CTET Result 2020 for July session will be released by CBSE in the month of August 2020 (tentatively). Candidates will be able to check their result by visiting the official portal ctet.nic.in. You have to enter the valid roll number to download CTET Scorecard and Eligibility Certificate from the DigiLocker Platform.
CTET qualifiers can get recruited in various schools run by the central government, schools under the control of UT’s, private schools, schools owned and managed by the state government/local bodies. CTET December 2019 session was conducted on December 8, 2019 in which 28,32,120 candidates had registered, out of which 24,05,145 had appeared and only 5,42,285 qualified the exam. The CTET 2014-2016 result has been released by CBSE. You can also find their notification from the official website and check the result.
The tentative result dates for CTET 2020 July session are given below:-
|CTET Exam Date||July 5, 2020|
|Release of CTET Answer Keys 2020||To be announced|
|Release of CTET 2020 Scorecard||To be announced|
|Issue of CTET Eligibility Certificate||August 2020 (tentative)|
CTET 2020 Result can be accessed from the official website – ctet.nic.in. The given five-step process can be followed to access the result:
Step 1: Visit the official website i.e. ctet.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the news header stating “CTET 2020 Result”.
Step 3: Post clicking, you will be directed to a new page.
Step 4: Enter your Roll Number in the space provided.
Step 5: Your result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 6: Download a copy of the result sheet and save it for future reference.
In case of loss or damage of CTET certificate, candidates can apply for a duplicate certificate. A candidate can get a duplicate copy of CTET Marksheet / Eligibility certificate by paying the prescribed fees through Demand Draft in favor of Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education drawn on any nationalized bank, payable at Delhi. Earlier the fee was INR 235 but now the fee has been changed and the revised fee structure is mentioned below:
Fee (in Rs)
CTET duplicate marksheet/eligibility certificate fee
Verification fee per document (except the cases received from Government Department)
For the convenience of candidates, CBSE has collaborated with the DigiLocker with regard to providing the digital marksheets and certificates of the year 2020. Digilocker is a secure cloud-based platform for storage, sharing, and verification of documents and certificates. The mark sheet will be digitally signed and as per the Information and Technology Act, 2000, will be legally valid. If required, the documents can be shared by the candidates digitally through their DigiLocker Account for the purpose of verification. The process to check scorecard and certificate on your DigiLocker account is given below:
Step I: Enter the login credentials sent to you by CBSE on your registered mobile number to sign in the app.
Step II: Click on the link for accessing the documents.
Step III: Click on “View Document’ to view your Scorecard and Certificate.
CTET Cutoff 2020 for July session will be released in the month of August 2020. The Cutoff will be updated here once it’s officially released. Given below is the expected cut off for the session:
Meanwhile, candidates can check CTET 2019 pass percentage and previous years’ cutoffs to know how much they need to score in the exam to be qualified.
|Candidates Registered in Paper 1||16,46,620|
|Candidates Appeared in Paper 1||14,13,390|
|Candidates Qualified in Paper 1||2,47,386|
|Pass Percentage for Paper 1||17.50%|
|Candidates Registered in Paper 2||11,85,500|
|Candidates Appeared in Paper 2||9,91,755|
|Candidates Qualified in Paper 2||2,94,899|
|Pass Percentage for Paper 2||29.73%|
|Candidates Registered in Paper 1||16,56,091|
|Candidates Appeared in Paper 1||13,59,478|
|Candidates Qualified in Paper 1||2,14,658|
|Pass Percentage for Paper 1||15.78%|
|Candidates Registered in Paper 2||12,66,136|
|Candidates Appeared in Paper 2||10,17,553|
|Candidates Qualified in Paper 2||1,37,172|
|Pass Percentage for Paper 2||13.48%|
Ques: What is the eligibility criteria to get CTET 2020 certificate?
Ans: The eligibility criteria is as follows:
Ques: How to get duplicate eligibility certificate of CTET 2020?
Ans: In case of loss or damage of CTET certificate, candidates can apply for a duplicate certificate. A candidate can get a duplicate copy of CTET Marksheet / Eligibility certificate by paying the prescribed fees through Demand Draft in favor of Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education drawn on any nationalized bank, payable at Delhi. Earlier the fee was INR 235 but now the fee has been changed to INR 500.
Ques: What is the validity of CTET 2020 eligibility certificate?
Ans: The validity period of CTET qualifying certificate for appointment will be seven years from the announcement of its result for all categories and there is no restriction on the number of attempts a person can take for acquiring a CTET Certificate.
Ques: When is CTET result declared and eligibility certificate sent to candidates?
Ans: CTET result is usually declared within six weeks of the teacher eligibility test being conducted. CTET eligibility certificate is sent to candidates one month after the declaration of CTET result.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.