CBSE CTET 2021 Exam: CTET exam today, candidates have to keep these rules in mind

CBSE CTET 2021 Exam: CTET exam today, candidates have to keep these rules in mind

CBSE CTET 2021 Exam: CTET exam today, candidates have to keep these rules in mind

Rohit Kumar, Editor: CTET 2021 Exam Guidelines: Central Teacher Eligibility Test, CTET (CTET 2021) is today i.e. on 31 January 2021. The CBSE board conducting the examination has issued guidelines for the candidates in this regard. The board has issued these instructions on the official site at https://ctet.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx. Candidates can check the complete notification by visiting here. Apart from this, you can also read the guidelines given below.

CBSE CTET 2021 Exam: Candidates should keep these guidelines in mind

Candidates will have to bring their own sanitizer in a 50 ml transparent bottle.

Candidates will be required to wear masks and gloves.

The water bottle should also be transparent.

Candidates should bring their admit card and any identity card such as Aadhaar card or driving license.

Candidates use secure mode of transport to come to the examination center.

Candidates should avoid spitting in public areas.

Candidates should avoid meeting unknown people.

Candidates should not touch hands and hug each other.

Candidates should ensure that they do not have any symptoms of Kovid-19 infection. Also, while going for the examination, your parents should be consulted regarding the symptoms. On the other hand, CTET 2021 exam guidelines should be strictly followed. The examination will be conducted in two shifts. In these, 150 questions of 150 marks will be asked in Paper-1. In this, 30 questions related to Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Maths, Environmental Studies will be asked. At the same time, questions of 150 marks will also be asked in Paper-2.

Please tell that registration was done for this examination from 24 January to 9 March 2020. Based on this, the examination was earlier scheduled to be held in July, but postponed due to corona virus epidemic. After this, the examination was announced to be held on 31 January.

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