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CTET Coaching

If your search has landed you here, then I’d go ahead on a limb and make a prediction about your future which says that you’re exploring career options, and teaching is on the top of it!

So, if becoming a teacher is your passion, then you’ve come to the right place. We, at ClearExam, provide CTET Coaching to the aspirants who want to go for the teaching field. Now, if you’re thinking ‘Why do I need to join a coaching for clearing CTET?’ then I’d ask you to read the following reasons which might help you get some clarity -

  • Joining a CTET Coaching would be a wise move for you if you’re thinking about sitting for the CTET because you can’t self-study for a national level competitive exam, you need to realize that a competitive exam paper is set up differently than a school or graduation paper. You need the help and guidance of the experts who know the tips, tricks, and best way to approach & prepare for CTET so that you can score well to qualify.

  •  If you will enroll in a CTET Coaching, it would benefit you greatly in terms of - regular lectures on every topic from all the subjects with a proper curriculum set up by the expert faculty so that you won’t miss any topic. Study notes and books compiled by the faculties so you’d know how much to read instead of being piled up with books from everywhere without any idea about how much should be enough. Mock tests to keep track of your preparation & to help you improve your weak areas and so on there are many benefits of joining a CTET Coaching.

  • You’re at a point in your life where you can’t really afford to waste your years, so you want to clear the exam in the first go, and in order to have that kind of surety you need to join the CTET Coaching, because that increases your chances of qualifying for CTET by hundred percent because the coaching gives you a structured, planned way to crack the exam and help you become the person who can qualify the exam in the first go.

CTET Online Coaching - Why you Should Enroll?

  • Due to covid-19, everything shifted to virtual, including coaching centers and you have been hearing everywhere how it lowered the quality of teaching and learning and how it’s so different from the offline. There’s a lot of negative publicity around it and one of the main reasons for this is because it’s a new concept to a lot of people.

  • Before 2020, when you wanted to prepare for an exam, you went and joined one of your local coaching institutes but now with covid, all the institutes got shut down, and then the ones that came back, offered online courses.

  • Coming to why you should enroll in the CTET Online coaching. First and foremost, you should join one because there are lots of aspirants like you who are going to sit for the same exam as you and so you need to know the best tips, tricks, and approach to solving the paper and for that, you need the experts who have been teaching & guiding CTET aspirants all their life and joining the CTET Online coaching will give you all that & more.

  • Online coaching provides better benefits than the traditional one, such as if you join the CTET Online Coaching, you’d not only get the live lectures from the same faculties, teaching the same stuff as that of offline, but you’d also get the recorded lectures of the live classes. So, if you miss out on a lecture for some reason, you can always catch up. And when you’re doing the self-study and need the revision, you don’t need to wish for a revision class, you can simply rewatch it to clear up a concept, so these CTET Video Courses that online coachings are offering now are a boon!

  • One of the other best parts of enrolling in a CTET Online Coaching aside from the CTET Video Course is their Online Mock test series. Nowadays, online coachings provide the students with these mock test series, which are available online and accessible 24*7, from mobile phones and laptops both. And they have full length, chapter wise, and sectional tests so that students can check on their preparation and analyze their strong and weak points respectively.

  • Due to the pandemic, you are staying at home, and if you’re a CTET aspirant, then you know that being at home makes us lazy and there’s a lack of routine when it comes to studying. At home, we are surrounded by all sorts of distractions which makes it difficult to focus and prepare for a competitive exam that requires a proper preparation. So, joining the CTET Online coaching would be the best course of action as not only will it bring routine and will help you study with focus but it will also help you gain important resources like CTET Video Course, online mock test series, study notes, and other study material so that you can prepare better.

CTET Coaching at ClearExam

ClearExam provides Online CTET Coaching in Delhi to the aspirants who are looking to score well and get their CTET Eligibility Certificate. Even though we’re situated in Delhi, but we cater to students all over India. So, no matter what part of the country you belong to, if you’re preparing for CTET, we are here to help. 

We provide the students a structured and systematic way to prepare for it without any hassle. If you’re enrolled with us, then you don’t need to look anywhere else for any other resource that can aid you in your exam, we assure you that everything that you might require to crack your CTET exam with flying colors, ClearExam will make it happen.

