CTET 2019 Result will be released soon. Outcomes notice & results to be available at dedicated website www.ctet.nic.in. The exam in the offline mode was conducted on July 9, 2019, for candidates aspiring to be teachers.
Around 7 lakh candidates appeared for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test held in the summer. Official answer keys were disclosed recently. We had also provided the unofficial answer keys for CTET which can be downloaded from this web page.
This national level test is conducted twice each year by the Central Board of School Education (CBSE). First conducted in 2011, CTET came out as one of the most vital but most hard examinations for future teachers as indicated by the pass percentage of previous years in the following table:
|June - 2011||7,20,000||97,919|
|Jan - 2012||9,00,000||55,422|
|Nov - 2012||7,96,000||4,849|
|July - 2013||9,20,000||1,01,200|
|Feb - 2014||7,50,000||13,425|
|Sep - 2014||6,65,000||37,472|
|Feb – 2015||6,70,000||80,000|
|Feb - 2016||6,51,076||1,19,465|
|Sep - 2016||5,79,090||69,566|
|Sep - 2018||10,73,545||3,05,241|
CBSE CTET July 2019 Results - Check Marks Online
When it comes to CTET Cut Off Marks, a candidate must have to score at least 60% marks to get eligibility certificate which is generally issued for qualifiers after one month of result announcement.
should be announced in the first week of February month. Candidates can check their Central TET Result that is hosted at ctet.nic.in website. You can check their subject wise marks after getting logged in.
Taking a step forward to transparency, now CBSE also displays OMR sheets to the candidates. You can check the status of result announcement at the following official web pages:
CBSE CTET Result Official Websites : www.ctet.nic.in and http://cbseresults.nic.in .