CTET July 2024: ( LAST DATE EXTENDED) Eligibility, Dates, Fees, Exam Pattern & More



The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for July 2024. Candidates interested in applying for CTET Paper I (Primary Level) and Paper II (Junior Level) can submit their applications online between 07 March 2024 and 02 April 2024. Applicants are advised to consult the official notification for details on eligibility criteria, vacancies by category, information about positions, Physical Efficiency Test (PET) guidelines, the selection process, age restrictions, salary details, and other pertinent information.

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) July 2024 is a pivotal examination for aspiring educators aiming to forge a career in teaching at the elementary level in India. The CTET July 2024 serves as a gateway for securing teaching positions in various Central and State government schools, as well as in private institutions that recognize the CTET certification. As an essential benchmark of teacher quality, the CTET July 2024 aims to ensure that qualified and passionate teachers enter the profession, thereby enhancing educational standards across the nation.

Scheduled to take place in July 2024, the CTET July 2024 examination is meticulously designed to assess candidates' aptitude and subject knowledge required for teaching at the primary and upper primary levels. By successfully clearing the CTET July 2024, candidates not only demonstrate their proficiency in pedagogical methodologies but also their commitment to the teaching profession. The CTET July 2024 includes two papers, with Paper I targeting aspirants wishing to teach classes I to V and Paper II for those interested in teaching classes VI to VIII.

The importance of the CTET July 2024 cannot be overstated, as it sets a national standard in teacher recruitment, ensuring that quality education is delivered across schools. Aspiring educators are encouraged to meticulously prepare for the CTET July 2024, as a high score not only qualifies them for teaching positions but also enhances their professional credibility. With the CTET July 2024 on the horizon, candidates are gearing up for what could be a career-defining examination, poised to elevate the teaching standards and contribute significantly to the shaping of future generations.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)

Central Teacher Eligibility Test CTET July 2024

CTET July 2024 Exam : Short Details of Notification

CTET July 2024: Eligibility, Dates, Fees, Exam Pattern & More

CTET July 2024 Key Dates

  • Application Start Date: March 7, 2024
  • Registration End Date: April 5, 2024 (Date Extended)
  • Final Date for Fee Payment: April 2, 2024
  • Examination Date: July 7, 2024
  • Availability of Admit Cards: To be released before the examination
  • Release of Answer Key: To follow after the exam
  • Results Announcement: To be declared in due course

CTET July 2024 Application Fee

Single Paper Application:

  • General/OBC/EWS: ₹1000
  • SC/ST/PH: ₹500
Both Papers (Primary & Junior):
  • General/OBC/EWS: ₹1200
  • SC/ST/PH: ₹600

Payment Method: Fees can be paid through Debit/Credit Card, Net Banking, or E-Challan.

Eligibility Criteria for CTET July 2024

CBSE CTET July 2024 Examination Eligibility Criteria

For CTET Primary Level (Classes I to V):

Candidates should have completed Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with a minimum of 50% marks and be in the final year (or have passed) a 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education, regardless of its specific title.

Alternatively, possessing at least 45% marks in Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) and being in the final year (or having passed) a 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education, adhering to the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, 2002, is also acceptable.

Having at least 50% marks in Senior Secondary (or equivalent) and being in the final year (or having passed) a 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) qualifies a candidate.

Candidates with at least 50% marks in Senior Secondary (or equivalent) and in the final year (or having passed) a 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education) are also eligible.

For CTET Junior Level (Classes VI to VIII):

A Graduate who has passed or is appearing in the final year of a 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education qualifies.

Holding at least 50% marks in Graduation or Post-Graduation and being in the final year (or having passed) Bachelor in Education (B.Ed) meets the eligibility criteria.

Graduates with at least 45% marks and in the final year (or having passed) Bachelor in Education (B.Ed), in line with the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, are also eligible.

Having at least 50% marks in Senior Secondary (or equivalent) and being in the final year (or having passed) a 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) or a 4-year B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed qualifies a candidate.

