Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the CTET Answer Key 2018. Answer Key has been released at the official website i.e. ctet.nic.in. The answer key has been released for Paper 1 and 2 which was conducted on December 09, 2018 in two shifts. Along with the CTET Answer Key 2018, the board has also displayed OMR sheets and candidates can challenge the answer key. By entering the login credentials such as roll number and DOB at the login page candidates can download the OMR sheet and check the answer key then object it if required.
The candidates can challenge the answer key by submitting their objections. From today till December 30, 2018 candidates can place their objections. Per questions Rs, 1000/- need to be paid by the candidates for raising an objection. The fee payment can be paid by using credit and debit card.
If the challenge is accepted by the Board i.e. if any mistake is noticed by the subject experts in the answer key, a policy decision will be notified on the website and the fee will be refunded. In paper 1 and 2 there were four sets of the question paper that are M, N, O, P and I, J, K, L respectively. For each set of question paper, separate CTET Answer Key 2018 has been released by the board.
CTET Answer Key 2018 helps the candidates in predicting their marks in the examination. By estimating the correct scores with the help of answer key candidates can also predict the chance of qualifying the examination.
Candidates can only estimate their correct scores by following marking criteria. For each correct answer 01 marks will be awarded and for each incorrect answer, 0 marks will be deducted which means that their will be no negative marking for incorrect answers.
After releasing the final answer key, CTET Result 2018 will be declared by the board. The result will be declared at the official website.
The candidates who will qualify the CTET 2018 those will be awarded by giving the Teacher Eligibility Certificate. The certificate of CTET is valid for a period of 7 years, from the date of result declaration. Candidates who want duplicate marks statement or eligibility certificate those will have to pay a fee of Rs. 200/- (+Rs. 35 bank charges). The amount of fee can be paid via Demand Draft, in favor of Secretary Central Board of Secondary Education. It has to be drawn at any nationalized bank and has to be payable at Delhi.
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