The candidates who are willing to become teachers in various parts of the country must be interested in knowing the rates of registration. All the states release the forms for TET at different times. While many state authorities have already completed the application process, others are yet to begin with. Here, we shall talk about the CTET Registration 2021, along with other required information.
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CTET Registration 2021
The authorities have not started the registration for CTET 2021 yet. However, many other states have already completed the application process for the selection process. We shall let you know about the CTET registration time (expected) and also about the state TETs. The candidates must also be aware of the fact that TET is a mandatory exam for them to become teachers in state schools. Talking about the authority, CTET is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). On this basis, you can see that the level of examination is higher. When a central government conducts an examination, it has higher responsibility, because the selection is done at a national level. On the other hand, the state authorities select the candidates at the state level. However, the exam is equally mandatory for the state candidates too.
State TET Information 2021
Now, we would like to inform you that some of the state authorities released the applications months back. They were even about to conduct the exam in April 2021. However, the conditions changed in the country then and the authorities had to postpone the exams for a while. Now, the examination notifications are getting released. This means that the authorities that have not released TET notifications yet will now release them.
|TET Exam||Application Date||Application End Date||Admit Card Expected||Exam Time (Expected)|
|CTET||May 2021||May 2021||June 2021||July 2021|
|UP TET||18th May 2021||1st June 2021||July 2021||July 2021|
|Assam TET||20th January 2021||30th January 2021||10th February 2021||28th February, 2021|
|HP TET||24th May 2021||13th June 2021||June 2021||4th-18th July 2021|
|Haryana TET||April 2021||May 2021||July 2021||July 2021|
|KTET||28th April 2021||23rd May 2021||Announce Soon||Announce Soon|
|Odisha TET||20th February 2021||8th March 2021||1st April 2021||9th April 2021|
|Rajasthan TET||11th January 2021||20th February 2021||June 2021||June 2021|
|MTET||10th June 2021||10th July 2021||Announce Soon||August 2021|
|UTET||29th January 2021||18th February 2021||10th March 2021||24th March 2021|
|Bihar TET||9th September 2021||18th September 2021||2nd November 2021||17th November 2021|
|TNTET||31st March 2021||21st April 2021||Announce Soon||August 2021|
|MPTET||Not Announced||Not Announced||Announced Soon||Not Announced|
|Punjab TET||To be Notified||Will be Out||Will be Announced||To be Notified|
|CGTET||Will be Out||Will be Out||To be Announced||Announced Soon|
|Tripura TET||Not Announced||Announced Soon||Announced Soon||To be Notified|
TET Exam Pattern 2021 Paper I and Paper II
Candidates, many of you must have appeared for the Teacher Eligibility Test already in your states. However, many of you are still waiting for the authorities to release the admit cards and exam dates. On the other hand, there are some state candidates who are still awaiting the application forms. In any case, you will appear for the exam in the coming months. To help you with the exam that you will appear for, we have presented the Paper I and Paper II exam pattern.
Paper I Pattern
|Child Development and Pedagogy||30||30|
Paper II Pattern
|Child Development and Pedagogy||30||30|
|Social Studies or Mathematics and Science||60||60|
Candidates, you can see that the exam patterns are the same for both the Papers. However, these papers are for candidates to appear for different classes. While Paper I is for candidates appearing for Classes 1 to 5. The other is for Classes 6 to 8. You can check the syllabus on state TET websites.
CTET Mock Tests 2021
Candidates, to prepare for an exam not just means completing the syllabi. To do well, one also has to solve previous question papers and appear for Mock Tests. These give you an idea of your speed and you improve every time with each mock test or previous exam paper. Thus, it’s important for you to look for sources that you provide you with Mock Test to prepare when you have completed the syllabi. There are many sources available online that provide proper time-based Mock Tests. In fact, the pattern they follow is similar to the one that you find in the exam. So, we suggest you find proper sources and keep giving CTET Mock Tests 2021 and for state TETs.
CTET Preparation Tips 2021
Once the authorities release the CTET forms, you can complete the CTET Registration 2021. After that, you have to start revising. Talking about the preparation, you should follow the tips that we are presenting below.
- Understand the Previous Year’s Pattern- Before you move on to preparing, check for the previous papers to know the pattern.
- Understand the Syllabus- One has to check the complete syllabus and then see the subjects he has to work on.
- Identify the Weak Area- To score well doesn’t only mean making the strong subjects best. It also means working on the weak ones to be better at them.
- Find Resources- You do well when you have access to resources that are helpful. So, you have to identify the resources that help you.
- Understand Concepts- Now, understanding is more important than mugging up. So, it’d be better if you focus on understanding the concepts that the topics have.
- Follow a Routine- The first task to get your preparation in a direction is to follow a routine. Make a day plan and write down important things to cover. As you keep following it, you will see that studies have become a routine now.
- Revise- Once done with the syllabus, revise the topics properly.
- Give Tests- last but not least, you should give mock tests to appear for the exam.
Links on CTET Registration 2021 State TETs
CTET Registration 2021 FAQs
No, there is no information on CTET Registration 2021 yet.
Odisha authorities conducted the Odisha TET in April 2021.
No, the Punjab administration has also not provided any information on the Punjab TET.