Thu. Jan 23rd, 2020

CBSE CTET Results 2019 announced within 19 days and 5.42 lakh candidates qualify

Result

On 27th Dec 2019, the Central Board of Secondary Education released the results of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). To check whether they have qualified, the candidates can visit the official website, ctet.nic.in.

On December 8th, 2019, the CBSE CTET 2019 exams were conducted across the different states in India. And the authorities released the CBSE CTET 2019 Answer keys on December 23rd, 2019.

The CBSE disclosed that the 5.42 candidates qualified the CBSE CTET Exam. Among them, the number of female candidates who qualified the exam totaled to 3,12, 558.

With the declaration of the CBSE CTET 2019 results being declared by the CBSE within 19 days, the CBSE boasts of a new record being set within a lesser time span from the date of the exam.

CBSE CTET 2019 Results: How to Check?
The candidates who have given the CBSE CTET 2019 should browse the official website to access their results. Here, they must select the ‘CTET Dec 2019 Results’ icon that appears on the homepage. Thereafter, the system prompts them for a few basic details and the applicants should furnish the same. Follow by clicking on the ‘Submit’ tab. Then, the system exhibits the CBSE CTET Result 2019 on the screen. Proceed by downloading the results and, also, maintain a print copy for your records.

About CBSE CTET
CTET is applicable to schools that come under the jurisdiction of the Central Government and the administrative control of the various Union Territories (UTs) of India. The Central Government schools are inclusive of Central Tibetan Schools. NVS, KVS, among others). And the UTs of India include Lakshadweep. Daman & Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, NCT of Delhi, Chandigarh and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Further, CTET applies to unaided private schools if they want to avail the CTET option. In addition to aided schools, the schools that come under the management of local bodies or the state government can consider the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) that the State Governments conduct. Even so, State Governments have the option of conducting CTET if they do not want to hold State TET.

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