CTET Result 2018: CBSE Announced result @ | Only 3 Lakh Qualified Out of 17 Lakh Candidates

CTET 2018: CBSE announced the Central Teachers Eligibility Test result for the year 2018 on the official website. Almost month after the written exam, CBSE has declared the CTET result for the year 2018. On the official website only, CBSE uploaded the CTET 2018 result and candidates can check the same their only.

Candidates appeared for the CBSE CTET exam on 9th December 2018 and the conducting body has declared the result as well. Within a few days only, CBSE has announced the result for CTET 2018 on the official website. Check out the process and other details regarding CTET result 2018 below.

CTET Results 2018: CBSE Announced Result for CTET

Central Teachers Eligibility Test result has been declared for the year 2018. Candidates who have appeared for the same can check the same on the official website only. CBSE announced the CTET result 2018 @ today itself. Almost 17 Lakh candidates were waiting for the CTET result for the year 2018 and the wait has been ended.

Aspirants who appeared for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test can check out their respective result for the year on the official website only. Firstly one has to visit the official website i.e and then click on the link stating CTET result 2018. After clicking the link, one will be redirected to the link of CBSE results and then one has to click the Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) 2018. Then candidates have to fill up the CTET roll number to check out their result for the year 2018.

Out of 17 Lakh Candidates, only 3 Lakh Candidates Qualified CTET 2018

A total of 17 Lakh students appeared for CTET 2018, but only 3 Lakh candidates got successful to clear the same. In the primary school category, only 1,78,273 candidates qualified for the CTET exam in the year 2018. Whereas in the Middle school category, only 1,26,968 candidates cleared the CTET exam held on 9th December 2018. Although as per CBSE, the passing percentage in primary school and middle school category is 17% and 15 % respectively.

Qualified candidates can now apply for the job in accordance with the CTET score for the year 2018. As per the Central Teachers Eligibility Test bulletin, the score will be valid till 7 years from the date of CTET result 2018. We wish all the best to the candidate, who have qualified the CTET exam 2018.


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