After HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar ordered the school board to conduct the examination in 20 languages, the CBSE is set to approach the Delhi High Court to seek more time to hold the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET).
To be a teacher in a government school, CTET exam is the minimum qualification. CTET had been scheduled for September 16 in 92 cities. With the minister’s directive, the examination, in all likelihood, will have to be postponed.
CBSE had announced the examination schedule for this year after the Delhi High Court ordered the board in April to conduct CTET in four months.
The exam notification was released on May 31, it sparked a controversy after applicants pointed out that the language options for CTET this time were limited to English, Hindi and Sanskrit. Political parties in Tamil Nadu dubbed this as an attempt by the Centre to impose Hindi and Sanskrit on the state.
“I have already directed CBSE to conduct examination in all 20 languages as was being done earlier,” Javadekar tweeted.
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