The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be releasing the results for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2022 shortly. As per analysis and previous year trends, the results are expected to be announced around February 15, 2022. However, this is just a tentative date and may change depending on the actual availability of results. The examination was successfully conducted from December 16, 2021, to January 21, 2022, across various examination centres in the country.
As per the previous year trends, it is seen that CBSE takes around 23 to 27 days for announcing the results. If we apply this, then one can expect the CTET result 2022 date to be somewhere between February 13 to 17, 2022. To assume a fixed date, it seems likely that the results will be announced by February 15, 2022.
On the other hand, a different analysis shows that the CTET result 2022 is released 04 to 07 days after the provisional answer keys are released. As such, the answer keys have already been published on February 01, 2022. So, if we make an analysis, then the results will hopefully be out in the upcoming week. To summarize, there is a high chance that the CTET result 2022 will be available to the candidates by the third week of February 2022.
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Once the results are out, CBSE will issue the CTET 2022 mark sheets to all candidates along with the eligibility certificates to the successful ones. The certificates can be accessed in digital format from the DigiLocker accounts. These mark sheets and certificates will be digitally signed and will hold validity as per the IT Act.
The DigiLocker accounts of all the candidates will be created in due time and the account credentials are going to be conveyed to the candidates via the registered mobile numbers. Candidates will then be able to access and download the mark sheets via the communicated credentials.
As per the official information bulletin, the minimum qualifying marks to stand qualified for CTET 2022 is 60%. However, school management, government, local bodies, etc. will give concessions to candidates belonging to reserved categories like SC, ST and OBC as per the existing reservation policy. Nonetheless, qualifying for the examination does not mean that the candidate will get direct recruitment or employment. The qualifying status is just an eligibility criterion necessary for recruitment.