CTET Result 2015 | CTET September 2015 Results | CTET Sept Result by CBSE | CBSE CTET Result 2015 at cbseresults.nic.in: CTET teacher eligibility test is a benchmark for teaching classes 1st to 7th. Apart from clearing the examination the candidate must obtain the minimum qualifying marks i.e. CTET Cutoff.
The CTET result 2015 for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test which was held on September 20, 2015 by the CBSE board can be checked at the official website. After issuing the answer key for the examination the board will release the CTET result.
The facility of checking the answer key and result online at the official website is provided to the registered candidates only.
CTET Result 2015
The cutoff marks was finalized by CBE which is 60% of the total marks so candidate need to score 90 marks at least out of 150 marks to qualify the CTET examination 2015.
The CTET result 2015 published by the CBSE board will be valid for seven years from the date of declaration. Many of the schools will be giving concessions on the basis of the CTET result to specific categories as per their policies as directed by the management of the school.
For the year 2014, the result of CTET was declared after two months of the examination so this year also the result will be published by same time also and the result will be declared online only at the official website.
How to check the CTET 2015 results by Name online
The candidate can check their CTET name wise results 2015 by visiting the official website and by entering the Login credentials such as roll number issued by the board t the time of from fill up.
The main purpose of the board to publish the CTET result online is that the result should be accessible by every candidate from its home only and it is very easy and efficient way of declaring the result.
All we need is a computer with an internet connection to check the CBSE – CTET result 2015 at the official website i.e. www.ctet.nic.in. Those candidates who have checked their CTET result 2015 must know about the selection chances.
Those candidates who have scored 60% of the total marks or more are qualified. The relaxation of 5% marks is given to the reserved category candidates belonging to (SC / ST / OBC / Differently able categories ).