CTET February 2016 Result ctet.nic.in; The Central Board of Secondary Education is going to declare the result of Central Teachers Eligibility Test, which successfully conducted in the month of February earlier this year. CTET is one of the competitive exams which filters the eligible and aspiring teachers candidates. (check: Assam SEBA HSLC 10th Results 2016.)
CTET is organized two times every year by CBSE. It takes place once in February and once in September or October. It is a biannual exam. It took place on 21st February. Since then, the candidates are waiting for the CTET Result 2016 to be declared at the earliest.
CTET February 2016 Result
The CTET examination takes place across the nation at numerous exam centers. All the aspiring candidates to become teachers are looking forward to CTET 2016 Results. The result of CTET means very much to the candidates as they will become eligible to apply for any state board recognized school to teach students.
CBSE releases the notification every year for the aspirants regarding the application forms, admit cards, results, interviews, and other such things. This year over 8 lakh students appeared in the CTET 2016 examination for the various posts.
All those aspiring and eligible candidates who appeared in the exam will soon receive the results. They will get to know did they performed in the exam, and if they got qualified, they would be eligible for the posts of teachers in government schools.
As the results are out, the candidates will have to visit the official website to check for their outcomes. There only they will get to know about their performances. After opening the site, they will need to find the link stating results. Click on it and then enter the asked details. Then, it will show the result on the screen in front of you.
The official authority at CBSE said that the result declaration date might get postponed if things don’t work out as per the schedule. When the result is out, the applicants should be ready to face slow loading of the site due to the heavy traffic. The officials have asked the candidates to keep patience.
The Central Teachers Eligibility Test is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education twice a year. It is a qualification test to find out who among the tons of applicants are ready to teach students. The examination consists of two papers – the first one is for class 1 to 5 while the second is for class 6 to 8.
This test is a must to qualify for anybody who wants to teach at a school affiliated to the CBSE board.