CTET Result

CTET Result 2019 – CBSE will announce result of CTET July 2019 by end of July. Central Teacher Eligibility Test has been conducted on July 7. Unofficial answer key for all sets of paper 1, 2 are also available. Now first Central Board of Secondary Education will release official answer key, then declare result at ctet.nic.in, and cbseresults.nic.in. Candidates have to login with roll number to check it. CTET Result contains marks of paper 1 and paper 2, qualifying status. Those who obtain 60% or more are declared qualified. Get here complete details of CTET Result 2019 such as date, cut off, how to check.

CTET July 2019 Result Date: As per information brochure, result will be announced within 6 weeks that is by 18th August. However as per recent conversation at helpline, result will be out early, probably by 27th July. Final decision on date shall be as per the board.

CTET Result 2019

CTET 2019 Result paper 1, paper 2 qualified candidates are eligible to become teachers of classes I to V, and VI to VIII respectively. CBSE uses final official answer key for the purpose of evaluation of papers. Candidates get 1 mark for every correct answer. There is no negative marking. First of all, you can note important dates from following schedule.

CTET 2019 Important dates
Date of exam 07 Jul 2019
Declaration of CTET Result 2019 (expected) By 27 Jul 2019

Check here: Candidates can check result of CTET 2019 as per schedule at ctet.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.

CTET Result 2019

While waiting for the result, check answer key of CTET 2019.

Qualifying Marks for CTET Result 2019

Candidates have to obtain a minimum passing marks in order to qualify and clear CTET. Details of qualifying marks are as follows.

  • Minimum marks to qualify in result of CTET 2019 is 60% (that is 90 out of 150).
  • Cut off marks are same for paper 1 as well as paper 2.
  • If a candidate has appeared in both paper 1 and paper 2, and he has obtained 60% in any one paper, then he/she will be declared as qualified in that paper only.
  • All candidates who appear in exam are issued marks statement.
  • However, eligibility certificate is only issued to candidates who get 60% marks or above.
  • It is upto the school to provide relaxation, if any, to candidates belonging to reserved categories such as SC, ST, OBC, differently abled.
  • Some schools (govt, local, aided, unaided) provide 5% relaxation to SC, ST, OBC, differently abled candidates.
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Official Answer Key for CTET Result 2019

Before declaring results, CBSE publishes official answer key of CTET 2019. Just after exam, unofficial answer keys by coaching centres and subject matter experts are published. Important points to note about official answer key are as follows.

  • Official answer key of CTET 2019 is published few days after exam at ctet.nic.in.
  • Candidates have to login with roll number in order to download it.
  • After going through the official answer key, if candidates find any error in it, they can submit challenges to Central Board of Secondary Education.
  • To challenge key, candidates have to pay Rs 500 per challenge.
  • After considering all challenges, CBSE compiles a final answer key, which is then used to calculate marks for CTET Result 2019.
CTET Result July 2019

CTET OMR Sheet 2019

CTET or Central Teacher Eligibility Test is a pen and paper based test. Candidates have marked answers in machine gradable OMR sheets. Optical Marking Sheet submitted by candidates is displayed after exam. Key details of the same are as follows.

  • CTET OMR Sheet 2019 will be issued by CBSE at ctet.nic.in.
  • It is published along with official answer key before publication of CTET 2019 Result.
  • Candidates have to login with roll number in order to view their OMR sheet with recorded responses.
  • Please note that only such answers which have been properly marked, only they will be considered for evaluation.
  • If in any question, more than one answers are marked, then it is not considered.
  • Candidates can match their answers in OMR sheet with answer key to know exactly in which questions they are getting marks and in which questions they are losing marks.
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How to check result of CTET 2019?

Candidates can check result of Central Teacher Eligibility Test in online mode. Any device such as phone, laptop, computer, tablet can be used. Step by step guide to check CTET 2019 result is given below.

Step 1: Go to ctet.nic.in.

Step 2: Navigate to link for CTET July 2019 result, which will be available only after result is out. Image below is an indicative image of how the CTET Result 2019 link may look, actual screenshot will be updated when result is out.

ctet.nic.in

Step 3: (You can skip above two steps and directly start from here also) Now you will reach login page. Here you have to enter roll number, same as in admit card of CTET 2019 and click submit button. Image below is an indicative image of how the login for CTET Result July 2019 link may look, actual screenshot will be updated when result is out.

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Step 4: Result of CTET 2019 will now display on your screen. Go through it and print it.

Sample image of CTET 2019 result is shown below.

CTET Result 2019

CBSE CTET Result 2019

Central Board of Secondary Education is the exam conducting body of CTET. Central Teacher Eligibility Test is a national level exam. CBSE is responsible for activities pertaining to conduct of exam, starting from application form submission to declaration of result. Significance of CBSE CTET Result is as follows.

CBSE CTET Result 2019 of Paper 1: Candidates who qualify as per result of paper 1 of CBSE CTET 2019 become eligible to apply for teaching positions of classes I to V anywhere in India.

Exam pattern of Paper 1 was as follows

Subject Questions x Marks = Total Marks
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 x 1 = 30
Language I 30 x 1 = 30
Language II 30 x 1 = 30
Mathematics 30 x 1 = 30
Environmental Studies 30 x 1 = 30
Total 150 x 1 = 150

CBSE CTET Result 2019 of Paper 2: Candidates who qualify as per result of paper 2 of CBSE CTET 2019 become eligible to apply for teaching positions of classes VI to VIII anywhere in India.

