CTET December 2021 Exam Day Guidelines

By Neha Joshi|Updated : December 14th, 2021

CTET Exam Day Guidelines 2021 - Central Teaching Eligibility Test 2021 is an All India level qualifying exam for the recruitment of teachers. The CTET Exam 2021 has been scheduled from 16 December 2021 which will be conducted in an online mode very first time.

The CTET 2021 Admit card has been released recently which also mentions a self-declaration form that is to be taken by the candidates whether they experience any covid symptoms at the time of the examination. Along with this, CTET Admit card 2021 also includes all the necessary instructions that are needed to be followed on the exam day. The candidates have to follow the CTET 2021 Exam day guidelines strictly.

CTET 2021: Important Dates

Candidates should know the important CTET 2021 Important dates so that they do not miss any process.

Events

Dates

CTET admit card 2021 download

11th December 2021 Onwards

Date of Examination

From 16th December 2021 to 13th January 2022

Also check, CTET 2021 Last Minute Preparation Tips

Things Required on CTET 2021 Exam Day

Due to the ongoing covid crisis in the country, it is important to avoid any risk of getting infected. This is why CBSE has announced a list of certain materials which are mandatory for the candidates to carry on the CTET 2021 Exam Day.

  • CTET admit card 2021
  • Valid photo identity card
  • Blue/Black Ball Point pen.
  • Face mask
  • Gloves
  • Personal hand sanitiser (50 mL)
  • Transparent water bottle (500 mL)

CTET 2021 Exam Covid Guidelines

  • Wear a face mask all the time that covers your mouth completely.
  • Strictly follow social distancing.
  • No materials are to be exchanged in the CTET Examination hall.
  • Safe mode of transportation to be used while commuting to and from the CTET Exam centre.
  • Avoid coming in contact with strangers as much as possible
  • All the used face masks and tissue papers should be thrown in a closed dustbin
  • Toilet hygiene should be maintained while using a toilet during the CTET Exam
  • Do not touch your mouth, eyes and face without washing your hands.
  • Avoid touching anyone be it a hug or a handshake
  • Publicly spitting is strictly prohibited
  • Ensure that you have no COVID symptoms on the CTET Exam day

Things Not to carry on CTET 2021 Exam Day

Candidates should be aware of the things which are strictly prohibited on the CTET exam day. The list of such things are:

Books

Notes

Bits of papers

Geometry/pencil box

Plastic pouch

Pencil pouch

Pencil

Scale

Log table

Writing pad

Eraser

Cardboard

Electronics devices such as digital watch

Wristwatch

Wallet

Goggles

Handbag

Mobile phone

Earphone

Microphone

Camera

Headphone

Pendrive

Pager

Bluetooth device

Calculator

Debit/credit card

Electronic pen/scanner

Opaque Water bottle

Food and beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)

Please follow these guidelines and do let us know if you have any queries in the comment section.

Important CTET Links:
CTET Notification 2022CTET Exam Date 2022
CTET Syllabus 2022CTET Exam Pattern 2022
CTET Eligibility CriteriaCTET 2022
CTET Books 2022CTET Preparation Tips 2021
CTET Study MaterialCTET Study Plan 2022
CTET CertificateCTET Previous Year Practice Papers

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Vaibhav Jaiswal
Sir kya gloves lena zaroori hai?
Anjali Kumari
Sir gloves zaruri h plz tell
Pallavi  Yadav
Thanks to gradeup team🙏
Ojing4

Ojing4Dec 15, 2021

Second shift wali admit card kab ayega? Koi batayega?
Lovely Singh

Lovely SinghDec 15, 2021

sir I'm suffering from cold and cough 🤧could I get appear in exam???
Kakon Bag

Kakon BagDec 16, 2021

Sir reporting time me hi kiya pohuchna hain ? Or hum gate closing se pehle agar pohouch jaye to hoga? Actually meri train bohot pehle hai subha 6:30 baje
Mounika

MounikaDec 16, 2021

Gd evng gloves compulsory r not
Mounika

MounikaDec 16, 2021

Nd admitcard nd hallticket alag alag naitho eki hai

FAQs

    • Candidates must mandatorily maintain a distance of 2 metres with each other. Candidates are also advised to not leave their seats until the invigilator asks them to.
    • Candidates must wear a face mask and hand gloves.
  • No, there is no provision of negative marking in the exam. Candidates can attempt as many questions as they want.

  • Your examination session and timing including the reporting time for CTET will be mentioned on your CTET admit card. Make sure that you take note of the given time and reach early to avoid a last-minute hassle.

  • The CTET 2021 exam is going to be conducted in an online mode i.e., a Computer-Based Test mode.

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