CTET & TET Validity of 7 years extended to life time – NCTE Decision

CTET TET Validity Extended 7 years to life time NCTE

TET CTET Validity extended from 7 years to lifetime and per National Council for Teacher Education ( NCTE )

Good news for CTET and TET aspirants: There is good news for youngsters dreaming of becoming teachers. The National Council for Teacher Education ( NCTE ) has taken important decisions regarding the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) and other Teacher Eligibility Examinations (TET). This decision of NCTE is going to give a big relief to millions of candidates.

CTET TET Validity Extended

NCTE has now removed the 7-year obligation from the Central Teachers Eligibility Test ( CTET ) or any other state-level TET in the country. This decision has been taken in the recently concluded NCTE’s 50th General Body Meeting.

What is the meaning of this decision?
Earlier, the validity of any TET certificate was 7 years. That is, when the candidate passed that examination, he was only qualified for a teacher’s job in a government school for 7 years. But now NCTE has decided that the certificates of all teacher eligibility tests will be valid for life.

That is, now the candidates who will succeed in a TET will always be eligible to become government teachers. CTET TET Validity Extended

What about those who passed TET first

It has been said in the meeting that the candidates who have passed TET before now, who have TET qualified certificate, will take a decision after taking legal opinion on whether this provision will apply.

changes will apply after a few days
notice for application has not yet issued any formal notice or circular in this regard. Notifications will also be issued by the respective states for various state-level TETs. At the same time, CBSE will also make an announcement in this regard on the official website soon. This change made by NCTE will be effective only after the official notification / circular is issued.

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