CTET answer key and result: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) successfully conducted the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) on 21st January 2024. The candidates who appeared in this examination conducted for teachers from class 1 to 8 are now eagerly waiting for the provisional answer key and final answer key. Once the provisional answer key is released, candidates will be allowed to raise objections. The provisional answer will be uploaded on the official website cbse.nic.in.
It is expected that this time CBSE will release the answer key along with the responses of the candidates. Whereas the candidates who file objection will have to pay fees per question. If the objection lodged by the candidate is found valid, then the fee will be refunded. Let us tell you, CBSE will also upload the scanned image of the OMR sheet of the candidates along with the answer key on cbse.nic.in.
According to CBSE, the 18th edition of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) January session was conducted on January 21 at 3,418 examination centers spread across 135 cities across the country. Around 27 lakh candidates had registered for the January session exam, including around 9.58 lakh for Paper 1 (Class 1-5) and around 17.35 lakh for Paper 2 (Class 6-8).
Know how was the CTET paper of January session and when will the result be released?
Regarding CTET paper, students said that the level of the exam was moderate. The exam was not easier than last time. Two and a half hours are given to complete the exam. Which the candidates felt was less this time. Another student said that the paper was long and time seemed less. This time CBSE conducted Paper 2 first, this did not make much difference to the level of the paper. The exam was quite long. The entire pattern of the exam was based on the syllabus. Nothing special was asked. Let us tell you that till now no official information related to CTET result has come. First the provisional certificate will be issued.
After which you will be given a chance to register your objection. Then after reviewing all the objections, the final answer key will be released along with the result. However, it is expected that the results may be released around February 15, because the second session of CTET exam is to be organized in the month of April. Let us tell you, this examination is conducted twice a year by CBSE.
CTET marksheet will be visible on Digilocker
Candidates appearing for CTET exam will receive digital marksheet and eligibility certificate through DigiLocker. DigiLocker accounts of all the appeared candidates will be created and the account credentials will be communicated to the candidates on their mobile numbers registered with CBSE. After which candidates will be able to easily see their marksheet.