Central Teacher Eligibility Test CTET is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education.
Central Teacher Eligibility Test CTET is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education. As per the new guidelines given by National Council of Teacher Education through its notification dated 23rd August, 2010 and 29th July, 2011; to be appointed as teacher for the classes I to VIII a candidate should pass the teacher eligibility test(TET).
CTET and teacher eligibility test of states are conducted according to the NCTE guidelines. The state governments also conduct their own separate teacher eligibility test for recruitment as a teacher.
The objectives of the CTET are to bring a national standard in quality teaching and the recruitments. It also aims at improving the performance standards of the teachers. In addition to this it also gives an indication that government is really concerned about the quality of teachers in the schools.
The candidates who have cleared the CTET examination can use their certificate for seven years as it remains valid for seven years.
There is no limit on the number of attempts in CTET and the candidates who have already cleared the TET often write the examination to better their scores.
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