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Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

CTET – Dates, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Application, Fee

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) organizes the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for the recruitment of teachers for Primary (I to V) and Elementary (VI to VIII) level. CTET exam is conducted twice a year in July and December. As per the latest update released on March 23, 2020, over 30 lakh candidates applied for the CTET July session. The Central Teacher Eligibility Test exam is divided into two levels –

  1. Primary (Paper I)
  2. Elementary (Paper II)

CBSE published the official brochure of CTET 2020 on January 23, 2020. The online application form was made available for the eligible candidates from January 24, 2020 to February 24, 2020. The last date to submit the same was further extended to March 2, 2020 and then again to March 9, 2020. The CTET registration window has now been closed. 

Important Update: CBSE has delayed the CTET 2020 exam date due to COVID-19. The exam was earlier planned on July 5, 2020 and the admit card was slated to be issued in the third week of June 2020. The board will soon declare the official notification mentioning the updated schedule of these events along with the result date.

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test is conducted in two shifts – Paper I and Paper II. The time slot for Paper I is 9:30 AM to 12:00 noon and Paper II is 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM. The provisional and final answer keys of CTET are published online before the result declaration. 

The board will announce the list of qualified candidates and release their marksheets and eligibility certificates. The qualifying score for CTET exam is 60% for general candidates. However, there is a certain relaxation in the qualifying score requirement for the reserved category candidates. CTET eligibility certificate holders can apply for the post of teacher at various Central and State Government schools across India. Stay on this page to get the latest updates on Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2020.

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CTET – Key Highlights

  1. Central Teacher Eligibility Test is a national level exam that is conducted twice a year
  2. CTET is an eligibility test for candidates to further apply for the post of teachers in various schools across India
  3. The exam takes place in a total of 112 cities across the country
  4. The registration process is online and only eligible candidates can apply
  5. The Central Teacher Eligibility Test can be attempted as many times as candidates want
  6. CTET marksheet and eligibility certificate are uploaded at Digilocker (mobile application)
  7. The reserved category candidates get 5% relaxation in qualifying marks. They need to score just 55% in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test to qualify and get the eligibility certificate.
  8. The CTET application fee can be paid through online or offline modes
  9. The eligibility certificate is valid for 7 years and is applicable to the state and central government schools only
  10. The official website of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test is https://ctet.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx page 
  11. Candidates can connect with the help desk of CTET through a telephonic call on 011-22235774

CTET – Important Dates

CBSE will declare the official notification for CTET exam date and other related events shortly. Refer to the below-given table for the schedule of CTET events:

Events Calendar for CTET 2020

Events Important Dates
Release of official notification January 23, 2020
CTET registration process January 24, 2020 (Closed)
Last date to submit application form March 9, 2020
Deadline to pay application fee January 24, 2020 to March 17, 2020
Verification of fee payment by the candidates January 24, 2020 to March 18, 2020
Availability of application correction window March 19, 2020 to March 26, 2020
Release of admit card  to be announced
CTET 2020 exam (July) July 05, 2020 (delayed)
Release of provisional and final answer key to be announced
Result announcement to be announced

Note: The above schedule of the CTET exam is applicable for both Paper I and Paper II. 

CTET – Exam Timings (Paper I and II)

The examination timings of Paper I and Paper II along with other important slots are mentioned below:

CTET 2020 Time Slots

Examination Day Events Time Slot (Paper-I ) Time Slot (Paper-II )
Entry allowed inside the test centre 8:00 AM 12:30 PM
Verification of CTET Admit Card 9:00 AM to 09:15 AM 1:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Test Booklet distribution 9:15 AM 1:45 PM
Test booklet seal to be opened 9:25 AM 1:55 PM
Deadline to enter inside the exam hall 9:30 AM 2:00 PM
CTET Paper I exam  9:30 AM 2:00 PM
CTET Paper II exam 12:00 noon 4:30 PM

CTET – Eligibility Criteria

Aspirants who wish to apply for the CTET exam must check the eligibility criteria in advance. The eligibility requirements set by CBSE are as under:

Age Bar

No age limit is defined for the candidates applying for CTET

Nationality

Candidates must be citizens of India

Educational Qualification

The academic qualification for both Paper I and Paper II of CTET are mentioned below:

Paper-I (Primary Level)

According to the eligibility norms set by CBSE for Primary stage, candidates must fulfil any of the below-given conditions:

Aspirants must have passed class 12th with minimum aggregate score of 50% and posses or should be appearing in the last year of a two-year diploma course in Elementary Education as per the norms of NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure), Regulations, 2002

Or

Aspirants should have obtained minimum 50% aggregate marks in class 12th and must also have cleared or must be appearing in the final year of a four-year Bachelor course in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) 

Or

Aspirants must have obtained 50% marks in class 12th and also completed a two-year diploma program in Special Education. The final year candidates are also eligible.

