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Even pens not allowed inside CTET Sept 2015 exam centres. These other items are also banned

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) at various examination centres across the country on September 20.


Even pens not allowed inside CTET Sept 2015 exam centres. These other items are also banned

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) at various examination centres across the country on September 20.

This time, the CBSE has strictly advised students not to carry inside examination hall certain items, including pens (CTET unit will provide pens to write exams).

Also Read: CTET Sept 2015 admit cards now available! Click here to download

Here is the exhaustive list of items not allowed inside examination centre under any circumstances:

a. Any Stationery Items like textual material (printed or written), Bits of Papers, Geometry/Pencil box, Plastic Pouch, Calculator, Pen, Scale, Writing Pad, Pen Drives, Eraser, Calculator, Log Table, Electronic Pen/Scanner, Cardboard etc.

b. Communication Devices like Mobile Phone, Bluetooth Earphones, Microphone, Pager, Health Band etc.

c. Watch/ Wrist Watch, Camera etc.

d. Other items like Wallet, Goggles and Handbags etc.

e. Eatable items are not allowed to be taken into the examination rooms.

f. Any other items which could be used for unfair means and for hiding communication devices like Camera, Bluetooth devices etc.

The candidates are allowed to bring only the following documents at the examination centre:

a. Admit Card downloaded from CTET website. Candidate who does not possess the valid Admit Card shall not be permitted for examination under any circumstances by the Centre Superintendent.

b. Any one Photo Identification Proof i.e. PAN Card/AADHAAR Card/ Voter Identity Card/Passport/Driving License.

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