CTET Online Application Form 2019 (December Exam)

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CTET Online Application Form 2019 Notification has been released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 19th August 2019. Moreover, Candidates can fill the CTET December Online Form 2019 in online mode on the official website of the CBSE. However, before starting with the CTET December Online Form registration process, aspirants are advised to ensure that they meet all eligibility criteria for the CTET December exam.

CTET Online Application Form & Registration Date 2019

Aspirants can go through important CTET exam dates to fill the online application form below:

EventDate
Start date to submit online application form through CTET websiteAugust 19, 2019
Last date to submit online application form through CTET websiteSeptember 18, 2019 (September 30, 2019)
End date for submission of fee through E-challan or Credit/ Debit CardSeptember 23, 2019 (till 3:30 pm) October 03, 2019 till 03:00 PM
Exam DateDecember 08, 2019 (Sunday)
Admit Card Release Dateto be announced
Online Corrections if any, in the details uploaded by the candidate

 

(No corrections shall be allowed after prescribed correct dates)

27th September to 03rd October 2019
The final status of the online form: Check the status of the application and/ or particulars of applicants whose fee has been receivedto be announced

How to Fill the CTET Online Form 2019?

If applicants have earlier appeared for the CTET exam then they need to provide their CTET roll numbers for the past three exams. Applicants need to follow the below-mentioned steps in order to succeed online register for Central Teacher Eligibility Test December 2019 Exam.

Step 1: Fill CTET Online Form 2019

Applicants need to click on the link mentioned on the official site for CBSE CTET online form and thereafter proceed towards filling the details in the CTET application form. Details that aspirants need to provide in their CTET Online application form for CTET exam 2019 need to be same as mentioned by them in their Class 10th Board exam.

Candidate’s nameMother’s nameFather’s name
Date of birthExam center preferenceLanguage*
Aadhar numberGenderCategory
Status of the qualifying examinationEmployment statusCommunication Address
Active Mobile numberEmail IDQualifying Degree
CTET roll number of previous years’ Exam
*Language selected in CTET exam.

Language-I: Shall focus on the proficiencies related to the medium of guidelines. Aspirants are required to select anyone from given languages.

Language-II: Shall focus on the elements of language, communication, and comprehensive abilities. Aspirants are required to select anyone from a given language Also, Language-I should be different from Language II.

Step 2: Upload CTET Images

Next, applicants need to upload scanned images of their recent photograph and signature as per the below-mentioned specification:

Photograph:

FormatImage SizeImage Dimension
JPG/JPEG10 to 100 KB3.5 cm (width) X 4.5 cm (height)

Signature:

FormatImage SizeImage Dimension
JPG/JPEG3 to 30 KB3.5 cm (width) X 1.5 cm (height)

After uploading the photo and signature applicant can also preview the uploaded images.

Step 3: Pay CTET Exam Fee

Next, applicants need to select the payment mode for CTET Exam fee. Aspirants can pay CTET Exam fee by means of E-Challan in Syndicate Bank/ HDFC Bank or even by means of debit/ Credit card.

CategoryCTET 2019 Exam Fee (for Paper I or II)CTET 2019 Exam Fee (for both Paper I & II)
General/ OBC CandidatesRs. 700/-Rs. 1200/-
SC/ ST/ Differently Abled CandidatesRs. 350/-Rs. 600/-

Step 4: Submit & Print CTET Online Application Form 2019

After verifying all the details provided by the applicant in the registration form, they need to click on the ‘Submit’ Link. Further, the applicant needs to take a print of the CTET Application Form confirmation page. This page is to be used by applicants for any further reference with respect to their CTET December 2019 application form.

CTET Application Form Correction 2019 

The Central Board of Secondary Education gives applicants one chance of correcting incorrect details in the CTET application form (if any). The CTET online form correction page is opened for about a week after the online registration process closed. So, aspirants can make corrections (if any) in their already submitted online application form by using the steps provided below:

  • First of all, visit the official site of the CBSE
  • Click on the link mentioned for CTET online application form correction
  • Enter CTET application number and date of birth
  • Click on the Sign In button
  • Make the required corrections in the CTET application form
  • Save and submit the form again

CTET December 2019 Exam – Important Links

Here, aspirants may apply for CTET December 2019 exam. We mention the direct link to apply for CTET December 2019 Exam.

EventLink
Apply OnlineClick Here
Download Short Official NotificationClick Here
Download Detailed Official NotificationClick Here
Visit Official SiteClick Here
Download Mobile App to Getting CTET UpdatesClick Here

Important FAQs regarding CTET December 2019 Registrations

Q: What is the official site for accessing the CTET online application form?

A: Applicants can access the CTET December application form for CTET exam on ctet.nic.in.

Q: What is the CTET application confirmation page and why it is important to take its printout?

A: The CTET application confirmation page is a page that mentions on the screen after the applicant successfully applies for the examination. It is important to take a printout of the CTET confirmation page as it works as a proof that the applicant has successfully submitted his/ her application form and paid the exam fee.

Q: What to do if the CTET confirmation page does not generate after submitting the online application form?

A: If the CTET confirmation page does not get generated, the applicant should contact the concerned Bank branch for details on the CTET application fee. Thereafter, the applicant should submit the scanned copy of the Bank Challan having the stamp of the concerned Bank to the CTET officials.