CBSE CTET September 2015 Results Cutoff Marks To Be Declared 30th Oct On ctet.nic.in; Answer Keys Released

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CBSE CTET September 2015 Results: The Central Board of Secondary Education has already released the answer key and OMR sheets of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test which took place on 20th September this year. Now, after this, the all the seven lakh candidates who appeared for the same are waiting eagerly for CTET results to be declared soon. (check: SSC CGL Tier 2 Answer Key 2015.)



The officials released the answer keys after a delay of about a month. The candidates who sit in the exam got disappointed for the unexpected delay in the CTET 2015 answer key. However, later on, CBSE published both – answer keys and OMT sheet images on 21st October for the exam held in September.

CBSE CTET September 2015 Results

The aspirants are anxiously waiting for the result to be declared at the earliest. Meanwhile, CBSE is maintaining its silence on the actual declaration date of the results.

If the rumored and buzzing reports in the media are to be believed then, the CTET 2015 Sept. results would be declared on or before 30th October. Without any credible source, the candidates are left in confusion. (also: Salman Khan rejected Mahesh Babu’s Srimanthudu remake.)

One student while talking to our reports told that last year, the result, and the answer key were declared quickly including the results. But, this year, they are delaying too much.

Speaking of the last year then, the examination took place on 21st September 2014, then the answer keys was released on 30th September, i.e., in just 10 days of the conducting the exams. And finally, the results on 8th October.

The candidates are left with no option other than to wait until CBSE declares the results or make any official statement over this topic. So, keep visiting for the latest news and updates regarding the same.

CBSE CTET September 2015 Results

Only the qualified candidates in CTET will be appointed as the teachers for classes ranging from 1st to 8th. CBSE conducts the examination at a twice in a single year.

The ministry of HRD, Government of India has given the responsibility for conducting various parts of CGL at the proper pace. Further, the validity period of CTET certificate quality marks  in seven years.

This year about 7.5 lakh candidates were there for the same thing. A total of 959 centers were selected across India and abroad.

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