CTET Exam 2015-16
CTET exam is the Central Teacher Eligibility Test for the willing candidates in CBSE associated schools or central govt. schools.
CTET certificate is necessary to qualify for those who wanted to be a teacher for classes 1st to 8th in a central govt. school, while the CBSE associated schools may appoint teachers on CTET basis or the test organized by the states of the country. Delhi Govt. has also started to follow CTET in the appointment of teachers in govt. as well as aided schools.
CBSE- Central Board of Secondary Education wishes to invite willing candidates for the correction in online application form of CTET July, 2013.For correction candidates have to enter registration no., given in website for CTET. Candidates are advised for the reprinting of the correction slip.
CTET is going to be held this year on 28th July, 2013 for class I to class VIII.
Application Criteria: CTET qualified candidates can implement in Central Govt. schools (NVS, Tibetan, KVS Schools etc) & schools which are under the authoritative control of UT of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu & NCT of Delhi. They may also claim in the private schools which are unaided & give preference to CTET.
This year (2013) the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has increased the time span of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET ) 2013 from 1:30 hrs to 2:30 hrs. Read more at recruitmentdetails.com .The Entrance Exam is organized in 2 phases. Paper I from 9:30 am till 12 noon. Paper II will be started from 2:00 pm till 4:30pm.
Note: The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India has allocated the authority of organizing the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) to the CBSE, Delhi.
Candidates can submit online application form via website of CBSE www.ctet.nic.in or www.cbse.nic.in from 15 Mar., 2013 to 16 Apr., 2013.
Course Structure: Questions in CTET test are of objective type, having 1 mark each. There is no negative marking. There are 2 papers of CTET:
Paper I is to be attended by those candidates who are interested in I to V (classes) teaching.
Paper II is to be attended by those candidates who are interested in VI to VIII (classes) teaching.
The paper is made of 150 ques.
Child Development & Pedagogy - 30 marks
Language I - 30 marks 3
Language - II - 30 marks
Mathematics - 30 marks
Env. Studies - 30 marks
CTET is used for Central Teacher Eligibility Test that is held by CBSE- Central Board of Secondary Education. The test is compulsory & crucial for those willing & determined teachers who are interested to join Central Govt. Schools such as NVS/ KVS/ Tibetan School. States where State TET- State Teacher Eligibility Test is not organized can apply the CTET marks for the appointment of willing teachers.