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CTET Cut Off 2024 (Soon) - Check Expected Qualifying Marks SC, ST, EWS, UR, OBC

CTET Cut Off 2024 (Soon) - Check Expected Qualifying Marks SC, ST, EWS, UR, OBC

Edited By Soujanya K | Updated on Mar 08, 2024 09:46 AM IST | #CTET

Central Board of Secondary Education will release the CTET 2024 cut off online on the official website. The CTET cut off marks will be released at ctet.nic.in. CTET cut off marks are the minimum marks a candidate needs to obtain to qualify the exam. Candidates attempting the CTET 2024 exam can find out more about the cut off marks, qualifying marks and result in the article below.

The CTET cut off marks 2024 will be based on various factors such as the number of candidates who have appeared for the paper and the difficulty of the paper. Aside from the cut off, the conducting authorities also prescribe the minimum qualifying marks for CTET 2024. The minimum qualifying percentage is 55% for reserved candidates and 60% for reserved candidates.

How to Check the CTET Cut Off 2024?

  • Visit the official CTET website 2024 - ctet.nic.in.

  • After that, go to the “CTET Exam Result 2024” page.

  • A new login window will appear on the desktop.

  • Fill in the appropriate field with your roll number.

  • To log in, go to the Home page and click the Login button.

  • The result, as well as the CTET cut off 2024, will be shown on the screen.

CTET 2024 Cut Off - CTET Qualifying Marks

The CTET passing marks will be decided by the exam conducting authorities. Candidates will be considered qualified if they obtain a score of 60% on the test. Since the CTET exam 2024 is worth 150 points, all candidates who earn a score of 90 or higher will be considered eligible for a lifetime certificate. CTET 2024 qualifying marks vary based on the candidate's category like General (UR), OBC, SC, ST, EWS, female etc. Following the announcement of the results, the CBSE will grant eligibility certificates to eligible applicants.

CTET Cut Off 2024 Category Wise - CTET qualifying marks

Category

CTET pass percentage

CTET Passing Marks

CTET OBC passing marks/ SC / ST

55%

82/150

General

60%

90/150

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Factors Determining CTET Cut Off 2024

CBSE determines the cut-off of CTET 2024 based on a number of factors. The factors determining the CTET cut off 2024 include:

  • The number of candidates who have appeared
  • Minimum CTET qualifying marks for General Category, OBC, SC, ST, EWS, female etc.,
  • Number of candidates who have registered
  • CTET Previous year's cut-off

CTET Cut off - Previous Year’s

Candidates can check the CTET category-wise cutoff marks to prepare for the upcoming exam. Aspirants who are preparing for the upcoming exam can analyze the CTET cutoff trends and other previous year's cutoff to plan their preparation. Check the previous year CTET cut off in the table below:

CTET 2021 Cut Off January Session

Category

CTET Cut off Jan 2021

OBC

85

SC

80

General

87

ST

80

CTET Cut Off 2019 December Session

Category

CTET Cut Off 2019

General

87

OBC

85

SC

80

ST

80

CTET Cut Off 2019 July Session

Category

CTET Cut Off 2019

General

90

OBC

82.5

SC

82.5

ST

82.5

CTET Cut Off 2018

Category
CTET Cut Off 2018
General
90
OBC
85
SC
80
ST
80

CTET Cut Off 2017

Category

CTET Cut Off 2017

General

87

OBC

85

SC

80

ST

80

CTET Answer Key 2024

The CTET 2024 answer key will be released in PDF format by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The links for the CTET answer key 2024 pdf download will be available on the home page of the official website. The exam authority will also provide the facility to challenge the CTET 2024 answer key for a certain time period. To challenge the CTET exam answer key 2024, candidates must pay Rs 1000 per question. With the help of answer key, candidates can predict their expected CTET cut off mark.

