CBSE CTET September 2016 exam Results Declared

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The results for Common Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) September examination 2016 has been released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today.

Candidates can check the results and download it from CBSE official website. Follow the given steps below to download the results:

  • Visit the official website
  • Scroll down till the bottom page and you click on Result of CTET - SEP 2016 link 
  • Click on the link and a new window will open. 
  • Enter your roll number as it is on your admit card
  • Fill the details and click Submit
  • Results will also be available on
  • Download the result and save it to your computer for future reference.
Follow the given steps to view CBSE CTET results

A notification issued today on the official website of the CBSE CTET also read that, the marksheets of all the candidates who have appeared for the CBSE CTET exam and certificate of those candidates who have qualified will released soon.

The exam was conducted in 851 centres in India, and in 91 cities overseas. 851 centre superintendents, 1,824 centre observers, and 527 CBSE representatives took part in the supervision of the exam.

The pass percentage for paper I is 13.80 and for paper II is 11.12. Although lakhs of them had applied for the exam, quite a number did not appear for it, and only a few thousands of them have managed to clear the exam.

CTET tests eligibility of candidates to join as teachers in Central Government run schools such as Kendriya Vidyalays, Navodaya Vidyalas, Central Tibetan Schools, among others. The job gives the employees all the benefits of a government servant. However even private unaided schools also have the option of recruiting teachers through the CTET.

What is CBSE-CTET?

It stands for Central Board of Secondary Education - Common Teacher Eligibility Test. It is an examination conducted for teachers, to recruit them for government and private schools. The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) to the Central Board of Secondary Education Delhi.

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