Our team of expert faculty has years of experience teaching CTET students and having the best record of hundreds and thousands of selected students. They’re so familiar with the syllabus and paper pattern, that you don’t even need to study the whole book, they also provide notes along with the E-Books which will be more than sufficient to score well. And they’re always more than willing to clear your doubts.

After every class and even during the class, they give you time and resolve your doubts with utmost patience. In fact, they encourage the students to come up with questions and doubts so that the students can get conceptual clarity.

We want to give you your best chance at cracking that exam and for that ClearExam team makes continuous efforts to be better for the students. Our CTET Online coaching is designed according to this philosophy only “How can the student get the maximum benefit from this Coaching?” Our complete curriculum was improvised and updated to make it more convenient for the students.

Our live lecture time schedule is flexible and is in accordance with the other schedules of our students. We also provide the recorded lectures and they’re updated on a daily basis so that you don’t feel out of the loop when you attend the next class. We also prepared all the new study material to adapt to our online students so now everything they need is available online and is easily accessible.

Coming to one of the most important aspects of our online coaching is our batch size. No matter how many students enroll with us, we never increase the batch size. Our batch size consists of a maximum of 30 students and it never goes up.

Because we don’t believe in profit from fraud where we fill students in large numbers and no student can benefit from that. So, we believe that all our students should get individual attention so we don’t take students in bulk. We keep a certain number of admissions every session so that multiple batches run simultaneously but we never increase the batch size. This is one of our USP’s which makes ClearExam one of the best CTET Coachings in Delhi.

Moving forward, I’d like to inform you about our Our telegram group, which keeps you regularly updated with the latest news, updates, notifications, exam dates, and all sorts of important related information so that you don’t need to look on your own or worry about missing an important notification. Like, did you know that the validity of the CTET certificate is now for a lifetime, which used to be for 7 years before?

So, I’d just like to say that your career is important to us and that’s why our team, from management to faculty, all of us try our best to give the most beneficial experience to each student so that he/she may succeed in their goal and make us happy and proud. So, if you are passionate about becoming a teacher and are willing to put in your most sincere effort to prepare for CTET, then look no further because what can be better than one of the best CTET Coachings in Delhi to help you achieve your dream?

What's In The CTET 2021 Online Coaching Program?

  • Every Week Five Days Live classes by Experts

  • Study Material in form of E-books and Class Material after every class

  • Bi-Weekly Online MCQ Test, Recorded lectures and Previous year papers

  • Notes prepared by our expert team of faculty

  • Doubt Solving Sessions after every module

  • Dedicated Telegram Groups for regular exam-related updates

ClearExam’s Online Class Features

Our Mentors

At ClearExam, If we can assure you about one thing with our eyes closed, it would be our team of expert faculty. We know how important it is for you to qualify for that exam and we too want the same thing. Because the more people will pass out with flying colors from ClearExam, the more people will trust us with their career planning. We want what’s best for you, so we have done our proper R&D and have procured the best Faculty that is out there!

All of them have years of experience in teaching students for CTET and other teaching exams and glorified recommendations from hundreds and thousands of students who qualified in their respective competitive exams because of them. Their teaching methodology, temperament with their students, and ability to focus on each student astounds even us!

If you don’t believe my word, I’d insist you to go and take a couple of Online demo classes from them and let their talent and experience speak for itself.

So, here’s a little introduction of our beloved mentors who don’t see day or night when it comes to helping their students, be it doubt or anxiety, they are always there to give their full support.

1. Aarti Ma’am - CDP & Hindi Faculty

She is a dynamic and pragmatic personality with unwavering resolve, is passionate and professional, very good at making the learning process an enjoyable experience. With 10+ years of experience in coaching & training students.

2. Vishal Sir - Science & EVS Faculty

A warm and caring educator who wants all students to be successful learners and works to create a classroom atmosphere that is stimulating, encouraging, and adaptive to the varied needs of students. 7+ years of teaching experience.

3. Pradeep Sir - Social Science Faculty

A diligent educator with zeal and expertise in Social Science with 8+ years of teaching experience. Have tremendous Respect among students as numerous of them have scored Full marks in Social Science.

4. Munish Sir - Maths Faculty

An accommodating and versatile individual with the talent to develop inspiring hands-on lessons that will capture a student's imagination and breed success. 6+ years of teaching experience.

