The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has commenced the Central Teacher Eligibility Test or CTET 2021 from today, December 16 onwards. However, the major update of the hour is the CTET exam cancel news that is trending on social media sites like Twitter. CTET 2021 examination was supposed to take place over two shifts today. The first paper or Paper I was successfully held in the first shift today but the second paper, which was scheduled for the shift got cancelled.
CTET 2021 second paper which was scheduled from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM has got postponed. As per reports, the paper that was to be held in the second shift had to be postponed due to a server issue. It is advised that candidates do not pay heed to any CTET paper cancel news as the paper was not cancelled but rather postponed.
This notice was put up outside a particular examination centre. It says:
This is to inform that the exam of CBSE CTET shift 2, dated December 16, 2021 has been postponed. Those candidates who are to attend this exam will receive a message from CBSE’s side to ensure that the exam has been postponed.
Any reports surrounding CTET paper leak news 2021 has not been confirmed yet. There has also been no official update regarding this matter on ctet.nic.in. This is for the first time that CTET is being conducted in the online computer-based examination mode. The problem arose when the authorized software crashed in some examination centres. Due to this, the CTET paper 2 eventually got postponed. In some places, there also arose a tussle between the candidates and the college authorities.
However, this whole CTET exam postponed 2021 fiasco does not mean that the exam has been cancelled. Please note that only Paper 2 of today’s exam has been postponed. The remaining exams will be held as per the existing schedule provided by CBSE. Moreover, this issue does not affect the Paper 1 exam that was held in the first shift.
Experts have analysed that the difficulty level of today’s CTET Paper 1 was easy. The questions were lengthy and most of them were repeated from the previous year question papers. Candidates had to devote a good time to read these questions. Some are of the opinion that the NCERT content has been nicely included in the exam. Overall, the question paper had an easy to moderate level of difficulty.