Applicants who have successfully completed registration and application processes will now be able to go ahead with the correction procedure. No changes will be entertained post the deadline. Also, no changes via offline-mode such as fax, application letter or even e-mail will be considered either. The only route to be followed is the official online correction window provided by CBSE on the exam website. The link to do the needful is as follows CTET 2019 Correction Form.
Changes and Corrections that can be made in the form include Candidate’s Name, Father’s Name, Mother’s Name, Date of birth, Category, Differently-abled category, Name of the Institution/College/University, Paper chosen by the candidate (Paper I or Paper-II), The subject for Paper-II, the first choice of Centre, Language opted and Address of correspondence respectively.
Soon, the CBSE will be releasing the CTET Admit Card 2019 on the official website. As per the previous trends, it is expected that the CTET 2019 Admit Card for the December exam will be released in the second or third week of November 2019. It is compulsory for the candidates to carry the admit card to the exam centre to appear for the CTET December 2019 exam. CTET Fee Payment process
CTET 2019 exam Admit card will be available on the official website once it is released by the conducting authority. To download CTET 2019 Admit card candidates have to give their application number, date of birth as a password and security pin. Admit card contains details regarding candidates name, exam centre, location and CTET exam date 2019.
CTET 2019 exam results will be updated on the official website once it is declared by the conducting authority. CTET Results are expected to be announced 6 weeks after the examination.
CTET 2019 is expected to offer a pay scale of INR 9,500 to 34,500 per month (as per the various post). Candidates need to visit the CTET official websites to check the CTET 2019 notification.
Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is a national level entrance exam that is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) with an aim to appoint teachers for Primary level and Upper Primary level. The Government of India introduced the CTET Exam in order to improve or bring new standards in teaching.
For detailed information or queries regarding the correction process and the upcoming examination, the candidates can get in touch with the concerned officials at the following
- Phone No: 011-22235774, 011-22247176
- Fax: 011-22235775
- Email: [email protected]