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CTET 2017

CTET 2017 Exam is being conducted to recruit candidates for Teaching Profile all across the country. CTET 2017 Notification will be released by Central Board of Secondary Education shortly. CTET or Central Teacher Eligibility Test gives candidate an opportunity to join central Government Schools such as NVS/KVS/Tibetan Schools etc. as a teacher. States that do not conduct TET Exam select candidates through CTET Examination. It was notified earlier that CTET Examination will be conducted twice a year.

Let’s have a look at the complete detail about CTET 2017 Exam:

CTET 2017 Notification

CTET 2017 Notification is expected to be released in the month of September. Every detail regarding CTET 2017 examination will be available in the official notification released by CBSE. Candidates will get to know about CTET 2017 Exam Dates, CTET 2017 Syllabus, CTET 2017 Eligibility Criteria etc. through CTET 2017 Official Notification. Candidates are requested to visit this site constantly to remain updated about CTET 2017.

CTET 2017 Goes Online, Major Changes Expected

As per the recent reports, CBSE - the conducting body of CTET, has decided to hold the exam in online mode. Till last year, the exam was conducted in the traditional pen-paper mode. Apart from the change of mode of conduct, drastic changes are anticipated in the CTET exam pattern and selection criteria. Though, no official notification has been released conveying the changes.

CTET 2017 Exam Dates

CBSE is yet to release official notification for CTET 2017 notifying the tentative or exact Exam Dates for CTET 2017 Exam. Candidates will be notified with the CTET 2017 Exam Dates once the official notification releases.

CTET 2017 Exam Pattern

CTET 2017 will be conducted in two phases:

Paper I is conducted for candidates who aspire to become teacher for Class I to V and Paper II is conducted for candidates who aspire to become teacher for Class VI to VIII. Candidates also have the option to apply for both Paper I and Paper II. Questions asked in both Paper I and Paper II are Objective Multiple Choice Questions. Paper is bilingual, i.e. in both English and Hindi. A candidate is required to score minimum 60% to qualify CTET 2017 Exam. One major thing to note is that the score of CTET is valid for 7 years after the result has been declared for the same by CBSE.

Let’s have a look at detailed Exam Pattern for CTET 2017:

Paper I

Subject Number of Questions Total Marks
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Total 150 150

Paper II

Subject Number of Questions Total Marks
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Social Science/Mathematics & Science 60 60
Total 150 150

CTET 2017 Application Fee

Candidates can apply for CTET 2017 Exam by logging in to the official website of CTET after the notification for the same has been released. A candidate belonging to either General or OBC category is required to pay Rs. 600/- (if applying for either Paper I or Paper II) and Rs. 1000/- (if applying for both the papers). The same amount is reduced to Rs. 300/- (if applying for either Paper I or Paper II) and Rs. 500/- (if applying for both the papers) for candidates belonging to SC/ST category.

CTET 2017 Syllabus

The syllabus of CTET 2017 is really vast. It focuses mainly on Child Development & Pedagogy and concept of education in schools. Language is one section a candidate needs to be master in to clear CTET 2017 exam. Apart from that Mathematics, Science/Environmental Science are also major sections that a candidate needs to focus on to ace CTET 2017 Exam.

CTET 2017 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility Criteria is different for selecting candidates to the post of Teacher for Classes I-V and for Classes VI-VIII. Let’s look at the Educational Qualification Required by Candidates for both these sections:

Educational Qualification for Classes I-V

Educational Qualification for Classes VI-VIII

CTET 2017 Admit Card

The admit card/call letter for CTET 2017 exam will be uploaded on the website after the application process is completed. Candidates are required to download the CTET 2017 admit card from its official website. Admit Card will be released separately for candidates applying for Paper I, Paper II, for both Paper I and Paper II.

CTET 2017 Results

The declaration of results will be done by CBSE after the examination of CTET is conducted.

CTET 2017 Cut-Off

The candidates appearing in CTET will be issued Marks Statement. The Candidates securing 60% (General) and above marks will be issued Eligibility Certificate.

School Managements (Government, Local bodies, Government aided and unaided) may consider giving concessions to the person belonging to SC/ST, OBC, differently abled persons, etc., in accordance with their extant reservation policy.

