CBSE CTET Exam 2020: The CBSE CTET exam is expected to be held on July 5, so the question was in everyone’s mind that how the examination will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in this last corona period. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has already issued a guideline regarding the CBSE CTET exam in the past, so that there is no doubt in the minds of the candidates along with the preparation of the school administration.
This time, the biggest change that the CBSE has made regarding the examination centers is that the candidates will have to take the examination only at the examination centers of their district. Almost every district of the state will be made an examination center so that the candidate will not have to go to other cities to take the exam. Candidates will be able to take the exam in their city itself. So far no information has been given about the date of issue of admit card for CBSE CTET exam, while the board has uploaded the syllabus of the exam on the website. It is expected that in the second week or early third week of July, the admit card can be issued.
It is compulsory for all the candidates appearing in the examination center to follow social distancing and wear masks. Along with this, the examination center administration has also been asked to strictly follow all the instructions in the guidelines. It is necessary to sanitize the school by the school administration.
Under social distancing, there will be 12 to 20 candidates in a room and a distance of at least five feet will be maintained in between each.
According to the CBSC guidelines, all the candidates participating in the examination will be required to reach the examination center two hours in advance.
Along with this, the candidate is also required to bring two passport size photographs, the admit card of CTET examination and a photo ID proof with him at the examination center. During admission to the examination centers, admission will be given as soon as the students arrive at the center of the cadets to prevent the crowd that usually accumulates outside the examination centers, and they will be asked to wait inside the school.