CTET Exam 2021: CBSE released the exam day guidelines for the candidates

In view of the epidemic, this year, the Board has given freedom to the candidates appearing in the examination to choose their examination center. Along with the admit card, the board has also given the necessary guidelines to the candidates to strictly follow the exam.

CBSE CTET Exam 2021: The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET 2021) 2021 to be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be held on 31 January. The admit card of the examination has already been issued by the board.

The list of candidates required to be taken to the examination center is given below:

Candidates are required to carry their own sanitizer in a 50 ml transparent bottle.

Candidates should wear a mask and hand gloves.

The water bottle should be transparent.

Candidates should carry the admit card and any identity card like Aadhaar card or driving license.

Take a look at the guidelines issued by the board:

Candidates are required to cover their nose and mouth with a face mask at all times.

Social disturbances should be followed in the CTET examination center.

Candidates cannot exchange any goods in the examination hall.

Candidates should use safe mode of transport to come to the examination center.

Candidates should protect themselves from spitting in public areas, and throw away face masks and tissue used in closed dustbins.

Avoid being in contact with unknown people. They should not hug nor shake hands with anyone.

Maintain toilet hygiene during and after use.

Do not touch eyes, nose and mouth with unintentional hands.

Make sure you are not infected or have no symptoms of coronavirus.

Get advice from parents about COVID-19 before and after the exam

Earlier, the CTET examination was to be held on July 5, 2020, postponed due to outbreak of coronavirus epidemic.

Accepting the card is a mandatory document for the CTET 2021 exam. If you have forgotten it, the download link is here.


It is essential to ensure that you do not have any COVID-19 symptoms.