Candidates looking for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2023 will be able to view their result and download their scorecard along with the cut off marks; to learn more about the CTET Result 2023 downloading and checking procedure, read this article through to the end. The Central Board of Secondary Education will publish the CTET Result 2023 by February 15, 2023 on the CTET portal, which is @ctet.nic.in.
CTET Result 2023
From 16 December 2022 to 13 January 2023, the Central Board of Secondary Education held the Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2023 in online mode, or computer-based test, at various online test centres across the country. For the same, officials of CBSE will publish the result for it by the due date on the relevant portal. To view CTET RESULT 2023, only prefer their official website instead of a third party website.
CTET Result Date 2023
The computer-based test was divided into two shifts for the two papers, with Paper I, which is to be used to hire teachers for classes I through V, taking place from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM, and Paper II, which is to be used to hire teachers for classes VI through VIII, taking place from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM. After the results are announced, a direct link will be provided in this post. Continue reading to learn how to get the direct link or verify your results.
The minimum qualifying aggregate for candidates from Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy Layer) is merely 55%. In order to be eligible for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2022, a candidate must score 60% overall on either Paper I or Paper II. In some circumstances, it is anticipated that the SC/ST minimum qualification percentage will range from 50% to 55% or 50%.
CTET Scorecard 2023
After two months of results, candidates will receive their scorecard at their registered address by Indian Post. You must be aware that there were 150 multiple-choice questions worth one mark each in either Paper I or Paper II of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test since you took it. For the Paper I’s multiple-choice questions, topics included child development and pedagogy, language I and language II, mathematics, and environmental studies; for the Paper II, topics included mathematics and science (for teachers of mathematics and science) or social studies/social science (for teachers of social studies/social science).
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