20 March 2016

What to do to get Government job after CTET

CTET Exam is a very significant and difficult exam among all other teaching exams being conducted in India. CTET exam’s objective is to enhance the teaching standards in School Education, irrespective of schools being run by the government and in private sector. 
CTET also leads to professional growth within the institution. As the CTET qualified teachers are considered to be having greater level of knowledge and expertise in the domain and subject area.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test.

Recently, CTET exam was held and many aspirants have performed in the exam. It is also necessary for the aspirants to score well for the good future. After getting certificate, one can easily become a government teacher. Now they are waiting for their results and also have questions in their minds like what will be the further step after passing in the exam, where to apply for the job etc.
We are here with some solutions and discussing on the strategy to what to do next after succeeding in the exam. 

Qualified CTET aspirants have more opportunities to become a teacher. They have good openings and widen avenues. The CTET certificate improves to the value of professional qualifications, the salary package and promotions.

CTET 2016 has been made completely online. For any updates and information aspirants can visit to the CTET website i.e. www.ctet.nic.in.

CTET Qualified Candidate can apply 
After getting the Certificate in CTET, one can apply in the schools of NCT of Delhi, Central Government like KVS, NVS and Tibetan Schools etc and schools under State Government like DSSB (Delhi Subordinate Service Selection Board). Now some Private Schools are also giving opportunities for the CTET aspirants. Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) is also released vacancies for TGT and PGT teachers.

In these Schools, CTET Certificate holder can apply for the posts PGT (Post Graduation Teacher), TGT (Trained Graduate Teacher), PET (Physical Education Teacher)

How to get the details of TGT, PGT vacancies
For the information of vacancies, aspirants should be in touch with employment newspapers, school sites and government sites. There are also many mobile apps that update you about government vacancies on daily basis.

After applying for the vacancies, you have to be preparing for written exams and for the interview round. This will be the final step for you to become a teacher.

Things to remember
The CTET qualifying certificate will be valid for seven years from the date of declaration of its result for all categories. 
CTET test is taken by more than 10 Lacs teachers across India and pass percentage is 1% to 14%. If you qualified with good percentage, so don’t waste time and start visiting school website and start applying to school directly.
CTET certificate holder should also cautious for the interviews conducted by the schools.

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