CTET 2021 Answer Key – Raise Objections By Feb 4, Read Details

New Delhi, 03 February 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) answer key 2021 on 01 February 2022. Candidates can check the provisional answer key and raise objections on the official website. The last date to challenge the CTET 2021 answer key is 4 February 2022 upto 11:59 pm.

CTET 2021: Important Dates

  • CTET December 2021 examination: 16 December to 13 January, 2022.ย 
  • Re-exam of candidates: 17 January 2022
  • Release of question papers and response sheet: 24 January 2022
  • Release of provisional answer key: 1 February 2022
  • Deadline to raise objections: 4 February 2022

How to Check CTET Answer Key 2021?

  • Candidates are required to visit the official website.
  • On the homepage, they are required to click on the link that reads, โ€œDisplay/challenge of answer key CTET Dec-2021โ€ณ
  • A new page will open.
  • Then, they are required to click on the link that reads, โ€œClick here for Display/challenge of answer key CTET Dec-2021โ€.
  • Another login page will open on the screen.
  • Now, the candidates can enter their roll numbers, date of birth and submit these details.
  • The CTET 2021 answer key will then be displayed on the screen.
  • Finally, the candidates can download and match the keys with their responses.

CTET 2021 Answer Key โ€“ How to Raise Objections?

  • Candidates are required to visit the official website.
  • On the homepage, they are required to scroll down and click on the โ€œDisplay/Challenge of the answer key CTET Dec 2021โ€.
  • Then, candidates should log in to the dashboard using their CTET roll number and date of birth.
  • CTET answer key will be displayed on the screen.
  • Candidates can then challenge the answer key through the option mentioned on the portal.
  • There, they can enter the question number and their respective objections.ย 
  • Candidates will be asked to provide validation of their challenge.
  • Thereafter, they will be required to pay the objection fee (INR 1000 for each question) and click on submit.
  • Finally, the candidates can take a printout for future reference.

 

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