CBSE CTET 2023: Expected Result Date and Key Information
The Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) is gearing up to announce the results of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) by the end of September. However, despite widespread media speculation, there has been no official confirmation from the Board regarding the exact date of the result announcement. Additionally, the preliminary answer keys for the CBSE CTET have not been released, and the Board has maintained a veil of secrecy over the development.
For candidates eagerly awaiting the answer key, it can be accessed on the official website of CTET 2023 at ctet.nic.in.
CBSE CTET 2023 Answer Key: How to Download
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to download the CTET 2023 answer key once it becomes available:
- Navigate to the official website of CTET 2023, which is ctet.nic.in.
- On the homepage, locate and click on the link for the CTET answer key.
- A new page will be displayed on your screen.
- Enter your login credentials, including your roll number, password, and captcha.
- The CTET answer key for 2023 will appear on your screen.
- Review the answer key and, if necessary, raise objections.
Once the CBSE CTET provisional answer key is released, candidates who appeared for the exam will have the opportunity to raise objections. This can be done by paying a non-refundable fee. Candidates challenging the answer key must provide supporting evidence for their arguments. However, the Board will not notify whether their challenges are incorporated or not. Subsequently, the Central Board Of Secondary Education will release the final answer key. Once the final CBSE CTET answer key is released, there will be no further room for modification.
About CBSE CTET
The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is a crucial examination for aspiring teachers. It determines their eligibility to teach in various government schools, including Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs), Navodaya Vidyalayas (NVs), Education Research and Development Organization (ERDO) schools, and National Army schools. Moreover, many private schools also consider CTET results when hiring teachers.
This year, CBSE received an overwhelming response, with more than 29 lakh applications submitted. Approximately 80% of the registered students appeared for the exam. Out of the total, 15,01,719 students registered for paper 1 (intended for classes 1 to 5), while 14,02,184 registered for paper 2 (intended for classes 6 to 8).
The CTET examination is a critical step in shaping the future of education in India, ensuring that qualified and competent teachers are entrusted with the responsibility of nurturing the next generation of learners. As we await the release of the CTET results and answer key, candidates can stay informed by regularly checking the official website for updates.