CTET 2018 Online Application Reopens for Some | Apply & Make Corrections

CTET 2018: CBSE has reopened the online application process for Central Teachers Eligibility Test for the year 2018. On 27 August 2018 only, CBSE has closed the CTET online application but now it has now reopened the same. Although the same link has been opened for some candidates of the CTET, that too till 15 September 2018.

CBSE started with the CTET exam application for the year 2018 on 1 August 2018 after 40 days of delay. Now as well recently the Board has extended the last date for the form correction after making amendments in the eligibility criteria. Know more details regarding the CTET Exam 2018 below.

CTET 2018: Online Application Process Reopen for these Candidates

CBSE Central Teacher Eligibility Test has reopened the online application process link but for few candidates for the year 2018. Although those who have to make a correction in the CTET application form and apply for the paper I after the change in the eligibility criteria can do the same online. As per the official notification, candidates can make corrections in the form till 15 September 2018.

Aspirants willing to make changes in the online application for CTET 2018 can visit the official website i.e and then go to the link stating online correction for CTET 2018. After clicking the same, one has to fill up the registration number, password and captcha and then has to submit them all for making corrections in the CTET application form 2018.

Exam Date and more details regarding the CTET 2018

After months of wait CBSE finally announced the exam date for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test, that has been scheduled for 9 December 2018. As per the previous notification, CBSE was supposed to conduct the CTET 2018 on 16 September 2018. But because of the delay in the online application process, CBSE has to push ahead the CTET exam for the year 2018.

Also for the very first time in 2018, CBSE will hold the CTET Exam in 20 different languages and even B.Ed candidates can apply for Paper I. For more updates of the CTET exam 2018, one must keep a tap on the official website regularly. We wish all the luck to the candidates about to appear for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2018.

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