The Central Board of Secondary Teachers (CBSE) has today released the answer for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). Candidates can check the website of ctet.nic.in to see the possibility of central teacher eligibility test. Objection can be lodged by 25 December. It will be available on Answer’s website till 25 December. Answer can be downloaded through roll number and date of birth.
Let us tell you that CTET exam was conducted on 8 December. The questions of English and Mathematics in CTET exam have given a lot of trouble to the candidates. Let us tell you that along with the answer key for the CTET examination, the board OMR sheet has also been released.
The test was conducted in 110 cities of the country in 20 languages. CBSE conducts CTET examination twice every year. The first examination is held in the month of July and the second in the month of December. The main objective of the CTET exam is to recruit quality and skilled teachers in the government schools.
The examination was conducted at 2,144 centers. Successful candidates participating in CTET Paper-1 will be considered eligible for teacher recruitment for classes 1 to 5. Whereas successful candidates appearing in Paper-2 will be considered eligible for teacher recruitment for classes 6th to 8th.