5. Mahajan Sir - English Faculty

10+ years experienced educator in the field of CTET, UGC-NET & other competitive exams. A real motivator for the students. He believes in creating interest in the subject among students. In his class, English is created & acquired, not taught.

Here’s All you need to know about CTET

In the year 2010, the NCTE, that is the National Council for Teacher Education, if you didn’t know, established a set of rules or guidelines you can say, which basically described the educational qualification criteria if you want to become a teacher. So, they came up with these guidelines which would decide if a person would be eligible for the teacher role or not.

So, CTET was established and then the duty fell upon the CBSE Board to make sure that this exam is conducted every year, two times. And so if you have given it a lot of thought and you have decided that you want to pursue teaching as a career then CTET is for you!

Though not to keep you in the dark or something like that, I should tell you that there’s also TET, but it limits you a bit, as in you can only get a job in state running school if you go for TET but with CTET you can go for both. Central and state.

So, coming back to the exam, CTET is conducted two times every year, in July and December. Which is an amazing opportunity for all the aspirants preparing for CTET as it gives you two chances of qualifying for the exam and you don’t have to waste a whole year waiting for another chance at it.

Now, if you didn’t know CTET is for those who want to teach the students from class 1st to 8th. There are two papers in CTET. Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both cater to different classes. That is, if you only want to teach the students of Class 1st to 5th, then you only need to give Paper 1. Similarly, if you want to only teach from 6th standard to 8th, then you need to give Paper 2.

And, If you’re one of those people who want to teach the students from class 1st to class 8th, then you can sit for both, Paper 1 and Paper 2, and voila, you are free to teach both of the sections!

Want to Appear for CTET? Here’s what you need to know

So, now that you know that the key that will open the door to all your dreams that are waiting for you, is the score on your CTET card, here’s all the important details you need to know in order to qualify for the exam with flying colors!

1. Application Form

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a lot of changes had to be made on how things will be done. So, now you can’t do the offline submission of the application form. You need to apply online for it. Candidates are advised to be ready with the soft copies of their photograph and signature before starting to fill the form. Also, don’t fill out the form multiple times, that way none of the forms will be accepted.

You will get a Registration number that will be generated when you fill the form, save it for future reference because it’ll be needed in instances such as during the window of Application Correction.

The application process for CTET includes filling the application form, uploading the essential documents, making the application fee payment, and printing the confirmation page. So, follow these steps to get it done right -

Step 1 - Visit the official website of CTET as the application form will be available there only. Link to the website - www.ctet.nic.in

Step 2 - Click on the ''Fill Online Application Form for CTET.'' As Offline mode is not allowed.

Step 3 -  If you are a new candidate, start with the online registration.

Step 4 - Fill the online application form.

Step 5 - Provide a valid e-mail Id and mobile number to get all related information via SMS or registered mail id.

Step 6 -  Upload the signature and the scanned clear passport photograph in JPG/JPEG format according to the authorized file size. Due to technical or any other issue, if the scanned photograph does not appear properly on the printout, applicants must send the mail with the registration details on the mail id given during the form filling process.

Step 7 - Pay the application fee mentioned in the form. The application fee will not be accepted via Money Order, Cheque, Pay Order, IPO, etc.

Step 8 - Submit the details. The form must be complete in all respects.

Step 9 - The confirmation page will be displayed.

Step 10 - Download the confirmation page and take a printout for future reference.

 

2. Are you Eligible to sit for CTET?

Before you go on filling the application form, find out if you’re eligible to sit for the CTET Exam or not. Check your Eligibility here -

Education Qualification for Classes 1-5: Primary Stage

Candidates go through the given points of class 1-5 educational qualification:

  • Candidates need to clear the senior secondary examination or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks and passed or appearing in the final year of the two-year Diploma in Elementary Education.

  • Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45% marks and passed or appearing in the final year of 2- year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known), by the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure), Regulations, 2002

  • Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in the final year of 4- year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed)

  • Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in the final year of 2- year Diploma in Education (Special Education)

  • Graduation with at least 50% marks and Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)

Educational Qualification  for Classes 6-8: Elementary Stage

Go through the given below detail of eligibility for class 6-8:

  • Graduation and passed or appearing in the final year of 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education.

