The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to release the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) December 2021 exam results soon. According to the official notification, the results were supposed to be declared on February 15, 2022. The exam was conducted over a period of one month from December 16, 2021, to January 13, 2022. The response sheet was released on January 23 and the answer keys were published on February 01. Once the results are declared, candidates can check online at the official website ctet.nic.in.
CTET Result 2022 – Quick Facts
|Name of exam||CTET 2022|
|Full form||Central Teacher Eligibility Test|
|Exam date||16 Dec – 13 Jan 2022|
|CTET result 2022 date|
|CTET result 2022 link||To be announced|
|Official website||ctet.nic.in and more websites|
|How to check CTET results?||Go to link > Login with application number and date of birth|
|Qualifying marks||60% (90 out of 150)|
May be ifferent this year if there is normalization
|Significance of CBSE CTET result 2021||Qualified candidates are eligible for teaching jobs|
|What should qualified candidates do?||Download certificate|
CTET Result 2021: Once the results are declared by CBSE, candidates can check the result here. Candidates can follow the steps mentioned at the end of the article to download the results. Results will be declared on 3 websites, that are, ctet.nic.in. results.nic.in, and cbseresults.nic.in.
05:35 PM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET Result 2021 – where to keep a tab
Candidates can keep a tab on the official website of CTET. The same will host the link to CTET 2021 results once declared.
04:40 PM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET Result 2021 – Candidates disappointed as helpline flags “no update“
There seems to be nothing but disappointment ahead for the candidates who wrote the CTET exam in December-January. One of the candidates recently contacted the helpline and has posted that the response was not as per the reports in the media. NTA seems to have informed the user that the there was “no update” as to when the CTET results shall be declared.
03:40 PM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET Result 2021 – A look at the stats!
In CTET Jan 2021 exam, over 1.47 lakh candidates appeared for paper 1. Out of these only 4.14 lakh cleared Paper 1. For Paper 2, over 11 lakh candidates registered out of which 2.29 lakh qualified. Passed candidates are now waiting for the results.
Several exam experts have also reported that it is normal that the results are being uploaded to the site as it crashed earlier today. Candidates can expect the results by today evening or tomorrow!
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03:00 PM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET Result 2021 – To be out by today evening or tomorrow noon?
Candidates have been constantly searching for when CBSE will release the CTET results. One such user has recently posted on Twitter that the results were to be declared on February 15 itself, however, it has been delayed due to the finalization of the CTET normalization process. In addition, the user claims that the result will now soon be declared – most probably by today evening or tomorrow noon!
The same has been reported on BYJU’s Exam Prep: Teaching’s Youtube channel, wherein it is being stated that the result will be out by today evening or tomorrow noon. The reason for the delay was the normalization process. The link can be found below.
02:10 PM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET Previous Year Cut-offs!
Candidates must note that along with the results, the CBSE Board will also be releasing category-wise cut-off marks, that must be met in order to guarantee merit. Cut-offs of the previous year’s CTET exam have been listed below!
- General – 87/150
- SC – 80/150
- ST – 80/150
- OBC – 85/150
01:35 PM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET website is back up and working!
As was mentioned earlier, the CTET website has crashed. However, the issue was quickly resolved and the website is back up. This has led to speculations that the results are being uploaded to the site amongst candidates.
01:11 PM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET website down!
The official website for CTET – ctet.nic.in, is reportedly down. Candidates are speculating the reason behind this unusual error. This is probably due to unprecedented traffic on the website as it returns an ’ERROR’ message!
12:24 PM | 18 Feb 2022
Candidates must keep roll number, other credentials handy
Candidates are required to keep their credentials handy, as the same would be required to download the results. These credentials, such as roll number, date of birth can also be fetched from the CTET admit card. In case the roll number is misled, the same can be retrieved by clicking on the Forgot Application No. link, or from the printout of the admit card.
Over 20 lakhs candidates sat for the exam held in December -January. CBSE is expected to release the results for CTET 2021 today.
11:35 AM | 18 Feb 2022
CTET Results 2021 – to be declared today?
It was expected that the CTET results will be declared on February 15, but there has been a delay. The CBSE has not made any official announcements stating the reason for the delay or regarding the updated result date. Since there have not been any official announcements, some speculate that the CTET results will be declared by today itself. Many candidates have taken to social media to share their disappointment. Some suggest that the delay is caused due to the many shifts through which the exam was conducted. Over 20 lakh candidates who have appeared for the exam are eagerly awaiting the results.
Steps to check the CTET results?
Step 1: Go to the website ctet.nic.in.
Step 2: Scroll down to find the link for ‘CTET Result 2021’ and click on it.
Step 3: Now, enter the roll number.
Step 4: The result will be displayed on the screen. Candidates should download their scorecards for future purposes.
Candidates will be able to find the section-wise scores, total score, and their aggregate percentage in the scorecard.
Result and Normalisation procedure
Candidates should score a minimum of 60% (90 marks) to qualify for the CTET exam. These candidates will be awarded an eligibility certificate by the CBSE. This certificate has lifetime validity and can be downloaded from the DigiLocker account. Candidates can simply sign up using their personal details and Aadhar number.
Since the CTET exam was conducted in multiple shifts over 1 month, a normalization procedure will be undertaken during the preparation of the results. A normalization formula is used, which takes into account the difficulty level of each question paper and the number of candidates who attempted each paper. This is done to ensure the fair conduct of the exam. The CBSE has strictly announced that there will be no provision for re-checking or re-evaluation after the declaration of the results.
Candidates can use the scorecard and the eligibility certificate to apply to various schools for the post of teachers. Thereafter, they will be required to undergo the selection process, which is up to the school management. Relaxations regarding the CTET score may be given to OBC/ SC/ ST/ PwD candidates, by the concerned school authority.