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MHRD Postpones CTET-2020

CTET Postponed

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) of CBSE, to be held on 05 July 2020 across the country, has been postponed. Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has given information in this regard. He wrote on social media that in view of the current circumstances, it has been decided to postpone the CTET examination to be conducted by CBSE on 05 July 2020. The next date will be announced if conditions are favorable.

In this regard, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also issued a notification informing the lakhs of candidates who are upset about the CTET admit card that the CTET examination of the proposed 14th edition has been postponed on 5 July.

Two days ago CBSE had also issued admit cards for this exam. But in some districts, the candidates were not able to get the admit card, due to which they were quite upset. Candidates were constantly checking the official website of CTET and the website of CBSE so that they could get any information regarding the diagnosis of their problem. Meanwhile, on Thursday afternoon, the CBSE told the Supreme Court that it has decided to cancel the board examinations to be held in July.

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