CTET 2021 Exam Cutoff | CTET Cutoff 2021 | Check Minimum Qualifying & Passing Marks

CTET 2021 Exam Cutoff: Know the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Minimum Qualifying Marks, Cutoff & Passing Marks Categorywise. The exam is being held first time in online mode from 16th Dec 2021 to 13th Jan 2022. 

CTET 2021 Exam Cutoff : 

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2021 Test for assessing the eligibility of preceptors for primary and upper primary classes, i.e., from Classes 1 to 8 in Central Government Seminaries similar as NVS/ KVS and other Seminaries, etc. CTET is an eligibility test only. Qualifying in the CTET would not confer a right on any person for Reclamation/ Employment as it's only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment. 

CTET 2021 Minimum Qualifying Marks :

A person who scores 60 or further in the TET test will be considered as TET pass or TET Good. Thecategory-wise Minimal Qualifying marks are as follows 

Category

Minimum Qualifying Percentage

Passing Marks

General

60%

90 Out Of 150

OBC/SC/ST

55%

82.50 Out Of  150

 CTET Arrestment 2021 Parameters 

 CTET Cut-off will be decided depending upon colorful factors which are 

-Number of candidates appeared in the CTET Exam

- Minimum qualifying marks for CTET Exam

- Number of Registered Candidates for CTET Exam

- Difficulty level of Paper-1 & Paper-2


CTET Year

Candidates Appeared

Qualified

Pass Percentage

January 2021 Paper 1

12,47,217

4,14,798

33.25%

January 2021 Paper 2

11,04,454

2,39,501

21.68%

December 2019 Paper 1

14,13,390

2,47,386

17.50%

December 2019 Paper 2

9,91,755

2,94,899

29.73%

July 2019 Paper 1

13,59,478

2,14,658

15.78%

July 2019 Paper 2

10,17,553

1,37,172

13.48%

December 2018 Paper 1

10,73,545

1,78,273

16.60%

December 2018 Paper 2

8,78,425

1,26,968

14.45%

September 2016  Paper 1

1,93,005

26,638

13.8%

September 2016 Paper 2

3,86,085

42,928

11.12%

September 2015

6,55,660

1,14,580

17.48%

February 2015

6,77,554

80,187

11.95 %

February 2014

7,50,000

13,425

1.7%

July 2013

7,76,000

77,000

9.96%

November 2012

7,95,000

4,850

0.61%

January 2012

9,00,000

55,422

6.1%

June 2011

7,60,000

97,919

9%

There will be two papers in CTET 2021 Test. Paper-1 will be for Primary Position (for Classes 1st to 5th) and Paper-2 will be for Elementary Level (for Classes 6th to 8th). CBSE will declare the CTET 2021 Test Results by 15th February 2022 (Tentatively) at its sanctioned website-ctet.nic.in. Campaigners good in the CTET test are awarded an Eligibility Certificate. CTET Certificate is now valid for a continuance. Weightage will be given to the CTET scores in the reclamation process still, qualifying the CTET would not confer a right on any person for reclamation/ employment as it's only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment.