CBSE CTET 2022 Registration: According to the notification released for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), registration for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2022 has started from October 31. At the same time, the last date of application has been fixed as November 24, 2022.
Interested candidates can apply for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) December exam by visiting the official website — ctet.nic.in — This exam will be held from December 2022 to January 2023 in CBT mode.
The last date to apply for CTET 2022 is November 24. Candidates can pay the application fee till November 25. This time the allotment of exam city in CTET will be on a first come and first served basis. That is, if the candidate wants the exam city of their choice, then he/she has to apply as soon as possible without waiting for the last date.
CTET 2022: Application Fee
The registration fee for CTET 2022 for general and OBC candidates is Rs 1,000 for papers 1 or 2 and Rs 1,200 for both papers 1 and 2. The fee is Rs 500 for one and Rs 600 for SC, ST and PWD candidates.
CTET 2022: Documents Required
- Valid email id and phone number
- Valid ID Proof – Passport / Aadhar Card / Voter ID Card / Ration Card, etc.
- Scanned photo and signature of the candidates
- Certificates of class 10th and 12th
- Debit or credit card/net banking details
CTET 2022: Know How to Register?
- Visit the official website -– ctet.nic.in —
- After that click on the link for registration for CTET 2022
- Now start filling out your application form
- After that, upload all the requested documents
- Finally, after paying the application fee, click on the submit button
- Now, take a printout of the application form and keep it with you for future reference
The CTET 2022 entrance exam will be conducted between December 2022 and January 2023 in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. The exact date of the exam will be mentioned on the admit card of the candidates.
There will be no negative marking
It is a matter of certainty for the candidates to appear for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) that the candidates will not have to worry about the negative marking in this exam. So the candidates can solve all the questions without worrying about the negative marking. No marks will be deducted for any wrong answer.