According to the latest announcement, Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) February 2014 results will be out today at 6.30 PM
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi had conducted the CTET Feb 2014 session on 16th February.
More than 8 lakh candidates had appeared for the CTET examination in February 2014.
CTET Feb 2014 was conducted for appointment of teachers for classes 1 to 8.
CBSE had already published the answer keys of CTET February 2014 entrance examinations.
Candidates have to visit the official website to see the answer keys.
According to the CBSE CTET officials, the candidates who secure 60% and above marks in the CTET February 2014 examination would receive the eligibility certificate from the CBSE.
Schools can give concessions regarding the percentage scored at their discretion, to persons belonging to special categories.
The CTET certificate provided by CBSE is valid for seven years. If any of the candidates are not satisfied with the marks, he may appear again for the test to improve his / her score.
Eligible candidates can retake the exam as often as desired; there is no restriction for the number of attempts.