The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to announce the results for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test or CTET December 2021 examination. As per previous year trends, the results are usually declared within 30 to 40 days from the examination date. This, as a result, makes it very likely for the results to be announced today or any time by tomorrow, i.e. February 15, 2022. The examination was successfully conducted from December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022.
Earlier, CBSE had released the provisional answer key on its official website – ctet.nic.in. As of now, the final answer keys are yet to be released. Candidates were given the opportunity to raise objections against the provisional answer key. It is speculated that the Board is in the process of reviewing the objections based on which the final answer key will be released.
CTET Scorecard 2022
The CTET scorecard 2022 is issued separately to the candidates who have appeared for the examination. It contains personal information such as candidate’s name, parent’s name, category, date of birth, marks obtained, total marks, and the qualifying status of the candidate. As and when the scorecards are released, one can download the same using the steps given below.
Step 1- Go to the official website of CTET at ctet.nic.in
Step 2- Scroll down the page and click on ‘CTET Result 2022’.
Step 3- The candidate login page will open.
Step 4- Enter the required login credentials such as application number, password, and the displayed security PIN.
Step 5- Follow the next few steps and download the CTET Scorecard 2022.
The cut-off marks for CTET 2022 vary depending on the different reservation categories. However, candidates from the unreserved categories are required to secure a minimum of 60% marks to stand qualified for the exam. According to CBSE, concessions may also be given to candidates who belong to the reserved categories.
The ones who will qualify for CTET 2022 can download the certificates from the DigiLocker app. This certificate will hold lifetime validity. Taking cues from previous years, the expected cut-off for this year’s examination is likely to be as follows.
CBSE will also adopt a normalization scheme to ensure that there is fair marking. Normalizing the scores is important since the examination is conducted over different and each shift had varying difficulty levels. It is advised to keep an eye on the official website for more updates.