CTET Analysis - Paper II candidates less competitive than Paper I
Candidates, who have been opting for Paper I of CTET are more competitive than candidates who have been appearing for Paper II from 2011 to 2016. The result data of CTET from the year 2011 to 2016 reflects that in comparison to Paper I, lesser number of candidates have been qualifying Paper II. In June 2011, where 9.13 percent candidates could make it to the qualifying cut off of CTET Paper I, the pass percentage of Paper II remained 7.59 percent. This means that 1.54 percent more candidates could qualify Paper I than Paper II. Paper I of CTET is held for candidates who want to be teachers of class 1 to 5, while Paper II is held for candidates who wish to be teachers of class 6 to 8.
Qualified candidates of CTET are eligible to apply as teachers in schools under Central Government like Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS), Tibetan School etc and schools under the administrative control of UTs and unaided private schools. Careers360 does a comparative analysis reflecting the competitiveness of candidates opting for CTET Paper I and II.
However, it was January 2012 which reflected a different trend. In this session, the pass percentage of CTET Paper II overpowered Paper I. In January 2012 where Paper I saw 5.34 percent candidates qualifying the examination, Paper II had 1.09 more candidates making it to the qualifying cut off of Paper II with a pass percentage of 6.43.
CTET Result Analysis – Competitiveness in Paper I and II (June 2011 to Feb 2016)
Paper I Pass Percentage
Paper II Pass Percentage
Difference in Pass Percentage
Except January 2012 session, candidates in Paper I had performed far better than Paper II candidates. Come November 2012 and 0.46 percent less candidates qualified in Paper II than Paper I. The trend continued and in July 2013 too 4.09 percent more candidates could qualify Paper I than Paper II. In July 2013 where 11.58 percent candidates qualified in Paper I, the pass percentage of CTET paper II remained 7.49, which is 4.09 percent less than Paper I.
Further, the pass percentage difference in CTET Paper I and II remained 2.31 percent in February 2014 wherein Paper I saw 3.39 percent candidates qualifying the exam, while Paper II saw only 1.08 percent candidates making it to the qualifying cut off. In September 2014, the pass percentage difference grew even more with only 2.8 percent candidates (out of the total appeared) qualifying the Paper II exam. In Paper II, for the same session, the pass percentage of CTET Paper I remained 11.95 percent, which means that 9.15 percent less candidates qualified CTET Paper II than Paper I in the session.
In February and September sessions of 2015 too, the pass percentage of CTET Paper I was 17.9 and 18.63 respectively whereas the pass percentage of Paper II for the same period was 9.16 and 16.42. This brought the pass percentage difference between both the papers for February and September sessions of 2015 to 8.74 and 2.21. In other words, February 2015 saw 8.74 percent more candidates qualifying in Paper I and 2.21 percent more candidates in September 2015.
February 2016 too followed the trend with 16.11 percent more candidates qualifying in Paper I than Paper II. For February 2016 session where 29.51 percent candidates qualified CTET Paper I, the percentage of qualifying candidates for the same session in Paper II was 13.4 percent.
Thus, the result data of CTET for 6 years shows that the competitiveness of candidates who want to be teachers from class 1 to 5 is far higher than the competitiveness of candidates who wish to be teachers from class 6 to 8. In other words, more candidates fail to qualify CTET Paper II than Paper I.
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