CTET Admit Card 2018 Download here ctet.nic.in

by GyanKing Team | Posted on Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

CTET admit cardCTET admit card for TET 2018 written test will be released one month before the exam. CTET written Exam 2018 is likely to be held in July month. Candidates, who aspired to become a primary or middle-level teacher in one of the central government schools in India, can apply for CTET recruitment 2018 and appear in the written examination as per schedule. CTET exam is conducted once every year by the CBSE board. CBSE will release the admit cards for CTET 2018 written examination a few weeks before the exam date. Stay in touch with this page to download your CTET exam hall tickets.

CTET 2018 Exam:

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is a national-level teacher recruitment examination conducted by CBSE for deciding the eligibility of candidates for appointment as primary or middle-level teachers in various public schools in India. CTET exam is conducted once a year, usually in July month for which official notification is released in May/June. Candidates, who have applied for CTET 2018 exam and are going to appear in the written examination, can download their hall tickets from this page. CBSE will conduct only one common country-level exam for all CTET 2018 applicants.

CTET 2018 Admit Card:

CTET exam is conducted at various centers across the country. It is a pen & paper based examination. CTET test consists of two sets of papers: Paper I for those candidates who want to teach the class I to V and Paper II for those who wish to teach classes VI to VIII. The exam pattern is same for both papers. Candidates are given papers based on their choice. CTET 2018 written exam syllabus is available on the official website. It is mandatory for all exam aspirants to bring their valid CTET admit card at the exam center. You can read more about it here.

How to download CTET Admit Card 2018?

CTET admit card will be officially released by CBSE and published on its website. Candidates can follow the steps below to download and print their CTET admit card 2018 from the official website.

  1. Visit the website ctet.nic.in
  2. Click on “Download Admit Card – CTET 2018 Examination” link at the homepage.
  3. Enter your CTET 2018 application number and submit
  4. Download or print the admit card available on the screen.

Details on Admit card:

Make sure to check and verify your details in the CTET hall ticket. In the case of any mismatch, you should immediately contact the CBSE board. Admit Card of CTET 2018 contains following details.

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Father Name
  • Roll Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Papers Applied for
  • Examination Date
  • Examination Time
  • Candidate’s Photograph
  • Signature
  • Instruction to appear in exam

CTET 2018 Important Dates and Exam Schedule:

Same as every year, CTET exam will be conducted in pen & paper format. Candidates can find the estimated schedule for CTET 2018 exam here.

  • Online application date: June 2018
  • Written exam date: July/August 2018
  • CTET 2018 Admit Card release date: Will be updated soon
  • CTET result date: updated soon

CBSE is likely to release the official notification for CTET 2018 examination in the last week of June. Candidates are advised to stay in touch with the official website for more updates. You will be able to download CTET exam admit cards from this page.

CTET 2018 Result and Cut-off:

CTET exam results are usually announced within a few months after the examination. Students can expect to receive their CTET 2018 results by the end of this year or at the beginning of next year. As always, CTET results will be published on the official website of CBSE and CTET. We will also update the date and official notification here as soon as results are announced by CBSE board. CBSE CTET cut-off 2018 will be released along with the results.

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