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Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET): JAN-2012, why you must apply for CTET, can you apply for other state’s teacher eligibility test (TET), CTET or State level TET- which one you should apply for?

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26 Jan, 2012- CTET Jan-2012 on 29th January, 2012 in three states has been postponed 
  Download provisional admit card and also see previous question papers of CTET

Online applications for the central teacher eligibility test or CTET for January 2012 is open from 1st November to 25th of November.
You can also purchase form from designated branches of Syndicate Bank. 

Suggestion- better to purchase the form from the bank to avoid the hassle of making bank draft or filling online form and then downloading printout or making online payment etc. All information is well written in the form from the bank.

Last date of form to reach at CBSE office-30th November, 2011
Date of Exam- 29th January, 2012
Eligibility- 50% in graduation with B.Ed. or equivalent. (Appearing can also apply).

Fees- INR 500 for Gen. and OBC and INR 250 for others
Modes of payment- demand draft or debit/credit card.

If you want more details of the:
Please click here to visit the official website

Note- please read the instructions after step 4 and 5 more carefully.

If you have been following the various previous articles in this website and the comments then you might well be aware of the importance of CTET.
But let me repeat once again that you must apply for this CTET in case you have missed the first one.
Let me remind you that CTET conducted by center government must be cleared with 60% of marks to become a school teacher in India.

If you are willing to appear in various central level teacher examination likes of conducted by Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya etc they require you to have cleared CTET before applying.

Various states of India have conducted or in process of conducting their own TET or teacher eligibility test to appoint teachers in their own state.
For example Gujarat, Uttarakhand, some south states have already conducted their TET.
Uttar Pradesh TET is going to be held soon.
If you are from a state of India who is not conducting it own teacher eligibility test (TET) then you will have to be CTET qualified to get appointed as a teacher in that state.

However please remember that CTET is not clear cut substitute for state level TET.

Click here to clarify your doubts regarding this.

According to our knowledge some states are only accepting their own TET for appointing Government teachers within that state (through BTC, JBT etc). It depends upon state government’s own discretion.
So in simple way we can say that to be on a safer side and eligible for applying for any vacancies you must have to clear at least two TET. CTET and that state level TET.

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