The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) intends to keep the Central Teacher’s Eligibility Test (CTET) in online mode across 22 Cities in India. The traditional paper pencil mode of exam will also be in practice; last year nearly 790,000 students have registered for CTET. CTET 2011 was conducted by CBSE on 26 June 2011 (Sunday) at 1178 Centers in 86 Cities across the Country & 2 Centers are in abroad.
CTET 2012 is likely to be held during January to June 2012; the test could go online across all major cities in India including Bangalore. CTET will have two papers, Paper I will be for teacher posts to classes I to V, while Paper II will be for teacher posts for classes VI to VIII. You can learn more about CTET, by visiting here.
Last year only 14% managed to qualify in the written test; as many as 617,131 candidates couldn’t clear the test.