Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Answer Key 2019 for all the sets viz. P, Q, R, S, W, X, Y, Z, will be released soon by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). As per the past trends, it is likely that the CBSE might release the CTET answer keys this week by July 28 on its official website i.e. ctet.nic.in.
CTET Answer Key 2019
The CTET 2019 exam was conducted by the CBSE on 7 July 2019. As per CBSE, around 14 lakh candidates out of 20,84,147 registered candidates took the exam. Candidates who score 60 percent or more in the CTET 2019 exam will be considered as passed. The CTET cut-offs have been increasing year after year and it might be possible that this year too there would be an increase in the CTET cutoff.
However, CBSE will release the CTET 2019 cut-off after the declaration of the result.
Steps to check CBSE CTET answer key 2019:
- Visit the official website.
- On the homepage, click on ‘Download CTET 2019 Answer Key’ link.
- Answer key in the pdf format will appear on the screen
- Download the pdf and take a print out for further reference.
Candidates, who feel that the CTET 2019 (July) Answer Key is not correct or appropriate, can raise objections. Soon after the release of the CTET answer key, candidates will be allowed to raise objections to it within 2-3 days online on the official website i.e. ctet.nic.in. For this purpose, candidates will be required to fill a form by paying a certain fee and submit relevant documents to prove the objection. Any request sent other than by the official online medium would be rejected.
CTET Answer Key Dates 2019
Candidates can go through important dates related to answer key released by CBSE for CTET exam.
|CTET Exam 2019||July 7, 2019|
|Start Date to Check CTET 2019 Answer Key||July 24, 2019*|
|Last date to Check CTET 2019 Answer Key||July 26, 2019|
|Last Date to Raise Objection/ Challenge CTET Answer Keys||July 26, 2019|
How to raise objections to CTET Answer Key?
Candidates, who feel that the CTET 2019 (July) Answer Key is not correct or appropriate, can raise objections to it or challenge it online. Soon after the release of the CTET answer key, candidates will be allowed to raise objections to it on the official website – ctet.nic.in. For this purpose, candidates will be required to fill a form by paying a certain fee and submit relevant documents to prove the objection.
As per the official notice, the result would be released within 6 weeks of the examination. Candidates are hence advised to keep a check on the official website ctet.nic.in for latest updates regarding the examination.
CTET Answer Key 2019 Challenge
Candidates can challenge CTET answer key 2019 through the link mentioned above. Aspirants who challenge the answer key need to pay a fee of Rs 1000 per question. This fee needs to be paid by candidates through credit card or debit card before July 26. Candidates are informed that the fee paid towards CTET answer key challenge is non-refundable.
CTET OMR Sheet 2019
The OMR sheet for CTET 2019 is released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). To download Central Teacher Eligibility Test OMR Sheet aspirants need to provide their CTET roll number and date of birth. Aspirants need to pay Rs 500 as fee to receive a photocopy of their CTET OMR Sheet. Candidates can pay this fee by means of Demand Draft drawn in favour of Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education from any nationalised bank such that it is payable at New Delhi.
CTET or Central Teacher Eligibility Test is conducted by CBSE as a certifying examination. As per the RTE Act, TET qualification is mandatory for getting a teaching job in a school for primary and secondary teaching posts. CTET qualification is mandatory for recruitment in central schools, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country as well as Delhi Government schools.