CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), which conducts the CTET exam two times in a year in February and September, releases the CTET result separately for both papers—Paper I and Paper II. The former is held for recruiting teachers for teaching from class I to V. The latter is held for recruiting teachers for teaching from class VI to VIII.
CTET result 2018
It will be made available to candidates through online mode. Candidates should note that scoring the cut off marks for CTET is only the eligibility criterion for becoming the primary and elementary teacher. It does not guarantee appointment as a teacher in government schools all over the country. CBSE will release the CTET result 2018 in a couple of days for both papers. Numerous candidates have appeared at this exam and cut off marks is likely to up. Both papers were equally tough and nothing can be predicted about their results right now.
What details can candidates find in CTET results?
The details, which are found in CTET result, include Candidate’s Roll Number, Name, Mother’s/ Father’s/ Husband’s Name, Category, Paper Name in which Candidate appeared, Subject Name, Marks Obtained in Each Subject, Total marks obtained in CTET Paper, Overall Percentage of marks and CTET Result – Minimum Pass Mark. Candidates who get at least 60% or above it in both CTET paper I and paper II exam will be considered CTET pass. Nevertheless, candidates need to get at least cutoff marks as fixed by CBSE. This cut off marks vary with regard to categories of candidates. There is no relaxation in marks for female candidates.
How can CTET scores be applicable at various schools in the country?
CTET scores are applicable in various schools— Central Government Schools, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Tibetan Schools and schools under Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, the Administrative Control of UT of Chandigarh and NCT of Delhi. Apart from this, schools managed by the state government/ local bodies also consider CTET in case they do not conduct the State TET.
Validity period of CTET result
The validity period for the CTET qualifying certificate is seven years from the date of announcement of its results for all categories of candidates. Candidates will be happy to know that there is no restriction on the number of attempts of this exam. Candidates, who appeared at the CTET exam last year, but could not score well, they can appear again at this exam for improvement of their scores.
How to download the CTET result 2018?
- First, candidates need to click on the link provided
- After getting this link, they need to click on it to download and view their results
- Now, they need to enter their roll numbers/ Reg No & DOB/ Password in the space provided.
- After providing their required details, they will be able to see their results.
They can also visit the official website of CTET for downloading their results.