Central Board of Secondary Education has extended the date of online corrections needed to be made in 12th edition of Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET). It can be made till April 7, 2019. CBSE director (CTET) and secretary Anurag Tripathi signed circular, which states that all candidates may choose/change cities as examination centre as per their convenience.
The candidates will also have a choice of selecting three preferred centres. Candidates may opt for any three examination cities in their preferential order. The test will be conducted in 20 languages in 97 cities on July 7, 2019. Guiding examinees, expert Manoj Bajpai suggested preparing from NCERT textbooks and from National Curriculum Framework (NCF).
“NCERT textbooks are important resource for preparation of CTET,” he said. These textbooks are available free of cost on official website. “It is observed that five to seven questions in CTET are asked from NCF, hence candidates preparing for CTET are advised to study NCF beside NCERT textbooks,” Bajpai said.
The exam will be conducted in two shifts
m Paper 1: Class I to V.
m Paper 2: Class II to VI.
The candidates who are willing to sit for both the posts will have to take paper 1 and paper 2
Timings of the exam
m Paper 1: 9.30 am to 12 noon
m Paper 2: 2 pm to 4.30 pm