CTET Result 2016 – Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the CTET September Result 2016 on 7 November 2016. Earlier, CTET Result 2016 was expected to be declared in the month of October 2016. As far as the CTET marks statement/certificates are concerned, the same will be dispatched soon. To ease the candidates, we have updated the direct link of the CTET Result 2016 on our web portal. However, the CTET February Result 2016 that was conducted by the CBSE on 21 February 2016, was declared in April 2016. After conducting the CTET on 21 February 2016, the CBSE declared CTET Result in April 2016. The CBSE conducts the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) twice in a year, i.e. usually in the month of February and September each year. The CTET is conducted to fill the vacancies of the teachers for Primary level classes i.e. 1st to 5th class and Elementary level classes i.e. the 6th to 8th class. In order to get selected in the CTET, the candidates need to clear the national level CTET.
Note: CBSE will conduct the CTET in the month of February 2017. The candidates are notified here that they must fill the application form which will be made available in the current month of December 2016. The application fee can be deposited in the month of January 2017. The correction, if any, can be made by them by the end of January 2017.
The CTET has been conducted successfully at 851 centres spread over 91 cities in India. The exam conducting authority – the CBSE has declared that the exam has been conducted successfully. It also informed that more than 6, 50,000 students had registered for the CTET. If further told that total no. of Centre Superintendents, Centre Observers and representatives that were deployed to ensure the smooth conduct of the examination numbered to be 851, 1824 and 527 respectively. The CBSE further informed that the exam was conducted in a free and fair manner and no report regarding any untoward incident was reported.
CTET Result 2016 – Procedure to check
The result of CTET 2016 will only be released online and candidates will not be able to check it via any other medium. By following the below-given steps, the candidates who appeared in the CTET 2016 exam will be able to check their result.
- Click on the link which will be hosted here after the announcement of CTET Result 2016.
- Post clicking on the hosted link, the candidate will be re-directed to a CTET Result login page.
- Here, in this login page, the candidate has to enter the roll number and click on the button that says “Submit”.
- As soon as the candidate clicks on the submit button, the requested result of CTET 2016 for February month will be disclosed on the screen.
- The obtained result will show the marks secured by the candidates in each subject and overall.
CTET Result 2016 (February) – Check Here
CTET 2016 Application Form – Check Here
Details in CTET Result 2016
Below are the details which will be mentioned in the result of CTET 2016:
- Roll Number
- Father’s/Husband Name
- Subject Name
- Marks Obtained in Each Subject
- Overall CTET 2016 Score/Marks
Criteria for Awarding CTET 2016 Certificate
In accordance with the NCTE notification No. 76-4/2010/NCTE/Acad as dated on 11 February 2011, a candidate whose score is 60% or more than 60% in the Test of teacher eligibility then he or she shall be taken as a passing candidate. This means that the appearing candidate has to score at least 90 marks out of 150 marks in order to appear as a qualified candidate and such a candidate will be entitled to receive the CTET certificate.
Through this certificate, the candidate will enjoy first preferences in the recruitment process. However, such candidates must keep in mind that gaining this certificate will not ensure the right to any person for recruitment/employment as it only provides the holder an access for the appointment.
Further, it completely depends on the management authorities of the school governed either by local bodies, Government or Government unaided and aided in providing concessions to the person belonging to reserved categories such as SC/ST, OBC, differently abled persons, etc. Such a consideration depends on the extant reservation policy of the school.
Validity Period of CTET 2016 Certificate
The CTET 2016 Certificate gained after appearing successful in the CTET 2016 Result is valid for a time period of 07 years from the date of result announced for all categories.
Applicability of CTET 2016 Certificate
The Applicability of CTET certificate rests with all the school belonging to Central Government, i.e., NVS, KVS, Central Tibetan Schools etc. & schools that come under the administrative control of Union Territories of Chandigarh, Daman & Diu and Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Lakshadweep and NCT of Delhi. The applicability of the certificate also extends to various unaided private schools which also exercise the alternative of considering the CTET.
Further, those schools which are managed by the local bodies or State Government and aided schools consider TET that is conducted by the state government. Also, such schools take CTET into its consideration if the state government takes the decision of not conducting the State TET.
Previous year CTET Result analysis
CTET was first organised in 2011 and almost 8 lakhs candidates appeared for the exam. According to the CTET Result statistics, 9% of the appeared candidates were able to qualify the exam that year and since then, the Board hasn’t seen any significant improvement in the pass percentage. For the year 2012, less than 1% of the appeared candidates were able to qualify the exam for the test conducted in the month of November in the same year. Detailed analysis of CTET conducted in past few years is given below-
|CTET Exam month||Number of appeared candidates||Number of qualified candidates||Pass percentage|
|February 2015||6,77,554||80,187||11.95% for Paper I & 9.16% for Paper II|
About CTET 2016
On 21 February 2016, the CBSE conducted the 9th Edition of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). The exam is held to provide teaching eligible certificate, for class 1 to 8. The exam is divided into two parts. The Paper I is held to be eligible as a teacher in class 1 to 5, government and private schools. Whereas, the qualifiers of Paper II may apply for teacher post in class 6 to 8.
Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is conducted two times in a year, i.e., firstly in the month of the February and secondly in the month of September. For the year 2016, only the February exam has been held and now the result of it is being expected.
The candidates can get updates relating to the CTET Result, by visiting our online educational web portal regularly.