  • Graduation with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed)

  • Graduation with at least 45% marks and passed or appearing in 1-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed), by the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure)

  • Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in the final year of 4- year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed)

  • Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in the final year of 4- year B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed

  • Graduation with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1-year B.Ed. (Special Education)

Marks Relaxation

Relaxation up to 5% in the qualifying marks in the minimum Educational Qualification for eligibility shall be allowed to the candidates belonging to reserved categories, such as SC/ST/OBC/Differently abled. 

Other important information related to CTET Eligibility

Here are some key points regarding the CTET eligibility requirements:

  • NCTE should recognize a diploma or degree course in teacher education. Diploma in education (special education) and B.Ed (special education) course should be recognized by the rehabilitation council of India (RCI).

  • The candidate with D.Ed (special education) has to undergo training. This is a course recognized by NCTE – 6 months of a special program in elementary education.

  • The educational qualification given above is for language, mathematics, social science, science, etc.

  • For a Physical Education teacher, the eligibility criteria should be referred from NCTE regulation, dated 03 November 2001.

  • For the teachers of art education, craft education, work education, home science, etc., the norms prescribed by the state government are applicable.

  • Candidate pursuing teachers education course recognized by NCTE is also eligible.

3. CTET Exam Pattern

As we have mentioned above, that there are two papers in CTET, Paper 1 for those who want to teach 1st to 5th standard and Paper 2 for those who want to go for 6th to 8th standard and those who wish to teach from 1st to 8th class can sit for both Papers. The duration of each paper is two hours and thirty minutes.

Paper 1 consists of 5 sections while Paper 2 consists of 4 sections. Candidates have to choose between Mathematics & Science and Social Studies in Paper 2.

So, the next important question that comes up is what do they ask in this exam? Well, here you go, check out the latest Exam pattern for the CTET Exam given below -

4. Marking Scheme for CTET

Both CTET Paper 1 and Paper 2 comprise 150 questions and 150 marks. There’s no negative marking in the exam, so that works in the favor of the candidate as when there’s no fear of negative marking, even if you’re unsure about any question, you can still answer it on the off chance that it could be right.

So, coming to how the 150 marks are divided between all the subjects, here’s the marking scheme for CTET, take a look!

  • CTET Marking Scheme for Paper 1

  • CTET Marking Scheme for Paper 2

5. Qualifying Marks for CTET Eligibility Certificate

If you’re now wondering that sure the exam is of 150 marks but how much do you need to score out of that 150 to qualify? Well, The minimum marks that you need to obtain in the CTET exam to get the CTET Eligibility certificate are mentioned below, so go ahead -

6. Exam Syllabus for CTET

CTET Syllabus is determined by CBSE comprising of Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1 and Language 2, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Both languages 1 and 2 are compulsory. There are two Papers in CTET with different Exam Patterns, difficulty level, and syllabus.

  • CTET Syllabus for Paper 1

Nature and Standard of Questions

  • The Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on the educational psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the age group of 6-11 years. They will focus on understanding the characteristics and needs of diverse learners, interaction with learners, and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.

  • The language I section will focus on the proficiencies related to the medium of instruction.

  • The Language II section will focus on the elements of language, communication, and comprehension abilities. Language II will be a language other than Language I. A candidate may choose any one language as Language I and another as Language II from the available language options and will be required to specify the same in the Confirmation Page.

  • Mathematics and Environmental Studies will focus on the concepts, problem-solving abilities, and pedagogical understanding of the subjects. In all these subject areas, the test items will be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject prescribed for classes I – V by the NCERT. 

  • The questions on topics covered throughout classes 1 to 5 will be asked in this paper. However, participants should note that the difficulty level of questions may be up to the secondary school level.

The important topics for each section are mentioned below:

  • CTET Syllabus for Paper 2

Nature and Standard of Questions

  • The Child Development and Pedagogy section will focus on the educational psychology of teaching and learning, relevant to the age group of 11-14 years. They will focus on understanding the characteristics, needs, and psychology of diverse learners, interaction with learners, the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.  

  • Language I & II section are the same as of Paper 1.

