CTET 2014 Admit cards Released : Download at ctet.nic.in/ctetapp/online/admitcardlogin.aspx

CTET

CTET Admit cards Released

CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) is the test conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education Delhi to the teachers. This examination will be held on 16th February 2014 for the persons to be appointed as a teacher for Classes I to VIII. Admit cards are released to download.

Delhi: CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) is the test conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education Delhi to the teachers. This examination will be held on 16th February 2014 for the persons to be appointed as a teacher for Classes I to VIII. Government made CTET examination compulsory to the teachers who will teach the class from Class I to Class VIII. Admit cards for this examination released.

CTET is conducted in the objective pattern. In this examination candidate’s knowledge in Environmental science, Mathematics and English will be tested. There are two papers in CTET examination. Teachers who clears paper I will get eligibility certificate to teach Class I to Class V. If teachers want to teach till Class VIII they have to clear Paper II also. A candidate who clears both papers I and Paper II they are eligible to teach from Class I to Class VIII.

It is essential to have the admit card to write the examination. Procedure to download the admit cards.

  • Log on to ctet.nic.in/ctetapp/online/admitcardlogin.aspx
  • Enter the Registration Number
  • Enter the Date of Birth
  • Then Submit
  • Admit card will appear on the screen. Take a print out of the admit card.
  • Click here to go directly to the link of the admit cards.

In case of any queries relating to Photograph, signature in the admit card then contact immediately at Central Board of Secondary Education. Candidates who have successfully cleared this examination will get eligible to act as a teacher at schools owned and managed by the state Government or Local bodies, Unaided private schools, schools under the administrative control of NCT Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Daman & Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Chandigarh and schools of the central government such as Central Tibetan school, NVS, KVS etc.