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CTET 2021 ADMIT CARDS RELEASED

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 The Central Board of Secondary Education will be conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) in Computer Based Mode (Online) during 16th December 2021 – 13th January 2022 at different cities throughout the country. 

The e-Admit Cards of candidates (who have paid the fees) and allotted examination dates during 16th – 31st December 2021 have been uploaded on the CTET website https://ctet.nic.in

The admit cards for the candidates who have been allotted dates of examination during 01st – 13th January 2022 will be uploaded in due course of time. 

The admit cards for all candidates will be uploaded in two phases. First phase of admit cards will contain the information of City and Date of Examination to enable the candidate(s) to make plan accordingly. 

Second phase of admit cards with information of examination centre and shift of examination will be available on the website 02 days before the examination. The candidates are advised to download their e-admit card of first phase and second phase from above website.

The request for change of examination city, examination centre and date of examination will not be entertained. 

The CTET Unit has rejected images of photo and signature of some candidates which were not in proper format; such candidates were informed by sending message on their registered mobile number to upload the correct images again. But some of the candidates have still not uploaded their correct images so their eAdmit cards are not issued. These candidates have to upload their correct images immediately latest by 13/12/2021 failing which Admit card will not be issued in any circumstances and candidate will not be allowed to appear in examination. After verification of images their eAdmit cards will be uploaded on the website. In case any applicant is not able to download his/her e-Admit card, he/she may contact CTET Unit CBSE, on 011- 22240112, 22240108, 22240107 and 22247154 between (9.00 AM to 5.30 PM) on working days. 

The candidates may note that no e-Admit Card will be sent to them by post.

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