19 December 2021

PSTET Admit Card 2021

 The CEE conducts the PSTET, an entrance examination for admission to B.Ed in Education/Child Development & Pedagogy Programs. The Ministry of Human Resource Development has authorized the Central Board of Secondary Education to conduct PSTET 2021.

PSTET Admit Card 2021 will be issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education in due course of time.

PSTET Admit Card 2021 will be issued in September 2021 by Central Board of Secondary Education

The Central Board of Secondary Education has released a notification for the recruitment of principals for secondary schools.

The notification can be found at the official website, www.cbse.nic.in

The admit card for PSTET 2021 is available on the official website www.pstet.nic.in

The admit cards for PSTET 2021 are available on the official website www.pstet.nic.in and can be downloaded from there by filling up all the required fields and submitting the application form online in an online portal and provide a few personal details like name, date of birth, etcetera.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the admit card of Pre-School Teacher Eligibility Test (PSTET) for the year 2021 on its official website.

The CBSE will release the admit card on its official website which is www.cbseresults.nic.in . It is expected that the admit card for PSTET will be released by 2021. The admit cards will be available in two modes- one can download it by entering their student ID or roll number while some others need to go to a nearby CBSE school to get it printed.

Pre-school teachers are required to have a pass in PSTET exam with at least 50% marks to be eligible for recruitment in government and private schools across India.

PSTET Admit Card 2021 is now available for download. Candidates who have applied for the Exam can now check their admit card and proceed accordingly.

Applicants who have registered for the PSTET Exam must now download and print their admit card and then present it at the examination center on the test day. Candidates who do not produce an original admit card at the exam center will be considered as absent and would not be given a certificate of participation or any other proof of participation in PSTET-21. The candidates will not be called to give any additional tests as long as they produce a valid admit card at the exam center on time.

This year, about 32,500 seats are up for grabs in around 350 centers across India. Candidates are required to get 75% or more