The Central Board of Secondary Education in Delhi carries out the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) in accordance with the guidelines established by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, from India.
What is CTET The CTET exam is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) twice a year. However, according to media reports, the teacher eligibility test will now only be done once a year.
There will be two copies of CTET test in the exam, namely Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates wishing to deliver I-V classes must submit paper I, while document II must be awarded by applicants wishing to be eligible to deliver classes VI to VIII.
The CTET 2017 review template is such that applicants must attempt multiple-choice questions.
Candidates are advised that to be eligible as teachers for grades I through VIII, applicants must pass the teacher eligibility test (TET) that is conducted by the appropriate government in accordance with guidelines established by the National Council of the teachers. Education (NCTE).
“According to NCTE Notification No. 76-4 / 2010 / NCTE / Acad Dated 11.02.2011: a person who obtains 60% or more of the TET exam will be considered a TFW,” reports the official website.
Test dates for CTET 2017 have not yet been declared. However, last year, the review was conducted on February 21 and September 18, 2016.