  • Mathematics and Science OR Social Studies/Social Science section will focus on the concepts, problem-solving abilities, and pedagogical understanding of the subjects. The test items of Mathematics and Science will be of 30 marks each while Social Science solely will carry 60 marks weightage. The test items will be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject as prescribed for classes VI-VIII by the NCERT.

  • The questions in the test for Paper-II will be based on the topics prescribed in the syllabus of the NCERT for classes VI-VIII but their difficulty standard, as well as aptitude level, could be up to the Senior Secondary stage.

The important topics for each section are mentioned below:

Preparation Tips for CTET Exam -

  • First and foremost, before starting the preparation, you need to have a time table or blueprint of your preparation plan so that you would know what kind of pace you need to keep.

  • Go through the syllabus in detail and make a plan according to the time you’ve left, so that you’d know how many hours of the day you need to study.

  • Give Mock Tests of the chapter you complete and also give full-length mock tests to see the level of the paper you’ll be sitting for. Tests will give you a fair idea of your strong and weak areas so that you can then work on them.

  • Instead of studying when the mood or inspiration strikes, fix a routine and stick to it. In starting you may feel like skipping on some days but keep motivating yourself and don’t stray from the routine. It’ll help you study and develop focus and you’ll also get a lot done!

  • Study the exam-pattern and the important topics according to their difficulty level in the exam.

  • Don’t miss your online lectures just because you’re at home. Treat it as the classroom lectures, Be attentive, ask questions, be aware of what the faculty is teaching, make notes.

  • Revise, Revise and Revise some more. The more you revise the concepts, the easier it’ll get to recall and remember those concepts in turn building your confidence.

  • If you have lots of time on your hand, then work on your weak areas, spend a good amount of time to clear your doubts, and get conceptual clarity on the topics that are most difficult for you.

  • Work on your strong areas more till you’re sure that you can tackle any question from that topic without any problem.

  • Take care of your health and eat well because if you’re hungry and sick, your preparation will take the brunt of it and you’ll end up feeling guilty.

  • Don’t cut off yourself from having fun. If you’ll tell yourself to not use your phone at all or not to watch a video or TV or talk to a friend, then you’ll end up doing just that much more than if you’d let yourself do fun things as a reward.

  • Set up a reward system for yourself. And if you achieve your goal for the day, go and reward yourself with an episode or two of your favorite series or some funny cat videos, you’ve earned it. That way, you can limit the time you spend with the fun things and get your study done so that you can feel good about it.

  • Do a 5-10 minute meditation if you need to focus and you’re not able to. It need not be in the morning, you can do it at any time of the day.

  • Take walks, or do some kind of exercise, that too will help you focus.

  • And last but not the least, on the day of your exam, relax and don’t panic. Remember that you can do it. Because you’ve been preparing for it.

Frequently Asked Questions

Well, I hope with this article you have got all the information you might need related to the CTET exam, but if you still have any questions or doubts, please feel free to check out the FAQ for answers.

  1. Where can I get the CTET online application?

Ans: The CTET online form can be found on the official website - http://ctet.nic.in/ Candidates should go through the official notification to know about the vacancies available and the eligibility criteria for relevant posts before applying for the exam.

  1. Who is conducting authority of the CTET?

Ans: CTET is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The conducting body is responsible for all the processes related to the examination including results.

  1. Is CTET the only important factor for the recruitment of a teacher?

Ans: For those candidates who wish to teach in Central Schools, India, the qualifying CTET exam is mandatory. However, these candidates need to possess other factors as well to be considered for the job.

  1. What is the frequency of CTET conducted in a year?

Ans: CTET is conducted twice a year. CTET will be conducted in June & December.

  1. Will CTET 2021 be conducted as an online exam or as an offline exam?

Ans: CTET is a pen and paper exam, i.e., CTET 2021 will be conducted in offline mode.

  1. What is the exam pattern CTET 2021?

Ans: The exam will have two papers, Paper-1 and Paper 2. Questions asked in both the CTET exam papers will be multiple choice based objective type questions. Both the papers will have 150 questions asked for a total of 150 marks and the allotted time duration for each paper will be 150 mins (2.5 hrs). There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.

  1. How long will I be given to fill out the online CTET form?

Ans: The online CTET application form will be released three months before the exam and will be available to applicants for one month. Candidates need to make a note of all the important dates related to the examination and make sure that they complete all the relevant processes before the specified last date.

