CTET 2018: CBSE Bring On Some Changes for the Application & Exam to be held in September

CTET Exam 2018: CBSE introduced a lot of changes in the Central Teachers Eligibility Test for the year 2018. With the starting of the CTET online application form, students have been invaded with many changes coming up in 2018. Central Board of Secondary Education on August 1 opened up the link for CTET online application form for the candidates waiting for the same.

After a month delay, finally, CTET aspirants got a good news in the starting of August 2018. CBSE after 40 days of delay stated the online application process for the CTET Exam 2018. Know the details of new changes introduced by the CBSE for the CTET exam 2018 below.

CTET 2018: Exam to be Conducted in 20 Different Languages

CBSE earlier itself released a report stating that from the year 2018 onwards, Central Teachers Eligibility Test will be conducted in 20 different languages. HRD Minister himself took over to Twitter and announced that for the first time CBSE will be conducting the Central Eligibility Test for the year 2018 in 20 different Indian languages. Now in the official notification of the CBSE CTET exam 2018 as well, the Board has cleared that candidates can appear for the exam in 20 languages.

Here’s the list of 20 languages and their code in which CTET exam 2018 will be conducted as per the official notification- English (01), Hindi (02), Assamese (03), Bengali (04), Garo (05), Gujarati (06), Kannada (07), Khasi (08), Malayalam (09), Manipuri (10), Marathi (11), Mizo (12), Nepali (13), Oriya (14), Punjabi (15), Sanskrit (16), Tamil (17), Telugu (18), Tibetian (19) and Urdu (20). Out of any of the above-mentioned languages, candidates can answer in any language as per their comfort in the CTET Exam 2018.

More details regarding CBSE CTET Exam 2018

Even earlier CBSE also asked NCTE to make changes in the syllabus of the Central Teachers Eligibility Test for the year 2018. Looking towards the official notification, we can say that some changes have been also been made in the CTET syllabus, making it tough for the applicants to clear the same for the year 2018.

Although as per the earlier notification CTET Exam was scheduled on 17 September 2018, but the exam dates is still awaited as per the new official notification of the CBSE CTET Exam 2018. Applicants are requested to keep a tap on the official website of Central Teachers Eligibility Test i.e

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