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CTET 2018: Last 2 Days Left For Correction In Application Form

By: Archana on September 13, 2018

CTET 2018 registration process has already been closed last month, the window for making the correction in the application form has been opened by CBSE for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) and is presently accessible at the official site — ctet.nic.in. A detailed schedule has been released on the website.  Applicants who due to some reason was not able to complete their application form or have mistakenly put a wrong information have a chance till September 15, 2018, to complete the form and submit it again. The candidate who fails to complete the form or correct the information will not be allowed to sit for the selection exam and application will be rejected. 

CTET 2018 Last Date of Application Correction

Once the application form correction is completed and the window is closed, no correction request will be taken in any circumstances. Also, it is important that correction is made before submitting the payment once payment is done no correction can be done. The candidates are allowed to make correction only in the following particulars i.e. name, father's name and mother's name, date of birth, category, differently abled category, Paper opted (Paper I or Paper II), Subject of paper in case of paper II, First choice of Examination Centre, language I and/or II opted, Address of correspondence and the name of the Institution/College/University from where he/she has obtained his/her B.Ed Degree/Diploma in Elementary Education etc. Also please note that no change will be accepted through offline mode, either made through fax, application or by email etc. No correspondence requesting a change in the application form will be entertained once the correction date is over.

The exam will be observed and conducted in and about 92 cities across the nation for selection of qualified as well as potential teachers, who can take the classes of 1 to 8th standards. A candidate needs to score a minimum of 60 per cent score to be granted with TET certificate, that is the case for a student applying under the general category for the students applying under Reserved category of SC/ST and person with the disability needs only 55 per cent of marks to get TET certificate. It is important to know that the CTET 2018 Certificate is valid for 7 years from the day of declaration of the result.  

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