The Central Board of Secondary Education in India administers the CTET, or Central Teacher Eligibility Test, as a nationwide examination (CBSE). It’s done to see if applicants are qualified to be appointed as instructors. CTET is held twice a year and is for educators who wish to work with students in grades 1 through 8.
There are two different CTET test types: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates who intend to teach grades 1–5 are required to take Paper 1. Candidates who intend to instruct grades 5-8 show up for paper 2.
The CTET is administered in an offline format over the course of 150 minutes. English and Hindi are two of the languages tested. Over 112 cities throughout India host the CTET. About three weeks prior to the exam date, the admission card is made available. The CTET Exam 2023 will probably take place in July. The board has not yet made a formal declaration, School Management System, though. Candidates can check the announcement of forthcoming test dates on the official website.