CBSE CTET 2023 Result Expected on September 24: How to Check

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is gearing up to announce the results of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), 2023. Although there’s no official confirmation, it’s anticipated that the results will be published on the official website,, by the end of September.

The CTET 2023 examination took place on August 20, with two shifts, and on September 15, CBSE released the provisional answer key and response sheets for the candidates. CBSE even offered individual scans of OMR answer sheets to the candidates who appeared for the CTET 2023.

For a non-refundable fee of Rs 1,000 per question, CBSE allowed applicants to raise objections to the provisional answer key until 11.59 pm on September 18. The final answer key and results will be made public after CBSE addresses all the objections raised concerning the answer key.

It’s important to note that the CTET 2023 scorecard will have a lifelong validity. Many CBSE schools rely on the CTET scores to select teachers.

How to Download CBSE CTET Result 2023 PDF

  1. Visit the official CBSE CTET website at
  2. On the homepage, locate the CTET 2023 result link and click on it
  3. Enter your login credentials
  4. The CTET 2023 results will be displayed on your screen
  5. Download and print a copy of the CTET 2023 result page for future reference

To pass the CTET 2023, candidates in the general category must score a minimum of 60 per cent or 90 out of 150 marks. The minimum passing score is 55 per cent, with a 5 per cent relaxation for SC, ST, and OBC category candidates. Those who clear both CTET Papers 1 and 2 are eligible to apply for teaching positions in Classes 1 to 5 and Classes 6 to 8, respectively.

The 17th CTET was conducted across 3,121 examination centers in 136 Indian cities. This year, CBSE received over 29 lakh applications for the CTET, and an impressive 80 per cent of the applicants appeared for the exam. A total of 15,01,719 applicants registered for Paper 1 (for classes 1 to 5), while 14,02,184 registered for Paper 2 (for classes 6 to 8).

Stay tuned for the official announcement, and best of luck to all CTET 2023 candidates!


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