CBSE has published the results for CTET exam held in January 2012. The result is available on the official website for CBSE Results. You would need you roll number to search the result.
It is a shame that around 94% teachers failed in the second edition of the CTET held on January 29, 2012. This figure is much higher than the 86% teachers who failed in the first CTET held last year in June.
The response to CTET has been tremendous, with more than 10.5 lakh teachers applying for the exam this time. However, only 9 lakh candidates appeared for the test. Out of these only 55,422 teachers could score the minimum 60% required to pass the test. Many of them did not know about the CTET pattern and Syllabus for the CTET exam.
You must pass the test for getting a teaching job in schools affiliated to CBSE. The result can be downloaded from the following link:
With this, CBSE has become the first agency to carry out a pilot project on National Academy Depository, NAD. The database would facilitate online verification of academic awards issued by the CBSE thereby removing attempts made to use fake/forged academic certificates.
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