The CTET, or the Central Teachers Eligibility Test which is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a premier eligibility test for teachers.
Very recently, the CBSE decided to keep the test intact in the online mode across twenty two major cities in India along side with the traditional paper pencil mode.
The online mode is ought to attract more aspirants to appear for the CTET. Alongside which fourteen percent have managed to qualify the written test.
The board has been so far following some strict guidelines whilst selecting the teachers. It is important to note that there are various criteria’s to be eligible to appear in the CTET.
Most such as, graduation or a senior secondary with a minimum fifty percent along side. One can also apply for the test both online and offline.
It has been already mentioned that the minimum education qualification needed to appear in UPTET 2012 is to have a forty five percentage in graduation level . As much as seventy two thousand eight hundred and twenty five teachers will be selected in 2013 via UPTET.
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