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02 March 2013

cbse ctet 2013 Exam notification Date Application Form

If you want to be a teacher in government primary school, Government junior school, Army school, Navodaya School and other leading public sector and private English medium school then now government of India made a TET compulsory for all teacher class 1 to class 8 teaching. State board conducts their own Teacher eligibility Test and on national level CBSE every year conducts central teacher eligibility Test twice in a year. Every year more than 10 lakh candidates participates in Central TET but very few now of candidates declared qualified in CTET examination. Previous year CTET 2012 results were less then 1%. CTET results never goes to more then 10% . You can analyze the stander of CBSE ctet. However there are no minus marking in ctet and qualifying marks is just 60% marks but majority of applicant failed to score at least 60% minimum passing marks. Without qualifying CTET or state TET no appointment will be done.
For 2013 yet there are no notification has been released how ever its expectation that Exam Date of CTET 2013 will be declared within this month. Some credible sources saying that Cbse will be published notification for online application form at the end of march. Advertisement will be publish in local news paper as well as employment news and official ctet website. Eligible candidates can apply for ctet through online application form.
Eligibility Criteria for Primary Level teacher for class 1 to class 5 Teaching
Intermediate with 50% marks + 2 year diploma in elementary education

For Class 6 to class 8 teaching:
Graduation with 2 year diploma elementary education or graduation with 50% marks and B.ed or intermediate and 4 year B.El.Ed

Appearing candidates can also apply

Application form Fee for General and obc candidates for single paper 500 , both paper 800, for SC/ST candidate single paper 250 both paper 400

Minimum pass marks: 60% or above

How to apply: you can apply for CTET on official website
Online Submission of application through CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in or www.ctet.nic.in
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