CTET Exam 2019: A complete Guide- Online Mock Tests – Exam Pattern
CTET 2019 December, 2019:
CBSE will conduct CTET 2019 on 8 December, 2019. CBSE is conducting CTET exam twice in a year. The last exam was conducted on 7th July, 2019. Online correction of application form can be done from 4, to 10 October, 2019. The result will be declared within 6 weeks after exam. The admit card can be downloaded from 3rd week of November, 2019 (tentative).
Online E-mock papers:
Here we are providing complete details about CTET exam. This will help candidates to successfully pass the exam. Before giving all details, it is strongly recommended to practice online e-mock papers. Sabakuch.com provides on line e-mock papers on CTET Paper-I. Today it is has become the necessity of time to practice mock papers not only for CTET but for all the CBT or OMR based exams. Mock papers can be practiced anywhere, any time as it is available on computer, laptop or on mobile. Mock papers also provide complete statistics of your performance.
About CTET Exam:
CBSE conducts CTET exam which is a National level exam called Central Teaching Eligibility Test. For teaching in Government and Central aided schools, CTET is a mandatory requirement to qualify. Various states also conduct state level TET (Teaching Eligibility Test) for jobs of their states. However state can also accept CTET score if they do not want to conduct at state level TET exam. There are two papers, CTET Paper 1 and CTET paper 2. Paper 1 is for those applicants who want to teach Class I to V. Paper II is for those who want to teach Class VI to VIII. The exam for both papers are conducted on same day in two shifts. Candidate desiring to qualify for Class I to VIII, should appear in both the papers. In last exam in July, 2019, twenty lac registered and 14 lacs appeared in CTET exam.
Minimum Qualification: Interested candidates must have 50% or more in Senior Secondary exam and passed four year Bachelor of Elementary Education or passed two years Diploma in Elementary Education.
Pattern and Passing criteria for CTET Exam:
CTET exam is a pen and paper based exam. The question paper will be OMR based. There are total 150 questions from five main subjects having 30 questions from each subject. One mark for correct attempted answer is given. There is no negative marking for wrong answers. Following table will indicate subject wise distribution of questions:-
|S. No.||Subject||No. of Questions||Maximum |
|1||Child Development and Pedagogy||30||30|
For passing the CTET Exam, candidate should score at least 60% marks. The passing certificate is valid for seven years. Remember, CTET exam is not for assuring any teaching job but a must eligibility criteria for applying for teaching job. Once again, remember to practice online e-mock papers. All the best for your success in exam.