C TET Online Apply in 2021 | Is C TET Examination Online in 2021?

In this post, we will come to know everything about C TET. Your all queries like form fill process, eligibility, age limit, C TET online apply in 2021 etc will be resolved.

C Tet stands for Central Teacher Eligibility Test. It is conducted by C.B.S.E twice a year. It is just a qualifying exam for a P.R.T  or  T.G.T teacher in any central board school. This year C.B.S.E will conduct the 15th edition of C TET in C.B.T (Computer Based Test) mode.  

What is C TET?

The full form of C TET is Central Teacher Eligibility Test. It is conducted twice- July and December in a year.

This is just a qualifying exam to be a central-level teacher. The Exam is Conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

Earlier, It was on offline mode, but from 2021 onwards, the examination will be conducted online.

What are the Eligibility Criteria and Age Limit?

There are two papers in C TET Examination.

 Paper I – The candidate who qualifies paper I can be eligible for primary stage teacher (classes I to Vth)

Paper-II – The candidate who has qualified paper II can be eligible for Elementary Teacher (classes VIth to VIIIth)

Paper I and Paper II qualified candidates are eligible for both primary stage teacher and Elementary Teacher.

If you apply for primary stage teacher, you must have an Intermediate degree with a minimum of 45 per cent marks in any stream. The candidate must have a completed or appearing degree of two years diploma in education (D.El.Ed).

If you apply for elementary teacher, you should have graduation with 45 per cent and 12th with 50 per cent marks along with completed or appearing B. Ed degree.

What is the Age Limit?

There is no age limit applied by the Central Board of Secondary Examination in C TET.

The validity of the certificate was 7 years earlier after the date of issue of marks. Recently, the validity has been extended up to a lifetime.

What are the C TET Application Fees in 2021?

Category

Paper I

Both Paper I and II

General/ O.B.C

1000

1200

S.C / S.T/ Physically disabled

500

600

 

C TET online Apply in 2021?

Applying C Tet, you have to land on the official website.

  1. Click on the Application option on the home page.
  2. Fill in your details carefully and revise them once.
  3. Click on the submit button for final submission.
  4. Save and download the application for future use.

You need these details for applying

  • Personal Details
  • Email ID
  • Mobile NO
  • Passport size Photo
  • Signature
  • D. El. Ed or B. Ed Marks

Then, visit the official website of C Tet.

C TET August 2021 Notifications

C TET Events

Date

Notification

17th of September, 2021

Application Form

20th of  Sept, 2021

Last Date of Application Submission

19th of October, 2021

Final Correction Date

-

Admit Card

-

C TET Exam 

16th of December, 2021 up to 13th of Jan. 2022

Official Website

https://ctet.nic.in/

ctet online apply

How to Correct C TET Application Form in 2021?

C TET application correction is a one-time facility. Hence, check all the important credentials very carefully.

The application is available only for those candidates who have applied along with fees.

The candidates are allowed to change all sections except images.

It is very important to get a revised C TET confirmation page after final submission.

 

Syllabus of C TET

Subject 

Marks

 No of Questions

Child Development and Pedagogy

30

30 (Q.1 to 30)

Mathematics

30

30 (Q.31 to 60)

Environmental Studies

30

30 (Q. 61 to 90)

Language I (Eng. or Hindi)

30

30 (Q. 91 to 120)

Language II  (Eng. or Hindi)

30

30  (Q. 121 to 150)

Subject 

Marks

 No of Questions

Child Development and Pedagogy

30

30 (Q.1 to 30)

Math & Science or Social Science 

60

60 (Q.31 to 90)

Language I (Eng. or Hindi)

30

30 (Q. 91 to 120)

Language II  (Eng. or Hindi)

30

30  (Q. 121 to 150)

The total no of questions is 150.

The during of the exam hour is 150 minutes.

Part IV (Q. 91 to 120) is for Language- I. Hence, attempt the questions of your selected language.

Part V (Q. 121 to 150) is for Language- II. Hence, attempt the questions of your selected language.

No negative marking is applicable.

The qualifying marks for general is 90 (60 % )and for O.B.C, S.T and S.C is 82  (55 %) only.

 

What is the Registration vs Results Ratio?

As per the data issued by C.B.S.E, The qualifying ratio is very few. Here, we have mentioned some data:

Year

Registration

Results

January, 2021

23,51,725

6,54,299

December 2019

24 Lakh

5.42 Lakh

July 2019

23.77 Lakh

3.52 Lakh

December 2018

19,51,970

3,05,241

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