The Chattisgarh State Eligibility Test (CG TET) exam will be conducted by the board on 22 March 2020. A huge number of candidates applied for the CG TET written examination. Candidates will be able to download the CG TET Admit Card one week before the exam date. Please read this full article for detailed information on this examination. Candidates will get all the latest updates right on this page only.
The CG TET will be organised by the CG Vyapam at various exam centres across the state. If you have applied for the examination then it is must to have the CG Vyapm TET Admit Card from the official website. Also, we have enclosed the details about the CG TET Exam Date o this page. All the details ate available here and the latest updates will be also shared here. If any candidate having any problem then they may leave a comment below.
Have you applied for the Chattisgarh State Eligibility Test and looking for CG TET 2020 Admit Card then you are at the right place. The CGPEB TET Admit Card will be available to download on official communication channels very soon. Also, the board will inform candidates about their registered phone numbers and email addresses. There is no other method of downloading the CG TET Admit Card, candidates have to get it online from the below-given links.
|Chattisgarh TET 2020 Admit Card | Exam Date|
|Exam||CG TET 2020|
|Mode of Apply||Online|
|Exam Date||22 March 2020|
CG Vyam State Eligibility Test Selection Process
The CGPEB or Chattisgarh Professional Examination Board is responsible to conduct various examination to recruit candidates in the state of Chattisgarh. The State Eligibility Test is also one of them. All the candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the recruitment process. There will be 100% transparency and candidates will be recruited on the basis of the CG TET result. The applicant will be selected through the following process.
- Written Examination
- Personality Test or Interview
CG TET 2020 Exam Pattern
Here below candidates will get the details of CG TET Exam Syllabus and Pattern in a detailed manner. Please refer the model papers given on the official website. There will be approximately 200 questions carrying 350 marks. The time duration for the written exam would be 5 Hours. The exam shall be conducted in three shifts, each shift will have different paper. Now you have all the details about the CG Vypam TET Question pattern. Candidates can now prepare hard for the examination.
|I||60||100||1 Hr 15 Mins|
|II||50||100||1 Hr 15 Mins|
|III||75||150||2 Hrs 30 Mins|
How to download the CG TET Admit Card 2020
Applicants will get guided information below in the form of steps to download the CG TET Admit Card 2020 from the official website. If contenders face any problem during the downloading process then he/she can leave a short comment below about the problem. Applicants can also follow these steps to get the CG TET Answer Key or Paper solution.
Before starting the process of downloading the call letter you must have some details like application ID, Password, Date of birth, Registered mobile number etc. ready with you. Then proceed to the further steps with these details. After successfully downloading the admit card please take out a clear printout of the document as board officials will not allow any candidate with non-valid documents inside the exam centre.
Step-1: Visit official website @cgvyapam.choice.gov.in.
Step-2: Now go to the “Recruitment” Section.
Step-3: Then select the CG TET 2020.
Step-4: Further on next page click on the “Admit Card”
Step-5: Then enter your details like application ID, password etc.
Step-6: Now download & print the CG TET 2020 Admit Card and take it the exam centre.
Download the CG TET Admit Card – Click Here
Additionally, the board will not allow any candidate who doesn’t have a valid and legit copy of the Chattisgarh TET Admit Card along with Identity proof. Applicants may carry an Adhar Card, Passport, Voter ID Card, Driving Licence etc to the examination centre. Also, take two recent passport size photograph to the exam centre and give them to the invigilator as asked by him/her at the time of examination.