Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET)

The central  government has made teacher eligibility test (TET) compulsory for all elementary school teachers to pass an eligibility test. This will be under the new norm. According to the new rules the local authorities will conducts a teacher eligibility (TET) test on state level before recruitment of the teacher.

According to  an Offical in the HRD ministry, now all states will have to implement the new norm and will have conducts the TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) Before the recruitment of the teacher.

According to government of India norms to recruit School Teachers having a  B.Ed degree will not be enough. Now for this recruitment all the interested candidates have to face Teacher Eligibility Test (TET). The result of TET with at least aggregate marks of 60% will be get nod for the recruitment on teaching assignments. The examination will be held in this regard on the basis of  all over India. The test is mandatory for anybody who wants to be a Teacher and wants to do the job in teaching.  Now it is expected that all the states, including private’s sector schools also use CTET rankings/results to recruit the school teachers.

The new guidelines say that Teacher Eligibility Test will be applied to appoint the teacher in Std. of 1st to Std. 8th at the level of both as central and states as well. The important information flashed in air and gave the nods to govt. of local states to arrange their own TET for appoint new teachers, who are most skill full and responsible to the young kids.

Currently Central Board of secondary education, New Delhi leads the way to hold the examination of Teacher Eligibility Test, known as Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) -2011. As per the announcement, applications are being invited from eligible candidates in both ways online and offline for the test of Central Eligibility Test 2011 from all around in India.

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In next three years 5.1 lakh teachers will be appointed during the next coming three years in order to maintain the teacher-pupil ratio of 1to 30 under the provisions of the RTE, which came into force in April. According to the sources the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) would ensure better quality of teachers and will be free from the interference of political parties in the selection of teachers in state government-run schools.

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