Every year more than 20 Lakh candidates appear for the CTET Exam but only 5 lakh candidates get qualified. This speaks about the difficulty level and the standard of the CTET examination. Candidates must prepare well in order to be able to qualify for the examination. Check out the CTET 2021 Syllabus and CTET 2021 Exam Pattern in order to get in-depth information about the exam.
- February 26, 2021: Results for CTET January 2020 which was conducted on January 31, 2021 has been announced today. Direct link for the same is given below.
The result was released on the official website by the authorities for CTET 2021. Candidates are advised to visit the official website for more updates as authorities have the right to change the dates as and when they wish. Important details regarding CTET 2021 exam are discussed in the section below.
CTET Results Dates
|CTET Events||CTET Exam Dates|
|CTET Exam Date||January 31, 2021|
|Provisional Answer Key & Objection Raising||February 19, 2021 to February 21, 2021|
|Result||February 26, 2021|
CTET 2021 Results - Steps to download
- Step 1: For downloading the CTET 2021 results candidates need to visit the official website at www.ctet.nic.in.
- Step 2: Click on the link ‘latest news’ and then click on the ‘CTET 2021 Result’ headline. The candidate will be directed to a new page.
- Step 3: Candidates need to provide details of roll number, father’s name or other details as asked on the page and click on ‘submit’.
- Step 4: After clicking submit, your result will appear on the screen. Download and print the same for future reference.
Details Mentioned on the CTET Results
The CTET 2021 results will have the following details :
- Candidate’s name
- Roll number
- Father’s name
- Mother’s name
- Exam qualifying status
- Marks secured in each subject of CTET exam
- Total score in CTET
CTET 2021 Results - Qualifying Marks
For the general category, the CTET qualifying marks is 60% and for OBC/SC/ST, it is 55%. Candidates that score equal to or more than the qualifying marks will be considered as qualified.
The CTET cut off for year 2021 is as follows
CTET 2021 Results - Important Highlights
- Authority: CTET Certificate to all successful candidates were awarded by the appropriate Government conducting the Test.
- Security of Certificate: The certificate was generated electronically with adequate security features. Appropriate authorities may consider issuing de-materialized CTET certificates as a security feature to avoid any kind of malpractice.
- Validity Period: The Validity Period of the CTET qualifying certificate for arrangement will be seven years from the date of affirmation for all classifications.
- Attempts: No limitation on the number of attempts, Candidates who have qualified for the exam also can give another attempt at improving the score.
- Acquiring a photocopy of Marks Statement/Certificate: A candidate can get a copy of Marks Statement or Eligibility Certificate by paying the endorsed expense through Demand Draft(DD) in favour of Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education, drawn on any nationalized bank, being payable at Delhi. Arrangement for applying for copy marks explanation/testament is accessible on CTET official site i.e. www.ctet.nic.in
Time for the issue of duplicate document Amount (per document) Within 14 working days INR 200 + INR 35 (Postal Charges)
- Acquiring a photocopy of the OMR Sheet: The Candidates can likewise look for a photocopy of their OMR Sheet(Answer Sheet) of CTET by paying the charge of Rs.500 per OMR, by the method for Demand Draft for Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education drawn on any Nationalized Bank and payable at Delhi.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How can I check the CTET 2021 result?
Candidates can check the CTET 2021 exam result by visiting the official website. They are required to use their login using the roll numbers.
2. What is the validity for the CTET certificate?
CTET 2021 certificate is valid for 7 years from the date of declaration of the result.
3. What are the CTET exam passing marks?
The passing marks for candidates belonging to the General category is 90 out of 150 marks, whereas the candidates from reserved categories like OBC/SC/ST are expected to secure 82 out of 150 in the exam.