Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the results for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2021 today i.e., February 26, 2021. The results have been announced on the official website ctet.nic.in and authorities have issued a public notice about the same. Candidates can either use the CTET official website or the CBSE official website i.e., cbse.nic.in to check their results. The public notice has also mentioned that the mark sheets of candidates who appeared for the examination on January 31, 2021 shall be available in the DigiLocker.
CBSE issued a public notice on the official website ctet.nic.in today i.e., February 26, 2021, that they have declared the CTET 2021 results. Subsequently, the mark sheet of candidates who have given the test shall be uploaded in the DigiLocker. Moreover, the qualifying certificates shall also be available in the DigiLocker. Candidates who have qualified for the examination shall receive their logon credentials via SMS on their registered mobile number.
Candidates can check their CTET 2021 results on the official website of the examination. To do so, they must click on the ‘CTET January 2021 Result’ tab available on the website’s homepage. They must enter their examination roll number and click on the ‘submit’ option. Their result shall be displayed on the screen and candidates are advised to download their results for future reference.
CBSE has taken effective security steps to prevent any discrepancies during result declaration. The mark sheets and eligibility certificates issued to candidates shall be digitally signed and legally valid in accordance with the IT Act. These documents shall also contain a QR code to further enhance result security. Candidates can scan and verify this QR code though the DigiLocker mobile application.
The public notice issued by CBSE also contained the number of registered, appeared and qualified candidates for both papers of CTET 2021. A total of 16,11,423 candidates registered for paper I, 12,47,217 aspirants appeared for the exam out of which 4,14,798 qualified. 14,47,551 aspirants registered for paper 2 out of which, 11,04,454 candidates appeared for the exam. A total of 2,39,501 candidates qualified the examination.
CBSE has provided the eligibility criteria or the qualifying marks to receive the CTET certificate. Candidates scoring more than 60% marks in CTET 2021 examination shall receive the CTET certificate. However, school managements are allowed to give concessions to candidates belonging to SC, ST, OBC and PwD candidates in compliance with the existing reservation policy. While CTET 2021 scores must be given priority during the hiring process, there are also other eligibility criteria which the candidates must fulfil.
The CTET certificate shall be issued to the CTET 2021 qualifying candidates. This certificate is valid for a period of seven years from the date of declaration of results. Moreover, the validity clause is applicable for candidates of all categories. There are also no restrictions on the number of attempts that a candidate can take to receive the certificate. Additionally, candidates who have received the certificate may appear for the exam again to improve their scores.