Or

Candidates who’ve obtained a score of 50% or more in graduation and possess a Bachelor degree in Education (B.Ed.) can also apply

Paper-II (Elementary Stage)

Candidates applying for Paper II or Elementary Stage of CTET will have to meet any of the below given educational qualifications: 

Aspirants must be a graduate in any stream and must have cleared a two-year diploma course in Elementary Education. Candidates in the last year of diploma are also eligible.

Or

Those who have scored 45% marks in graduation and completed or appearing in one year B.Ed. course as per NCTE Regulations can apply 

Or

Candidates must have secured minimum aggregate marks of 50% in class 12th and completed or appearing in the final year of the four-year B.El.Ed programme 

Or

Aspirants must have obtained 50% marks or more in class 12th and completed or appearing in the final year of or B.A.Ed./B.Sc.Ed and B.A./B.Sc.Ed

Or

Candidates who have obtained a 50% score in graduation and have completed or are appearing in one-year B.Ed. (Special Education) course can apply

CTET Application Form 2020

CTET 2020 application form was available online for the eligible candidates from January 24, 2020 till March 9, 2020. Candidates were also allowed to access the application correction window from March 19, 2020 to March 26, 2020. The registration process has now been closed. 

The board expects candidates to complete the CTET application submission process with extreme perfection. For this, they must keep the below-mentioned important details and documents ready before filling the form:

  1. One valid photo identity proof, mark sheets and certificates of past academic records, Aadhaar Number, valid mobile number & email address, passport size photographs, bank account details like debit or credit card number and net banking credentials
  2. Scanned images of candidates’ photograph and signature  in jpg/jpeg format
  3. Use Web browsers like Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above, Google Chrome 3.0 and above, and Internet Explorer 8 and above for online registration to stay away from any technical glitch
  4. Follow the prescribed format while uploading photograph and signature 

Steps to fill CTET Application Form 2020

The application process for CTET is as follows:

Step 1: Online Registration

Candidates must register online by visiting the website of CTET – ctet.nic.in and clicking on the given ‘Apply online’ link. The system will generate unique registration numbers and passwords for each of the applicants that they should retain for further use. 

Step 2: Fill Application Form

Candidates must log into their registered account with their registration number and password that was created during the registration process. Details like name, address, contact number, date of birth, category, languages offered, test centre preferences, academic information etc must be properly filled in the specified boxes of the CTET application form. . The board officials scrutinize the information provided by the applicants during the recruitment process. 

Step 3: Upload scanned images

In this step, candidates have to upload the scanned images of signature and photograph. The dimensions and format are predefined by the board. High quality scanned images (with no distortion) are accepted. The format of the documents must be in JPG or JPEG. The specifications are as under:  

Document  File Size Dimensions
Photograph 10 KB -100 KB 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm
Signature 3 KB -30 KB 3.5 cm X 1.5 cm

Step 4: Pay Application Fee

Once the applicants upload the scanned documents, they will be redirected to the payment window. For application fee payment, candidates can choose debit card/credit card/net banking/e challan mode. E-challan must be submitted at Canara or Syndicate Bank branches only. The challan receipt is required to be presented during the recruitment process.

Step 5: Take Printout of Confirmation Page

After application fee payment, candidates will be directed to the confirmation page where the download tab is given. Printouts of the application form submission acknowledgement page must be retained for further use. 