Exam pattern of Paper 2 was as follows

Subject Questions x Marks = Total Marks
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 x 1 = 30
Language I 30 x 1 = 30
Language II 30 x 1 = 30
Mathematics and Science or
Social Studies
60 x 1 = 30
Total 150 x 1 = 150

Marking scheme for Paper 1 and 2 was as follows

Type of Answer Marks
Correct answer 1
Incorrect answer0
Un-attempted 0
Multiple answers marked0

Candidate does not automatically get right for recruitment or employment by qualifying CTET. It is only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment.

CTET Result July 2019: Applicability

Know all the places where CTET is applicable. They are:

  • Central government schools such as KVS, NVS, Central Tibetan Schools and others.
  • Schools under administrative control of UTs of Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and NCTof Delhi.
  • CTET Result may also apply to unaided private schools.
  • State government and local bodies owned and aided schools may also consider result of Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2019, or that of state CET.
  • There is an amendment to CBSE affiliation bye-laws for minimum qualification of teachers to teach classes I to VIII. Now it is mandatory for teachers appointed after 6th March 2012 to qualify or pass Central Teacher Eligibility Test or Teacher Eligibility Test.
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CTET Result 2019: CTET Certificate and Validity

Candidates who get 60% marks in Central Teacher Eligibility Test are declared as qualified. They get CTET Certificate.

Validity of CTET Result 2019 / Certificate: is 7 years from date of declaration of result.

How to get CTET Certificate?

  • CBSE will upload CTET Certificate and mark sheet at Digilocker.
  • CTET Mark Sheet and CTET Certificate uploaded at Digilocker will be digitally signed and will be valid as per IT Act.
  • They will also contain encrypted QR code that can be scanned and verified using Digilocker mobile ap.
  • Digilocker accounts of all present candidates will be created and details of account credentials will be conveyed to candidates on their mobile numbers registered with CBSE.
  • Candidates can login to Digilocker with their login credentials to download CTET Result 2019 Certificate and Mark Sheet.
Digilocker

CTET Result: Re-Checking and Re-Evaluation

CBSE takes extreme precautions to ensure that exam checking process is error free. Preliminary answer key is issued, to which candidates can submit objection. Then all genuine challenges are considered to provide final answer key, as per which, papers are checked.

All answers that are correctly marked are considered. Candidates can see their recorded responses when OMR sheet is issued.

After taking so many measures, CTET Result July 2019 is considered correct. There is no scope of re-checking and revaluation. Hence candidates are requested to not send any such requests as they will not be entertained.

CTET Result: Pass Percentage

The examination was first held in 2011 and more than 7.5 lakh candidates appeared for the exam. In that year, only 9% qualified for the exam. The pass percentage as per CTET Results in past few years have been as follows.

CTETCandidates appearedQualifiedPass %
2018Registered – 1691088will be announcedwill be announced
Sept 2016
Paper 1
Paper 2
1,93,005
3,86,085
26,638
42,928
13.8%
11.12%
Sept 20156,55,660 1,14,58017.48%
Feb 20156,77,55480,18711.95 %
9.16%
Feb 20147,50,00013,4251.7%
July 20137,76,00077,0009.96%
November 20127,95,0004,8500.61%
January 20129,00,00055,4226.1%
June 20117,60,00097,9199%

Significance of CTET

NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education), prescribed few minimum criteria for a person to be eligible as teacher for classes I to VIII. These rules are as per provisions of sub-section (1) of Section 23 of Right To Education Act. As per it, any person who wishes to become a teacher in any of the schools referred to in clause (n) of section 2 of RTE Act has to pass Teacher Eligibility Test.

Thus, CTET is conducted at national level in order to qualify candidates to become eligible as teachers. This leads to following things

  • There is a national standard / benchmark for teacher quality.
  • Teacher education institutions and students thereof are motivated to better themselves.
  • All stakeholders are assured that government lays special emphasis on the quality of education.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is entrusted with the responsibility of conducting CTET.

About CTET 2019

Central Board of Secondary Education has conducted CTET 2019 on 7th July. Paper 1 was held from 9:30 AM to 12 PM. Paper 2 was conducted from 2 PM to 4:30 PM.

Application form for CTET 2019 was invited from 5th February. Initially the last date to apply was 5th March. However it was later extended to 14th March. Also, last date to pay fee through e-challan or debit/credit card was 15th March, and final verification of fees was 19th March. Corrections in application form was allowed from 25th March to 1st April.

Admit card for CTET July 2019 was issued on 21st June at ctet.nic.in. Candidates could download it using application number and date of birth.

The languages offered were:

S.No. Language S.No. Language
1 English 11 Marathi
2 Hindi 12 Mizo
3 Assamese 13 Nepali
4 Bengali 14 Oriya
5 Garo 15 Punjabi
6 Gujarati 16 Sanskrit
7 Kannada 17 Tamil
8 Khasi 18 Telugu
9 Malayalam 19 Tibetan
10 Manipuri 20 Urdu

Address for correspondence

The Joint Secretary (CTET),
Central Teacher Eligibility Test Unit,
Central Board Of Secondary Education,
PS 1-2, Institutional Area, IP Extension, Patparganj,
Delhi-110 092
Contact No: 011-22235774, 22247176 Fax: 22235775
Email: [email protected]

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