CTET Result 2024

CBSE announced the CTET result 2024 online on February 15 on its official website. Candidates can check the CTET exam result 2024 with their roll number. The CTET result 2024 was announced for both papers 1 and 2. Candidates who got the CTET cut off marks will be given eligibility certificates later.

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Where Can CTET Qualifiers Apply?

After passing the CTET test, candidates may pursue careers in education. Candidates can enroll in schools such as Kendriya Vidyalaya, NVS, and other private institutions. CTET exams qualifier certificate is required for all candidates in almost every teaching recruitment. Some state governments may also recognize the CTET eligibility certificate as proof of eligibility for recruitment.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. Is CTET cutoff the changes every year?

Every year, the CTET cutoff is usually similar to that of previous years. However, the Central Board of Secondary Education reserves the right to adjust the minimum cutoff depending on the paper's difficulty level and the number of candidates taking the exam.

2. When will the CTET cutoff be released?

CTET cutoff 2024 will be released online on the official website.

3. Will the cutoff of CTET 2024 be released category-wise?

Yes, CBSE will publish separate cutoffs for candidates in the general and reserved divisions.

4. Is the cutoff for primary and upper-primary level exams the same?

Yes, the CTET cutoff for both levels (primary and upper-primary) is usually the same.

5. What details are required to check the CTET cutoff?

To check the cutoff, go to the exam's official website and enter your roll number.

6. I have scored 75 marks in the CTET exam. Am I qualified for CTET 2024?

No, if you are in the reserved group, you must score at least 82 points to reach the cutoff.

7. I met the CTET cut off 2024, What’s next?

If you meet the CTET 2024 cutoff, you must have passed the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). After that, CBSE will issue you a CTET eligibility certificate.

8. What is the validity period of CTET eligibility certificate?

CTET eligibility certificate is valid for the lifetime.

9. What is the qualifying marks for CTET paper 2?

The CTET passing marks 2024 is the same for both paper 1 and paper 2. The qualifying marks for ctet paper 2 is 60% marks while reserved category candidates have to obtain at least 55% marks.

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Questions related to CTET

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No, completing a Hindi Pandit course alone wouldn't make you eligible for the CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) 2024. To be eligible for CTET, you typically need to have a Bachelor's Degree in Education (B.Ed.) or be in the final year of a B.Ed. program.

  • Candidates must have a B.Ed. degree with Hindi as one of the school subjects in the B.Ed. program.
  • Candidates must have a B.Ed. degree and a graduation degree (like B.A. or B.Sc.) with Hindi as a major subject.

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Yes, clearing CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) would be beneficial for you, even though you have a B.Sc. (IT) and a B.Ed. in Chemistry and Biology with a method qualification from your college for Chemistry.

CTET is a mandatory requirement for applying to most government teaching jobs at the central and state levels .Many private schools also prefer candidates with CTET certification.Clearing CTET opens doors to a wider range of teaching opportunities in schools across India, not just for Chemistry and Biology but potentially for IT subjects at the higher secondary level .


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Yes, you are eligible for the TGT (Trained Graduate Teacher) post for the Social Science subject with your qualifications. The minimum qualification for TGT posts typically requires a graduation degree with at least 50% marks in the relevant subject and a B.Ed. degree. You have an M.Com which fulfills the graduation requirement. While your B.Ed. is in Accounts and Commerce methods, having cleared the CTET Paper II in Social Science demonstrates your eligibility to teach the subject.

CTET acts as a national eligibility test for teachers. Clearing CTET with Social Science in Paper II specifically qualifies you to teach that subject at the TGT level.

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No, it might not be possible to choose a different exam center for your CTET exam and have Assamese as your Language 1 if your exam center is in Delhi. CTET exam centers typically offer specific language options based on their location.
Since your exam center is likely to be in Delhi, the available languages might not include Assamese.

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Candidates who have appeared or are appearing in the final year examination of the qualifying degree are also eligible to apply provisionally . Contact your teachers at your college they will make you all clear about the same . If you are in final year only then you are eligible for the ctet .

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