Central Teacher Eligibility Test CTET 2019 result for exam held on July 7, 2019 can be checked here. CBSE finally releases CTET result for 7 July 2019 exam conducted for Elementary as well as junior section teachers recruitment. There were two papers for this test, named as paper-1 and paper-2 held on morning and afternoon session.
The result of CTET 2019 is declared on 30 July 2019 on the official website of CTET that is ctet.nic.in. Candidates who have applied for this test and have given exam on 7 & 8 July 2019.
CTET is a benchmark exam must be qualified for being teachers in government schools from classes 1st to 8th. Apart from satisfying the eligibility conditions of the test, the applicants must obtain the minimum qualifying marks, also known as the CTET cut off.
CTET July 2019 result analysis:
|Exam Name||Total appeared Candidates
||Successful/ Passed Candidates||Passing %|
|Paper 1 / Primary||13,59,478||2,14,658||15.78 %|
|Paper 2 / Junior||10,17,553||1,37,172||13.48%|
Download CTET 2019 result from the official website. There was approx. 29.22 Lakhs forms have been filled but 23.77 Lakh candidates appeared for this exam. Candidates having B. Ed or BTC, B. El. Ed certificate can give one or both papers. But teachers who have B. Ed. certificate can only become a teacher in higher or junior section classes i.e. from class 6 to class 12th schools. But BTC candidates can apply for both exams.
CTET Feb 2015 result analysis:
|Exam Name||Total Candidates appeared for the exam||Successful/ Passed Candidates||Passing %|
|Paper 1 – Primary||4.59 Lakh||12,843||02.80 %|
|Paper 2 – Junior||2.06 Lakh||24,629||11.95%|
Candidates only need to submit their ‘CTET Roll Number’ to view the result. Board also provides marks for each subject paper-like Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics & Science, Language I, Language II exam.
CBSE also provides instructions to schools management that “Candidates securing 60% and above marks will be considered as CTET qualified. School managements (Government, Local Bodies, Government aided and un-aided) may consider giving concessions to persons belonging to SC/ST, OBC, differently-abled persons, etc., in accordance with their extant reservation policy.” Respective schools and organization are instructed to follow government rules.