CTET Exam 2018 | Update on Validity & Applicability of Qualified CTET Certificate

CTET Exam 2018: CBSE has started the online application process for Central Teachers Eligibility Test for teacher aspirants for the year 2018. With the start of August only, CBSE releases the official notification and started the online application for the CTET 2018 Exam. Whereas the same has been ongoing on and will close on 27 August 2018.

If you are also a CTET 2018 aspirant but confused regarding the job and validity of the certificate, then here’s the answer to your questions. Check out the details of CBSE CTET Exam 2018 Applicability and Validation of the Certificate below.

CTET 2018: Here’s Where the TET Qualifier can do the Job?

As per the official notification released by Central Board of Secondary Education for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2018, the candidate must have to grab 60% at the TET Exam to qualify for the same. Not only in private Schools but CTET qualifier can also apply for Govt Schools for teachers post, be it primary or Secondary. Even CTET Qualifier can apply for the teacher’s post in Schools under Central Government for the year 2018.

CTET Qualified candidate is eligible to apply for primary or secondary teacher’s post in Schools like- KVS, NVS, and Central Tibetan Schools. Also one can apply in the Schools controlled by UT Administration. Even the doors of unaided private schools are also open for Central┬áTeachers Eligibility Test qualified candidates in 2018. CBSE also consider teachers having a CTET Certificate. For more details regarding the CTET qualifier job, one can check out the official notification for the year 2018.

Details of CTET 2018 Certificate Validity

As far as the Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2018 certificate validity is concerned, the qualified candidates will be handed over a certificate by CBSE for the same. The CTET certificate will be valid for appointment till 7 years of the date of result declaration. Even the CTET qualified candidates can appear for re-exam to improve their points, as there is no restriction of numbers of attempts for the candidate.

Also in case if the CBSE CTET qualified candidate misplaces his/her certificate can re-apply for the same with the DD of Rs 200 + Rs 35 (postal fee) in favor of CBSE Secretary. Furthermore, details click on the official website for the CTET Exam 2018 i.e


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