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CTET 2021 Exam: CBESE will conduct CETET 2021 exam tomorrow, read these important topics before going to the test center

CTET 2021 Exam: Considering the Corona epidemic, this year the Board (CBSE Board) has given the examinees the freedom to choose their examination center.

CET 2021 Exam: The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET 2021) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be held on 31 January 2021. Examination Admission Card (CTET Admission Card 2021) has already been issued by the Board (CBSE Board). Read More – CTET 2021 Exam: If You Want To Crack CTET Exam, Remember These Special Things

Considering the Corona epidemic, this year the Board (CBSE Board) has given the examinees the freedom to choose their test centers. Along with the admission card, the Board (CBSE) has also given the necessary guidelines for the exam (CET 2021 exam) so that the candidates can strictly follow it. Read more – CBSE 12th Board Exam 2021 Physics Sample Paper: This was a previously applied Physics paper, check your level of preparation

The required list will be taken up at the test center for CTET 2021 Read more – CBSE Board 10th, 12th Exam 2021 Date Sheet: The CBSE Board will publish the exam schedule on this day, the Education Minister has given the latest information

Candidates will have to bring their own hand sanitizer in 50 mm transparent bottle.
Candidates must wear masks and hand gloves.
The water bottle should be transparent.
Candidates have to bring any identity card like Admission Card and Aadhaar Card or Driving License.

CBSE Board Guidelines

Candidates should always cover their nose and face with face mask.

Social distance should be followed at the CTET examination center.

Candidates will not be able to exchange any product during the examination.

To arrive at the test center, candidates must use safe transportation methods.

Candidates should be protected from spitting in public places and face masks and teeth used in closed mouth dustbins should be discarded.

Contact with strangers should be avoided. They should not hug or shake hands with anyone.

Keep the toilet clean during and after use.

Do not touch eyes, nose and mouth with unconscious hands.

Make sure you are not infected or have any symptoms of coronavirus.

Get parental advice about COVID-19 before and after the test

Earlier, the CTET test was scheduled to be held on July 5, 2020, but was postponed due to an outbreak of the coronavirus. Admission is mandatory for CTET 2021 exam. If you forget it, you can download this direct link from https://ctet.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx.

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