Answer Key for Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2021 released by CBSE
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the preliminary answer key for the CTET January 2021 at its official website: ctet.nic.in. The scanned images of OMR answer sheet of the candidates and answer keys will be available on the website till February 21, 2021.
CBSE conducted Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) exam on January 31. Candidates have been given a chance to raise objections against the CTET answer key released by the board. Candidates can raise objections till February 21, 5 pm. A fee of Rs.1000/- per question will be required to be submitted through credit/debit card.. If the challenge is accepted by the Board, a policy decision will be notified and the fee shall be refunded.
Steps to raise objections On CTET Answer Key 2021
- Step 1: Visit ctet.nic.in
- Step 2: Click on the answer key link at bottom of the page
- Step 3: Log-in using credentials
- Step 4: Answer key will be available, download
- Step 5: Read answer key, if found error raise an objection
- Step 6: Go to dashboard, go to raise an objection
- Step 7: Click on the question or questions you fine erroneous
- Step 8: Upload documents pay fee and submit
A total of 22, 97,062 candidates appeared for the teacher eligibility test this year. To qualify, candidates need to score 60 per cent marks. Those candidates who would qualify the exam will become eligible to get appointed as a teacher in Classes 1st to 8th.