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For the 10th edition of Central Teachers’ Eligibility Test (CTET) that was held today across 94 cities, over six lakh aspirants are to appear, the preliminary report suggests. However, around 7 lakh candidates had applied to sit for this CTET Feb 2017.
The CTET is being conducted today across 92 places in the country and also at test venues set up in Dubai and Riyadh. CBSE had also set up 5 exam centres in Jammu and Kashmir but in a circular issued earlier, the candidates from Srinagar could also appear in Jammu.
The written examination timing was between 9:30 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 4:30 pm. The paper 1, which is held for primary teachers (classes I-V) was held in the afternoon session while paper 2 (for upper primary teachers of classes VI-VIII) was conducted in the morning session.
CTET Official Answer Key
According to CBSE, the body that organises CTET, the answer keys will be released within 24 hours of the completion of the examination and a public notice will be issued in all leading newspapers. The CTET answer key for both paper I and paper II will be displayed at the official website (www.ctet.nic.in) only.
Once the official answer keys are released, candidates can view the correct answers for the questions set given to them in the exam and evaluate the marks they can expect.
The board will also display the OMR sheet of candidates for a stipulated time. The candidates can also seek a photocopy of their OMR sheet by paying a fee of Rs 500 to CBSE.
The answer keys and OMR sheets would be released for a duration of few days for which the notice will be issued today.
CTET Unofficial Answer Key
It is expected that CBSE would release the official answer keys for CTET 2017 in the evening today as both papers are concluded, although some coaching institutions also avail their version of answer keys soon as the test is completed. Watch this space as the answer keys will be updated here from official as well as unofficial sources.
CTET Expected Cut-Off
As per the National Council of Teacher Education, a person who secures 60% or more marks in the examination is considered CTET pass and the right to give concessions to reserved category candidates in the qualifying marks is given to government bodies and school managements.
Any candidate who qualifies CTET, his/her certificate would be valid for next 7 years to apply for the teachers’ jobs in CBSE-affiliated schools, recruitment in Navodaya Vidalayas and Kendriya Vidyalayas. A candidate can take as many CTET exams and the score of latest and his/her best attained marks would be considered for the recruitment processes, whichever is submitted and is valid.
The result of CTET 2017 held on 18th February will be released in the 2nd week of November as per the tentative schedule provided by CBSE.
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