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CBSE declares CTET result 2023, here's how to check

CTET exam is held to select candidates for appointment as teachers in Class 1 through Class 8 in Central Government Schools.
06:00 PM Mar 03, 2023 IST | APN Live
cbse declares ctet result 2023  here s how to check

The Central Board of Education (CBSE) on Friday announced the result of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) December 2023 session today, March 3, 2023. Candidates who appeared for the CTET exam can go check the result on the official website of CTEt at


Candidates are required to enter their roll numbers and passwords to access the CTET result. The national-level teacher recruitment exam will be valid for a lifetime beginning on the date of the announcement of the results.

CTET 2023: Here’s how to check the result?

The CTET, a national-level eligibility exam, is conducted twice a year by the CBSE. The exam is held to select candidates for appointment as teachers in Class 1 through Class 8 in Central Government Schools. Follow the steps to check the CTET result.


  • Head to the official website of the CTET at
  • Click on the CTET result 2023 link on the homepage.
  • Enter the required details such as registration number, date of birth to download the CTET result.
  • The CTET result will then be displayed on the screen.
  • Download the result and print it for future reference.

Passing marks required for CTET

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The CTET 2022 question paper had 150 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) of 150 marks. Candidates were awarded one mark for each correct answer, while there was no negative marking for the wrong answer.


  • General category candidates are required to secure 60 percent or 90 marks.
  • Reserved categories such as SC, ST, OBC, and PwD candidates required 55 percent or 82.5 marks.

The 16th edition of CTET took place between December 28 and February 7. CBSE also conducted a re-exam for students affected by technical glitches on scheduled exam days. The test was held in computer-based mode.

A total of 14,22,959 students appeared in CTET paper 1 in 2023, and 12,76,071 appeared in paper 2. Out of which, more than 5.7 lakh applicants qualified for Paper 1 and 3.7 lakh for Paper 2.

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