ctet result 2019 july
The CTET Scorecard includes total marks obtained by the candidate in the CTET exam as well as the marks secured by them in each subject separately. Qualified candidates are awarded with CTET Certificate which is valid for duration of seven years from the date of CTET Result declaration.
CTET 2019 Result (July) available @ cbseresults.nic.in. The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the CTET result 2019 on 30 July, 23 days after the CTET exam. Candidates of General category, who score 60 percent and above (minimum 90 marks out of 150), are declared as passed in the CTET exam. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category need to secure at least 55 percent marks (82 out of 150) to qualify the CTET exam. Candidates who clear the CTET July 2019 exam will be awarded with the CTET Certificate which is eligible for 7 good years.
This year 29.22 lacs candidates registered for the exam and out of them 23.77 lacs candidates had appeared in the exam in 114 cities across India. 3.52 lacs candidates are qualified in CTET July 2019 exam and out of them 2.15 lacs candidates have qualified in Paper I of CTET exam while 1.37 lacs candidates qualified in Paper II. Only those candidates are declared qualified who have secured at least 60 percent marks for General and 55 percent for other categories and above in CTET July examination.
Steps to check CTET 2019 Result
1. Visit official website of CTET (ctet.nic.in)
2. Click on CTET 2019 July Result (at bottom of page)
3. This link will open a new window
4. Candidates should enter their roll number in the box
5. After entering roll number click on submit button
6. Result of CTET 2019 will be displayed on screen
7. Download the result and save it for future reference
How to download CTET 2019 result
(CTET) 2019 on its official website today, i.e., July 30, 2019. The candidates who have appeared for the
NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education), prescribed few minimum criteria for a person to be eligible as teacher for classes I to VIII. These rules are as per provisions of sub-section (1) of Section 23 of Right To Education Act. As per it, any person who wishes to become a teacher in any of the schools referred to in clause (n) of section 2 of RTE Act has to pass Teacher Eligibility Test.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is entrusted with the responsibility of conducting CTET.
Step 3: Fill in details — registration number, date of birth and other details
The CBSE CTET recruitment exam was conducted to fill the posts of teachers in government schools such as Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Central Tibetan Schools and other government schools.