The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had conducted the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) December 2021 exam from December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022. The results of the exam have been released today, at ctet.nic.in, Candidates can download their score card using their roll number. Along with the announcement of results, a public notice has been released by the CBSE. The mark sheets and eligibility certificate for the qualified candidates will soon be available at DigiLocker. The CTET results were initially to be announced on February 15.
CTET Cut off marks
The CTET exam was conducted for a total of 150 marks. The minimum qualifying mark for unreserved category candidates is 60% (90 marks), while the cut-off marks for reserved category candidates is 55% (85 marks). Out of a total of around 27.73 lakh candidates who had appeared for the exam, almost 6.65 lakh candidates have qualified the exam. These candidates will be awarded an eligibility certificate by the CBSE, which they will soon be able to download from their DigiLocker account. Using this certificate, they can apply for the post of teachers at various schools. The CTET eligibility certificate has a lifetime validity.
According to the CBSE, since the CTET exam was conducted in multiple shifts, over a period of 1 month, a normalization procedure was followed while preparing the results. The normalization is usually done to ensure the fair and just conduct of the exam. A normalization formula was used, which takes into consideration the difficulty level of the question papers, the questions and the number of candidates who undertook each paper.
How to check CTET result?
Step 1: First open the website ctet.nic.in,
Step 2: Click on CTET December 2021 result.
Step 3: Enter you roll number to check the result.
Candidates will find their section wise scores, their total score and their aggregate percentage. They will also be able to check if they have qualified the exam or not.
CTET Result Public notice
In the public notice released today at the official website, the CBSE has provided the details of the total number of candidates who have registered, appeared and qualified the exam.
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