Passing Marks: Only candidates having scored minimum 60 per cent aggregate marks will be considered as having cleared the CTET examination although final recruitment is at the discretion of the respective schools. The hard copy of mark sheet and eligibility certificate will be sent to candidates after April 21, 2014, and duplicate copy can be procured on application.
Ahead of the results, CBSE released both image copies of the OMR answer sheets and answer keys for the ease of the aspirants and to ensure transparency in the examination procedure. Answer keys are available for both for Paper I for: Code I, Code J, Code K and Code L and for Paper II for: Code M, Code N, Code O and Code P.
The CBSE provided CTET certificate is valid for a period of seven years but a candidate having qualified CTET may appear again to improve his/her score. Eligible candidates can retake the exam as often as desired; there is no restriction to number of attempts.
Both exams under CTET 2014: Paper 1, the qualifying exam for teaching Classes I – V (Primary Stage) and Paper 2 the qualifying exam for teaching Classes VI -VIII (Elementary Stage) were held on February 16, in two shifts.
The CTET is used to qualify candidates to teach Classes I – VIII at Central Government Schools (also Union Territory Schools). CTET scores are also considered by Private Schools as well as State Government aided Schools. Two papers are available under the CTET exam; Paper 1 qualifies you for teaching Classes I – V (Primary Stage) and Paper 2 qualifies you to teach Classes VI -VIII (Elementary Stage). Completing Both Papers is also an option, qualifying you to teach Classes I – VIII.