CTET Answer Key 2021: CBSE has released the answer key for CTET. Candidates can check the answer key by going to ctet.nic.in. If a candidate has objections regarding the answer to a question, he can get it lodged by 5 pm on 21 February. Each objection has to be paid at the rate of Rs 1000 per question. If the objection turns out to be correct, the amount will be returned to the candidate. The CTET examination was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 31 January 2021.
CBSE has said that if a candidate wants to file an objection, he will have to pay the debit or credit card payment fees. The objections raised will be investigated by experts. If the objection is found correct, the amount will be transferred back to the candidate in his / her bank account.
By clicking on this link, you can get objection to the answer of CTET Answer-Key.
In order to pass this exam, students of general category, then it is necessary to bring at least 60 percent marks i.e. 90 marks out of 150. At the same time, candidates of OBC, SC and ST category are required to get 55 per cent i.e. 82 marks out of 150. The candidates who bring the passing marks in CTET 2021 will be given CTET score card and CTEThi certificate. Let me tell you that from this time the validity of CTET has been done forever. Earlier, he was a physician for seven years.
The CTET result can be released in March.
Successful candidates participating in CTET Paper-1 will be considered eligible for teacher recruitment for classes 1 to 5. Whereas successful candidates sitting in Paper-2 will be considered eligible for teacher recruitment for classes 6th to 8th.
CTET exams are conducted twice a year by CBSE. Candidates who have passed this examination can apply for appointment to the post of teachers in Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas and Army Schools across the country.
Know how CTET December 2019 result was
In CTET December exam 2019, 28,32,120 candidates had registered. Out of this, 24,05,145 candidates (Paper 1 - 16,46,620 and Paper 2 - 11,85,500) were sitting in the examination held on 8 December. Out of the total candidates, 22.55 percent candidates passed. Out of 24,05,145 candidates who appeared for the test, 5,42,285 candidates passed. There were 2,47,386 candidates in Paper 1 and 2,94,899 candidates in Paper 2. The examination was conducted in 110 cities. 2,935 examination centers were built.