The Central Board Of Secondary Education is gearing up to release the CTET results by the end of September. While various media reports have suggested this, there is no official confirmation as of now. In the meantime, the Board has not yet released the preliminary answer keys for the CBSE CTET.
The Board has remained tight-lipped regarding any developments related to the CTET results. Candidates eagerly awaiting the results can check the answer key from the official website, ctet.nic.in.
CBSE CTET 2023 Answer Key: Steps to Download
Follow these steps to download the CBSE CTET 2023 answer key once it’s available:
|Step 1||Navigate to the official website of CTET 2023, ctet.nic.in.|
|Step 2||Click on the link for the CTET answer key on the homepage.|
|Step 3||A new page will be displayed on the screen.|
|Step 4||Key in your login credentials like roll number, password, and captcha.|
|Step 5||CTET answer key 2023 will appear on your screen.|
|Step 6||Check the answer key and raise objections if required.|
Once the CBSE CTET provisional answer key is released, candidates who appeared will have the chance to raise objections. For a non-refundable fee, every candidate can challenge any answer of the key released by the Board. Candidates challenging the key must provide evidence to support their arguments. However, the Board will not inform whether their challenge is incorporated or not.
The Central Board Of Secondary Education will release the final answer key, and once it’s out, candidates will not be allowed to request any modifications. After reviewing student grievances, CBSE will create the CTET final answer key.
The CTET scoring will be made available following the 2023 CTET results announcement. It’s important to note that the CTET scorecard is transferable for life. The CTET exam is a critical determinant for teaching positions in various government schools, including Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs), Navodaya Vidyalayas (NVs), ERDO, and National Army schools. Additionally, many private schools also hire teachers based on their CTET results.
This year, CBSE received an overwhelming response with more than 29 lakh applications. An estimated 80% of students who applied for the exam actually appeared for it. Out of the total applicants, 15,01,719 students registered for paper 1 (for classes 1 to 5), while 14,02,184 registered for paper 2 (for classes 6 to 8).