CTET June 2020

Nupur Kaushik Updated On: 03 Jan, 2020 12:32 IST

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About CTET 2020 (June)

CTET 2020 exam is conducted to determine the eligibility of aspiring teachers. Candidates who clear the CTET exam will be declared eligible for taking up teaching posts for Classes I - VIII in various schools across the country. CTET exam is divided into two papers, i.e., Paper I & II. While the Paper I exam of CTET is conducted for primary teachers, Paper-II exam of CTET is conducted for high school teachers. Qualifying CTET is mandatory to appear for teacher recruitment exams conducted by Kendriya Vidyalayas or central government schools. Apart from CTET, various states conduct the TET (Teacher Eligibility Test), which is confined to a particular state.

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CTET (June) 2020 Eligibility Criteria

CTET eligibility 2020 for June exam will be specified by CBSE in the official CTET information brochure. For the benefit of candidates, CTET eligibility norms or guidelines have been explained in a simple manner. Only those candidates who satisfy the CTET eligibility criteria are eligible to submit the CTET application form. All ...

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CTET (June) 2020 Preparation Strategy with Timetable

According to Henry David Thoreau, ‘Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it’. In order to crack the toughest exam like CTET in the first attempt, you should be very busy with exam preparation. Dedication, hard work and determination always pay off. ‘Opportunities do ...

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CTET (June) 2020 Exam Pattern

As per the official CTET information brochure released by CBSE, there are no major or minor changes in the exam pattern of CTET. The CTET exam pattern for June 2020 is similar to previous editions of the exam. In order to help the candidates, we have simplified all the details about ...

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CTET (June) 2020 Syllabus

Candidates appearing for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) that is scheduled to be held in July 2020 should have a complete knowledge and understanding of the CTET 2020 syllabus and CTET 2020 exam pattern. Candidates should note that CTET consists of two papers - Paper I and Paper II and the questions in ...

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Best Books for CTET 2020

CTET 2020 is conducted on a national level to recruit teachers at the primary and elementary level in central government schools across India. This year, CTET 2020 is scheduled to be held in the month of June 2020 in offline mode. Candidates studying for the entrance exam should take help from best CTET ...

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CTET 2020 Coaching Institutes

CTET coaching institutes will be considered as an additional tool or support for the CTET aspirants so that they can prepare and perform better than their regular studies. CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) is one of the popular entrance exams that is scheduled to be conducted in June 2020.For ...

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CTET (June) Application Form 2020

All the candidates who are planning to appear for CTET (June) 2020 session and wish to know how to fill CTET (June) application form 2020 have landed on the right page. The application form of CTET (June) is going to be issued from February 2020 by CBSE for all the ...

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CTET (June) 2020 Admit Card

CBSE CTET admit card for the June 2020 session will be released in June 2020. All the candidates who have registered for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test will have to download the admit card now. A direct link to download the CTET admit card has been updated here and this page is ...

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CTET 2019 (December) Paper Analysis (Live Updates)

CTET December 2019 has been conducted on December 08, 2019, and the Paper I as well as Paper II exam analysis of CTET has been updated here. The candidates can check CTET exam analysis 2019, question paper review and video exam analysis here. 

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CTET (June) 2020 Answer Key

The CTET 2020 answer key will be released once the exam is conducted successfully. CTET (June Session) will be successfully conducted in June 2020 in offline mode and once the answer key is released, the link for the same will be updated here.

The answer key of CTET 2020 will include the ...

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CTET 2020 (June) Result

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2020 result is going to be declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in online mode on the official website. Once the result of CTET 2020 is declared, the link to download the CTET 2020 scorecard will soon be updated here.

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CTET ( (June) Cut-off 2020

CTET 2020 cutoff will be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) along with the announcement of the CTET 2020 result. The CTET 2020 cut-off is not available yet. However, it will be available once the result has been declared. CTET cut off 2020 is the minimum qualifying marks/score which the ...

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CTET (June) 2020 Selection Process

Candidates who have applied successfully applied to appear in the CTET entrance should be well aware of the selection process for CTET 2020. It is to be noted that the selection process will be conducted by the examination authority. The candidates will be sorted on the basis of marks scored ...

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CTET 2019 Result (Released)

The CTET result 2019 has been announced on 30th July 2019 by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in online mode. Candidates can view their results on the official website ctet.nic.in. The result of CTET 2019 is announced for both the Papers -Paper I and II ...

