CBSE CTET Result 2015 September @; Check Cutoff Marks, Merit List

CBSE CTET September 2015 Result Cutoff Marks Merit List: The Central Teacher Eligibility Test was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education on Sept. 20 this year. It is for those who want to build their career in teaching field but only government schools. (check: Titli reviews.)

As the candidates have already participated in the written examination, those aspirants are eagerly waiting for the results to be declared as soon as possible. CBSE is to declare the same today, i.e., October 30 as per the official notification. So, scroll down and get to know your fate. Moreover, the eligible candidates will get to see their names in the merit list as well as the cutoff marks will be declared soon. However, it will be based on the number of empty posts / vacancies.

The cut off marks list for the examination will be released category wise. Meanwhile, the qualifying score for general people is 60%. Those candidates who scored more than 60% will receive their certificates for their eligibility. In the meantime, the expected cutoff list is given below. So, you can refer it.

CTET September 2015 Result

The Central Board of Secondary Education popular known as CBSE. The Union Government of India has given the board the responsibility for appointing eligible candidates as the teachers for classes from 1st to 8th in government schools. The Central Teacher Eligibility Test abbreviated as CTET comprises of 2 papers. (share: Karva Chauth wishes.)

Paper 1 is for who opts to become teachers for Class 1 to 5 while Paper 2 is conducted for aspirants of teachers for the classes 6 to 8. The notification of Nation Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) which released on 23rd August 2010 and 29th July 2011. It increased the cutoff percent to 60 and laid down the requirement of minimum qualification required to become a teacher for classes I to VIII.

The test for this year has already been conducted and aspirants are waiting for its outcome to be declared. CTET 2015 results will be declared soon. So, have a little more patience. If you haven’t checked your answers, then go and tally your answers with the official answer key released. The CBSE CTET result 2015 will be declared on the official websites and Below is the information required to check the results.

CTET September 2015 Result

Check CBSE CTET 2015 Expected Cut-Offs

Candidates who appeared in the TET examination conducted by CBSE this year in the month of September can go through the below mentioned expected cutoff list of marks. It should be noted that it’s not official. However, all the official details will be available soon on its web portal. The direct link is below.


Expected Cut off 2015

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Check the CBSE CTET 2015 Results:

This year approximately 7.5 lakh candidates appeared for the exam. Those who had written the examination are of course waiting for the CTET September 2015 Result. However, it will be released and published online soon. Their wait is going to be over in just a few more moments. They can check via going to the official website and the direct link provided below.

How to Check CTET Results 2015 September?

  • Head straight to or or click on the link below.
  • You will land on the homepage.
  • Look for CTET 2015 results.
  • You will be asked to enter roll number and other personal data.
  • Enter and click on Submit.
  • CTET results 2015 will appear on the next window.
  • Check and download / take a print out of the same for future reference.

Click Here: To Check Results click here.

CBSE CTET September 2015 Result

It will be released in no time. Till then, keep checking, visiting and sharing with fellow candidates and friends. You can bookmark this page by pressing CTRL+D on your PC.

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