CBSE CTET July 2020 Exam Postponed, Check details here

CBSE CTET 2020 Postponed

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has postponed the upcoming examination of CTET on July 5. The examination, Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) has been postponed considering the health risks of candidates due to COVID-19 pandemic. The revised exam date of CTET 2020 has not been shared by CBSE as the current COVID-19 situation is uncertain.

In a tweet posted by Union Human Resource Development Minister, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank stated, “In view of the present circumstances, it has been decided to postpone the #CTET examination to be conducted by #CBSE on 5 July 2020. The next date of examination will be announced if conditions are favourable.”

Official Notification for CBSE CTET 2020 Postponement

CBSE released the official notification for postponing CTET July 2020 examinations as under:

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As notified earlier, the 14th edition of Central Teachers Eligibility Test (C TET) — July 2020 scheduled to be held on 05/07/2020 is postponed. The next date of examination will be intimated when the situation is more conducive for the conduct of examinations. All the candidates registered for C TET July 2020 are hereby informed that for any update they may visit C TET website regularly.

CTET July 2020 Admit Card Date

CBSE would have released the CTET admit card 2020 anytime soon as the exam was scheduled on July 5. However, now as the exam has been postponed until further notice, CTET 2020 admit card will also be released at a later stage. The exact date of CTET admit card for July 2020 examination will only be confirmed after a new date is finalised.

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CBSE has also cancelled remaining examinations of Class 12th and 10th, which were scheduled from July 1 to 15, 2020. COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest concern for education sector right now as most of the examinations are either being cancelled or rescheduled. Union HRD Minister, Dr Pokhriyal along with CBSE and UGC are monitoring the situation and, taking steps towards prevention of the Coronavirus spread among students.

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