Graduates with at least 50% marks and in the final year (or having passed) B.Ed. (Special Education) are eligible.

Candidates who have completed a B.Ed program recognized by the NCTE are eligible to take the TET/CTET. This includes individuals currently pursuing any teacher education courses (recognized by the NCTE or the RCI) as specified in the NCTE Notification dated 23rd August 2010.

Those with a Post-Graduation degree with a minimum of 55% marks or its equivalent grade and in the final year of a three-year integrated B.Ed.-M.Ed program are also eligible.

These detailed criteria are designed to ensure that candidates are well-prepared and qualified for teaching roles at the respective primary and junior levels.

CTET July 2024 Exam Pattern (Paper 1)

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) consists exclusively of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). Each question presents four options, from which candidates must select the most appropriate answer. Each correct response earns one mark, and importantly, incorrect answers do not result in negative marking. The CTET is divided into two distinct papers:

  • Paper I targets individuals aspiring to teach students from classes I to V.
  • Paper II is designed for those aiming to teach students from classes VI to VIII.

Candidates who wish to qualify as teachers for both groups—from classes I to V and VI to VIII—must take both papers.

Paper I (Primary Stage) for Classes I to V spans two and a half hours and includes the following mandatory sections, each with 30 MCQs worth 30 marks:

  • Child Development and Pedagogy
  • Mathematics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Language I
  • Language II
  • This structure results in a total of 150 MCQs, equating to 150 marks.

Detailed Insights into the Question Standards and Content:

Child Development and Pedagogy: Questions will emphasize educational psychology, focusing on the 6-11 year age group. Topics include understanding diverse learners, engaging effectively with them, and the traits of an effective learning facilitator

Language I & II: The first language assesses proficiency in the medium of instruction, while the second language tests comprehension and communication skills. Language II will differ from Language I, requiring candidates to choose their languages from the provided options, which must be specified on the Confirmation Page.

Mathematics and Environmental Studies: These sections test conceptual understanding, problem-solving skills, pedagogical knowledge, and applications, with questions distributed across the NCERT syllabus for classes I-V.

The difficulty level of Paper I questions aligns with the NCERT syllabus for classes I-V but may extend up to the secondary stage to assess a deeper understanding and application of concepts.

Language Options for CTET:

Candidates must select two languages for the CTET, one as Language I and the other as Language II, from the following options:

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), Odia (14), Punjabi (15), Sanskrit (16), Tamil (17), Telugu (18), Tibetan (19), Urdu (20).

This comprehensive structure ensures the CTET thoroughly assesses the requisite knowledge and skills for teaching at the primary and upper primary stages.

CTET July 2024: Exam Pattern Paper - 2

Paper II (for Classes VI to VIII) Elementary Stage: Examination Duration: Two and a half hours. Structure and Content (Mandatory for all candidates): (Refer to Appendix I)

Child Development & Pedagogy (mandatory) - 30 MCQs for 30 Marks

Mathematics and Science - 60 MCQs for 60 Marks (for candidates specializing in Mathematics and Science)


Social Studies/Social Science - 60 MCQs for 60 Marks (for candidates specializing in Social Studies/Social Science)

  • Language I (mandatory) - 30 MCQs for 30 Marks
  • Language II (mandatory) - 30 MCQs for 30 Marks

*For candidates specializing in subjects other than those mentioned above, either option (IV) or (V) must be chosen.

Total: 150 MCQs for 150 Marks

Nature and Level of Questions:

  • The Child Development and Pedagogy section aims at assessing the candidate’s understanding of educational psychology, teaching methods, and learning processes applicable to the 11-14 years age group, focusing on the diverse needs, psychology of learners, interaction techniques, and attributes of an effective facilitator of learning.
  • Language I will test proficiency related to the medium of instruction.
  • Language II will evaluate comprehension, language, and communication skills. Language II will be different from Language I. Candidates must choose two languages for CTET from the given list and indicate their choices on the Confirmation Page.
  • The Mathematics and Science or Social Studies/Social Science sections are designed to assess conceptual knowledge, problem-solving skills, pedagogical understanding, and application of the subjects, with items evenly distributed across the syllabus as prescribed for classes VI-VIII by NCERT.
  • Although the questions will be based on the VI-VIII syllabus outlined by NCERT, their difficulty and linkage may extend up to the Senior Secondary stage.

