CTET 2018 admit card released; Exam to be held on December 9

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued the CTET 2018 admit card for all eligible candidates. The admit card is available only in mode till the date of examination. The admit card is an important document which carries all the necessary information like candidate’s name, photograph, roll number, exam date, time and centre details etc. If any discrepancy is found in the admit card candidates must report it to the athority and get the it rectified.

In order to download CTET admit card, follow below steps

  • Visit the official website and click on admit card link
  • Log-in by submitting registration number and password
  • Check all the details furnished on it and download it.
  • Take printout of the download admit card.
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To download CTET admit card- click here

Apart from admit card, what else to carry to examination centre?

Along with the admit card of CTET 2018, candidates will have to carry any one of the following documents to the examination centre:

  • Aadhar card
  • Voter ID card
  • PAN card
  • Passport
  • Driving license
  • Employee ID card
  • College/University ID proof.

Candidates failing to carry admit card or the above mentioned documents will not be permitted to appear for the exam.

When is CTET 2018?

CBSE will be conducting CTET 2018 in offline mode for two papers – paper I (for classes 1 to 5) and paper II (for classes 6 to 8) on December 9. The exam is held to shortlisted eligible candidates for teaching in classes 1 to 8. The entrance exam will be held for 2.30 hours (each paper) where candidates will have to answer 150 objective questions. Each question carries 1 mark. Through this exam, aspirants will be tested on their knowledge on Child Development and Pedagogy, Environmental Science, Social Studies, command over Language and Mathematics. Candidates who will secure minimum qualifying marks and the cutoff swill be considered TET qualified.

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