CTET Admit Card 2018: Check Out The CTET Admit Card Release Date 2018

Published on:13th June 2018

The CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) exam of 2018 is close at hand and the eligible candidates must be curious to know about its important dates and the methods to get an admit card. They should bear in mind that an admit card is an indispensable possession for their examination. Without it, they can be debarred from taking the examination.

How to get CTET admit card?

Candidates should bear in mind that admit card will not be sent to them by post. It is likely to be released in August 2018. The date could be tentative. They are required to download it by following these steps:

  • Go to the official website— ctet.nic.in
  • Look for the link ‘Download CTET Admit Card
  • After finding the link, click on it. A new page will appear
  • There will be two another links on this page
  • Press any link as desired
  • Enter your registration number and date of birth on the next page
  • After filling complete details, click on the ‘button’ option
  • Finally, download an admit card

What is the use of having an admit card?

The particular, which are included in an admit card include name of the student, enrollment number, date of birth, application number, photo and signature, exam centre and code, exam for which the candidate is going to apply, date, day and time, reporting time, gender, category and several other exam instructions.

What to carry along with an admit card?

While going to the examination hall, candidates are required to bring any identity proofs along with an admit card such as driving license, passport, voter identity card, aadhaar card or PAN card. Without any ID, an admit card will be considered invalid.

The exam patterns of Paper I and Paper II are tabulated below:

Paper I

Paper name

Total questions

Total marks

Child development & Pedagogy

30 Questions

30 Marks

Mathematics

30 Questions

30 Marks

Language – 1

30 Questions

30 Marks

Language – 2

30 Questions

30 Marks

Environmental Studies

30 Questions

30 Marks

Total

150 Questions

150 Marks

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Duration of the paper: The duration of this paper is 2 hours 30 minutes.

Paper II

Paper Name

Total Questions

Total Marks

Child development & Pedagogy

30 Questions

30 Marks

Language – 1

30 Questions

30 Marks

Language – 2

30 Questions

30 Marks

Science & Mathematics/ Social Science

60 Questions

60 Marks

Total

150 Questions

150 Marks

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Duration: It is same as that of Paper I

The CTET exam is a coveted exam, qualifying which candidates are appointed as teachers for teaching classes from I VIII in Government schools all over the country. The exam is tough and candidates need to have a thorough preparation to qualify for it. It is organized by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) amidst tight safety and security only once a year. Unlike other competitive examinations, there is no negative marking in this exam. As a result, candidates can try their wits to make their best guesses. They should not leave any question unattempted. Leaving any question blank will lead to them to loss of marks. Inside the examination hall, they are required to maintain strict discipline and avoid dishonest activities.


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