CBSE CTET Exam Tomorrow: The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) will be conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) on Sunday, January 31, 2021. The exam will be held across 135 cities of India. Over 30 lakh candidates are expected to appear for the exam.Also Read - CBSE Board Exams 2020 Cancelled: JEE Mains, NEET-UG 2020, Other University Exams Impacted | Know Why

Reporting time: Candidates must appear on the reporting time as mentioned on their admit cards. Those  appearing for CTET Paper – I, remember to reach your exam center at 7.30 AM. You will have to reach your exam centre at 12 noon if you are appearing for CTET Paper-II. The candidates will be required to undergo thorough checking and verification and entry will be staggered due to the pandemic, hence it is more critical to appear for the exam well in advance.

Candidates must appear on the reporting time as mentioned on their admit cards.

What to carry: All candidates must bring a copy of CTET admit card 2020 with them to ensure verification and authentication. The admit card should have the correct image. Apart from admit card, candidates will also have to carry their identity proof. This should be a government-approved Id such as Aadhaar card, driving license, voter I-card, etc. Candidates will also have to bring their own water bottle for personal use, mask, sanitiser, gloves, etc.

Candidates must wear a mask and hand gloves.

What is banned: Books, notes, bits of papers; Geometry/pencil box/plastic pouch/pencil pouch/pencil, scale, log table, writing pad, eraser, cardboard; Electronic devices, watch, wristwatch, wallet, goggles, handbag, mobile phones, earphones, microphones, cameras, headphones, pen-drives; pager, Bluetooth device, calculator, Debit/credit card, electronic pens/scanners; Food or any beverage. No candidate will be allowed to take any communication device inside the exam hall.

Do not carry any of the banned objects in order to avoid any hassle.

The CTET exam was earlier scheduled to be conducted on July 5, 2020 but got postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is mandatory to make sure that you do not have any COVID-19 symptoms before taking the exam.