CTET Admit Card 2023: It is expected that CBSE will release CTET Admit Card 2023 in the 01st week of August 2023 on the official website. The admit card will contain details such as your exam timing, venue, and reporting time. As soon as the admit card is released on ctet.nic.in, the direct download link will be posted in this article.
|CTET full form
|Central Teacher Eligibility Test
|Central Board of Secondary Education
|Twice a year
|August 20 2023
|CTET 2023 Admit Card Release Date
|1st Week of August 2023 (Tentative)
|2 hours & 30 minutes
|Hindi and English
How to Download CTET 2023 Admit Card
Step 1: Visit the official website @ www.ctet.nic.in
Step 2: Find and click on the “CTET Admit Card 2023” link from the home page
Step 3: Login using your username and password on the newly opened page.
Step 4: Your Admit Card will be opened in PDF format.
Step 5: After Verifying all the details on the admit card, Download and Save your admit card for future reference.
Candidates should carry a printout copy of the admit card to be allowed entry to the examination hall.
Details Provided in the CTET Admit Card
- Candidate Name
- Candidates Photograph
- Date of Birth
- Permanent Address
- Exam Date & Timing
- Roll Number
- Application Number
- Candidates Signature
Documents to carry to the CTET Test Centre
Along with the CTET Admit Card card candidates should carry a passport-size photograph and photo identity card such as Aadhat, PAN, Voter ID and Driving License.
When will the CTET Admit Card 2023 be available for download?
The CTET 2023 Admit Card will be available for download on the 1st week of August 2023.
Where Can I download the CTET Admit Card 2023?
Registered Candidates can download CTET 2023 Admit on the official website of Central Teacher Eligibility Test – ctet.nic.in
What items are not allowed inside the CTET Test Centre?
Candidates should not carry any Stationery items like textual material (printed or written), Log table, Eraser, bits of paper, Geometry/Pencil Box, Plastic Pouch, Calculator, Scale, Writing Pad, and gadgets such as Pen drives, Calculator, Electronic Pen/scanner, Mobile phones, Bluetooth, Earphones, Microphone, Pager, Health band, Watch/Wrist watch Wallet, goggles, handbags, Gold/artificial ornaments etc and any other items which can be used for malpractice.