  1. What are the CTET fees?

Ans:

  • The CTET fees for only Paper I or II:

    • General/OBC- INR 1000/-

    • SC/ST/PwD- INR 500/-

  • CTET fees for both Paper-I and II

    • General/OBC – INR 1200/-

    • SC/ST/PwD- INR 600/-

  1. What is the CTET exam?

Ans: CTET ( Central Teacher Eligibility Test ) is conducted to recruit candidates for teaching profiles all across the country by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), India. The government of India introduced the CTET Exam to improve or bring new standards in teaching. The exam is based on the National Curriculum Framework. Only graduates can apply for this exam.

  1. How many times does the CTET exam is conducted in a year?

Ans: The exam is conducted 2 times a year. It is conducted in July and December. There is no limit on the number of attempts for this exam. Candidates can appear for the CTET exam as many times as they want. Moreover, no age limit means candidates can take the test at any age.

  1.  I have already cleared my CTET exam. Can I apply again for the exam?

Ans: Yes, you can apply. There is no maximum or minimum limit to appear for the exam. Both qualified or non-qualified candidates can appear for the exam every year without any restrictions. All the eligible candidates can apply for the exam.

  1.  How can I get the exam center of my choice for CTET?

Ans: CTET exam centers are allotted as per the city preferences mentioned by the candidate in his/her application form. The authorities provide the exam center within the cities mentioned by the candidates.

  1.  What is the major syllabus for CTET 2021?

Ans: CTET 2021 syllabus comprises important topics from subjects such as Child Development and Pedagogy, CTET Language-I & Language-II, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Science, and Social Sciences.

  1.  What is the marking scheme for CTET Paper I & II?

Ans: No negative marking will be there in the paper. And there are 150 questions where you get 1 mark for 1 correct answer.

  1. Which candidates can apply for Ctet Paper 1?

Ans: To be eligible for CTET Paper 1, you must have passed 12th with minimum required aggregate along with a degree or diploma in elementary education. There are no age restrictions, however, the minimum age must be 18 years. 

  1.  I have completed nios d.el.ed in 70% mark and govt. primary teacher. Can I be eligible to apply for the CTET examination?

Ans: Yes you are very much eligible to apply on the condition that you have scored a minimum of 45% at the 12th level. As you have a Diploma in education, you are required to undergo an NCTE recognized 6 months special program in elementary education.

  1. how to make corrections in ctet form?

Ans: Refer to the official website of CBSE CTET and tap on the link to the CTET application form. Candidates are supposed to navigate to the application correction button and click on it.

  1. What is the CTET's Official Website?

Ans: CTET’s official website is https://ctet.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx

  1. What is the role of CTET in the recruitment of a teacher?

Ans: CTET certificate is the minimum eligibility for a central government teaching job, it is like a bonus to your profile. After CTET certificates candidates can apply for all Central Government Teaching jobs like KVS, NVS Army Teacher, ERDO, etc.

  1. I have passed 12 with 70%marks and pursuing a Diploma in computer science (3rd year). Can I apply for the CTET and TET exam?

Ans: Unfortunately you are not eligible for CTET and TET exam, you need to have a Diploma in Elementary Education as well along with 12th qualification

  1. Can I appear in the CTET exam? I am doing a 2-year B.Ed course.

Ans: Yes, you can appear in the CTET exam

  1. Do kindergarten teachers have to appear for the CTET exam?

Ans: In case you want to work as a teacher in a government school, you must apply for the CTET exam.

  1. Can a person pass the CTET exam to become a teacher in state government schools?

Ans: Yes, if you clear the CTET exam conducted by CBSE you can become a Primary or Secondary school teacher in CBSE Schools, Government Schools, and the state schools accepting the CTET certificate which is valid for 7 years.

  1. Can I take the CTET exam if I have an MTech?

Ans: No you can't give the CTET exam, in case you have not completed an additional course B. Ed or 2-year Diploma In Elementary Education

  1. Is it important to do a B.Ed after completing a master’s degree to appear for the CTET exam?

Ans: Candidates are supposed to meet different eligibility conditions needed to apply for a Primary or Elementary Teacher.  In case you are a graduate and hold a Diploma in Elementary Education, then you can apply for the CTET exam.

