CTET - Results
Central Teacher Eligibility Test
Exam Date: 01 Jul - 31 Jul 2023 (Tentative)
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Updated On - April 28 2023 by Abhinandan Singh
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to release the answer key and result for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2023 soon. Here are some important points to note:
In conclusion, candidates who have appeared for the CTET 2023 exam can expect the answer key and result to be released soon on the official website of CTET. It is advisable to regularly check the website for updates and to keep their roll number handy to check the result. CTET is an important exam for aspiring teachers and qualifying it opens up various job opportunities in government and private schools.
Before the announcement of the CTET Result, the Score normalization process is introduced by the board. This normalization process considers the difficulty level and the number of candidates attempting a particular question paper. It involves a normalization formula, based on which the scores are calculated. Many exams which are conducted in multiple shifts use this normalization process. Using a normalization formula, Candidates A and B will have the same rank or at least consecutive ranks, owing to other factors like total negative responses, etc.
Candidates can check the important dates for CTET 2023 from the table given below:
|CTET 2023 Exam Date||TBA|
|Release Date of Answer Key||TBA|
|Result Declaration Date||TBA|
The procedure to check CTET Result 2023 is completely online. Candidates just need to follow the steps below:
Given below are some information about registered and qualifying candidates:
|Paper||Total number of|
|Total number of candidates|
|Total number of qualified candidates|
As per NCTE, a person who scores 60% or more in the TET exam will be considered as TET pass, i.e. they need to score more than 90 marks. School managements (Government, local bodies, government-aided and unaided) may consider giving concessions to the person belonging to SC/ST, OBC, differently-abled persons, etc., by their extant reservation policy.
Authorities should give weightage to the CTET scores in the recruitment process, however, qualifying the CTET would not confer a right on any person for recruitment/employment as it is only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment.
The CTET exam was conducted for a total of 150 marks. The minimum qualifying mark for unreserved category candidates is 60% (90 marks), while the cut-off marks for reserved category candidates is 55% (82 marks). Out of a total of around 27.73 lakh candidates who had appeared for the exam, almost 6.65 lakh candidates have qualified the exam. These candidates will be awarded an eligibility certificate by the CBSE, which they will soon be able to download from their DigiLocker account. Using this certificate, they can apply for the post of teachers at various schools. The CTET eligibility certificate has a lifetime validity.
If an applicants are facing problem while downloading the CTET 2023 eligibility certificate, then follow the steps below:
If any candidate loses Marks Statement or Eligibility Certificate, then they can get a duplicate copy of it by following right steps. Those steps are:
The Central Teacher Eligibility Test was first held in 2011. More than 7.5 lakh candidates appeared for the exam. However, around 9% were only able to qualify for the test. No significant improvement has been observed since then in the pass percentage of CTET candidates. Less than 1% of the appeared candidates could qualify the test in November 2012. The pass percentage as per CTET Results of the last exams are indicated below.
|CTET||Candidates appeared||Qualified||Pass %|
|Feb 2016||official data not available|
|Feb 2015||6,77,554||80,187||11.95 %|
20 Apr 2023
10 May 2023
01 Jul - 31 Jul 2023