SRINAGAR: Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) conducted by CBSE for determining a candidate's eligibility for appointment as a teacher for classes I to VIII scheduled earlier was postponed in the State of Jammu and Kashmir due to the situation of floods.
However, Central Board of Secondary Education has released a notification announcing the revised exam schedule for aspirants from Srinagar Centre.
Following are the dates for CTET- SEPT 2014 exam to be conducted at centre city Srinagar:
Paper II- November 16, 2014 for a duration of 2:30 hours from 9:30-12:00 hours
Paper I- November 16, 2014 for a duration of 2:30 hours from 14:00-16:30 hours
As per the notice released on the official website, the board will will upload the Admit Cards of the candidates registered for the Srinagar Centre City on the CTET website. The candidates may visit CTET website www.ctet.nic.in to download their online Admit Cards and appear for the Examination at the designated centre. The candidates can also appear in the examination on their earlier downloaded admit cards. No Admit cards will be issued separately by the Board. These are to be downloaded only, by the candidates.
One essential qualifications for appointment as a teacher in any of the schools referred to in clause (N) of section 2 of the RTE Act is that the candidate should pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) conducted in accordance with the guidelines framed by the NCTE.
All questions in CTET test will be Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four alternatives out of which one answer will be correct. There will be no negative marking.
There will be two papers of CTET.
(i) Paper I will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes I to V.
(ii) Paper II will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes VI to VIII.
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