Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is tightlipped regarding the CTET 2021 result declaration date. Candidates around the country are filled with disappointment against the neglectful behavior of the board. Earlier, the board has announced that the CTET result shall be released by February 15, 2022. However, it’s been a week since then and there is no sign of result or any notice justifying the delay.
When will CTET 2021 result be declared? CTET Ka Result Kab Aaega?
Students have been demonstrating on social media sites, including Twitter, by using hashtags like #ctetresults, #ctet2021, and tagging top CBSE officials, the Education Minister for intervention. However, even after doing so much still, the board has not issued any update regarding the release of the result.
CBSE has conducted the CTET exam for December 2021 session from December 16, 2021, to January 13, 2022.
What are the possible reasons for the delay?
- Normalisation Process
Several reasons can be assumed to have been attributed to the delay in the release of the CTET examination. Some of them are the new normalization formula that the board has earlier suggested and shall be applicable from this session.
- Administrative Delay
Another key reason that could be one behind this delay is the new CBSE chairman. Recently, IAS Vineet Joshi took over the board as the new chairman a week ago, and it’s being reported that the delay in CTET result was due to administrative changes in the organization. Along with this, the CTET paper cancel that was done on December 17 could also be one of the factors behind this whole fiasco.
Will the CTET result be released today?
Although the board has officially not announced the date, a group of CBSE officials has notified Jagran, as it reports, that the board is thinking of releasing the CBSE CTET 2022 result today. “If everything goes as per plan then we might get to see the result as well as the scorecard for the CTET examination today“, claimed one of the officials as reported by Jagran. Now, since there is an update candidates can keep a tab on the official website for checking their CBSE CTET result and scorecard online. The result shall be available on the official website, ctet.nic.in.
As per the official brochure released earlier, for qualifying CTET examination, an unreserved candidate has to score 60% of the total marks. Whereas, a reserved category candidate has to score at least 55% of the total marks. Post qualifying the examination, the candidates shall be eligible to receive the CTET certificate that makes them eligible to join as primary (class 1 to 5) or upper primary (class 6 to 8) teachers in the state.