The 11th edition of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) will be conducted on 05 July 2020 at more than 2100 centres across the country. Around 17 lakh candidates will appear for CTET 2019, one of the largest teaching exams in the country. According to the reactions of the examinees, the difficulty level of the exam was moderate.
The examination was conducted in two sessions (Paper 1 and Paper 2). Candidates who want to teach Class I-V have to appear for Paper-I while Paper-II is for those candidates who want to teach classes between VI and VIII.
The CTET 2020 exam level was moderate and easy overall as compared to the previous year’s paper. Many questions were asked from the child development section from teaching and pedagogy topics. The questions were moderate in science and mathematics. However, many questions came from arithmetic and biology.
Many examinees felt that the questions were easy in social studies, and many questions were asked from political science and geography. The words passed in the English language section were long. However, the Hindi language was easier than the previous year.