The CTET results of the 2021 Central Teacher Eligibility Test have been announced. The qualifying candidates are required to have a minimum of 60%.
Candidates can check their results by visiting the official website www.ctet.nic.in and clicking on the link provided on the left side of the webpage. They will then need to log in by entering their registration number, password, and date of birth. Doing so will lead them to the page stating their result or the cut-off.
The Board responsible for conducting the CTET has stated that the mark sheets of the qualifying candidates can be found stored in DigiLocker. The DigiLocker can be accessed by following the procedure mentioned above.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has also provided information regarding the number of candidates who appeared and qualified for the CTET.
|Paper||Appearing Candidates||Qualified Candidates|
In order to check the CTET Results do follow the steps ahead.
If a candidate wishes to check out the correct answer keys, they can do so on the official website. The steps for checking out the final answer keys for the CTET question paper are as follows:
The Central Board of Secondary Education also releases the CTET cut-off marks for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test.
The calculation of the CTET cut-off marks is decided on various factors. They are
The Cut-off marks may be sorted according to the categories of reservation.
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Percentage||Minimum Qualifying Marks (Out of 150)|
|OBC (Non-creamy Layer)SCST||55%||82|
|Category||CTET 2019 Cut-off Marks(July session)||CTET 2019 Cut-off Marks(December session)|
|OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)||83||85|
The expected cut-off marks for various categories in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2022 are provided below:
|Category||Total Cut-off marks (Expected)|
|Unreserved||87 to 92|
|OBC (Non-creamy Layer)||82 to 90|
|Scheduled Castes||82 to 87|
|Scheduled Tribes||82 to 87|
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A. You can check your Central Teacher Eligibility Test result on the official website: ctet.nic.in. You can also check the results on the official website of the Central Board of Secondary Education: www.cbse.gov.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in.
A. No, the Central Board of Secondary Education has stated that they will no longer issue physical mark sheets for the CTET. You can find a copy of your CTET mark sheet in the DigiLocker. They have done so to ensure minimum wastage of paper and save natural resources. This initiative will also help in making it easier to verify the mark sheets electronically.
A. The mere qualification of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test does not guarantee you a post of a teacher. Because the CTET is only one of the eligibility criteria to be recruited as a teacher. Thus, only the independent recruiting body can provide you an appointment letter.
A. The minimum qualifying percentage is 60% or 90 marks for the General category and 55% or 82 marks for all the other categories. However, the minimum qualification or cut-off marks are subject to change as per the difficulty level of the exam.
A. Some independent websites have provided affiliate links to access the CTET results. But it is advisable to check the results from the official CTET website itself.
A. No, the Central Board of Secondary Education has not yet released the official cut-off marks for 2022.
A. The Central Board of Secondary Education used to hold the CTET twice in a given year. But due to the delays and complications, they have chosen to hold only one session of the CTET this year.
A. Unfortunately, the Central Board of Secondary Education does not entertain claims to re-evaluate or re-check submitted OMR sheets.