CBSE Declared CTET FEB. 2014 Result

The CTET-FEB 2014 Examination was conducted on 16.02.2014 (Sunday) throughout the country and abroad in which approx. 8.26 lakh candidates were registered for either Paper-I or/and Paper-II. The Board, as a step towards complete transparency, had displayed the images of the OMR Answer Sheets of all the candidates who had appeared in the CTET-FEB 2014 Examination on its website. There after the Answer Key of all the sets of Question Paper, were uploaded on the CTET website and representations were sought from the candidates upto 19.03.2014 for CBSE’s consideration, in case of any discrepancy relating to question/incorrect answer keys. The representations received by the stipulated date, were considered and final answer key and the result of CTET-FEB 2014 Examination has been declared today i.e. 21.03.2014 as per schedule announced earlier. The same is available Here

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2 Responses to CBSE Declared CTET FEB. 2014 Result

  1. teachmaters says:

    According to CBSE, Eligibility Certificate would be issued to those who got 60% Marks and Marks Certificate would be issued to those who got 55% Marks and considered for eligibility by the concerned Govt./Dept. to whom they apply.

  2. sanjay says:

    Dear sir/madam I want to know that
    in ctet exam feb.2014 I got 82 marks
    I am qualified or not
    I belong to obc cat.plz reply me urgent sir. sir reply on my email id.
    because in kvs prt exam2013
    82 marks wala form bhar sakta tha
    kya 82 marks wale candidate ko bhi marks sheet milegi ya nahi
    thanks sir

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