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    Scored 46% in B.A and 51% in B.Ed. Can I apply for CTET? What percentages should I get to be eligible for appearing in CTET?

    Scored 46% in B.A and 51% in B.Ed. Can I apply for CTET? What percentages should I get to be eligible for appearing in CTET?
    thank you.





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    bhanupratapsinghnaruka
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    Thumbs up Re: Scored 46% in B.A and 51% in B.Ed. Can I apply for CTET? What percentages should I get to be eligible for appearing in CTET?

    hello;
    ya you are surely applied for CTET exam.
    CTET exam divided in to stages:
    1. class 1 to 5 primary stage
    2. class 6 to 8 elementary stage
    for first stage eligibility:
    12th with 50% and passed and appear in 2 year elementary education diploma.
    or
    12th with 45% and and passed and appear in the 2 year elementary education in accordance with the NCTE regulation ,2002.
    or
    12th with 50% and passed and appearing in 4 year bachelor of elementary education(B el.Ed).
    or
    12th with 50% and passed and appear in the final year of 2 year diploma education (special
    education)
    or
    graduation and passed and appear in the final year of 2 year diploma elementary education.

    for second stage:
    graduation with 50% and passed or appear in the 1 year bachelor in education.
    or
    12th with 50% and passed or appear in the final year of 4 year bachelor of elementary education

    NOTE:
    5% marks relaxation for reserved category.
    all the best .





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    nayak89
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    Re: Scored 46% in B.A and 51% in B.Ed. Can I apply for CTET? What percentages should I get to be eligible for appearing in CTET?

    The CTET exam needs a graduation % of 50 and pass marks in B.Ed.

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    Prince09
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    Re: Scored 46% in B.A and 51% in B.Ed. Can I apply for CTET? What percentages should I get to be eligible for appearing in CTET?

    Hello . .

    Yes . .You can apply for CTET Examination as percentage is not a criteria for applying to the examination ; as you are done with your graduation .




    CTET is a Central Teacher Eligibility Test.

    In this there is following post-


    Teacher(for classes I to V): Primary Stage

    Teacher(for classes Vi to VII): Elementary Stage


    Eligibility according to the Primary Stage:

    Graduation of two years Diploma in Elementary education.

    At least 45% of marks in Diploma or Bachelor Elementary Education.


    Eligibility according to Elementary Stage:

    Graduation with at least 50% marks in Diploma or Bachelor Elementary Education or B.ed.


    Important Dates:

    Sale of Application Form:5th Nov to 25th Nov 2011

    Online registration opening:1 November 2011

    Closing:25 Nov 2011

    Last date for receipt of Application form in CBSE(Central Board of Secondary education):30 Nov 2011 both online and offline

    Date of written test exam :29 Jan 2012

    Paper I: 10 am to 11:30 pm

    PaperII : 1 pm to 2:30 pm




    Application Fee:

    For SC/ST it is 250/- Rs

    For General and OBC it is 500/-Rs


    Pattern of Exam:

    This will be an objective type questions.

    There will not be negative marking.


    good luck . . .

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    Re: Scored 46% in B.A and 51% in B.Ed. Can I apply for CTET? What percentages should I get to be eligible for appearing in CTET?

    A graduate degree along with B.Ed qualification is essential to apply for CTET exam. So, with this qualification, you are in all ways eligible to apply for the same. 50% is the specified percentage of marks in B.Ed to apply for CTET. You can log in to CBSE website where in notifications about CTET exam will be posted. You can apply via online for this. On qualifying this exam, TGT posts in central government schools can be applied. If you get short listed, teaching demo and P.I will be the last level.

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