CBSE CTET 2024 exam begins today

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is conducting the January 2024 edition of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test or CTET 2024 examination today. The exam will take place in two shifts – from 9:30 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 4:30 pm.

  • The Candidates must report at the examination centre 120 minutes before the commencement of the examination. 
  • Candidates should check and ensure that particulars such as name, date of birth, gender, category, medium, language and subject are mentioned correctly. If there is any error, it should be communicated immediately to the invigilator.
  • Candidates having admit cards without proper/visible photographs and signatures and not carrying an original photo ID proof will not be allowed to appear in the examination in any condition.
  • The Candidates have to bring their own blue/black ballpoint pen for use. They will not be allowed to leave the examination hall before the exam ends without signing the attendance sheet.
  • Candidates suffering from diabetes are allowed to carry eatables like sugar tablets/ chocolate/candy, fruits (like banana/apple/orange) and snack items like sandwich in transparent polybag. The food items must be kept with the invigilators.

Items allowed inside the exam venue: Admit card, one original photo ID (PAN, Aadhar, Passport, Driving Licence or Voter ID, blue or black ballpoint pen of good quality, 500 ml transparent water bottle.

Items not allowed inside the exam hall: Metallic items, books, notes, bits of papers, geometry or pencil box, gold and artificial ornaments, plastic pouch, pencil pouch, pencil, scale, log table, writing pad, eraser, cardboard, electronics devices, watch, wrist watch, wallet, goggles, handbag, mobile phone, camera, headphones, pendrive, pager, bluetooth device, calcularor, debit/credit card, electronic pen scanners, food and beverage and/or any other items which could be used for unfair means.

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