CTET Important Dates 2017– Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to release notification for Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET). The CTET Important Dates 2017 will be announced by CBSE, which the exam conducting body of teachers entrance test. The important dates of CTET will help the candidates to track important events related to the exam. The CTET important dates 2017 include dates related to application form availability, release of notification, fee payment exam dates, timings of exam etc. The CTET 2017 exam will be conducted in two paper – Paper I (Classes 1 to 5) and Paper II (Classes 6 to 8).
The CTET exam is conducted for determining the minimum qualification for a person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher. The CTET 2017 exam will be conducted in the morning and evening section. The application form of CTET should be filled in the online mode. Candidates who have completed their Bachelors in Education (B.ED) or Diploma in Elementary Education are eligible for applying in CTET exam. Read through to know about all the CTET Important dates 2017.
CTET Important Dates
|S.No||Admission Events of CTET 2017||Important Dates|
|1||Start of Online Application Form||March 2017|
|2||Final Date for Submission of Online Application Form||To be notified later|
|3||Last Date for Offline Submission of Print out of Application Form||To be notified later|
|4||Issuance of Admit Card||To be notified later|
|5||CTET 2017||June/July 2017|
|6||Results of CTET 2017||To be notified later|
Know about CTET 2017
- The CTET 2017 exam will be conducted in June/July 2017 by CBSE.
- The exam will have 2 papers – paper I and Paper II. The Paper I is for the candidates who intends to teach in Classes 1 to 5 and Paper II is for those who wants to teach in Classed 6 to 8.
- Each paper of CTET 2017 will be conducted for 2.30 hours. The Paper II will be conducted in the morning shift and paper I will be conducted in evening shift.
- Both the paper are given equal weightage, both Paper I and II will have 150 MCQs.
- All questions in CTET will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), with four alternatives out of which one answer will be correct. Each carrying one mark and there will be no negative marking.