CBSE CTET 2017:- The Central Board of Secondary Education, The Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CBSE CTET 2017) will now be conducted online instead of the previous pen paper mode. These changes in the test format have been made by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), according to India.com. A Santosh Mathew, the chairperson of NCTE has implemented the new changes into the examination, which is set to bring improvement into the quality of teachers in the country. The changes will be made at a large scale in all the seating papers and examinations. A Mathew was quoted in the report saying, ‘this examination will be changed from pen-paper mode to computer based online.’ He further added, ‘discussions are going on with the CBSE.’ While talking about the changes made in the test format, Mathew said, till now the examination was meant to check the knowledge and skill of the teachers but once the new format of the exam has been implemented, the teacher’s attitude will be examined. Following the announcement of the new test format, the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) along with experts have prepared the ‘ASK’ pattern, Aspirants who are waiting to apply for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) should start preparing for the online test format and should mark their calendars as the registration of the same is likely to start in the month of September 2017.
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) every year for the appointment of teachers in government schools, private schools, Navodaya Schools, Central School. Candidates who qualify the entrance examination can then apply for recruitment in government schools. As of now, CBSE has not issued any notification regarding the registration process of CTET, but it will soon be released.