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The CBSE CTET Result 2016 is likely to be delayed by few days. CBSE conducted the Central Teacher Eligibility Test on 21st February 2016. The result date was declared as 6th of April 2016 earlier. However the results are not yet declared and candidates can now expect anytime on the official websites during next week. So far, the exact date of declaration of CTET result 2016 is not shown on the official site of The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts the CTET exams twice in a year.

CTET exam refers to Central Teacher Eligibility Test conducted to evaluate teachers willing to get appointed as teachers in the schools affiliated to Central Board. CBSE schools are spread all over country and also out of India. All teachers are recruited in these schools on basis of their qualification at CTET exams. As per latest reports from CBSE, the result of CTET can be declared anytime now. Hence we share the below information on getting online CTET results.

Follow the below simple procedure to get your CTET results online:

1. Follow the official website of

2. Whenever the result is live on the website, the homepage will display an option for Result – CTET Feb. 2016.

3. Follow the option and proceed further.

4. You can now enter your admit card number or registration number.

5. Enter other details if asked like birth date or captcha code.

6. Click on Submit button to get your results.

Do keep a soft copy of a hard copy of the online results as no result will be sent by CBSE in this regard to the candidates. However, only the qualified candidates will be sent the CTET Eligibility Certificate.

CTET 2016 Cut Off

The cut-off or the qualifying marks for CTET 2016 are 60% or above. The qualification of students at CTET depends on the cut off marks for the same. However, the CBSE has also not released the answer keys for the same. Barring few districts of the Haryana state, the Central Teacher’s Eligibility Test was conducted all across the country as scheduled. In Haryana, the test was canceled due to the ongoing Jat reservation movement. Some reports also say that CBSE is reviewing to hold re-examinations in the districts of Haryana where the examination was canceled.

We suggest candidates waiting for CTET result to keep on checking the official website for the results, as there are no confirmed reports on the date of declaration of results.

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