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CTET 2024 City Slip Out: CTET Exam City Information Released for July Exam

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has officially released the city slip for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2024 on June 24. Candidates who have registered for the exam can now download the CTET 2024 city slip from the official website, ctet.nic.in.

The CTET exam for July session is scheduled to take place on July 7, 2024. The exam will be conducted in offline mode. CTET 2024 consists of two papers – Paper I for teachers of classes 1 to 5 and Paper II for teachers of classes 6 to 8. Each paper will have a duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes.

To download the CTET city slip, candidates can follow these steps

1. Visit the official website ctet.nic.in.

2. Look for the link ‘View Centre City for CTET July 2024‘ and click on it.

3. Enter your login credentials.

4. The CTET 2024 city slip will be displayed on the screen, ready for download.

Now that the exam city information has been released for the July session CTET exam, the admit card will be issued soon. The admit card will be released on the official website. Once released, candidates will be able to download the CTET July 2024 admit card from ctet.nic.in.

The CTET exam for 2024 will be conducted in two sessions – Paper I for classes 1 to 5 teachers and Paper II for classes 6 to 8 teachers. The exams will be conducted offline with a duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes each

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