Central Teacher Qualification Exam results Published today. In which Fewer masters Have received.
According to the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act, teachers of all types of schools must pass the Teacher Qualification Examination conducted by the Central and State Governments. Accordingly, in schools which follow the CBSE syllabus, including Kendriya Vidyalaya schools, one has to pass the Central Teacher Qualification Examination called ‘C-Dead’ to work as a teacher from class one to class eight. The examination is held annually in February and July. The examination is conducted by CBSE.
This exam consists of a total of 2 papers. Those who pass the first paper can work as an intermediate teacher and those who pass the second paper can work as a graduate teacher.
The ‘C-Dead’ exam scheduled for July last year was not held due to corona infection. The exam was held on January 31 this year in 135 major cities across the country. CBSE today released the results of the examination.
Of these, 4,14,798 qualified on the first paper and 2,39,501 on the second paper. Exam results can be found at https://ctet.nic.in/ and https://cbse.nic.in/
It is noteworthy that the first paper of the C-Ted exam was written by over 12 lakh and the second paper by over 11 lakh.