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CBSE CTET result 2021 declared, 6.54 lakh candidates qualify

CBSE CTET Result 2021: A total of 6.54 lakh (6,54,299) candidates qualified of which 4.14 lakh (4,14,798) aspirants cleared paper 1, and 2.39 lakh (2,39,501) candidates in paper 2.

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: February 27, 2021 10:25:08 am
ctet 1200CBSE CTET result available at ctet.nic.in. Representational image/ gettyimages.in

CBSE CTET Result 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today declared the results for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). The candidates who appeared for the examination can check the results through the website, ctet.nic.in. The mark sheets for the January session will be uploaded on the digilocker.

A total of 6.54 lakh (6,54,299) candidates qualified the CTET of which, 4.14 lakh (4,14,798) candidates cleared paper 1, and 2.39 lakh (2,39,501) candidates passed paper 2. As many as 22,97,062 candidates appeared for the teacher eligibility test this year. To qualify, candidates need to score 60 per cent marks.

CBSE CTET result 2021: Steps to check

Step 1: Visit the official website ctet.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the link ‘CTET January 2021 result’

Step 3: Enter your roll number

Step 4: Result will appear on the screen

Step 5: Download your score card, take a print out for further reference.

Candidates who pass the part-I exam will be eligible to teach in classes 1 to 5 and those who wish to teach in classes 6 to 8 will have to clear part-II. The exam is conducted annually to fill the posts of teachers in government schools such as Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Central Tibetan Schools and other government schools, including those falling under the union territory areas.

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