Candidates must select two languages from the following options and specify their choices:

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), Odia (14), Punjabi (15), Sanskrit (16), Tamil (17), Telugu (18), Tibetan (19), Urdu (20).

READ: CTET Exam Syllabus (Paper 1 and Paper 2)

CTET July 2024: Qualifying Marks and Issuance of CTET Certificate

In accordance with the NCTE Notification No.76-4/2010/NCTE/Acad dated February 11, 2011, candidates scoring 60% or above in the TET exam will be deemed as having passed the TET. The following considerations apply:

a) School administrations (including Government, local bodies, government-aided, and private unaided schools) may offer concessions to candidates from SC/ST, OBC, differently-abled categories, among others, as per their prevailing reservation policies.

b) While CTET scores may be considered in the recruitment processes, passing the CTET alone does not guarantee recruitment/employment, as it is one of the multiple criteria for appointment.

Applicability of CTET:

i) CTET is applicable to schools under the Central Government (such as KVS, NVS, Central Tibetan Schools, etc.) and schools governed by the Union Territories of Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, and the NCT of Delhi.

ii) Private unaided schools have the option to consider CTET for their recruitment processes.

iii) State Government-owned/local body-governed and aided schools should adhere to the TET conducted by the State. Nonetheless, a State Government has the discretion to adopt CTET instead of conducting its own State TET.

iv) As per the amended CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws, the minimum qualification requirement for teachers teaching classes I to VIII in schools affiliated with CBSE includes passing the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) or the State-conducted Teacher Eligibility Test (TET), following guidelines established by the NCTE. This requirement has been in effect since March 6, 2012.

Validity Period of the CTET Certificate:

The CTET qualifying certificate is valid for life across all categories. There are no limits on the number of attempts for acquiring a CTET Certificate. Candidates who have already qualified can attempt the CTET again to improve their scores.

CTET July 2024: E-Admit Card Instructions

Candidates are required to download their e-Admit Card from the official CTET website and present it at the designated examination center. Should there be any inconsistencies in the e-admit card details such as candidate information, photo, signature, or any discrepancies from what was submitted on the confirmation page, it's imperative to contact the CTET Unit immediately for corrections. 

Arrival Times for Examination:

  • - For Paper-II, candidates must arrive at the examination center by 7:30 AM.
  • - For Paper-I, the arrival time is 12:00 PM. 

This means candidates should be at the examination center 120 minutes prior to the start of their respective exams. Late arrivals, post 9:30 AM for Paper-II and post 2:00 PM for Paper-I, will not be permitted to take the examination.

It is crucial for all candidates to carefully review and adhere to the instructions provided on the admit card to ensure the smooth conduct of the examination.

Guidelines for the CTET Examination Process

Examination Venue Opening:

The examination halls will open at 7:30 AM for Paper II and at 12:00 PM for Paper I, precisely 120 minutes prior to the exam start time. It's crucial for candidates to promptly occupy their seats once the halls open to avoid missing important instructions. Late arrivals might miss initial announcements due to unforeseen delays like traffic or transport issues.

Biometric Verification:

Candidates might undergo biometric verification at the exam centers. Arriving early can prevent any delay in starting your exam. Latecomers risk losing valuable exam time.

Admit Card Requirement:

Admission to the exam room requires presenting the Admit Card downloaded from the official CTET site. Absence of a valid Admit Card will result in denial of entry by the Centre Superintendent.

Seating Arrangement:

Each candidate will be assigned a specific seat based on their roll number. It's mandatory to occupy only the assigned seat. Unauthorized seat changes will lead to cancellation of candidature.

