CTET Passing Marks 2021 : Central Board of Secondary Education conducts Teacher Eligibility Test every year, so this year also the application for it has been started from September 20, so candidates have till October 20 to apply. In such a situation, candidates are advised to visit the official website – https://ctet.nic.in/ and apply online as soon as possible.
Apart from this, today we will tell you through this article that what is the minimum marks you will need to be successful in CTET exam.
The exam of CTET will be conducted on 13th December 2021, and the exam will run till 16th January 2022, this exam will be held in two shifts. The primary level examination will be held in the first shift from 9:30 to 12 noon and the junior level examination in the second shift from 2.30 to 5 pm.
CTET Cutoff – Qualifying Marks
Candidates belonging to general category need to score at least 90 marks (60 percentile) in CTET exam to qualify it. On the other hand, reserved category students need to score minimum 85 marks (55 percentile) to qualify CTET exam. The maximum marks candidates can get in the exam is 150. You can understand it better with the help of below information –
- CTET Passing Marks for General Category : Candidates have to secure 90 marks out of 150 to qualify the exam.
- SC/ST CTET Passing Marks for OBC : Candidates have to obtain 85 marks out of 150 to qualify the exam.
- CTET Passing Marks for OBC : To qualify CTET Candidates will have to obtain 85 marks out of 150.
Validity of CTET
The validity of CTET is now valid for life, earlier the validity of CTET was only 7 years, but now it has been amended to make it valid for life.
Some important questions
CTET Cutoff is released after the result is declared.
CTET cutoff is the minimum marks that candidates must score to qualify the exam .
Candidates belonging to general category need to obtain minimum 90 marks and reserved categories candidates need to obtain 85 marks.
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