The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today announced the CTET Result 2021 for the session on 9th March, December.
The results were originally due to be released on February 15, but were later postponed by authorities for unknown reasons. CBSE conducted examinations across the country from 16 December 2021 to 21 January 2022.
Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) results are available on the official site of CBSE CTET at ctet.nic.in.
Answer was published by the Key Board on 1 February 2022 The answer key objection link was active until 4 February 2022
CBSE has announced that there will be no re-evaluation or re-examination of CBSE CTET results. No correspondence on this subject will be entertained, read the information bulletin published by CBSE.
A total of 18,92,276 candidates registered for CTET Paper 1 December 2021 out of which 14,95,511 candidates appeared and 4,45,467 qualified. Meanwhile, 16,62,886 candidates appeared for the second paper out of which 12,78,165 appeared for the examination and 2,20,069 were declared eligible for the examination.
The test consisted of two papers: Paper-I and Paper-II. Paper-I is for someone who wants to be a teacher in first to fifth grade. The second letter is for people who want to be teachers in sixth to eighth grade.
The validity period of CTET eligibility certificate for recruitment will be fixed by the appropriate government subject to a maximum of seven years for all departments.
The validity period of TET eligibility certificate for recruitment, unless otherwise informed by the appropriate government, will be valid for life.
CBSE has confirmed that mark sheets and qualification certificates will also have an encrypted QR code to enhance security. QR codes can be scanned and verified using the DigilCar mobile app.
Schools owned and operated by state government / local bodies and aided schools will consider TET administered by the state government. However, a state government may consider CTET if they decide not to conduct state TET.
Follow the steps below to download the scorecard using Digilocker
– Visit Digilocker’s official site digilocker.gov.in.
-Click CTET results and a new page will open.
– Enter the login certificate and click Submit.
-Your marksheet or scorecard will be displayed on the screen.
-Check the marksheet and download the page.
-Keep a hard copy of it for more needs.
To check the results on the official website
– Visit the official site of CBSE CTET at ctet.nic.in.
– Click on the CTET results link available on the home page.
– Enter the login details and click submit.
-Your results will be displayed on the screen.
– Check the results and download the page.
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