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CBSE to Release CTET 2024 Admit Card Soon: Steps to Download



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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is set to release the admit cards for the CTET 2024 examination soon. Candidates who have applied for this year’s Central Teacher Eligibility Test can download their admit cards from the official website once they are released. The official website for downloading the admit card is To download the admit card, candidates will need to use their login credentials.

The CBSE CTET examination is scheduled to take place on 7th July. A large number of candidates have applied for this exam. Therefore, it is expected that the admit cards could be released at any time. Candidates are advised to regularly visit the official website for the latest updates.

Based on the trends of previous years, the admit cards are usually released just two to three days before the examination. Hence, the CBSE could release the admit card for the CTET exam at any moment. The admit cards or seat information slip have already been issued. It is expected that the admit cards will be released by today or tomorrow, i.e., before 5th July.

On the day of the examination, candidates should carry a copy of their admit card along with a valid photo ID. This will be required for verification at the exam hall. Candidates must carefully check all the details provided in the admit card to avoid any inconvenience on the day of the examination.

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