CTET Result 2020 - Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the CTET 2020 result for July session in online mode in the last week of July at ctet.nic.in. CTET result will be announced for both papers - paper I and II. Candidates will be able to download their respective result of CTET 2020 for July session by using their roll numbers. CTET result 2020 will contain the name of the candidate, roll number, father's and mother's name, and marks secured by the candidates. Candidates securing marks equal to or more than the minimum qualifying marks will only be considered CTET qualified. As per the CTET 2020 cut off, candidates securing marks equal to or more than 60% (general) and 55% (reserved category) will be considered qualified. Candidates considered qualified in the result of CTET 2020 July session will be issued the eligibility certificate which will be valid for 7 years. To know more about CTET result 2020, go through the article below.Latest: Download CTET Admit Card 2020 in online mode from June 17Central Teachers Eligibility Test is conducted twice a year - July and December. CTET 2020 is scheduled to be held on July 5 in offline mode. The test will be held for two papers - paper I (for class 1 to 5 teachers) and II (for class 6 to 8 teachers). As per previous years CTET result declaration, a total of 5,42,285 candidates qualified in December 2019 test wherein 2,47,386 and 2,94,899 candidates qualified for paper I and paper II respectively. However, in the result of CTET June 2019 exam, there were a total of 1,78,273 and 1 ,26,968 candidates who qualified in paper I and II respectively.
Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)
Result declaring authority Body
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Date of CTET 2020 July exam
July 5, 2020
Declaration of CTET 2020 result
Last week of July 2020
Mode of result
Credential required to download CTET result 2020
Details mentioned in the result of CTET
Name of the candidate, Roll number, Father's and Mother's name, and marks secured by the candidates.
CTET 2019 (December) Statistics
No. of candidates registered - 28,32,120
No. of candidates who appeared - 24,05,145
No. of qualified candidates - 5,42,285
CTET 2019 (July) Statics
No. of candidates registered - 29.22 lakh
No. of candidates who appeared - 23.77 lakh
No. of qualified candidates - 3.52 lakh
Validity of CTET certificate
To check the result of CTET, candidates can go through the steps mentioned below.
Visit the official website - ctet.nic.in
Click on the CTET 2020 result link
The link will open into login window screen
Enter your roll number to download CTET result
The screen will then flash your result of CTET
CTET Result Login window
Candidates must find the following details mentioned in the CTET 2020 result:
Name of the exam
Paper for which the test was taken
Marks scores in each section
Total marks score
In order to qualify the eligibility test, candidates must secure marks, equal to or more than the minimum qualifying marks determined by the exam conducting authority. As per the qualifying marks, general category candidates securing 60% marks while reserved category candidates securing 55% marks will be considered qualified in CTET result 2020. Since the test is held for a total of 150 marks, candidates have to secure 90 marks (general) and 82.5 marks (reserved category) to qualify.
All those candidates who will qualify in the CTET 2020 exam will be issued an eligibility certificate. The eligibility certificate issued to the qualified candidates will be valid for a period of 7 years from the date of CTET result 2020 declaration.
After the declaration of the result of CTET CBSE will provide Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) mark sheets to all candidates and eligibility certificates to successful candidates in Digital Format in their DigiLocker account. The mark sheets and eligibility certificates The candidates will be able to download their marksheet and eligibility certificates using the login credentials.
No. of Qualified Candidates
No. of Appeared Candidates
All those candidates who will qualify in the test will be issued the CTET eligibility certificate. Candidates will be able to download the eligibility certificate by visiting the official website of CTET and click on the ‘download eligibility certificate’ option. To download the CTET 2020 eligibility certificate, candidates have to enter the roll number in the login window. Candidates must download their respective eligibility certificate and get it printed for future references.
Sample Image of CTET Eligibility Certificate
The eligibility certificate issued to the qualified candidates is valid for a period of seven years from the date of declaration of result.
Candidates receiving the eligibility certificate can apply in the following schools:
Schools run by Central Government (KVS, NVS, Central Tibetan Schools, etc.) and controlled under UT’s of Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and NCTof Delhi.
Unaided private schools
Schools owned and managed by the State Government/local bodies.
Candidates will have to secure the minimum cut off of CTET in order to be considered eligible. The CTET cut off is determined in the form of qualifying marks which the candidate must secure as per their category. As per the CTET cut off marks, candidates belonging to the general category have to secure marks equal to or more than 60% marks out of a total 150 marks. However, the reserved category candidates have to secure marks equal to or more than 55% marks.
The Eligibility Certificate will be given to the qualified candidates a month after the result announcement.
CTET Eligibility Certificate will be sent to the qualified candidates through speed post.
In case you are not able to download the CTET result 2020, you must try to access your result after a few minutes. Sometimes when many candidates try to access at the same time, then the server may not respond. In this case, you must try to download your CTET 2020 result during off peak hours like during night when there are less active users on the website.
No, marks will not be deducted for any wrong response given by the candidate.
The authorities will not release a separate CTET 2020 cut off. The cut off is in the form of qualifying marks which has already been mentioned in the CTET notification which is 60% for general and 55% for the reserved category candidates.
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I would suggest you to go through with the given below link to download the previous year papers of CTET.
CTET 2020 registrations closed on March 2nd. It has been extended from February 24th to March 2nd. Unfortunately it is too late for registration now. You may have to wait until next year.
Well if you still have the option of correction then do correct that otherwise if not then I do not think that it will create that much of a problem, your pincode being wrong in the details section. Just talk to the authorities once about this.
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Yes, for 2020 you have Deled from nios then you can write Ctet exam for becoming a teacher in bihar.
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There is no upper limits in the number of attempts a person could take for the CTET but yes they do impose validity period for CTET certificate which is seven years from the date of their issuence. So no need arises for you to appear again as your certificate is valid till 2022.
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