CTET 2022 Exam Malpractice Report Goes Viral, Explains CBSE

Last updated time: 11 Mar 2023 10:26 IST

CTET 2022 was conducted from 28th December to 7th February (Representative Image)

CTET 2022 results released on March 3. The fake report said malpractices were confirmed in the exam, CBSE said

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has rejected the notification of irregularities in the December 2022 Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). The board clarified that the result has been announced through a tweet. CTET 2022 results released on March 3. The fake report claims that cheating has been confirmed in CTET 2022.

CTET 2022 was conducted from December 28 to February 7 in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. Preliminary answer key released on 14th February. Last date to appeal CTET 2022 answer key if any was 17th February. After going through the objections raised by the candidates, the final answer key and results were declared in March. 3. Candidates can check and download their score cards from the official website ctet.nic.in.

“Public may note that the CTET result has been declared by the board on 3.3.23,” CBSE tweeted.

According to media reports, a total of 5,79,844 candidates have qualified for the CTET Paper 1 exam, while 3,76,025 students have qualified for Paper 2. Also, 17,04,282 students applied for paper 1 and 15,39,464 students were registered. For Paper 2. But 14,22,959 candidates appeared in Paper 1 and 12,76,071 attempted Paper 2.

The board had earlier announced that the mark sheets and qualification certificates of the candidates would be uploaded on DigiLocker. Candidates can download the mark sheets through their registered mobile phones.

CTET is a national level exam which is conducted twice a year by the board. Through this examination, the board certifies the eligibility of candidates to teach in CBSE affiliated schools. Testing is conducted for the appointment of teachers of grades 1-8 in central public schools. The exam includes two papers, Paper I, which confirms eligibility to teach in grades 1 to 5, and Paper II, for grades 6 to 8. Candidates have the option to apply for one or both of the jobs.

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