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C-TET exam schedule declare 2021-2022

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CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) 

 Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) exam schedule has been released.  According to the latest update, CTET exams will be held from December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022.  The process of applying online for CTET exam will start from September 20.  Candidates should keep in mind that the last date for online registration is October 19.  Interested candidates can deposit fees till 3:30 pm on October 20. 

 Detailed information like qualification, syllabus etc. of CTET  can be obtained by visiting the official website ctet.nic.in 



 Application fee for CTET Exam 2021 
 Candidates of General and OBC category applying for CTET Exam 2021 will have to deposit Rs.1000 for one paper and Rs.1200 application fee for both the papers.  SC / ST / Divyang candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs.500 for one paper and Rs.600 application fee for both the papers.
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