The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results of Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) – July 2019 on July 30 at New Delhi. The 12th edition of CTET was conducted on 7th July 2019 in 104 cities at 2942 centres all over country.
A total number of 114 city coordinators, 2942 centre superintendents, 4335 observers and 827 CBSE officials were deputed for smooth and fair conduct of examination.
According to an official statement, a total no of 2.9 million candidates were registered for this examination out of which 2.3 million candidates appeared in the examination.
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The results of this examination were declared in 23 days in which 3.52 lakh candidates were declared qualified. Out of them, 2.15 lakh from Paper -1 (Primary school) and 1.37 lakh from Paper-2 (Junior high school) have qualified. The results are available at CTET website and CBSE website.
The mark sheet of candidates, who appeared in CTET examination July 2019 will be available in the DigiLocker. The qualifying certificate will be uploaded in the DigiLocker and the qualified candidates will be provided their login details on their registered mobile number.
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