Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2021 exam from December 16, 2021, onward. The national level teacher eligibility test will be held through the computer based test mode at selected centres across the country. It will be held for a duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes till January 13, 2022. However, with the exam just around the corner, students are wondering about the issuance of admit cards.
In the last few days, several news reports claimed that the admit card shall release soon. They even went as far as speculating the release date. However, they were all disproved after CBSE did not release the CTET 2021 admit cards. Candidates checked for a download link on the official website ctet.nic.in. However, no such link could be found. Many were also claiming that admit cards will be released today, December 06, 2021. However, with the day moving towards its second half, there is no sign of hall tickets releasing.
Following are the trends for CTET 2021 exam dates and admit card release dates –
|CTET Year||Exam Date||Admit Card Release Date||Gap between both dates|
|202||January 31, 2021||January 13, 2021||18 days|
|2019||December 08, 2019||November 20, 2019||18 days|
|2018||December 9, 2018||November 22, 2018||17 days|
Looking at the past-year trends, it is evident that the CTET 2021 admit cards have not been released 15-19 days prior. So, given that the exam is not rescheduled, candidates can expect their hall tickets to release this week itself, preferably by Friday, December 10, 2021.
Once released, candidates can visit the official website of CTET 2021 i.e., ctet.nic.in, and search, “CTET Admit Card December 2021 Link”.
Candidates can thereafter, enter the required login credentials such as registration number, date of birth, etc to access their admit cards. They are advised to download or print a copy of the hall ticket as soon as possible before the exam. With just a few days left for the exam, candidates are also advised to pay attention to their preparation instead of believing in rumors and speculations.