Friends, the CBSC seat examination to be held on July 5 has been postponed. Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has given information about CBSE CTET 2020 through a tweet. According to a tweet by HRD Ministry, “In view of the present circumstances, it has been decided to postpone the CTET examination to be conducted by #CBSE on July 5, 2020 for the present. If the conditions are favorable, the next date of examination will be announced.
It is worth mentioning that as per the predetermined date, the CBSC seat exam was proposed to be held on July 5, the admit card for this examination was to be released in the last week of June. But due to the delay in the release of the admit card, it was feared that the seat examination could be postponed by the CBSC. Now information has been given regarding the postponement of this examination officially.
A lot of guidelines are issued from the selection of centers, which was not possible to be completed in such a short time.
Now everyone will wait when the official date of the next date is announced officially.
It is noteworthy that CBSE has also postponed the 10th and 12th examinations (CBSE Exam 2020) due to the threat of coronavirus epidemic. Because the parents had demanded the cancellation of board examinations. This case reached the Supreme Court. Whose hearing, the court has ruled to cancel the examination.
There will be two papers in CTET Exam 20020, which will be conducted in two shifts. Timing of the first shift is in the morning and the exam for the second shift will start in the afternoon. Examination center and shift timing candidates will be able to see through the admit card. Paper-1, to be conducted in the first shift, will be of 150 marks with a total of 150 questions, in Paper-1, questions will be asked from sections like Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, similarly the paper -2 will also have 150 marks and 150 questions. Paper-2 will ask questions related to Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics and Science or Social Studies.