CTET Result 2019 Declared, 3.52 Lakh Students Pass
Published on : 1st August 2019 Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
The Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2019 result is available now. Candidates can check their results through the official website.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has activated the result panel for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2019 by 31st July 2019. Candidates can check their result online through the authorized portal i.e. ctet.nic.in. Aspirants who have appeared for the exam can check the result through their roll number.
As per the official updates, 3.52 Lakh candidates declared qualified for the exam, out of which 2.15 Lakh passed Paper 1 (Primary School) and rest 1.37 Lakh passed Paper 2 (Junior High School).
Steps to Download CTET Result 2019 –
Candidates can check the result through the following steps:
- Go to the official CTET website - https://ctet.nic.in.
- Click on the ‘CTET July Result 2019’ button on the home-page.
- You will be redirected to CBSE results official page.
- Enter your roll number and click the ‘Submit’ button.
- Your result will appear on the screen; check it.
- Download and take a print out of the result.
The official answer key for the CTET 2019 exam was published on 24th July 2019. This year the exam was conducted on 7th July 2019 in twenty different languages in 104 cities all over the country.
Digi-Locker Feature For Easy Access:
This year the exam conducting body has launched the Digi-Locker Feature for qualifying students of the CTET 2019 exam. This step is initiated for the security purpose. Through this step, all the test-takers of the exam can successfully get their CTET mark sheets in a Digital Format.
Aspirants will be able to download their digital marksheet and eligibility certificates using the communicated credentials.
Details of CTET Result
When the result will appear, candidates will see the following details:
- Candidate’s Name and Roll Number
- Mother’s/ Father’s/ Husband’s Name
- Subject Name
- Paper Name in which Candidate appeared
- Marks Obtained in Each Subject
- Total marks obtained in CTET Paper
- Overall Percentage of marks.
CTET Eligibility Certificate
Marks statement will be issued to the candidates who have appeared for the CTET exam. CTET eligibility certificate will be issued to those candidates who secure 60% and above marks in the exam.
Validity of CTET Certificate
The CTET certificate remains valid for appointment as a teacher in KVs (Kendriya Vidyalayas), NVs (Navodaya Vidyalayas), Central Tibetan Schools, etc. for seven years (from the date of result declaration) for all categories.
The number of attempts is unlimited for CTET exam. Candidates who have qualified the exam can also appear for it again with an aim to improve his/her score.
The Central Teacher Eligibility Test is conducted in two parts i.e. Paper I and Paper II. Stupendous students who clear both the exams will be eligible to recruit for the job of a teacher in primary, Class 1st to 5th and upper primary level till Class 7th.