Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) releases CTET admit card for Paper I & II on its website (ctet.nic.in). Candidates can download their CTET hall ticket one to two weeks before the examination date. CTET exam is organized twice a year in July and December.
Earlier, the CTET 2020 July exam was scheduled on July 5, 2020 and the admit card was supposed to be issued from the third week of June 2020. However, the CTET July exam date got postponed amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and the further schedule is yet to be announced officially.
CTET 2020 admit card is only available online and candidates need their registration/application number and date or birth/password (generated during CTET registration) to download the same. CBSE issues the hall tickets to only those applicants who successfully register for the Central Teaching Eligibility Test (CTET).
The admit card contains some crucial information like examination date, timing, test centre address, important guidelines, etc. that applicants must not overlook. CTET admit card is a mandatory document that the test-takers must bring at the exam centres along with one photo identity proof (PAN Card/Passport/Adhaar Card/Voter ID etc). Read this article to collect insightful information about the CTET 2020 admit card.
Candidates must know about certain important points regarding CTET 2020 admit card, as mentioned below:
CBSE will release the official notification for the revised examination schedule of CTET 2020. Meanwhile, candidates can refer to the table below that contains the tentative schedule of CTET admit card for July session:
Schedule for CTET 2020 July session
|CTET 2020 application form submission window||January 24 to March 9, 2020 (11:59 PM)|
|Late date to pay the application fee||March 17, 2020 (3:30PM)|
|Availability of application correction window||March 19 to March 26, 2020|
|Release of admit card||To be notified|
|CTET 2020 exam date||To be notified|
Read More : CTET Exam Pattern – Paper 1 & Paper 2 Pattern, Marking, Syllabus
Candidates can get online access of the CTET 2020 admit card after it is released officially on ctet.nic.in. The steps to download the hall ticket are mentioned below:
Step 1: Browse the official web portal of CTET (ctet.nic.in.)
Step 2: Tap on the ‘CTET July 2020’ link
Step 3: Now, click on the link for ‘CTET Admit Card’
Step 4: A new screen will display on the screen
Step 5: Enter your application/registration number and password/date of birth in the specified boxes
Step 6: Check the details on your admit card on the screen and download it
Step 7: Take at least 2-3 printouts of your admit card for further use
The CTET admit card contains some crucial information and the registrants must check the same on priority. In case of any error, they must reach the concerned authority at CBSE office to get it corrected. Apart from this, the signature and photograph must be as clear and visible. The invigilator takes a look at the admit card at the time of examination and checks the identity of the candidates before allowing them to enter the hall.
CTET admit card contains below given details:
Go through the complete list of CTET test centres in the table given below:
List of CTET Test Cities
|Andman & Nicobar||Port Blair||101|
|Andhra Pradesh |
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||Dadra & Nagar Haveli||122|
|Daman & Diu||Daman||123|
|Himachal Pradesh |
|Jammu & Kashmir |
|Madhya Pradesh |
|Uttar Pradesh |
|West Bengal |
It is quite probable that you forget your registration number or password (generated at the time of CTET registration). To retrieve the same, candidates must remember below given steps:
Step 1: Go to the official website of CTET (ctet.nic.in)
Step 2: Tap on the login tab
Step 3: Select the relevant link – ‘Forgot Password?’ or ‘Forgot Application Number?’
Step 4: Provide your registered email ID and hit the submit tab
Step 5: The system will regenerate the registration number/password and send the same to your registered email ID
As per CBSE recommendations, candidates must carry certain documents along with the CTET 2020 admit card to the test centre, failing which they will get disqualified. The authority has given strict instructions to the candidates to bring a valid photo identity proof and two passport size photographs along with the CTET admit card.
Candidates can carry any of the below mentioned ID proofs:
Candidates are advised to examine their details given on CTET 2020 admit card and ensure that the given information is correct. In case of any error or discrepancy in applicant’s name, signature, photograph, date of birth, category etc, candidates must report the same to the concerned authority via email on – firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. They can also reach out to certain designated persons in CTET with the help of below given communication details:
Candidates can download CTET 2020 admit card through online mode only. Some common glitches that may arise anytime while downloading the admit card are:
In case of incomplete CTET registration, candidates shall be disqualified from taking the exam. The connection error can be fixed easily. Moreover, in case of any other issue, CBSE recommends the registrants to take instant support from the concerned authorities through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The authority resolves the issue within a few hours of lodging the complaint.
Candidates have to carry their CTET admit cards along with one photo ID proof (original and photocopy) and two latest passport size photographs at the test centre. Entry inside the examination hall is barred for the candidates who fail to bring these documents. Further, the details of some mandatory and restricted items inside the exam centre are mentioned below:
Documents that are allowed inside the CTET exam hall
Documents that are allowed inside the CTET exam hall
There are certain exam-related instructions framed by the authority for the test takers. Candidates must go through the below-given guidelines, as mentioned in the CTET admit card, and stick to them while appearing for exam:
CTET admit card is available online on the official website (ctet.nic.in) and applicants need to enter their registration/application number and date of birth/password to login and then download their CTET hall ticket.
Candidates must carry their CTET admit cards along with two passport size photographs and one photo identity proof (original and photocopy). The examination authority considers PAN card/ Voter ID/Adhaar Card/Passport or any other government-issued photo ID as valid.
Candidates can regenerate their registration/application number by visiting the website of CTET and clicking on the link ‘Forgot Registration Number?’. After clicking the link, they need to provide their registered email ID to receive their registration number.
To fix error/s or discrepancy in CTET 2020 admit card, candidates must connect with the concerned authority on email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or phone number (stated above) before the exam day.
Candidates must not carry electronic or communication devices like cell phones, electronic gadgets, calculators, wallets and stationery items like paper, geometry box, log tables, bluetooth, pen drives, camera, cards, electronic pen, digital watch etc. inside the CTET exam hall.
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