CBSE Exams 2019 – Important Exam Dates
To get the confirmed dates, keep visiting CBSE Exams Page. Whenever the exam dates will be released, we will update this page.
CBSE Exams – CBSE Recruitment – Central Teacher Eligibility Test
The Central Board of Secondary Education, a national level board of education, is responsible for the effective and smooth functioning of public and private schools, controlled and managed by Union Government of India. Apart from this, the board conducts Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). On this page, job aspirants will have all important information like the age limit, application procedure, qualification, selection process and prominent dates for CBSE Recruitment. Job seekers are advised to bookmark this page to get CBSE recruitment updates.
Job Opportunities through CBSE Exam – Eligibility Criteria – Educational Qualification
CTET Exam:- Central Teacher Eligibility Test i.e CTET is a minimum qualification for a person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher.
Educational Qualification:- The minimum educational qualification required for CTET Exam is D.El.Ed/ B.El.Ed/ D.Ed (Special Education)/ B.Ed/ B.Ed (Special Education)/ B.A/B.Sc.Ed/ B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed.
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Application Process for CBSE Exams – Apply Online
All desirous candidates can apply for the CBSE Examination by the CBSE Online Portal. Before applying, candidates must ensure their eligibility and follow the instructions carefully. After ensuring eligibility, fill the online Application Form completely. After application submission, a Registration Number/ Application Number will be generated. Note down the Registration No./ Application No as it will be used next time when you log in. While submitting the online form, they will be required to upload a scanned photograph and signature as per the specifications given in the respective advertisement. Keep checking CBSE Admit Cards Page to download admit cards for CBSE Exams.
CTET Exam Pattern – Selection Procedure – Latest Updates
The CTET Exam consists of two papers namely Paper-I for Classes I to V and Paper-II for Classes VI to VIII. All questions in Paper-I and Paper-II will be Multiple Choice Questions with four alternatives out of which one answer will be most appropriate. The CTET qualifying certificate will remain valid for seven years from the date of declaration of its result for all categories. Candidates can check their results at the CBSE Results page.
Why Latest Govt Jobs for CBSE Exams Notifications?
Our web portal provides you with the complete details on CBSE Eligibility Criteria, Application Process, Selection Procedure, Application Fees, Exam Dates of all the above-mentioned CBSE Exams. You can get the latest notifications for School Jobs after Graduation here.