CTET Answer Key 2021
|cbse ctet answer key 2021|
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the answer sheet for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test. Candidates can download the answer by visiting the CBSE CTET website. The OMR sheet has also been released along with the answer
key.Candidates can download the answer id password. Apart from this, a link has also been activated to register objection on the website of CTET, which is available till 5 pm on 21 February. The CTET result can be released in March. If a candidate is not satisfied with the answer key, he can lodge an objection. Objection can be lodged between 19 February and 21 February.
CBSE CTET Answer Key 2021
CBSE has released the answer key for CTET. Candidates can check the answer key by going to ctet.nic.in. If a candidate has objections regarding the answer to a question, he can get it lodged by 5 pm on 21 February. Each objection has to be paid at the rate of Rs 1000 per question. If the objection turns out to be correct, the amount will be returned to the candidate. The CTET examination was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 31 January 2021.
CBSE has said that if a candidate wants to file an objection, then he has to pay the objections fee by debit or credit card
Candidates will have to pay some amount to register an objection. Last year, a fee of Rs 1000 was charged for every question. The final answer will be released only after the answer to the objections of the answer. The result will be released in March.
In order to pass this exam, students of general category, then it is necessary to bring at least 60 percent marks i.e. 90 marks out of 150. At the same time, candidates of OBC, SC and ST category are required to get 55 per cent i.e. 82 marks out of 150.
The candidates who bring the passing marks in CTET 2021 will be given CTET score card and CTEThi certificate. Let us tell you that CTET examination was supposed to be held in July 2020, but due to Kovid being postponed, now the examination has been conducted on 31 January 2021.
In the first session, candidates had joined to become teachers from one to fifth. At the same time paper was taken in the second session from VI to VIII. According to CBSE, CTET exam was conducted in 135 cities.