Updated: August 18, 2023, 06:28 PM IST
CTET 2023 Admit Card Live: The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Admit Card has been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and is available on its official website at ctet.nic.in. Candidates who successfully submitted their applications and paid their application fees between April 27, 2023, and May 26, 2023, may now access their admit cards through candidate login.
On-paper response systems (OMRs) will be used to administer the CTET exam, scheduled for August 20, 2023. The Board has posted information about the examination city on the admit cards that are available online.
CTET Exam 2023 July Session: Exam Cities and Instructions
It is crucial to remember that candidates selected their preferred exam cities during the application process and knew the exam would be conducted online. The examination mode, however, has since changed to offline, with cities modified according to the district of the applicant’s present address and the number of examination centers available.
Candidates must arrive at the examination center 120 minutes before the start of the exam at 7:30 AM for Shift I and 12:30 PM for Shift II. Entry will not be permitted for those who arrive after 9:30 AM in Shift-I and after 2:30 PM in Shift-II.
Steps to download the CTET 2023 July Session Admit Card
Step 1: Visit https://ctet.nic.in/, the official CTET website.
Step 2: Find the link that says “Admit Card” or “Download Admit Card” on the homepage.
Step 3: Open the provided link to access the CTET admit card for the July 2023 exam.
Step 4: Enter your login information, including your Application number, Birthdate, and Security Pin.
Step 5: To generate your CTET admit card, after entering all the required information, click the “Submit” button.
Step 6: Download and print the admit card after it has been displayed on the screen. Keep both a digital and hard copy as backups for your records and future use.
CTET Exam 2023: CBSE Statement
According to the CBSE’s statement in the pre-admit card notice, the exam cities have changed due to offline testing, and applicants have been assigned centers based on the district where they are currently located. There will be two exams for the CTET: Paper I will be for candidates who want to teach in grades I through V, and Paper II will be for candidates who want to teach in grades VI through VIII. The Paper I and Paper II exams are required for anyone who wants to teach at both levels (classes I through V and VI through VIII).
Candidates must access their e-Admit Cards from the official CTET website and show up at the designated testing location. The CTET Unit must be notified immediately of any errors in the e-admit card details so they can be fixed. Candidates are urged to carefully read and follow the instructions on the admit card before the exam to ensure a positive exam experience.