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CTET 2017

CTET 2017 Exam is being conducted to recruit candidates for Teaching Profile all across the country. CTET 2017 Notification will be released by Central Board of Secondary Education shortly. CTET or Central Teacher Eligibility Test gives candidate an opportunity to join central Government Schools such as NVS/KVS/Tibetan Schools etc. as a teacher. States that do not conduct TET Exam select candidates through CTET Examination. It was notified earlier that CTET Examination will be conducted twice a year.

Let’s have a look at the complete detail about CTET 2017 Exam:

CTET 2017 Notification

CTET 2017 Notification is expected to be released in the month of September. Every detail regarding CTET 2017 examination will be available in the official notification released by CBSE. Candidates will get to know about CTET 2017 Exam Dates, CTET 2017 Syllabus, CTET 2017 Eligibility Criteria etc. through CTET 2017 Official Notification. Candidates are requested to visit this site constantly to remain updated about CTET 2017.

CTET 2017 Goes Online, Major Changes Expected

As per the recent reports, CBSE - the conducting body of CTET, has decided to hold the exam in online mode. Till last year, the exam was conducted in the traditional pen-paper mode. Apart from the change of mode of conduct, drastic changes are anticipated in the CTET exam pattern and selection criteria. Though, no official notification has been released conveying the changes.

CTET 2017 Exam Dates

CBSE is yet to release official notification for CTET 2017 notifying the tentative or exact Exam Dates for CTET 2017 Exam. Candidates will be notified with the CTET 2017 Exam Dates once the official notification releases.

CTET 2017 Exam Pattern

CTET 2017 will be conducted in two phases:

Paper I is conducted for candidates who aspire to become teacher for Class I to V and Paper II is conducted for candidates who aspire to become teacher for Class VI to VIII. Candidates also have the option to apply for both Paper I and Paper II. Questions asked in both Paper I and Paper II are Objective Multiple Choice Questions. Paper is bilingual, i.e. in both English and Hindi. A candidate is required to score minimum 60% to qualify CTET 2017 Exam. One major thing to note is that the score of CTET is valid for 7 years after the result has been declared for the same by CBSE.

Let’s have a look at detailed Exam Pattern for CTET 2017:

Paper I

Subject Number of Questions Total Marks
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Total 150 150

Paper II

Subject Number of Questions Total Marks
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Social Science/Mathematics & Science 60 60
Total 150 150

CTET 2017 Application Fee

Candidates can apply for CTET 2017 Exam by logging in to the official website of CTET after the notification for the same has been released. A candidate belonging to either General or OBC category is required to pay Rs. 600/- (if applying for either Paper I or Paper II) and Rs. 1000/- (if applying for both the papers). The same amount is reduced to Rs. 300/- (if applying for either Paper I or Paper II) and Rs. 500/- (if applying for both the papers) for candidates belonging to SC/ST category.

CTET 2017 Syllabus

The syllabus of CTET 2017 is really vast. It focuses mainly on Child Development & Pedagogy and concept of education in schools. Language is one section a candidate needs to be master in to clear CTET 2017 exam. Apart from that Mathematics, Science/Environmental Science are also major sections that a candidate needs to focus on to ace CTET 2017 Exam.

Know the detailed syllabus of CTET 2017 Exam

CTET 2017 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility Criteria is different for selecting candidates to the post of Teacher for Classes I-V and for Classes VI-VIII. Let’s look at the Educational Qualification Required by Candidates for both these sections:

Educational Qualification for Classes I-V

Educational Qualification for Classes VI-VIII

CTET 2017 Admit Card

The admit card/call letter for CTET 2017 exam will be uploaded on the website after the application process is completed. Candidates are required to download the CTET 2017 admit card from its official website. Admit Card will be released separately for candidates applying for Paper I, Paper II, for both Paper I and Paper II.

CTET 2017 Results

The declaration of results will be done by CBSE after the examination of CTET is conducted.

CTET 2017 Cut-Off

The candidates appearing in CTET will be issued Marks Statement. The Candidates securing 60% (General) and above marks will be issued Eligibility Certificate.

School Managements (Government, Local bodies, Government aided and unaided) may consider giving concessions to the person belonging to SC/ST, OBC, differently abled persons, etc., in accordance with their extant reservation policy.