New Delhi: The Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2015 results have seen a significant improvement compared to past record. A record 13.53% of the candidates qualified the test as compared to previous results.
In two separate categories - primary and elementary - a total of 6.77 lakh candidates took the test conducted on February 18 across 988 examination centres in 96 cities in the country.
CTET certification has been made mandatory to become a teacher for classes I to VIII in any central government schools.
The CTET 2015 Results Data is as follows:
|Details||Paper - I (Primary Classes - I to V) ||Paper II (Elementary Classes VI-VIII)|
|Percentage (%)|| 17.90 (Last year 11.95 %)|| 09.16 (Last year 2.80%)|