The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) December 2021 session results have been declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today. Candidates who had appeared for the exam can check their results at ctet.nic.in. by entering their roll number. The exam was conducted from December 16, 2021, to January 13, 2022. Earlier, it was expected that the results will be declared on February 15, but it was delayed. Candidates who have secured equal to or more than the cut-off marks will be awarded the CTET eligibility certificate.
CTET cut-off marks
|General||60% (90 marks)|
|OBC||55% (82 marks)|
|SC||55% (82 marks)|
|ST||55% (82 marks)|
While preparing the CTET result, the CBSE follows a normalisation procedure. This is mainly done since the CTET exam was conducted in multiple shifts, for a period of one month. A normalisation formula is used which takes into account the difficulty level of the question papers, the number of candidates who attempted each paper and their respective scores. Using this formula, the scaled scores for all the candidates are prepared.
CTET December 2021 result
The CTET December 2021 results are available at ctet.nic.in. Candidates can visit the website and enter their roll number to download the score card. Candidates will be able to check their section-wise score, aggregate percentage, total score and if they have qualified the exam or not. The candidates who have qualified the exam will be able to download their eligibility certificate from the DigiLocker soon. Candidates have to sign in to DigiLocker first, by registering with their Aadhar details and phone number. The certificate has a lifetime validity and can be used to apply for the post of teacher at various schools.
The CBSE had released a public notice today, along with the declaration of the results. In the public notice, candidates can find details pertaining to the exam results and the number of candidates who have registered, appeared and qualified the exam.
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|Total number of candidates|
|Total number of qualified candidates|
Thus, out of a total of 35,55,162 candidates who had registered, 27,73,676 candidates had attempted the exam. Out of these candidates, 6,65,536 had qualified the exam. Candidates qualifying the Paper I exam can apply for the post of Primary teachers (classes I to V) and the candidates qualifying the Paper II exam can apply for the post of teachers for classes VI to VIII.