CTET Result 2015 has been just announced for the exam conducted on September 20, 2015 by Central Board of Secondary Education. In the eighth edition of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for appointment of teachers for class 1 to 8, somewhere around 7.5 lakh candidates took the test across the nation. CTET mark sheet is expected to be dispatched on November 26, 2015. CTET 2015 result is available at ctet.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.
On October 21, 2015 CBSE displayed the OMR sheets of candidates who had appeared for Central Teacher Eligibility Test September 2015. Candidates willing to challenge any answer given in the official answer key issued by CBSE were supposed to do so till October 26, 2015.
CTET Exam is conducted twice a year once in the month of February and then in the month of September. So for the exam conducted in February the result was declared on April 1, 2015 after 4 pm. The Board as an initiative towards transparency displayed the answer keys for all the candidates. Thereafter candidates were asked to give representation till March 22, 2015 for Board’s consideration in case of any discrepancy. The final result was then declared on April 1, 2015 just after 9 days of the closing of the challenge.
For the CTET Exam conducted in September 21, 2014 it was widely believed that the results will be out on October 31 but it was rather declared on October 9, 2014. As per the data received, for Paper-1, a total of 2.06 lakh candidates appeared and only 24,629 qualified. For paper 2, a total of 4.59 lakh candidates appeared but only 12,843 qualified. It was much better than CTET February 2014, the qualification rates were 11.9% for Paper I and 2.8% for Paper II which continue to remain very low.
Highlights of the CTET February Results
CTET February examination was held in 96 cities at 988 examination centres. For Paper 1 which was conducted for Class 1 to 5, total number of candidates appeared were 2,97,522 whereas the total number of candidates who qualified were 37,153. So the pass percentage was 17.90 as compared to last year which was 11.95%.
For Paper 2 which was conducted for Class 1 to 5, total number of candidates appeared were 4,70,032 whereas the total number of candidates who qualified were around 43,034. So the pass percentage was 09.96 as compared to last year which was 2.80%.
Analysis of the Result on the whole
It was in the year 2011 that the Central Teacher Eligibility Test was conducted for the very first time. In that particular year, more than 7.5 lakh candidates appeared for the exam. However, around 9% were only able to qualify the test. Since then no significant improvement has been observed in the pass percentage of CTET candidates. In fact, less than 1% of the appeared candidates could qualify the test in November 2012.
The CTET score will be accepted in schools of the Central Government (KVS, NVS, Central Tibetan Schools, etc.) and schools under the administrative control of UT’s of Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Andaman & Nicobar Islands and NCT of Delhi.