CTET: CBSE has issued guidelines regarding CTET. The candidates who are going to appear in this examination must read these guidelines. CTET exam is to be conducted by CBSE on 28 and 29 December. This exam will be organized in 243 cities. This time the number of exam cities and centers has been increased. So that it can be ensured that the candidates have to travel at least. Apart from this, more centers have also been made to follow the rule of social distance during the examination. More than 2.59 lakh candidates are expected to appear in this exam.
Before leaving for the exam, the candidates must keep their admit card with them. You will not be allowed to take the exam without the admit card. Apart from this, you should also check your name, photo etc. information on the admit card. Candidates also have to bring one proof of admit card along with them. Candidates can bring Aadhaar Card, Driving License, Voter ID Card. Apart from this, candidates can bring their own water bottle, mask, sanitizer etc.
Carrying of electronic devices is prohibited
Candidates appearing for CTET Paper 1 should reach the examination center by 7:30 am. Whereas, candidates appearing for CTET Paper II are advised to reach the exam hall by 12 noon. Candidates are not allowed to carry any kind of electronic device like smart watch, bluetooth, headphones etc. to the exam center.
How many marks are required
To pass the CTET the candidate needs to obtain 60 percent marks out of 150 marks. While the cut-off for reserved category candidates is 55 per cent. Which is approximately equal to 82 marks out of 150. Candidates who pass Part-1 exam will be eligible to teach class 1 to 5. While the candidates who pass the Part-2 exam will be able to teach classes 6 to 8.
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