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CBSE CTET Results 2016 – Check CBSE CTET September Exam Expected Cut off Marks

CBSE CTET Results 2016 – Check CBSE CTET September Exam Expected Cut off Marks, CBSE CTET September Result 2016, CBSE CTET Exam Cut off marks, CBSE CTET Exam Results, CBSE CTET Score Card

CBSE CTET Results 2016

CTET is an eligibility Test for those candidates who are planning to enhance their career in the teaching line. All the aspirants who want to be recruited on the post of Primary and Upper Primary Teachers are required to clear Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). CTET Examination is applied for the recruitment of the teachers of Schools of Central Government and schools under administrative control of UT’s. And it may be applied on the other private schools, who may exercise the options. Aspirants appeared in the CTET Examination Can check the CBSE CTET Results 2016.

Central board of Secondary Education is responsible to conduct the Examination of CTET. It conducts the CTET Examination Twice in a year. This Year the CBSE Board conducted the Examination of CTET in the month of February and going to conduct in the month of September.

CTET Result September 2016

CBSE is going to conduct the CTET on 18th September 2016, as per the notification issued. CBSE Organize the papers in two shifts, Paper-I is from 9:30 to 12:00 and paper-II is from 2:00 to 4:30. The candidates who want to clear the examination are required to achieve the minimum 60% marks in CTET Examination to get selected. The selection Authority prepares the CTET Cut off marks  as the candidates are more and the sheets are limited for the teachers post. It is prepared on the basis of maximum marks obtained by the candidates. The CTET cut-off is different for different categories, i.e. General, ST, SC and OBC. The Candidate who has achieved the minimum cut off marks will be selected, or able to clear the Examination of CTET. The Candidates are advised to check their answers with the cut off list to get their marks that have been scored by them.

CBSE CTET 2016 Expected cut off marks

Many Numbers of Candidates apply for the CTET Examination every year. The CTET Cut off for the September 2016 Examination will be issued by the board when the Result will be declared. The Candidates will be required to get minimum cut off marks to crack the examination and get selection. The Cut off marks for the September Examination has not declared yet, here we are providing you the CTET September Expected cut off marks on the basis of the previous Cut offs

Category CTET Cut off marks CTET (Expected)
General 80-90
OBC 78-85
SC 73-80
ST 70-80

The Candidates can also refer the previous year’s cut off to set a benchmark for their Examination preparation, as it is helpful to set a standard or a guideline to score in the exam. Here we are providing you the Cut off of previous two years for guidance.

CTET Previous Years Cut off marks

Category Cut off marks CTET 2014 Cut off marks CTET 2015
General 80 87
OBC 78 85
SC 72 80
ST 72 80

Steps to Check CBSE CTET Results 2016

  • Visit the official website of CBSE CTET.
  • Go the Results Section.
  • Provide all required details such as application id.
  • Check your CBSE CTET Exam Result 2016.
  • Print CBSE CTET Score card 2016  for Future References.

The candidates can also visit the official website of the CTET, i.e. and CBSE website

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