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CTET Application Fee

CTET application fee amount is not the same for all the categories and papers. Candidates must pay the application fee before deadline through online or offline modes. The table given below states the category-wise application fee details:

Application Fee Details

Category Application fee for Paper I or II Application fee for  Paper I & II
General/OBC Rs 1000 Rs 1200
SC/ST/Differently Abled Rs 500 Rs 600

CTET – Admit Card

CTET 2020 admit card is an important document that the test takers must carry while appearing for the exam. It contains exam related information such as date & time of test, name & address of exam centre, test duration and other crucial details. Any kind of discrepancy or error in the admit card shall be corrected by the concerned authority once candidates report the same before the examination date.

Candidates who complete the application process can access the hall ticket from the official website of CTET. Examinees can download the CTET admit card on the official website only. Test takers will not get entry inside the examination hall if they fail to bring the hard copy of CTET hall ticket along with two photographs and one valid photo identity proof. The admit card contains the following information: 

  1. Name of the candidate
  2. Registration Number
  3. Roll Number
  4. Father’s name
  5. Category
  6. Date of Birth
  7. Communication address
  8. Exam date and time
  9. Medium of test
  10. Exam centre name and address
  11. Photograph and Signature of the applicant

CTET – Exam Centres

Candidates will get the choice to enlist up to 3 exam centres in order of preference while applying for CTET. Find the complete list of test centres along with city codes in the table below.

List of CTET Test Cities 

States/UTs Exam Cities  Codes
Andman & Nicobar Port Blair 101
Andhra Pradesh

 

Vijayawada 102
Visakhapatnam 103
Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar 104
Assam

 

 

 

 

Dibrugarh 105
Guwahati 106
Jorhat 107
Silchar 108
Tezpur 109
Bihar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bhagalpur 110
Bhojpur (Ara) 111
Darbhanga 112
Gaya 113
Madhubani 114
Muzaffarpur 115
Nalanda 116
Patna 117
Samastipur 118
Vaishali (Hajipur) 119
Chandigarh Chandigarh 120
Chhattisgarh Raipur 121
Dadra & Nagar Haveli Dadra & Nagar Haveli 122
Daman & Diu Daman 123
Delhi

 

 

 

 

Delhi Central 124
Delhi East 125
Delhi North 126
Delhi South 127
Delhi West 128
Goa Panaji 129
Gujarat

 

 

Ahmedabad 130
Surat 131
Vadodara 132
Haryana

 

 

 

 

Ambala 133
Faridabad 134
Gurugram 135
Karnal 136
Kurukshetra 137
Himachal Pradesh

 

 

Hamirpur 138
Kangra 139
Shimla 140
Jammu & Kashmir

 

Jammu 141
Srinagar 142
Jharkhand

 

 

Bokaro 143
Dhanbad 144
Ranchi 145
Karnataka

 

Bengaluru 146
Mangalore 147
Kerala

 

 

Ernakulam 148
Kozhikode 149
Thiruvananthapuram 150
Lakshadweep Kavarati 151
Madhya Pradesh

 

 

Bhopal 152
Indore 153
Jabalpur 154
Maharashtra

 

 

 

 

Aurangabad 155
Mumbai 156
Nagpur 157
Nashik 158
Pune 159
Manipur Imphal 160
Meghalaya Shillong 161
Mizoram Aizawl 162
Nagaland Kohima 163
Odisha

 

Bhubaneswar 164
Sambalpur 165
Puducherry Puducherry 166
Punjab

 

 

 

Amritsar 167
Bhatinda 168
Ferozepur 169
Jalandhar 170
Rajasthan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ajmer 171
Alwar 172
Bikaner 173
Jaipur 174
Jodhpur 175
Kota 176
Udaipur 177
Sikkim Gangtok 178
Tamilnadu

 

 

 

Chennai 179
Coimbatore 180
Madurai 181
Tiruchirapalli 182
Telangana Hyderabad 183
Tripura Agartala 184
Uttarakhand

 

 

 

Dehradun 185
Haldwani 186
Roorkee 187
Srinagar Garhwal 188
Uttar Pradesh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Agra 189
Aligarh 190
Ayodhya (Faizabad) 191
Bareilly 192
Etawah 193
Ghaziabad 194
Ghazipur 195
Gorakhpur 196
Jaunpur 197
Jhansi 198
Kanpur 199
Lucknow 200
Mathura 201
Mau 202
Meerut 203
Moradabad 204
Noida 205
Prayagraj (Allahabad) 206
Raebareli 207
Saharanpur 208
Sultanpur 209
Varanasi 210
West Bengal

