2021 CTET Result: Today is the 10th Day of Waiting for the Result, CTET Candidates Share Funny Memes,

CTET Result 2021: In the past 10 days, the anger of the candidates who have been waiting for the CTET result is increasing. Candidates tweeted their angry post on social media and tagged CBSE and the Ministry of Education with the hashtag #ctetresult #ctetresult2022 #CTET. Let us tell you that CBSE had given the tentative date of the CTET result on February 15, but it has not yet been announced. Some candidates share by making funny memes about the delay in the result.

Some candidates shared a scene from the CID series, writing: ‘Hi, find out why this CTET result is so delayed?’ While sharing a scene from the movie Hera Pheri, a candidate named Tiara wrote, “He should have come by now (CTET result).”

Read funny memes here

Some candidates say that if the result was delayed for so long, why the computer-based online survey was conducted? Candidates say they are continuously searching for the result for the past two to three days, thus losing a lot of time. CBSE must issue a notice and indicate the time of the result

The CTET exam is conducted twice a year by CBSE. Candidates who pass this exam can apply for appointment to the post of teachers in Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya and army schools across the country. After the result is uploaded, CETT candidates can check their scores at ctet.nic.in. Successful candidates in CTET Paper-1 are eligible for 1st grade through 5th grade teacher recruitment. While successful candidates in Paper-2 are eligible for teacher recruitment for grades 6th to 8th.

Know the rule of CTET minimum grades
In order to pass the CTET exam (CTET Result 2021-2022), each candidate must achieve the minimum qualification marks. The students of the general category must achieve a minimum of 60 percent for the exam. At the same time, this minimum score for the students of Other Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, and Scheduled Tribes is 55 percent.

What was the close of CTET last year?
In the January 2021 session, General was 87/150, SC 80/150, ST 80/150, OBC 85/150. While the December 2019 session was 87/150, SC 80/150, ST 80/150, 85/150 for OBC.

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