The Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) exam dates have been announced

Entrance Central Teachers Eligibility Test is conducted for recruitment of teachers in primary and upper primary. Registration for this exam has started and will continue till November 23, 2023. Registration can be done both online and offline. And the exam will be done only after the registration is over.

This year's CTET exam will be held on Sunday, January 21, 2024. The exam will be conducted in two halves. Examination will be conducted for two and a half hours in each half. The result of the exam will be published by the end of February next year.

First visit CTET official website ctet(dot)nic(dot)in

 Now click on the link written Apply for CTET Jan 2024.

 If you are a new candidate, click on the New Registration link and complete the registration.

 After registration log in and start filling CTET application form.

 Upload the scanned copy of your photograph and signature along with the completed application form.

Now submit the application fee online.

Save and submit the application form after payment. Do not forget to take a print of the application form.

For more details visit the official website of Central Teacher Eligibility Test ctet(dot)nic(dot)in

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