ctet july 2019 ctet july 2019 paper ii syllabus
List of Languages and Code are as follows:
Ans: 1. In CTET Paper-I: Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I, Language-II, Mathematics and Environmental Studies.
CTET Syllabus 2020 is shared here for Paper 1 and Paper 2 of all subjects. CTET Exam is scheduled to be held on 5th July in two different sessions for Paper 1 (Primary Stage) and Paper 2 (Elementary Stage). Check here detailed section-wise syllabus and exam pattern of the CTET Paper I & II in download PDF format.
CTET 2020: Download PDF complete CTET Study Material 2020 for Paper 1 and Paper 2 including CTET July 2020 Syllabus, Previous Year Papers, Mock Tests, Important Topics and Questions. Candidates can PDF Download the CTET study material for free and can accordingly begin their preparations to score high marks.
CTET Answer Key 2019 (Download) released by CBSE @ ctet.nic.in. Check how to raise objections and challenge the faulty CTET answer key till July 26.
CTET 2019 Analysis Paper 1 & 2: Check CTET 2019 detailed paper analysis and review of Paper 1 and Paper 2 of all the sections here. Know the difficulty level and number of good attempts.
Senior Secondary (or it’s equivalent) with at least 45% marks and passed or appearing in final year of 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education.
The applicant needs to fulfill the below-mentioned requirements in order to appear for CBSE CTET 2020 July exam. Please note that the CTET eligibility criteria depend purely on the Class for which the candidate is applying for:
Ans: CTET exam centers are allotted as per the city preferences mentioned by the candidate in his/her application form. The authorities provide the exam center within the cities mentioned by the candidates. Know More CTET 2020 Exam Centers
CTET 2020 Qualifying marks is the score that candidates must score in order to clear the exam. Only candidates who qualify the test will be awarded CTET Eligibility Certificate. The qualifying marks varies for different categories. Reserved category candidates are given 5% relaxation in the qualifying marks.