CTET 2024 January Session Registration Ends Tomorrow, How to Apply – News18

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Last Updated: November 30, 2023, 16:41 IST

CTET 2024 will commence on January 21
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CTET 2024 January Session application process closes tomorrow. Interested and eligible candidates can apply on ctet.nic.in

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2024 January session registration process will conclude tomorrow, December 1. Interested and eligible candidates can apply on the official website of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) CTET at ctet.nic.in.

The exam is slated to be held on January 21 across the country. The exam results will be announced in February. To be eligible to apply for CTET 2024, candidates must be above the age of 18 years. They must have cleared post-graduation with a minimum of 55 per cent along with a B.Ed degree.

CTET January 2024 Session: How to Apply

Step 1: Go to the official website of CBSE CTET — ctet.nic.in.

Step 2: Choose the “Apply Online” option and fill out the form.

Step 3: Complete the CTET 2024 online application.

Step 4: Submit the scanned copy of your documents, signature, and photograph.

Step 5: Submit the examination fee

Step 6: Download and print a copy of the confirmation page for your records.

CTET January 2024: Application fee

The examination fee for CTET Paper I or Paper II is Rs 1000 for General, OBC (NCL) candidates. If an applicant is applying for both Paper I and Paper II, the fee to be submitted is Rs 1200. The examination cost for the CTET is Rs 500 for Paper I or Paper II only for SC, ST, and PwD. The examination fee for such candidates when applying for both Paper I and Paper II is Rs 600.

The CTET January 2024 will be administered across 135 cities in 20 different languages. The exam will feature two papers to be held in two shifts — paper 1 will be conducted for individuals who want to be teachers in classes 1 to 5 and paper 2 for those who want to teach classes 6 to 8.  Every question in the CTET 2024 will be a multiple-choice question (MCQ) with a total of four options, only one of which will be the best response. Each question carries one mark. There will be no negative scoring.