The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi has released the response sheet of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) in the official website ctet.nic.in. Candidates can download the question paper along with the responses. The exam was conducted from December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022 in 2 shifts across the country. The answer key are expected to be released soon, followed by results. The CTET tests the eligibility of candidates to teach the students of Classes 1 to 8.
How to download the CTET Response Sheet?
Step 1: Visit the official website, ctet.nic.in.
Step 2: Scroll down to find “Download CTET Dec-21 Question Paper with Responses” and click on the link.
Step 3: Candidates will be taken to a new screen and provided 2 options- “Login with application number and password” and “Login with application number and date of birth”. Select the desired option.
Step 4: Enter application number, password/ date of birth and security pin. Candidates can now sign in and enter the dashboard
Step 5: After logging in, candidates will see two links – “View question paper with responses <date> – Shift 1”, and “View question paper with responses <date> – Shift 2” . The <date> data that candidates see will be different for each candidate depending on the exam date of the candidate.
Step 6: On clicking the link, candidate will see question paper and response sheet. It contains questions, options, status whether answered or not, and chosen option.
The candidates will be given an opportunity to raise challenges against the provisional answer key by paying a fee. But once the results are declared, there will be no provision for re-checking/ re-evaluation of the results. Candidates who secure atleast 60% marks will qualify the CTET. These candidates will be awarded a certificate with lifetime validity by the government. The CTET mark sheets and certificate will be available to the candidates in their DigiLocker account, which will be created by CBSE. Qualifying candidates can apply for the position of teachers, to various schools. The school management can consider giving concessions related to the qualifying marks in the case of SC/ ST/ OBC/ differently-abled candidates.
The exam was conducted online in 318 cities all over India. Candidates can attempt the exam in either Hindi or English. The exam comprises of 2 papers. Paper 1 is for candidates who want to teach Classes 1 to 5. Paper 2 is for candidates who want to teach Classes 6 to 8. The question paper covers areas like Child Pedagogy and Development, language and mathematics, among other subjects. There are a total of 150 Multiple Choice Questions to be answered in 2.5 hours. The maximum marks is 150.