 

Durgapur 211
Kolkata 212

CTET – Exam Pattern

CTET exam takes place in two stages – Paper I and Paper II. The exam pattern of both the papers is mentioned below:

Exam Pattern of CTET Paper I

The highlights of Paper I exam pattern are:

Number of Sections – 5 (Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I (compulsory), Language II (compulsory), Mathematics and Environmental Studies)

Mode of Exam – Offline or pen and paper-based 

Medium of Exam – English or Hindi

Number of Questions – 150 

Test Duration – 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes) 

Type of Questions – Multiple choice or objective type

Total Marks – 150

Marking Scheme – One mark is awarded for every right answer. No negative marking is applicable on wrong/ unattempted answers

Sectional Distribution of Marks and Questions in CTET Paper I

Sections Number of Questions Marks
Child Development and Pedagogy 30  30 
Language I (compulsory) 30  30 
Language II (compulsory) 30  30 
Mathematics 30  30 
Environmental Studies 30  30 
Total 150  150 

Exam Pattern of CTET Paper II

The major facts related to Paper II exam pattern are as follows:

Number of Sections – 4 (Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I (compulsory), Language II (compulsory) and Mathematics & Science or Social Studies)

Mode of Exam – Offline (pen and paper-based)

Medium of Exam – English or Hindi

Type of Questions – MCQs or objective type

Number of Questions – 150

Test Duration – 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)  

Total Marks – 150

Marking Scheme – One mark is awarded for every right answer. No negative marking is applicable on wrong/unattempted answers

Sectional Distribution of Marks and Questions in CTET Paper II

Sections Number of Questions Marks
Child Development & Pedagogy 30  30 
Language I (compulsory) 30  30 
Language II (compulsory) 30  30 
Mathematics and Science OR Social Studies  60  60 
Total 150  150 


CTET Syllabus 

Candidates must learn about the topics and sections covered under CTET syllabus. The tables given below contain CTET 2020 syllabus for Paper I and Paper II:

CTET 2020 Syllabus for Paper I 

Subjects Topics
Child Development and Pedagogy Child Development, Learning and Pedagogy
Language-I Comprehension, Pedagogy of Language Development
Language-II Comprehension, Pedagogy of Language Development
Mathematics Shapes & Spatial Understanding, Geometry, Solids around Us, Division, Addition and Subtraction, Numbers, Multiplication
Environmental Studies  Family and Friends, Shelter, Food, Travel, Water


CTET 2020 Syllabus for Paper II

Subjects Topics
Child Development and Pedagogy Child Development, Learning and Pedagogy
Language-I Comprehension, Pedagogy of Language Development
Language-II Comprehension, Pedagogy of Language Development
Mathematics Geometry, Number System, Algebra, Mensuration
Science  Food, Materials, Natural Phenomena, Natural Resources
Social Studies/Social Sciences History, Geography, Social and Political Life, Pedagogical Issues

CTET – Sample Papers

Candidates can refer to the sample papers or previous years’ question papers of CTET to enhance their level of exam preparation. With the help of these papers, they can get clarity on various factors like the types of questions, the nature of paper, marking pattern, difficulty level of the test, etc. Not only this, they can also gain speed in the test by solving sample papers on a daily basis.

Click here to download CTET previous years’ question papers.

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CTET – Exam Day Guidelines

CBSE provides certain guidelines to the test takers while appearing for the eligibility test. CTET 2020 exam-related instructions (as mentioned in the admit card) are as under:

  1. Candidates must carry their admit cards along with one photo identity proof and two passport size photographs
  2. They must reach the test centre before the actual examination timing for checking and other formalities
  3. OMR sheet is provided in a sealed booklet that the test takers must open only after the invigilator’s direction 
  4. OMR sheet must be kept clean with no fold marks
  5. Candidates should carry blue or black ball pointed pen to mark the answers in OMR sheet
  6. Any illicit act like cheating inside the test hall may lead to the disqualification of the candidates
  7. The board can take any disciplinary action against those who are involved in unruly activities 
  8. Electronic items such as cell phones, digital watch, pagers, calculators, etc. are restricted inside the exam hall
  9. Candidates can only exit the test centre after the completion of exam

