The application process of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2018 has been ended on August 27, 2018. The fee depositing window is going to be open today i. e. August 30, 2018 until 03:30 PM. There are many candidates who did not get the confirmation page after fee submission, do not worry Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has provided the solution.
The candidates who are facing such problems has to approach the Assistant Secretary (Exam), CTET unit CBSE, from today to September 04, 2018 between 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM.
Now the question arises, How to Approach Assistant Secretary (Exam), CTET?
Yes, candidates may be thinking that how we can approach CTET Secretary. Now CBSE has provided proper ways to communicate with CTET Assistant Secretary. The aspirants may visit in person or they can write an email for resolving the problem in the given address.
Evidence of Fee Submission is Most Important while approching.
CBSE has directed in the official notification of CTET, that candidates must have the proof of fee submission. Those who have submitted the application fee online must have the Bank Statement if aspirants made the fee submission through offline then the copy of E-challan is mandatory while approaching the Secretary.
The above-mentioned proof is mandatory irrespective of the medium of approaching. In case, online correspondence candidates should attach the documents.
After the confirmation page generation, the candidates who have made mistake in their application form can modify their application in the given time frame. CBSE has assigned September 06 to 15 , 2018 for Application Form Correction of CTET 2018.
Apart from correcting the errors, aspirants can modify their applications as well. As per the new amendamend in eligibility criteria now the aspirants who have completed their Bachelors of Education can apply for both the papers of CTET.
Hence such candidates who want to take Eligibility Certificate in both papers can modify their form, and they have to pay the difference of application fee as well.
Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is conducted for the aspirants who want to be Teacher. After clearing CTET, they get the eligibility certificate as a teacher. CTET has two papers. CTET Paper I is for Class I to V i. e. Primary Level, while CTET Paper II is Junior Level Teacher i. e. for Class VI to VIII.
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