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CBSE CTET 2014: Eligibility criteria

July 17, 2014


The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for the session 2014 is scheduled to take place on

September 21. The online applications for the same have begun and will continue till August 8.

CTET will have two papers: Paper I will be set for candidates who wish to teach the students of

classes I to V and Paper II will be conducted for those candidates who wish to teach classes VI

to VIII.

But are you eligible to apply and appear for the exam? The eligibility criterion is listed below:

To become a teacher for Classes I to V (Primary stage):

The candidates should have qualified senior secondary with at least 50 per cent marks and

should have passed or should be appearing in the final year of two-year diploma in elementary

education;

Or

The candidates should have qualified senior secondary with at least 45 per cent marks and

should have passed or should be appearing in the final year of two-year diploma in elementary

education in accordance with the NCTE (recognition norms and procedure), Regulations, 2002;

Or

The candidates should have qualified senior secondary with at least 50 per cent marks and

should have passed or should be appearing in the final four-year bachelors of elementary

education;

Or

The candidates should have qualified senior secondary with at least 50 per cent marks and

should have passed or should be appearing in the final year of two-year diploma in education;

Or

The candidates should be graduates and should have passed or appeared in final year of two-

year diploma in elementary education.

To become a teacher for Classes VI to VIII (Elementary stage):

The candidates should be graduates and should have passed or should be appearing in final

year of two-year diploma in elementary education;

Or

The candidates should be graduates having acquired at least 50 per cent marks and should

have passed or should be appearing in one-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed);

Or

The candidates should be graduates with at least 45 per cent marks and should have passed

or should be appearing in one-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed), in accordance with the NCTE

(recognition norms and procedure) regulations issued from time to time in this regard;

OR

The candidates should have passed senior secondary with at least 50 per cent marks and

should have passed or should be appearing in final year of four-year bachelor in elementary

education;

Or

The candidates should have passed senior secondary with at least 50 per cent marks and

should have passed or should be appearing in final year of four year BA/ B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/

B.Sc.Ed;

Or

The candidates should be graduates having acquired at least 50 per cent marks and should

have passed or should be appearing in one year B.Ed. Source: I.T

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