More number of candidates have been qualifying Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Paper I and Paper II since 2014. The official data by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) reflects that while the number of candidates qualifying Paper I and Paper II of CTET has been on the rise since September 2014, it’s February 2016 when the exam saw 3.38 percent drop in the pass percentage of Paper II. Careers360 here analyses result data of CTET from 2011 to 2016 to bring the result trend for your easy reference. Latest: The CTET application form 2020 will be released on January 24, 2020. CTET application fee increased from Rs. 750 to Rs. 1000.
According to CTET official data, from 2011 to February 2014, the number of candidates qualifying CTET has been reflecting inconsistency (with the pass percentage fluctuating backward and forward) ranging from 0.91 percent to 11.58 percent for both the papers. However, since September 2014, the test takers have been showing consistent improvement, except for February 2016 where the pass percentage fell by 3.38 percent for Paper II. Let’s see what the figures say about CTET Paper I and II since September 2014.
CTET Paper I – Number of qualifying candidates on a rise Since September 2014
Since September 2014, candidates, who have taken CTET Paper I, have been recording better performance till February 2016. Earlier, where the pass percentage of CTET Paper I was 9.13 percent in June 2011, it dropped to 5.34 percent in the exam held in January 2012. This is close to 4 percent drop compared to June 2011. Further, November 2012 reflected the worst figures where merely 0.91 percent candidates could make it to the cut off of CTET Paper I. However, in July 2013, the test takers fared batter by showing promising figures with 11.58 percent candidates qualifying the paper I of the examination. The next year, in February 2014, the figures again dropped to 3.39 percent. However, this was the year where from September 2014 the candidates started showing better result than the previous years.
CTET Paper I Result Analysis
CTET Paper I held in September 2014 saw 11.95 percent candidates qualifying the examination. Further, the number of candidates securing the cut off of paper I of CTET kept increasing year after year. In February 2015, the paper I of CTET saw 17.9 percent candidates qualifying the exam, which is 5 percent increase than September 2014. This means that 5 percent more candidates qualified the exam than the previous year. In September 2015, the number of candidates qualifying the exam further grew with 18.63 percent pass percentage this time. Come February 2016 and the number of qualified candidates in CTET Paper I rose to 29.51 percent.
CTET Paper II – More candidates qualify since Sept 2014, except Feb 2016
The result data of CTET Paper I and II carry similarities in terms of more and more candidates qualifying the test since September 2014, however, the only difference in result trend is in September 2016 where the number of qualified candidates dropped for Paper II. In September 2014 where 2.8 percent candidates qualified CTET Paper II, which is close to 2 percent more than February 2014. Further, in February 2015, CTET Paper II registered a pass percentage of 9.16, which is over 6 percent more than September 2014. In September 2015, the pass percentage further jumped to 16.42 percent, with over 7 percent more candidates qualifying the paper II than in February 2015. However, February 2016 saw lesser number of candidates qualifying paper II of CTET. This session of the exam in 2016 recorded a 3.38 percent drop than September 2015.
CTET Paper II Result Analysis
CTET is held twice a year to test candidates on their teaching ability. The exam is conducted for Paper I and II. Paper I is held for candidates who want to become teachers of Classes I to V, while Paper II is for those candidates who aspire to be teachers of class VI to VIII. Candidates, who wish to be teachers from class I to VIII have the option of applying for both the papers - Paper I and II. Qualified candidates are eligible to apply as teachers in schools under Central Government schools like Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS), Tibetan School etc and schools under the administrative control of UTs and unaided private schools. Qualified candidates are issued CTET Eligibility Certificate which remains valid till seven years from the date of declaration of result.
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Yes, you can give CTET, the NIOS board education is also valid for CTET. The candidates who all are completed diploma in elementary education (D.EL.Ed) can give central TET examination. NIOS candidates will be treated equally as any other candidate who passed from a regular school recognised by the Govt. There is no impartial justice rendered there.
D.El.ED course is an 2 year course with 4 semesters which gives training to the teachers especually to teach in primary schoop and National school of open learning provides this diploma.
CTET is the national level exam for teaching in elementary and primary children and it has 2 papers.
For paper 1 minimum 50% in 10+ 2 or diploma from recognized board is needed and for paper 2 10+2 and B.E l.ED is required.
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There are two criteria under which a CTET certificate is valid:
P.S. : There is no restriction on a number of attempts and also
qualified person can appear to the exam for improving his/her score.
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