CTET exam to be conducted once a year

By: Admin 05 May, 2017

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made very crucial decision regarding the CTET Exam. Central Teacher Eligibility Test, which was conducted twice every year will now be held once in a year. A senior official from CBSE communicated that generally all the major competitive exam are held annually. He also added that organising any exam is not a simple task and requires a lot of resources and also it lets to reduce the seriousness of the aspirants as they will get another chance.

 

Highlights
  • CBSE has made very crucial decision regarding the CTET Exam.

  • Central Teacher Eligibility Test was conducted twice every year will now be held annually.

  • CBSE will soon issue the notification for CBSE CTET 2017 soon at the official website.

  • CBSE gets overburdened by conducting multiple exams in a year.

  • The Board has also decided to conduct National Eligibility Test (NET), only once a year.

All the arrangement of organizing CTET confined with CBSE until or unless proposed National Testing Service (NTS) would be established by the government for the conduct of all exams. CBSE will soon issue the notification for CBSE CTET 2017 soon at the official website. CBSE gets overburdened by conducting multiple exams in a year.  Recently the Board has proposed of conducting the eligibility test for assistant professors, National Eligibility Test (NET), only once a year.

 

The actual date of the commencement of CTET 2017 has not been officially declared but it can come by the end of May 2017.  Currently the exam is held twice a year in the months of February and September. Near about 9 lakh candidates register for the exam every year. Regarding NET exam, the official stated that, “The proposal of conducting NET once is in a very nascent stage. No decision has been reached on it yet.”

 

This news has been taken from India.com website. Read the original article here.