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CTET Conducting Body

The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Delhi. CBSE is a Board of Education for Public and Private schools, under the Union Government of India. CBSE grants affiliation to schools such as Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Private schools and most of the schools approved by the Central Government of India up to Higher Secondary Level.

CBSE affiliation is considered prestigious, as it requires the schools to follow rigid quality standards. The board is also responsible for developing a common curriculum for these schools while keeping the educational requirements of the nation in focus. 

CTET 2020 Important Dates

Candidates can check the important dates of CTET exam 2020 here to have an idea of important dates and events of the exam such as online application form submission dates, admit card date and exam date. The CTET 2020 important dates can be checked below - 

CTET Schedule

Tentative Dates
CTET 2020 Registrations Start Date 

February or March 2020

CTET 2020 online form submission closing date    

March 2020

Deadline to submit CTET 2020 application fee through E-Challan or Debit/ Credit Card

March 2020

Deadline for the verification of CTET application fee payment by the candidates

March 2020

CTET 2020 Admit Card Availability Date

April 2020

CTET 2020 Examination Date

June 2020

CTET 2020 Answer Key

To be Released

CTET 2020 Result Declaration

To be Released

CTET 2020 Exam Centers

Here is the complete list of the CTET exam centres. The CTET exam centres list mentioned here will help the candidates to choose the relevant exam centre while filling the online application form - 

Panaji

Delhi Central

Dhanbad

Kozhikode

Ferozepur

Pune

Ahmedabad

Delhi East

Ranchi

Trivandrum

Jalandhar

Imphal

Surat

Delhi North

Bengaluru

Kavaratti

Mohali

Shillong

Vadodara

Delhi South

Mangalore

Bhopal

Ajmer

Aizawl

Vijayawada

Delhi West

Ernakulam

Ambala

Jaipur

Kohima

Visakhapatnam

Hamirpur

Amritsar

Faridabad

Jodhpur

Lucknow

Itanagar

Kangra

Bhatinda

Gurugram

Kota

Mathura

Guwahati

Shimla

Chandigarh

Karnal

Indore

Moradabad

Muzzafarpur

Jammu

Raipur

Kurukshetra

Jabalpur

Noida

Patna

Srinagar

Dadra & Nagar

Panchkula

Aurangabad

Allahabad

Port Blair

Bokaro

Daman

Bhubaneswar

Mumbai

Bareilly

Gangtok

Durgapur

Udaipur

Sambalpur

Nagpur

Ghaziabad

Raebareli

Hyderabad

Agartala

Puducherry

Nashik

Gorakhpur

Saharanpur

Agra

Madurai

Dehradun

Roorkee

Kanpur

Varanasi

Aligarh

Tiruchirappalli

Haldwani

Srinagar Garhwal

Chennai

Kolkata

Coimbatore

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Options to Explore other than CTET Exam

If the applicants fail to clear the CTET exam, the candidates need not worry. We have listed some alternative options that the candidates can explore if they fail to clear the CTET exam.

Option 1: - CTET exam is conducted twice a year and the candidates who failed to clear one session of CTET can start preparing for the next session of the CTET exam. For example, if the candidates fail to clear the CTET exam in June or July session, he/ she can start preparing for the December session of CTET exam. Since the candidates will have an idea of mistakes they committed in the previous session of CTET, he/ she will prepare for the upcoming session of CTET exam accordingly. Therefore, the chances of clearing the CTET exam in the subsequent attempt are high.

Option 2: - Various states in India conduct state-level Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) for the candidates who are aspiring for a career in teaching. Such candidates can apply for state-level exam. However, TET in various states is not conducted twice a year despite the mandatory rule. State-level TET exam is confined only to a particular state, and the candidate who clears the state-level TET exam will be eligible to become a teacher only in his/her state. Some of the state-level TET exams are AP TET, TNTET, OTET, OSSTET, Kerala TET, Assam TET etc.

Stages Involved in CTET Exam

There are few important steps that have to be followed while appearing for the CTET examination to secure their seat in the colleges under CTET conducting body. 

  • Release and Closure of CTET application form

  • Release of CTET Admit Card

  • Appearing for the CTET Exam 

  • Declaration of CTET Result

  • CTET Selection Process

  • Submission of Fee

  • Classes Resume

Contact Details

Address: CENTRAL TEACHER ELIGIBILITY TEST UNIT

PS 1-2, INSTITUTIONAL AREA, I.P. EXTENSION, PATPARGANJ, DELHI – 110092

Phone Number: 011-22235774, 22240104

Website: http://ctet.nic.in/CMS/Public/View.aspx?page=46

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