Late Entry Policy:

Entry post-exam commencement is strictly prohibited. Candidates must arrive at the examination center by 7:30 AM for Paper II and 12:00 PM for Paper I, allowing a full 120 minutes before the exam begins.

Prohibited Items:

The following items are not allowed inside the exam center: stationery, communication devices, electronic gadgets, watches, wallets, jewelry, and any other potential means of cheating.

Examination Conduct:

Leaving the seat or exam room before completion without the invigilator's permission is not allowed. Candidates must submit their answer sheets and sign the attendance sheet a second time before leaving. Failure to do so will be treated as misconduct.

Exam Hall Regulations:

The exam hall is a strictly no-smoking zone, and consumption of edibles or beverages is not permitted during the exam.

Test Booklet Distribution:

Fifteen minutes before the paper starts, candidates will receive a sealed Test Booklet and Answer Sheet. Required details should be filled on the Test Booklet with a personal Ball Point Pen (Black/Blue), which candidates need to bring themselves. The Test Booklet should only be opened when instructed.

By adhering to these guidelines, candidates can ensure a smooth examination process. Main question paper shall be Bilingual (Hindi/English)

How to Fill CTET July 2024 Exam Online Form

Filling out the CTET July 2024 online application form is a straightforward process. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you through the application procedure:

1. Visit the Official Website

Start by visiting the official CTET or CBSE website where the CTET 2024 application is hosted.

2. Find the CTET July 2024 Section

Look for a link or section dedicated to CTET July 2024. This could be labeled as "Apply Online," "CTET July 2024 Application," or something similar.

3. Register Yourself

If you're a new user, you will need to register by providing necessary details like name, date of birth, email id, mobile number, etc., to generate your login credentials. If you're a returning user, log in with your existing credentials.

4. Fill in the Application Form

Once logged in, proceed to fill the application form. Enter all required details accurately, including personal information, educational qualifications, and eligibility details. Make sure to double-check everything for accuracy.

5. Upload Documents

You will be asked to upload scanned images of your photograph, signature, and other required documents. Ensure these images meet the specified size and format requirements outlined in the instructions.

6. Choose Your Exam Center

Select your preferred exam center. Be mindful that exam centers are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis, so apply early to increase your chances of getting your preferred location.

7. Pay the Application Fee

Pay the application fee online using a debit/credit card, net banking, or other available payment methods. The fee structure varies based on the category (General/OBC/SC/ST) and the number of papers you are applying for.

8. Final Submission

Before submitting the form, review all the information you've entered. Once you’re sure everything is correct, submit the application form.

9. Print Confirmation Page

After submission, you’ll likely see a confirmation page or receive a confirmation email. Print this out for your records as proof of application.

10. Keep Track of Important Dates

Note down important dates such as the last date for application, date of fee payment, and the date when the admit card will be available. Keep checking the official website for any updates or changes to the schedule.

Important Notes:

  • Ensure that all information provided is accurate and corresponds with official documents.
  • Keep scanned copies of all necessary documents, photographs, and signatures ready before you start the application process.
  • Make note of your application number or registration ID after submitting the form for future reference.

By following these steps, you should be able to successfully complete your CTET July 2024 online application without any issues. Good luck!

CTET July 2024: Registration Steps

Authentication Stage: Begin by entering your details such as State, Identification Type (choose any applicable ID), Name, Date of Birth, and Gender.

Application Form: Complete the online application form and set a password. Upon submission, you'll receive a unique Registration or Application Number. Note this down for future reference. Use this number along with your chosen password for all future logins.

Password Guidelines:

  • Your password should be between 8 to 13 characters.
  • It must include at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one number, and one special character (!@#$%^&*-).
  • You have the option to change your password post-login. However, the new password should not match any of the last three passwords used.

Security Advice:

Keep your password confidential to avoid misuse. The CTET and NIC cannot be held accountable for any misuse of your password.

Always log out after completing your session to prevent unauthorized access or alterations to your application information.

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