  1. Is there any grace mark provision in the CTET exam?

Ans: Yes, primary teacher posts get grace marks in the Common Entrance Test so that they can get a government school. 

  1. Can I take the CTET exam if I am in the final year of a BSc?

Ans: Candidates must have cleared Senior Secondary or equivalent exam with at least 50% marks.

  1. What are the languages in the CTET exam?

Ans: CTET examination is conducted in 20 languages including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bangla, Garo, Gujarati, Kanada, Khasi, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Mizo, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan & Urdu.

  1. What is the difference between the TSSE exam and the CTET exam?

Ans: CTET is an eligibility test taken by the Central Board of Secondary Education two times a year. This exam is taken by the teachers who want to get jobs in all centrally-run government schools like KVS and NVS while the TSSE exam is given by the candidates who want to work as teachers at educational organizations and institutions.

30. Can I take the KVS exam without the CTET exam?

Ans: In case you have a B. Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University, you can apply for the KVS exam. In case you meet other minimum eligibility criteria as well, you can give the KVS exam.

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Where can I get the CTET online application?

The CTET online form can be found on the official website - http://ctet.nic.in/ Candidates should go through the official notification to know about the vacancies available and the eligibility criteria for relevant posts before applying for the exam.

Who is conducting authority of the CTET?

CTET is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The conducting body is responsible for all the processes related to the examination including results.

Is CTET the only important factor for the recruitment of a teacher?

For those candidates who wish to teach in Central Schools, India, the qualifying CTET exam is mandatory. However, these candidates need to possess other factors as well to be considered for the job.

What is the frequency of CTET conducted in a year?

CTET is conducted twice a year. CTET will be conducted in June & December

Will CTET 2021 be conducted as an online exam or as an offline exam?

CTET is a pen and paper exam, i.e., CTET 2021 will be conducted in offline mode.

What is the exam pattern CTET 2021?

The exam will have two papers, Paper-1 and Paper 2. Questions asked in both the CTET exam papers will be multiple choice based objective type questions. Both the papers will have 150 questions asked for a total of 150 marks and the allotted time duration for each paper will be 150 mins (2.5 hrs). There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.

How long will I be given to fill out the online CTET form?

The online CTET application form will be released three months before the exam and will be available to applicants for one month. Candidates need to make a note of all the important dates related to the examination and make sure that they complete all the relevant processes before the specified last date.

What are the CTET fees?

  • The CTET fees for only Paper I or II:

  • General/OBC- INR 1000/-

  • SC/ST/PwD- INR 500/-
  • CTET fees for both Paper-I and II

  • General/OBC – INR 1200/-

  • SC/ST/PwD- INR 600/-

What is the CTET exam?

CTET ( Central Teacher Eligibility Test ) is conducted to recruit candidates for teaching profiles all across the country by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), India. The government of India introduced the CTET Exam to improve or bring new standards in teaching. The exam is based on the National Curriculum Framework. Only graduates can apply for this exam.

How many times does the CTET exam is conducted in a year?

The exam is conducted 2 times a year. It is conducted in July and December. There is no limit on the number of attempts for this exam. Candidates can appear for the CTET exam as many times as they want. Moreover, no age limit means candidates can take the test at any age.

I have already cleared my CTET exam. Can I apply again for the exam?

Yes, you can apply. There is no maximum or minimum limit to appear for the exam. Both qualified or non-qualified candidates can appear for the exam every year without any restrictions. All the eligible candidates can apply for the exam.

How can I get the exam center of my choice for CTET?

CTET exam centers are allotted as per the city preferences mentioned by the candidate in his/her application form. The authorities provide the exam center within the cities mentioned by the candidates.

What is the major syllabus for CTET 2021?

CTET 2021 syllabus comprises important topics from subjects such as Child Development and Pedagogy, CTET Language-I & Language-II, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Science, and Social Sciences.

What is the marking scheme for CTET Paper I & II?

No negative marking will be there in the paper. And there are 150 questions where you get 1 mark for 1 correct answer.

Which candidates can apply for Ctet Paper 1?

To be eligible for CTET Paper 1, you must have passed 12th with minimum required aggregate along with a degree or diploma in elementary education. There are no age restrictions, however, the minimum age must be 18 years. 

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