CTET – Preparation Tips

Below given tricks and tips will help the candidates to prepare well for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test:

  1. Go through the complete syllabus and exam pattern of CTET to devise an effective study plan
  2. Solve previous years’ questions papers to get a fair idea of questions
  3. Make notes to improvise your preparation level and revision 
  4. Enhance your speed by solving mock tests which also help you understand the interface of the exam
  5. Mark and revise the important topics frequently to memorize them 
  6. Do not skip any topic or part during exam preparation for a holistic preparation

CTET  – Recommended Books

Candidates must refer to the books of most competent writers/publishers while preparing for the exam. The subject experts and teachers suggest below given books for Paper I and II of Central Teacher Eligibility Test:

Recommended Books for Paper I and Paper II

Books for Paper I Books for Paper II
Success Master CTET Paper-I: Class I-V by Arihant Publication CTET Success Master Maths & Science Paper-II for Class VI-VIII by Arihant Publication
A Complete Resource for CTET: Child Development and Pedagogy A Complete Resource for CTET: Child Development and Pedagogy
CTET and TETs English Language and Pedagogy Paper 1 and 2 CTET and TETs English Language and Pedagogy Paper 1 and 2
CTET & TETs Bhasha Hindi Paper I & II CTET & TETs Bhasha Hindi Paper I & II
Wiley’s Environmental Studies (EVS) Exam Goalpost for CTET and TETs Exams, Paper – I, Class I – V, 2019 CTET Success Master Science Social/Studies Paper-II for Class VI-VIII
CTET Previous Years’ Papers: Most Important Resource CTET Previous Years’ Papers: Most Important Resource

CTET – Answer Key

CBSE publishes the official answer key for the CTET exam on its website. Other than this, most of the coaching centres and subject experts also release unofficial answer keys of CTET. Candidates can visit ctet.nic.in to access the answer key in PDF form. With its help, candidates can calculate their tentative score much before the result announcement. 

The board also provides the facility of raising objection/s, if any, against the provisional answer key. Candidates have to mention their objections in the given format and submit the same along with a challenge fee of Rs 500 (per challenge) to the Central Board of Secondary Education through post or courier. The final answer key is then released by the authority after ascertaining all the objections.

CTET Result 2020

CBSE declares the result of CTET on its official portal. The authority is yet to release the official notification of its result schedule. Candidates have to log in to their registered account with CTET and enter their roll number to see the result. The applicants who obtain 60% or above marks in each paper are said to be qualified in this test. CTET marks statement contains sectional and overall marks of the candidates along with their qualifying status. CTET 2020 result contains below given useful information:

  1. Name of the candidate
  2. Category
  3. Roll number
  4. Father’s name
  5. Mother’s name
  6. Total Sections in Paper I and Paper II
  7. Sectional score in Paper I and Paper II
  8. Overall marks 
  9. Qualifying status

Steps to Check CTET Result 2020

  1. Visit the official web portal of CTET (ctet.nic.in)
  2. Click on the link ‘CTET July 2020 result’ and go to the login page
  3. Enter your roll number and click on submit button
  4. Download the result and take the print out for further use

CTET – Qualifying Marks

Candidates who score minimum qualifying marks, as set by CBSE, are eligible for the CTET certificate. The board prescribes category wise qualifying scores for the candidates. Category-wise qualifying marks for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test are stated in the below-given table:

Category Qualifying Marks (out of 150) Qualifying Percentage
General 90 60.00%
SC/ST/OBC 82.5 55.00%

Test takers have to attain the minimum qualifying marks in Paper I and Paper II to qualify both the papers. Candidates securing lesser marks than the minimum cut off will not be eligible for the certificate. 

CTET – Scorecard and Certificate

Candidates who appear for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test are eligible to receive a  scorecard and the board issues along with the result announcement. Details like section-wise marks, overall score, percentage, etc. are clearly stated in the scorecard along with CTET qualifying status. Only qualified candidates who obtain 60% or more (55% in case of reserved category) get eligibility certificate which is valid for the next 7 years from the date of result announcement. There is no restriction on the number of attempts for the CTET exam. 

