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CTET 2023 Exam New Changes Update

CTET 2023 Exam New Changes Update: For all candidates who are going to appear for the CTET July Session Exam 2023, they need to know all the details of what has changed in this exam. This year some things have been changed in the CTET exam, and all the candidates should know all those changes. Today in this article we will talk about all the important changes that have been released recently on the official website of CTET exam-related changes.

Many candidates will know about all these changes, but once before the exam, We update all the changes so that you will know the latest information about all the updates. So let us know all the changes one by one.

It is suggested to all the candidates that they must read this article completely so that you can get to know about all the changes. So let us see about the first changes that the first change related to the CTET exam has been done.

CTET 2023 Exam Mode New Updates

The candidates registered for the 17th edition of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) or CTET July Session Exam 2023 are hereby informed that the CTET 17th Edition examination will now be conducted in offline mode i.e. pen-paper (OMR) based on 20 August 2023 (SUNDAY) all over India in the specified cities.

CTET August 2023 Exam City Center Change Big Updates

As we know, the earlier CTET exam was conducted in online mode by the Central Board of Secondary Education. But this CTET July Session exam will be conducted in offline Mode (Also called Pen Paper OMR Based) and this is the first new update for all the candidates who are going to appear for the exam.

CTET Certificate Validity Updates

As we know, those who pass the CTET exam earlier and the certificate they got, was valid only for 3 years. But now whichever candidate will pass the CTET exam and the certificate they will get will have lifetime validity.

Now the candidate has to pass the CTET exam only once and with that certificate, candidates can apply for any Teacher Job in his lifetime. General category candidates need to score 60% marks and other candidates need 55% marks to get CTET Certificate.

CTET July Session Candidates Big Opportunity Updates

This time all the candidates who have registered for the CTET July Session have been made eligible for the BPSC Teacher Vacancy 2023. This time the Department of Education Bihar has taken out more than 1,70,000 vacancies for BPSC Teacher recruitment.

All the candidates who have registered for the CTET July session and are going to take the exam have been declared eligible for the Bihar BPSC Teacher Vacancy. If they will be filling the form for BPSC Teacher Vacancy also.

All those candidates who pass the CTET July session exam. They will also get a chance to appear in the BPSC Bihar Teacher Exam 2023 and if they clear the BPSC Teacher Exam also then they will get a good government Job as a Primary Teacher. And this time there is a very good chance because a lot of vacancies have come in this recruitment.

Conclusion: In this article, We have talked about all the important changes which are very important for you to know. If you want all the upcoming updates related to the CTET Exam, then you must join the above WhatsApp Group and Telegram Channel (13k members already).

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My Name is Mukesh Kumar. I am a Teacher, Blogger, Educational Content Writer, and Founder of CBSE Digital Education.

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