Prabakaran K|Nov 30, 2021
CTET result 2018 declared on Jan 4; know details here
NEW DELHI, JANUARY 4, 2019: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the CTET 2018 result on January 4, 2019. The result has been declared for the examination held on December 9 in online mode. The exam conducting authority has released the result for both Paper I and II of CTET. According to CBSE, 1,78,273 out of 10,73,545 candidates have qualified for Primary School Teacher and 1,26,968 out of 8,78,425 candidates have qualified for Middle School Teacher which means that the percentage of candidates who qualified for Primary School is 17 per cent while 15 per cent candidates recorded their success for the Middle School category.
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Candidates, who have taken the test, can check their CTET result by entering their roll number in the login window. Candidates can check their result by visiting the official site http://cbseresults.nic.in/ctet/ctet18.htm. Only those candidates have been declared qualified who have secured at least 60 percent marks and above in the examination.
Through the CTET result 2018, candidates can check their name, roll number, total marks and subject wise marks secured. Now, qualified candidates, based on their marks in CTET, can apply as teachers across the schools run by the central government, schools under the control of UTs, private schools, schools owned and managed by the state government/local bodies subject to their qualifying status in the interview.
CTET paper I qualified candidates are eligible to apply as teachers from class I to V, while paper II qualified candidates can apply as teachers from class VI to VIII. However, qualified candidates, who had opted for both paper I and II and have qualified both papers, can apply as teachers of class I to VIII. Qualified candidates can apply as teachers in the aforesaid schools after they possess CTET eligibility certificate, which will be valid for seven years from the date of CTET result 2018 declaration.
Earlier, CBSE had released the answer key of CTET in online mode, on December 28. Along with the answer key, the authority had also released the scanned images of OMR sheets. To download the answer key, candidates had to enter their roll number and date of birth in the log in window. To raise the objections against the answer key, the authority had provided a challenge window from December 28 to 30 (5 pm) only. However, to raise objections against the answer key (in case of discrepancies), the candidates had to pay Rs. 1000 per question.
CTET 2018 was conducted across 92 cities on December 9. Paper II was conducted from 9.30 am to 12 noon, while paper I was held from 2 pm to 4.30 pm.
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