This year, the Central Teacher Eligibility test will be held on 16th September 2018.
This test is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, in order to appoint teachers to classes 1 through 8. However, this is only one of the many criterions essential for the candidate’s appointment. The CBSE CTET result 2018 can be expected within a month of the examination.
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The examination is usually held twice every year, once in the month of February and then again in December. The examination comprises of two papers:
- Candidates who wish to teach at the primary level ( classes 1 to 5) need to clear paper 1
- Candidates who wish to teach at the secondary level (classes 6 to 8) need to clear paper 2.
- To be eligible for teaching in all classes at the secondary level, the candidate needs to qualify in both papers.
The results for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 are released separately. You can check the CTET Result 2018 online itself, through the examination’s official website.
How to Check CTET Result 2018
To check your CTET Result September 2018, simply follow the steps mentioned below:
- Visit the official website of CTET at www.ctet.nic.in
- Enter your roll. no (as given in your admit card) in the dialog box provided
- Your result will be printed once you press enter
The following details will be visible in your CTET 2018 result
- Your Roll Number
- Your name
- Your guardian’s name
- Your category (General/SC/ST/OBC)
- The paper in which you appeared
- Name of the subject
- The marks you have scored in each section
- The total marks you have obtained
- Percentage of marks
CTET Expected Cutoff Marks
You will have to score a minimum of 90 out of 150 to pass the CTET examinations. To be eligible for appointment, however, your marks will have to meet the CTET cut-off percentage set as per the CBSE guidelines. For SC/ST candidates, the minimum pass marks is 80 out of 150.
Helpful Information – CTET 2018 Result
For the benefit of candidates, the exam committee issues answer keys within a few days of their examination. The link to these answer keys is available on the official website. You can also avail practice papers and previous years’ question papers on the same website to prepare for the examination.
From 2018 onward, candidates can also apply to receive a photocopy of their OMR sheet for a fee of Rs 500. The fees need to be paid by means of a Demand Draft that has been drawn in favor of the Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education, that is payable in Delhi and has been issued at a nationalized bank. You can also sit for the CTET examination more than once if you wish to keep improving your original score. CTET previous year papers can be download on our webpage.
The ctet.nic.in results, 2018 will remain valid for up to seven years from the date of declaration of results. As there are no restrictions on the number of times you can appear for CTET, you can take the exam once again once the initial validity of your result expires.