The Chhattisgarh Teacher Eligibility Test (CG TET) is one of the most talked-about exams among candidates who aspire to be a teacher and change the lives of thousands of students. As we know the CGTET 2020 Exam has been postponed due to novel Coronavirus outburst, the new exam date will be announced soon.
The minimum qualifying marks for the CGTET Exam are different for different categories GEN/OBC/SC/ST in both paper I and paper II. If the candidates score the set cut off marks or more marks in the CGTET exam is considered to be as qualified in the CGTET exam. The candidates appearing in CGTET will be issued Marks Statement. The Candidates securing 60% for General and 50 % for OBC/SC/ST/Differently Abled Person will be issued Eligibility Certificate.
CGTET 2020 Cut OFF:
For the General category, Candidates who score 60% marks in the examination will be considered as qualified. A good thing for all the appearing candidates is that there is no negative marking for a wrong attempted question. The passing or cut off marks of the Chhattisgarh TET Exam for reserved and unreserved categories:
Validity of CGTET Certificate:
• Date of issue of validity period of Chhattisgarh Teacher Eligibility Certificate for all categories date of declaration of exam result will be 07 years.
• This certificate does not give any candidate authority for recruitment / appointment. This is only teachers Will only qualifies for appointment
• According to the relevant section of the Right to Free and Compulsory Child Education Act – 2009 this will be a mandatory qualification for appointment of teachers in all the mentioned schools.
CGTET 2020 FAQs:
Q1. Can I apply for both CGTET 2020 Exams (Primary and Upper Primary Level)?
Ans. Yes, you may apply for both the exams via a single form which will be held as Paper I and Paper II.
Q2. I am 37 years old, am I eligible to apply for CGTET 2020?
Ans. You may apply for CG TET 2020, since there is no age limit mentioned to be eligible for CG TET 2020.
Q3. Is there negative marking in CGTET 2020?
Ans. No, there is no negative marking for wrong answers in CG TET 2020.
Q4. What is the reason of CGTET 2020 exam postpone ?
Ans. The reason of CGTET exam postpone is due to coronavirus outburst.
Q5. Where I can check the new CGTET 2020 exam date ?
Ans. You can check the new exam dates on the official website of CGTET.
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