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CTET 2021: Notification, Examination Date, Registration, Syllabus & Latest News about CTET.

CTET (Central Teachers Eligibility Test) is a national-level exam conducted by CBSE. Students who wish to become a teacher in future can appear for this examination. This exam is basically conducted to scratch the basic knowledge of the students who are going to become teachers in any school. Lots of students apply for this examination every year but only a few of them will be able to qualify for it and get a designated job.

This is a competitive exam to shortlist intelligent students. Hence a student should have adequate knowledge of all the topics that are mentioned in the syllable. Also, they should have the capability to handle the bulk of students patiently. Not everyone is eligible to appear for this examination. A student can only apply and appear for the CTET examination if they have scored 50% marks in their intermediate. Along with this, they have completed the graduation from any recognized university or are in the final year of the graduation course. Students who are pursuing a diploma and are in 2ns year of their diploma course can also apply for CTET examinations.

Child Development & Pedagogy is also a vital part of the CTET examination and contributes a valuable role in scoring good marks in the examination. CTET is an online examination with a total number of 150 multiple choice type questions. Students will get 150 minutes to complete their examination.

There are two papers in the CTET examination. Students who want to become a teacher of first to fifth standard (Primary classes) have to appear for Paper I. Whereas for the elementary classes of VI to VIII, students have to prepare for Paper 2. So, the syllabus for paper 1 and paper 2 is slightly different.

Additionally, it is also important to know that only qualifying for this examination will not make you eligible to get a job as a teacher. You should also need to have a degree or graduation certified in the related field. Appropriately, they should have completed their BTC and B. ed from any recognized college or university.

A candidate who has applied for the Paper 1 of the CTET examination have to prepare for the below subjects:

  • Child Development & Pedagogy
  • Language I (compulsory)
  • Language II (compulsory)
  • Mathematics
  • Environmental Studies

Candidates will get 30 questions from each subject that they have to answer correctly. Apart from this if you are preparing for Elementary school then the subjects are as follows.

  • Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory)
  • Language I (compulsory)
  • Language II (compulsory)
  • Mathematics & Science (for Mathematics and Science teacher)
  • Social Studies/Social Science (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher)

This paper will also have 30 questions from each subject that the student has to complete in 150 minutes.

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CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) is administered by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). CTET is the national level examination and it is conducted for the shortlisting the candidates to the post of teacher. In CTET two papers are conducted i.e. Paper I and Paper II. Paper I is for the candidates who to be the teacher of Class I to V students and Paper II is conducted for those who want to be the teacher of Class VI to VIII students.

CTET 2021

The candidates who qualify the CTET examination by scoring minimum passing marks those are shortlisted for teacher post but in order to get the teacher post job in the government, private, semi-government sector, candidates should have done B.Ed. and BTC course from the recognized university/college. To know the CTET 2021 Important dates view the schedule given below.

CTET 2021 Events Important Dates
CTET 2021 Notification Release date 1st week of Aug 2021
Application Form Release Date 1st week of Aug 2021
Last date to submit Application Form 4th week of Aug 2021
Last date to pay the fee 4th week of Aug 2021
Application Form Correction begins from 1st week of Sep 2021
CTET 2021 Admit Card Release Date 1st week of Nov 2021
CTET 2021 exam date 01st week of Dec 2021
Declaration of Result 06 weeks after conduction of the exam

CTET Eligibility Criteria

Before filling the CTET Application Form candidates should first ensure that whether he/she is eligible for appearing in the exam or not. From below read the detailed Eligibility Criteria of CTET.

Eligibility Criteria for Classes I-V Teacher (Primary Stage)

  • By scoring 50% marks candidates should have qualified 12th standard or equivalent exam. Students appearing in the final year of 2- year Diploma in Elementary Education can also apply. (OR)
  • According to NCTE Norms – The applicant must have qualified 12th or its equivalent by scoring 45% marks. Who are appearing or qualified in the final year of 2nd-year Diploma in Elementary Education can also register. (OR)
  • Must have qualified 12th or its equivalent by obtaining a minimum 50% marks and must have qualified or appeared in the final year of 2- year Diploma in Special Education. (OR)
  • The candidates should have passed Bachelors and B.Ed. by obtaining 50% marks

Eligibility Criteria for Classes VI-VIII Teacher (Elementary Stage)

  1. Candidates must have qualified graduation and should be qualified or appearing in the final year of a 2-year Diploma (in Elementary Education). OR
  2. By scoring 50% marks candidates should have completed bachelors and must have qualified or appeared in 1st-year B.Ed. OR
  3. By scoring 50% marks candidates should have completed bachelors and must have qualified or appeared in 1st-year B.Ed. OR
  4. The candidates must have passed 12th or equivalent by obtaining 50% marks and must have qualified/appearing in the 4- year (final year) B.EI.Ed. OR
  5. Aspirants must have done Senior Secondary or equivalent by scoring 50% marks and qualified/appearing in the 4- year (final year) B. A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed. OR
  6. Should have scored 50% marks in final year graduation and must have qualified or appeared in 1st-year Special Education.

CTET Exam Pattern

The candidates who want to appear for the CTET should know about its exam pattern as the test pattern assists the candidates in doing the preparation at a good level. From below read the CTET Exam Pattern of Paper 1 and Paper 2

Examination Mode – Offline i.e. Pen Paper based

Duration of Exam – 2½ hours

Types of Questions – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

Paper-1 Exam Pattern

Subject Name No. of Questions Marks Distribution
Child Development & Pedagogy 30 30
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Total 150 150

Paper-2 Exam Pattern

Subject Name No. of Questions Marks Distribution
Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory) 30 30
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Mathematics & Science

(for Mathematics and Science teacher)

60 60
Social Studies/Social Science

(for Social Studies/Social Science teacher)

60 60
Total 150 150

Minimum Qualifying Marks – In order to qualify the CTET examination General and SC/ST/OBC category candidate has to obtain 60% and 55% marks, respectively.

CTET Subject Name and Code

Language Code Language Code
English 1 Marathi 11
Hindi 2 Mizo 12
Assamese 3 Nepali 13
Bengali 4 Oriya 14
Gujarati 6 Sanskrit 16
Kannada 7 Tamil 17
Khasi 8 Telugu 18
Malayalam 9 Tibetan 19

CTET Syllabus

As we all know that Syllabus plays a vital role while doing the examination preparation so the candidates must for once go through the examination syllabus. In order to know the detailed CTET Paper 1 and Paper 2 Syllabus click on the link provided below.

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