CNSE creates a Digilocker account for CTET aspirants and shares its credentials with the candidates. Also, the conducting body uploads the CTET scorecards and certificates on Digilocker. Printout of CTET certificate and mark sheet is required at the time of appointment.

Note: It is mandatory for all the teachers appointed after March 6, 2012 to clear the Central Teacher Eligibility Test to teach Class I to VIII.

CTET – Pass Percentage (Yearly Statistics)

Candidates can check the previous years’ data of appeared & qualified candidates  in the below given table:  

CTET Pass Percentage Statistics 

Year/Session Candidates Appeared Qualified Percentage of Passing Candidates 
December 2019 Paper 1 14,13,390 2,47,386 17.50%
December 2019 Paper 2 9,91,755 2,94,899 29.73%
July 2019 Paper 1 13,59,478 2,14,658 15.78%
July 2019 Paper 2 10,17,553 1,37,172 13.48%
December 2018 Paper 1 10,73,545 1,78,273 16.60%
December 2018 Paper 2 8,78,425 1,26,968 14.45%
September 2016  Paper 1  1,93,005   26,638    13.8%   
September 2016 Paper 2 3,86,085 42,928 11.12%

CTET Cutoff 2020

CTET cut off is the minimum qualifying score that the applicants must attain to clear the eligibility test. For General category candidates, the cut off is 60%. On the other hand, reserved category candidates need to score 55% marks. However, the Central Board of Secondary Education reserves the right to modify the cutoff marks on the grounds of various factors like the number of appearing candidates, difficulty level of the exam etc. CBSE will release CTET 2020 July cut off after the result announcement. Candidates can refer to previous years’ cut off in below-given table:

Category-wise Cutoff (2019)

Category Cutoff Marks (out of 150)
General 90
OBC 83
SC 82.5
ST 82.5


Category-wise Cutoff (2018)

Category Cutoff (out of 150)
General 90
OBC 85
SC 80
ST 80

CTET – FAQs

✔️ How to apply for the CTET 2020 exam?

Eligible candidates can visit the website of CTET at ctet.nic.in to register online and complete all other steps of the CTET application process. They must pay the application fee (online or offline) and take the print out/s of the confirmation page for future use.

✔️ What is the use of CTET application form correction?

Candidates can modify their details in the CTET application form by visiting its official website - ctet.nic.in. Only those who have submitted the application form can access the correction window. CTET 200 application form correction window was available from March 19, 2020 to March 26, 2020.

✔️ Can I submit the application fee through offline mode?

Yes, candidates can pay CTET application fee through e-challan that can be submitted at any of the branches of Canara or Syndicate Bank. The application fee varies for general and reserved categories. Candidates must retain the receipt of e-challan for further use.

✔️ What are the details given in the CTET marksheet/scorecard?

CTET marksheet contains crucial information including candidate’ name, category, roll number, father’s name, mother’s name, section-wise score in each paper, overall score and qualifying status of candidates.

✔️ What is the significance of the CTET eligibility certificate?

CTET eligibility certificate is issued to the qualified candidates only and is applicable to teachers’ recruitment process at central government schools like Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS), Tibetan schools and some of the unaided private schools. It is also mandatory for the schools administered by the governments of Union Territories.

✔️ What should be my score to qualify the CTET exam?

General category candidates must attain at least 60% marks while reserved category candidates must obtain at least 55% marks to qualify the CTET exam.

✔️ How can I download the CTET scorecard and eligibility certificate?

CBSE uploads CTET scorecard and certificate of the qualifying candidates on Digilocker which is a mobile application to keep the digital documents safely. Candidates get their Digilocker login credentials on their registered mobile number to download the scorecard and certificate.

✔️ What is the mode and medium of the CTET exam?

CTET exam is conducted in offline mode and the test-takers get OMR sheets to tick the answers. They can write the exam in either English or Hindi language. However, the Language I & !! sections of the CTET question paper will be available in the languages preferred by examinees.

✔️ What is the validity of the CTET certificate?

CTET eligibility certificate is valid for 7 years from the date of result declaration. This certificate is applicable at only a few schools authorized by central/state/UT governments.

✔️ How many attempts are valid for the CTET exam?

There is no limit or bar for candidates to appear for the CTET exam. They can choose to apply as many times as they want to improve their score or upgrade the validity of their CTET eligibility certificate.

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