|Exam Name||CTET December 2021|
|Exam Type||Computer Based Test|
|Answer Key Status||Released|
|Answer Key Date||1st February 2022|
|Result Date||9th March 2022|
CTET Result 2022
The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) twice every year. In December 2021, the 15th edition of CTET has been organized by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The 15th edition of CTET was conducted from 16th December 2021 in two phases. The candidates of this CTET exam will be able to check their answer key and result from the official web portal with the help of this article.
Related: CTET Notification
CBSE CTET Result Details
Name of Exam: Central Teacher Eligibility Test, 2021
Edition: 15th Edition of CTET
Name of Board: Central Board of Secondary Education
Date of Exam: 16th December 2021 to 13th January 2022.
Type of Exam: Computer Based Test
Status of Answer Key: Released.
Date of Answer Key Release: 1st February 2022.
Status of Result: Declared
Date of Result Declaration: 9th March 2022
How to Check CTET Result 2022?
Candidates who had submitted their online applications for CTET December 2021 and appeared in the examination held between 16th December 2021 to 13th January 2022 can check their Central Teacher Eligibility Test result from the official website. Also, candidates can follow these simple steps to get their results.
- Scroll down, check Important Link‘s section.
- Click on Check Your CTET Result link,
- A page will open in a new window, enter your roll number and click submit.
- After submitting, you will be able to see your result.
Important Links of CBSE CTET Result
|Check Your CTET Result||Click Here|
|Check CTET Answer Keys||Click Here|
|Answer Key Instructions||Click Here|
|Visit Official Website||Click Here|
CTET Result Statistics
In this section, we provided some statistics for the previous year of CBSE CTET. The data provided here have been collected from a number of informal sources and are presented here only for a projection purpose, not for any legal use.
|December 2021||Updated Later||Updated Later|