Download Admit Cards for CTET Feb 2016 from below – Read Last Hour CTET Preparation Tips
Central Board of School Education ( CBSE ) has the accountability to hold the Central Teachers’ Eligibility Test ( CTET ) for 2016. That’s why the former has uploaded the CTET Admit Cards at its official website.
The candidates whose applications have been acknowledged by the CBSE ( if their CTET Applications are not rejected ) can obtain it from the links of the Eligibility Test Admit Cards below – Read more useful information about CBSE TET Call Letters and Feb Exam 2016.
It is imperative for the aspirants to be teachers to clear CTET ( as per NCTE Provisions of Sub-section of Section 23). This is the reason that the Eligibility Test is held twice a year to give chance to the candidates who wish to teach the classes from I to VIII.
Check Important Dates Related with Sept CTET –
|Date of CTET Feb 2016||21.02.2016 (Sunday)|
|Date of Downloading CTET Admit Card||(Released)|
Click here for 2016 CTET Admit Card
Old Stuff Related with CTET –
- There shall be two papers – Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the Papers shall be held on 20th of Sept in two shifts.
- The Paper 2 Shall take place from 9:30 to 12:00 with the duration of 2:30 hrs.
- The Paper 1 is scheduled from 2:00 to 4:30 PM with the same timing as above.
Download CTET Sept 2016 Admission Card/ Hall Ticket –
So far 79250 Applicants have downloaded their Admit Cards. This statistics show that a great no of applicants are still left to download their Hall Tickets. Here we advise them to download their Sept Exam Admit Cards as at the last moment the website may be heavy and it may difficult for you to download your Roll No Card. So hurry to the following links and enter your Registration No and Date of Birth and download the Print of the Admit Cards.
> Direct link for CTET – Sept 2016 Admit Card
There are some common subjects in both the Categories Exams. These Topics are Teaching of English, Child Psychology and Pedagogy, Current Affairs etc.
The total no of questions are 150 out of which the candidates need to get 60% ( 90 Marks ) to qualify the exam. So first of all prepare that subject which is your forte. Give your maximum time on the questions in which you feel comfortable.
Do more and more Practice of Last Years’ Question Papers of CTET –
This practice will certainly provide you ample confidence and idea of the questions expected in the upcoming exam.
Try to cover almost all the topics. Focus on 90 Mark Goal. You can certainly achieve it with balanced approach.
Best of Luck.