CTET Admit Card 2019 Released; Check Steps to Download

CTET Admit Card 2019 Released; Check Steps to Download
mohit.dhyani | Nov 21, 2019 - 12:58 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, NOVEMBER 21: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the admit card for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) in online mode on November 20. The last date to download CTET admit card is December 08, 2019 which is also the exam date. Candidates who have successfully submitted the online application form can download the admit card for CTET from the official website. Candidates must carry a hard copy of the CTET admit card on the day of examination at the center. Along with the admit card candidates also need to carry one photo ID proof - Aadhaar Card, Voter ID Card, Driving Licence, PAN Card, Passport. Steps to download the CTET admit card 2019 are given below.

Steps to download admit card for CTET 2019

  • Visit the official website of CTET - www.ctet.nic.in.

  • Now click on the “Download Admit Card” link provided on the page.

  • Choose one of the options from the date of birth and password to download the admit card.

  • Fill all the details in the required fields.

  • Now click on “sign-in”.

  • Check all the details on the admit card and download it for future reference.

To download candidates needs to enter their application number and password/Date of birth. The details mentioned on the admit card for CTET are candidates name, examination center, the timing of examination, photography, and others. Candidates must ensure that all the details printed on the admit card are correct. In case of errors, candidates must immediately inform it to the exam conducting authority by sending an email at ctet.cbse@nic.in or by calling at 011-22235774 and get the errors corrected.

CTET is conducted by CBSE twice a year for the recruitment of candidates in schools under the Central Government, unaided private schools, and schools under the administrative control of Union Territories. The exam is conducted for two papers - Paper I (Class I to V) and Paper-II (Class VI to VIII).

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