CTET stands for Central Teacher Eligibility Test. It is for all those who want to compete for the teaching positions. So, the aspirants looking for a teaching post at the center needs to clear this particular test. Moreover, all the central government schools fill their teaching positions through it.
Further, the test is under the RTE Act and was in the notification in 2010 through the NCTE board. The notification says that this test is vital if one wants to teach from classes 1st to 8th.
It makes the process simple and efficient. Moreover, it brings talent from across the spectrum and utilizes them in a proper manner.
The CTET results for 2016 came out on 7 November 2016(Monday). However, the general trend is to release the results once the test is over by October. In the year 2016, the CTET result came a bit late. The CTET of 2016 was in September.
The user can keep up to date with the latest by visiting the site. As soon as the CTET result is out. The CTET conducting authority dispatches the mark sheet. All the documents which are in need are available through this dispatch.
- The test takes place twice a year in May and September.
- Moreover, the results are out within a month. Although, sometimes there could be a delay.
- Therefore, the aspirants need to visit the website from time to time.
The exam is a national level test. Moreover, it has a national appeal. Therefore, the test is stiff and intense as well. The aspirants prepare for it with diligence. Moreover, it a years’ effort rather than of a few months.
Steps to Check CTET Result
As this exam is a popular exam in demand. All the aspect regarding the results becomes a hot news. The aspirants are eager to get their results as fast as possible. This leads to anxiety and frustration.
Although in this section we will discuss the accurate steps. These steps will help the aspirants to land on the results website. Moreover, in a simple step by step manner, the aspirant can access the results without any hassle. Please follow the below-mentioned steps.
- To check result please visit this website. The latest results on display are of September 2016. So all those who gave exams in October 2016 can view their results online.
- Once on the page please input the correct roll number. Incorrect roll number will display an error message.
- After seeing the result please download it. To keep it safe offline please also take a printout.
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The result that user sees on the website is for information purpose. The online result is quick to access. However, one thing to note is that the results are not final. Moreover, if there is any error in results online then the CTET is not liable for it.
The aspirants need to take the CTET results with care. They need to wait for proper mark sheet to consider the results as final. However, it is rare to find any error in the online mode. However, to keep things future proof it is a careful step.
CTET Admit Card 2017
The aspirants can download the admit card from 10th July 2017 (Monday) onwards. The admit card is available on the website one month before the test. The aspirant will not enter the exam hall without it.
The aspirant needs to visit the center on time. So, that there are no delays. If there is a misprint in the admit card, please inform the office. This would make sure that the process is smooth and accurate.
Moreover, if any particular is wrong and the user did not bring it up. In that case, the user is liable. The particulars in regards to name and address are the vital data. If there is wrong data on admit card, then please correct it with the help of the office staff.
The photo and signature mistakes need to brought in front too. So, that there is no hassle in future. In all these situations the office staff of CTET will help the aspirants.
If the issues are not resolving according to the rule. Moreover, there is a delay and impacting the test date. In that case, the aspirant can approach the Assistant Secretary, CTET Unit. The aspirant can make a formal complaint during the office hours from 10 am to 5 pm.
CTET Apply Online
The aspirants can apply online for the CTET. To do this they need to visit the website and follow the correct steps. This way the aspirant can ensure a better way to submit the application.
Moreover, the aspirant needs to familiarize themselves with the eligibility criteria. As for both the primary and elementary classes teaching position is separate.
It is vital to keep in mind the important dates. The aspirant cannot miss the dates as it will hamper the test process. So, it is advisable to note down the different dates. Moreover, memorize the registration and test date.
The first test of 2017 is due for May 2017. The online application will commence by April 2017 along with the fee pay period. The last shot to correct the form details is by May 2017.
The exam timings for May 2017 are in two sessions. One is in the morning from 9:30 am till 12:30 noon. The aspirant will attempt the paper 2 at this phase. At last, there is post noon session from 2 pm till 4:30 pm. This phase is for the paper 1.
Steps to follow for CTET Registration
- First, go to the website of CTET.
- Then the user needs to click on Proceed to Apply Online.
- After this click on the CTET registration button.
- Once completing the registration part, the user will have the Registration number and the ID along with the password.
- After this, the user can click on the proceed button to fill further details.
After getting the registration number the aspirant needs to upload the photo and signature. Once those steps are complete the aspirant needs to submit the fee the for the test. The fee varies according to the category of the aspirant.
For the general category the fee is INR 600/- and for the SC/ST category, the fee is INR 300/-. At last, before the final submission, the aspirant needs to review the data put in the form.
Once each detail is thorough and correct. The aspirant can click on the final submission button. After which, the aspirant will have the confirmation page. The aspirant can take a print out and keep it for further reference.
The following aspirants are eligible to appear for the CTET for Class 1-5 teaching positions.
Aspirants who are senior secondary or equivalent with at least 50% marks. Moreover, all those who have a 2-year diploma in elementary education.
Aspirants who have 45% in senior secondary plus are appearing in the final year of 2- year elementary education diploma. This is applicable for those who fall under the NCTE, regulations of 2002.
Aspirants with senior secondary education with 50% marks and appearing in the final year of 4-year B.Ed. or passed.
Moreover, the aspirants who have 50% marks plus passed or appearing in the final year of 2 – year diploma. In education in the special education program are also eligible.
Aspirants who are graduates are also eligible. However, they need to pass or are appearing in the final year of two-year diploma in elementary education.
The eligibility for the classes 6 to 8 are as follows.
Aspirants need to have a graduation degree. Moreover, a diploma in elementary education whether a 2 year or one-year course. The senior secondary aspirants can also apply. However, they need to have the 4 year B.Ed.
CTET 2016 Answer key
The aspirants who are looking to apply for 2017 CTET can make use of 2016 CTET answer keys. The answer keys are available for all to download. Moreover, answer keys will help in better preparation.
The answer keys for paper 1 and paper 2 are up on the CTET website. This would add immense importance in planning for the 2017 test. The CTET being a competitive exam follows a similar pattern. The answer keys will help to determine the correct answers for frequent types of questions.
The aspirants can make use of this resource and bring the best out of their hard work. The test is tough because of its popularity and appeal. Therefore, it is vital that the aspirants make use of all the resources that are available.
Moreover, the answer keys are from the CTET itself. Therefore, it is the final source to check the correct options to difficult questions.