CTET admit card, Exam date, Last year question papers, notification 2020

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the last year papers of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) and may be release the CTET admit card in 3rd week on Jun month. The CTET exam is scheduled to be held on 5 July. Those who have applied for this exam can prepare well with the help of last year’s papers. Last year’s papers have been released on the website ctet.nic.in.

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More than 30 lakh candidates have registered for CTET 2020. This is more than the examination held in December last year. 28.32 lakh candidates had registered for the examination held in December. Those who pass CTET are considered eligible to get a job as a teacher. Those taking Paper 1 exam will be eligible to teach in classes 1 to 5, while those who clear Paper 2 can teach in classes 6 to 8.

How to download CTET Previous Year Papers

PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPER DEC 2018
PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPER JULY 2019
PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPER DEC 2019

CTET Exam Date

CTET Exam date : 5th july 2020 (Sunday)

CTET 2020 July Admit Card : Third week of June 2020

Release of CTET 2020 Answer Key : 23rd July 2020

CTET 2020 Result Declaration : 27th July 2020

CTET July 2020 paper 1 and 2 Schedule

PAPERTIMINGDURATION
PAPER-I9:30 A.M to 12:00 P.M2.30 Hours
PAPER-II2:00 P.M to 04:00 P.M2.30 Hours

CTET Exam Pattern July 2020

Paper 1 Exam Pattern

SubjectNumber of QuestionsTotal Marks
Language I (mandatory)3030
Language II (mandatory)3030
Child Development & Pedagogy3030
Environmental Studies 3030
Mathematics3030
Total150150

Paper 2 Exam Pattern

SubjectNumber of QuestionsTotal Marks
Language I (mandatory)3030
Language II (mandatory)3030
Child Development & Pedagogy3030
Social Science/Social Studies {Social Science & Social Studies Teacher Only}6060
Mathematics & Science { Mathematics & Science Teacher Only}6060
Total150150

Candidates can download the previous year’s papers by clicking on the direct link given below.
Explain that to clear the exam, candidates need to secure 60 percent marks out of 150 marks. For reserved category candidates, the cut-off is 55 percent which is about 82 out of 150 marks. In CTET December 2019, a total of 5.42 lakh candidates had cleared the exam.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has refreshed the official site of CTET – ctet.nic.in. The Information Bulletin of CTET July 2020 test has been discharged again alongside the CTET Previous Years Papers of December 2018, July 2019 and December 2019 assessments. The CTET Previous Years Question Papers have been discharged for the last 3 versions of the CTET tests and are accessible for Paper 1 and Paper 2 All Sets A/B/C/D and all dialects Hindi, English, Bengali, Assamese, Garo, Gujarati, Kannada, Khasi, Malayalam, Manipuri, Urdu and others. We have shared beneath the immediate connections on which competitors can download all the inquiries papers of the considerable number of papers and dialects.

Prior, the CTET July Information Bulletin 2020 was expelled from the official site. It was normal that CBSE may discharge new timetable of the CTET July 2020 test. Nonetheless, there is no adjustment in the test plan. The CTET 2020 test will be hung on fifth July as booked. CBSE will before long tell the up-and-comers about the arrival of CTET Admit Card 2020.

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CTET Exam Pattern comprises of the depiction of two papers, for which the competitors apply dependent on their qualification. CBSE conducts two papers in two distinct meetings. For the up-and-comers, Paper 1 is for the competitors who wish to become instructors of Class 1 to V while Paper 2 is for up-and-comers who wish to show Class VI to VIII. An applicant may apply for both the papers as well.

The sort of inquiries will be Objective Multiple Choice. The inquiry paper will be bilingual medium, i.e both in English and Hindi.

CTET Negative Marking: There is no negative stamping for CTET Exam. On the off chance that an inquiry is left unattempted or is stamped wrong, the complete characteristics of that question won’t be mulled over.