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    Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

    Quality of teaching is nowadays the most debated topic in the country. It is very essential to ensure the quality of the teachers in primary and upper primary level. For that, the concerned state government conducts Central Teacher Eligibility Test for recruiting teachers to the classes under these two levels. This test is held as per the guidelines of National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).

    Structure and Pattern of Central Teacher Eligibility Test

    Two stages will be there in this test, in which the first stage is for the candidates who are interested to teach in Class I to Class V. The other stage is for the candidates who want to teach in Class VI to VIII. First stage is known as primary stage while second stage is known as elementary stage. Candidates who want to teach in all of these classes should qualify both stages. Only multiple choice questions will be there in this eligibility test. Four alternatives will be given for each question as answers. Candidates can score one mark on choosing a right answer from those alternatives. If they choose wrong answer, then no marks will be given for that question. Total 150 questions will be asked in the first stage which is equally divided among the subjects given below.
    • Child Development and Pedagogy
    • Language I
    • Language II
    • Mathematics and Environmental Science
    The first three subjects asked during the first stage are compulsory subjects in the second stage while the other subjects are Mathematics, Science and Social Science. These three subjects are not compulsory for the candidates as they can choose any one of them. Thirty marks will be given for each compulsory subject while sixty marks will be given for the optional subject.

    Eligibility Criteria of Central Teacher Eligibility Test

    Candidates having senior secondary education with minimum 50% marks and 2 year diploma in elementary education or 4 year Bachelor of Elementary Education or 2 year diploma in Education are eligible to appear in the primary stage. To become eligible for the elementary stage, one should complete graduation with minimum 50% marks and possess either 2 year diploma in elementary education or 1 year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed) degree. Candidates having minimum 50% marks during senior secondary education and 4 year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) or B.A / B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed / B.Sc.Ed can also appear for the elementary stage. Those who have completed their senior secondary education or graduation from NCTE approved institution need only 45% marks.

    Contact Address of Central Teacher Eligibility Test
    • Address: The Joint Secretary (CTET), Central Board of Secondary Education, ‘Shiksha Sadan’, 17, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi 110002, India
    • Phone Number: 011-23238361, 011-23220153
    • Fax: 011-23217128
    • E-mail: jsctet@cbse.gov.in




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    Re: Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

    can a BA student appear ctet as math science teacher




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    can a BA student appear ctet as math science teacher

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