The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) from December 16, 2021, to January 13, 2022. The CTET results are to be declared today, according to the official schedule. Candidates can check their score at the official website ctet.nic.in, using their roll number. Candidates will find their subject-wise marks, total score, and aggregate percentage in the scorecard. Candidates have to secure a minimum of 60% marks, to qualify the exam.
How to check the CTET results?
Step 1: Visit the website ctet.nic.in
Step 2: Scroll down and click on the link for ‘CTET Result 2021’.
Step 3: Candidates will be required to enter their roll number.
Step 4: The result will be displayed now. Candidates are required to download their scorecard.
Since the CTET was conducted in multiple shifts across the country, a normalization procedure will be followed to ensure the equitable distribution of marks to the candidates. This is done taking into consideration, the difficulty level of the question paper, the questions asked, and the number of candidates who attempted a particular paper. A normalization formula is used in this procedure, based on which the scores are calculated.
Candidates who have scored more than 60% of the total marks will be awarded an eligibility certificate by the CBSE. This certificate has lifetime validity. Using this certificate and their scorecard, candidates can apply to various schools for the position of teacher. They will have to attend the interview and other selection process set according to the respective school management to get recruited. Concessions and relaxations to SC/ ST/ OBC/ PwD candidates, with regard to the CTET score, are up to the discretion of the school management. The certificate will be available in the DigiLocker account. Candidates have to simply sign up using their personal details and Aadhar card number to access the certificate.
The CTET exam is conducted to test the eligibility of candidates who wish to teach Classes I to V (Paper 1 exam) and Classes VI to VIII (Paper 2 exam). There are a total of 150 MCQs which are to be attempted in 2.5 hours. Questions are asked from Child Pedagogy and development, languages, science, social science, mathematics, etc.