, problem-solving, reasoning, and critical thinking.
The CBSE will issue a complete assessment framework with measurable skills, sample blueprints, and sample questions to help aspiring candidates prepare for the CTET exam, according to the Board.
The CTET test will be conducted online in order to encourage prospective teachers to become computer literate, according to the Board.
Not only would an online CTET exam that followed stringent COVID rules ensure safety, but it would also speed up the processing and announcement of results.
The CBSE will establish facilitation centres in districts where candidates will be able to take online practise tests for free.
“The detailed Information Bulletin containing details of examination, syllabus, languages, eligibility criteria, examination fee, examination cities and important dates will be available on CTET official website https://ctet.nic.in w.e.f. 20.09.2021 and the aspiring candidates are requested to download the Information Bulletin from the above-mentioned website only and read the same carefully before applying,” the CBSE has said.
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