CTET 2020 Admit Card was expected to release on the official website ctet.nic.in. However, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) postpones the CTET July 2020 exam and hence the admit card will not be released now. The 14th edition of the CTET exam is scheduled to be held on 5th July across 112 Indian cities. The exam will test the eligibility of candidates to apply for the teaching jobs in India. Check below the CTET Admit Card release date & details and also know most important details about the July exam.
CBSE has postponed the CTET July 2020 exam due to COVID-19 pandemic. Various other exams have been postponed or cancelled amid the outbreak of novel Coronavirus, As per the CTET Information Bulletin 2020 of the July exam, the CTET Admit Card 2020 was expected to release in the third week of June 2020. The third week of June begins from today that is 22nd June 2020 and will conclude on 28th June. There are high chances that the CBSE might release the admit card in this week or even by today itself by 7:00 pm. As per the previous years' trends of CTET Admit Card release, it is witnessed that the hall ticket is generally released by the CBSE in the evening after 5:00 pm. Going by this, it is highly expected that CBSE can release the admission ticket around this time slot itself.
CTET July 2020 Exam: Important Unknown Details
Delay in release of Admit Card: Only 10 days are left for the exam and the CTET Admit Card 2020 is not out yet. This is the first time that the CBSE has delayed the release of admission ticket.
No Personal E-mail or SMS: Candidates do not get any personal message or e-mail on CTET Exam updates such as release of admit card or result or answer key. You need to visit the official website - ctet.nic.in to get all updates of the examination.
Not a Recruitment Exam: Many might be aware that CTET is not a recruitment exam, however new aspirants who would appear for the CTET exam for the first time should know that CTET is just an eligibility test. Passing CTET means you are eligible to apply for Teacher jobs in Indian schools.
Fixed Exam Pattern: The exam pattern, number of questions, marks allotted to each section is already fixed for CTET Paper 1 & Paper 2. The exam pattern has not been changed for years. So, candidates can get a good idea about the marks allotted to each subject and number of questions asked from each subject by just attempting a CTET Previous Year question paper.
Would be first to get postponed: If CBSE postpones the CTET July exam date, it will be the first ever edition of the CTET exam to get postponed. Though, CBSE has earlier postponed registration & application dates, but exam date has not been postponed yet by the CBSE.