CTET, or Central Teacher Eligibility Test, is a national-level exam conducted in India by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It is conducted to determine the eligibility of candidates for appointment as teachers. CTET takes place twice a year and is for teachers who want to teach from classes 1-8.
The two types of CTET exams include Paper 1, and Paper 2. Paper 1 is given by the candidates who’re planning to teach from classes 1-5. Candidates who’re planning to teach from classes 5-8 appear for paper 2.
The mode of examination for the CTET is offline, and it is conducted for 150 minutes. Languages used in the test include English and Hindi. CTET is conducted in over 112 cities across India. The admit card for the exam gets released around three weeks before the date of the exam.
Candidates can download it from the official website. The Admit Card is a mandatory document to get permitted at the centre. It contains all the vital information about the candidate, like Name, identification, exam date, time, address, etc.
To be eligible for the CTET, a candidate must have passed 10+2 with a minimum of 45% aggregate marks to qualify for appointment as a primary stage teacher. Candidates are also required to complete the teacher training programs prescribed to them.