The teacher eligibility test known as CTET Fullform is an Indian entrance examination for teachers. The test is compulsory to obtain teaching jobs in public schools from class 1 to class 8. Document 1 is for teachers who choose class 1 to class 5 and document 2 for classes 6 to 8 governments in India. Most states make their own TFW. The test is performed in order to meet and achieve the objectives of the Law on the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education.
In accordance with the provisions of Article 23 (1) of the TEN Law, the National Teaching Training Council (NCTE) received a notification on 23 August 2010 and 29 July 2011 setting out the minimum requirements for a person to be eligible for a teaching position in classes I to VIII. In particular, it was established that one of the essential qualifications for a person to be appointed as a teacher in one of the schools referred to in clause (n) of Article 2 of the TEN Act is that he/she Eligibility of teachers (TET) must be carried out by the appropriate government in accordance with the guidelines set by the NCTE. The exam is difficult with grades ranging from 1% to 14% on the exams organized so far.
CBSE conducts CTET twice a year. The CTET 2016 review will take place on 21 February 2016 and on 18 September 2016. The CTET results will be published in March 2016 for CTET in February and in October for CTET in September. About 9 lake candidates appear for the exam.
The reason for including TFW as the minimum qualification for a person to be named teacher is as follows:
This would bring national standards and a benchmark of teaching quality in the recruitment process;
This would encourage teacher training institutions and students in these institutions to further improve their performance standards;
This would send a positive signal to all stakeholders that the government places special emphasis on the quality of teachers.
Department of Human Resources Development, Govt. India has given responsibility for conducting the Central Teacher Qualification Test (CTET) at the Central Council of Secondary Education in Delhi.