CTET 2020 Result

Abhik Das Updated On: 22 Jan, 2020 19:15 IST

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CTET 2020 (July) Result

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2020 result is going to be declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in online mode on the official website. Once the result of CTET 2020 is declared, the link to download the CTET 2020 scorecard will soon be updated here.

CTET 2020 will be conducted in the month of June 2020, for Paper I and II and candidates who have appeared for CTET 2020 exam can check their CTET result 2020 by filling their roll number on the official website of CTET. The scorecard of CTET includes the total marks secured by the candidates in the entrance exam. Candidates must note that in order to qualify in CTET result 2020, General category candidates must secure 60% marks while candidates belonging to the Reserved category must secure 55%.

Candidates who took CTET must know that the result of CTET will display the candidates' name, roll number, total and subject-wise marks scored in the exam. In order to view the CTET result 2020, candidates will have to enter their Roll Number in the login window.

Note: CTET Certificate is valid for 7 years for all categories and can be re-issued (if it is lost or damaged) by contacting the authority.

CTET July 2020 Results

By referring to the table given below, candidates can check their CTET 2020 result important dates: 

Events

Dates

CTET June 2020 Examination Date

05 July 2020

Result Declaration of CTET June 2020

To Be Released

How to Check CTET July 2020 Results?

By following the steps given below, candidates can view their results of CTET 2020:

Step 1: Visit the official website i.e. www.ctet.nic.

Step 2: Click on the link which displays ‘CTET 2020 Result’.

Step 3: Result login page will appear. Enter your Roll Number and hit the ‘Submit’ button.

Step 4: The result of CTET 2020 will appear on the screen.

Step 5: Download the same take a printout of the CTET 2020 scorecard for future reference.

Details Mentioned in CTET 2020 Scorecard

After entering the hall ticket number, the following particulars will be displayed on the screen:

  • Name of the candidate

  • Roll Number of the candidate

  • Category

  • Father’s Name/Husband’s Name

  • Name of the Subject

  • Subject-wise marks as well as the overall marks scored in CTET 2020

CTET 2020 Scorecard

After the declaration of CTET 2020 result, all the candidates who have qualified the entrance examination will be awarded the CTET 2020 scorecard. Candidates can check their result @ctet.nic.in. It must be noted by the candidates that the scorecard of CTET 2020 is valid for seven years from the date of announcement of result. 

What can CTET Qualified Candidates Do After Qualifying CTET 2020?

After clearing CTET 2020, candidates will be hired as a teacher can:

  • Apply to the private schools which consider the CTET certification.

  • Apply to the Central Schools like Kendriya Vidhalaya (KV), NVS, etc.

  • Qualified candidates can also apply to the schools owned and managed by the State Governments which do not conduct the State TET.

Validity Period of CTET 2020 Certificate

CTET 2020 certificate will be issued only to the qualified candidates. The validity of the certificate will be 7 years from the date of result announcement for all categories. Candidates should note that if a person who has qualified CTET may also appear for the examination again for improving his /her score as there is no restriction on the number of attempts a person can take for acquiring a CTET Certificate.

Where will the CTET Result 2020 be Stored?

The CTET 2020 result will be stored in the Digilocker account of those candidates who have cleared the CTET 2020 entrance exam. The CTET 2020 result card along with the certificates of the eligible candidates will be available in digital format in the Digilocker account of the candidates. The eligibility certificates and the mark sheets will carry a digital signature of the concerned authority in addition to an encrypted QR code for the purpose of security. The candidates can use the Digilocker mobile application to scan and verify the QR code. 

The authority has created a Digilocker account for all the candidates and the credentials for the same will be relayed to the candidates on their mobile numbers which is registered with CBSE. The candidates can use the same credentials in order to access their eligibility marksheets and digital CTET 2020 mark sheets.

CTET Result 2020: Rechecking/Re-evaluation

Candidates appearing in the CTET 2020 must note that for CTET 2020 result, no rechecking or revaluation will be done, as per the CBSE rules. After CTET 2020 (July) has been successfully conducted, CBSE will declare CTET 2020 (July) answer key for the candidates wherein candidates will be able to cross-check their probable scores.

CTET 2020 Result- Who will be declared ‘Pass/Qualified’?

In order to be considered CTET qualified or CTET pass, candidates will have to meet the following qualifying criteria:

  • Candidates (General category) scoring 60% and above in the CTET 2020 examination will be considered as qualified.

  • The qualifying percentage is relaxed for SC / ST / OBC category candidates. Such candidates need to secure minimum of 90 out of 150 marks.

  • Candidates can take a look at the below table to understand the qualifying percentage in CTET 2020:

Category

Passing Marks

Minimum Qualifying Percentage

General

90 out of 150

60%

OBC/SC/ST

82 out of 150

55%

Applicability of CTET Certificate

The CTET 2020 certificate issued to all the qualifying candidates will be applicable to the following:

  • Central Government schools (KVS, NVS, Central Tibetan Schools, etc.)

  • Unaided Private schools may exercise the option of considering CTET

  • Schools under the administrative control of UT’s of Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, and Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and NCT of Delhi

  • Schools owned and managed by the State Government/local bodies

CTET Duplicate Marksheet 

Candidates should note that they can apply for a duplicate certificate. In case the CTET certificate is lost or damaged. He/she can get a duplicate copy of CTET mark sheet/eligibility certificate by paying INR 200 + INR 35 (Postal Charges) through Demand Draft in favor of Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education drawn on any nationalized bank, payable at Delhi. The time for the issue of the duplicate document is within 14 working days.

CTET 2020 Post Result Declaration

After the result of CTET 2020 is declared, candidates qualifying Paper 1 will become eligible to teach classes I to VIII at Central Government Schools like NVS/KVS/Tibetan Schools, etc, however, the candidates qualifying Paper 2 will become eligible to teach class VI-VIII-X. Candidates qualifying both Papers I and Paper II can teach at both the levels (Primary and Secondary). 

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