CBSE CTET January Result 2024 Announced: What's Next For Qualified And Non-Qualified Candidates


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the CTET January Result 2024 on February 15. The Central Teacher Eligibility Test, CTET January exam was conducted on January 21, 2024. The CTET January exam took place in over 3,100 centers across 130 cities nationwide. A total of 26 lakh candidates participated, with around 10 lakh students taking paper 1 (for classes 1 to 5) and over 17 lakh students sitting for paper 2 (for classes 6 to 8).

Qualifying Marks & Award of CTET Certificate

A person who scores 60% or more in the TET exam will be considered as CBSE TET pass.

(a) Schools run by different authorities like the government, local bodies, or privately funded ones, should think about providing benefits to individuals from SC/ST, OBC, and differently-abled communities, following the existing reservation guidelines.

(b) It's recommended that CTET scores be taken into consideration during hiring, but passing the CTET alone doesn't guarantee a job. It's just one of the requirements for being eligible for a position.

So, what happens next for both qualified and non-qualified candidates?

For qualified candidates

Get your CTET scorecard: Visit the official CTET website at ctet.nic.in and use your application ID and date of birth to download your scorecard. This paper proves you're qualified and you'll need it for future job applications.

Apply for teaching jobs: Now that you have your CTET qualification, you're eligible to apply for teaching positions in both government and private schools all over India. Check out online job platforms, school websites, and local newspapers for job openings.

Keep learning: Keep expanding your knowledge! Seek out workshops, courses, and training sessions relevant to your field to improve your skills and stay informed about the latest educational developments.

Connect with fellow teachers: Build relationships with other teachers and educators who also hold CTET qualifications. They can offer support, share valuable information, and provide mentorship as you progress in your career.

For non-qualified candidates

Review your scorecard: Take a close look at your results to understand what you're good at and where you need to improve.

Give it another shot: If teaching is still your goal, start planning for the next CTET exam. Use what you've learned from this experience to do better next time.

Explore different paths: Teaching isn't the only way to have a rewarding career in education. Look into roles like educational consultant, content writer, or instructional designer.

Keep your goals in mind: No matter what happens, stay focused on where you want to go in your career. There are plenty of opportunities in education, and this is just one part of your journey.

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