CTET 2022 application forms are expected to be made available soon on ctet.nic.in. Candidates who are interested in taking the exam in December should keep an eye on the official website. Check out this important update on the CTET 2022 Examination.
The application forms for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, CTET 2022, will be available soon. The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, issued a brief notice about the CTET 2022 examination. According to the most recent official information, CTET 2022 will be held in December 2022. The CTET exam date will be announced along with the examination admit card.
The CBSE announced on July 14 that the CTET application form and registration would be available’shortly’ on ctet.nic.in. The board has also announced the examination fee and mode. CTET 2022 information is provided below.
CTET 2022 December Exam Shedule:
|Application Start Date
|Mode of Examination
|Computer Based Test (online)
|Medium of Examination
|Gen/ OBC Paper I or Paper II
|Gen/OBC for both Paper I and II
|SC/ST/ Diff. Abled Person Paper I or Paper II
|SC/ST/ Diff. Abled Person Paper I and II
Candidates should be aware that the date for the release of the application form is not yet available. It is tentatively scheduled for the second week of August. Candidates may have up to six weeks to register and complete the online application form. Those planning to take the exam should keep an eye on the official website ctet.nic.in for the most up-to-date information.
How long does it take from CTET exam to result?
The CBSE has announced that CTET 2022 will be held online in December 2022. If this examination is completed in December 2022, the results are expected to be released in February or March 2023. The previous CTET was held from December 16, 2021 to January 21, 2022, and the results were released on March 9, 2022. As a result, it is expected that its results will be available within two months of the examination’s completion.
What will be the structure of the CTET exam:
CTET consists of two papers, each of which contains 150 questions worth a total of 150 marks. Candidates are asked 30 questions from Child Development and Pedagogy, 30 questions from Language-1, 30 questions from Language-2, 30 questions from Mathematics, and 30 questions from Environmental Studies in CTET Paper 1. In Paper 2, 30 questions are from Child Development and Pedagogy, 30 from Language-1, 30 from Language-2, and 60 from Mathematics and Science or Social Studies and Social Science. Candidates have two and a half hours to complete each paper in this exam. It is expected that the next CTET will follow the same format.