CTET 2021 Results To Be Released Tomorrow, Read Details

New Delhi, 14 February 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to release the result of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) on 15 February 2022. The registered candidates who have appeared for CTET 2021 December exam are required to check their results on the official website.


  • The CTET preliminary answer key and question paper has already been released by the board for the candidates’ reference.
  • The final answer key for CTET 2021 will be prepared after considering the objections raised by the candidates.Β 
  • Candidates are required to know that there is no provision for rechecking or revaluation of their results.Β 

How To Check CTET December 2021 Result?

  • To check CTET results, candidates will have to visit the official CTET website.check CTET results, candidates will have to visit the official CTET website
  • Then, on the homepage, they are required to scroll down and click on the CTET Dec 2021 Result link.
  • Candidates will be redirected to another page where they will have to log in to the dashboard using their CTET roll number and date of birth.
  • The CTET 2021 result will appear on the screen.
  • Then, they can check and download the result for future reference.

Note: The board conducted CTET 2021 examination on 17 January and 21 January 2022 respectively. The exam on 17 January was conducted in a single shift, i.e, from 9.30 am to 12 noon while the exam on 21 January was conducted in two shifts, i.e, from 9.30 am to 12 noon and 2.30 pm to 5 pm.Β 

What Is The Validity Period of CTET Certificate?

  • The CTET qualifying certificate for appointment will be valid for life time for all student categories.Β 
  • There is no restriction on the number of attempts a candidate can take for acquiring a CTET certificate.Β 
  • Candidates who have qualified CTET may also appear again for improving their scores.

What is CTET Qualifying Marks 2021?

  • The qualifying score for CTET 2021 is 60% for the General category and 55% for Other Backward Class (OBC), Scheduled Class (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) categories.
  • Candidates who will score equal to or more than the qualifying marks will be considered to be qualified.
  • Candidates are required to obtain 90 marks out of a total of 150 in their respective papers.

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