The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the result of the Common Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) yesterday on its official websites. The exam was held on September 18 this year.
There were two papers in the examination. The CBSE has released the pass percentages of the candidates according to the two papers.
In paper I (Class 1 to Class 5), the number of candidates who had registered for the examination was 2,32,442, out of which, 1,93,005 candidates appeared. The number of candidates who passed the examination is 26,638.
In paper II (Class 6 to Class 8), 4,74,513 candidates had registered for the exam, out of which 3,86,085 candidates wrote the examination. A total of 42,928 candidates successfully passed the examination, out of these.
The pass percentage for paper I is 13.80 per cent. For the second paper, the pass percentage is 11.12 per cent.
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The marksheets of the candidates will be dispatched soon, the CTET said in a release.
Candidates can view their results by logging on the official website of the CTET, ctet.nic.in. The results have also been published on the CBSE website, cbse.nic.in
Candidates will need to enter their roll numbers to access their results.
The CTET exam is held to shortlist eligible candidates for the post of teachers for classes 1 to 8 in government run schools such as Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas and the Central Tribetan Schools, among others, in Union Territories. Private unaided schools can also recruit teachers through the CTET score of successful candidates.
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