CBSE { CTET } Feb Results 2016, cbseresults.nic.In, CTET OMR Sheet Key 2016

CBSE { CTET } Feb Results 2016, cbseresults.nic.In, CTET OMR Sheet Key 2016:

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is to releasing before March-end 2016 the Scanned Image of the Subject-wise Optical Mark Recognition Based Answer Sheet / Answers Key / Optical Mark Recognition Based Response Sheet / Answers Key Code A,B,C,D / E,F,G, H; I,J,K, L; M,N,O, P;   P,Q,R,S Sets / W,X,Y,Z Series for Paper II & Paper I consisting of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), February 2016 Subject wise Papers.

CBSE CTET February OMR Sheet Ans Key 2016

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) , Optical Mark Recognition Based Answer Sheet and the Answers Key of the CTET Examination would be displayed on the Central Board of Secondary Education’s Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Official Website for which a Public Notice will be issued in all the leading newspapers. The Candidates might download the same in the given stipulated time.

Central Teacher Eligibility Test Level Subject Papers
Elementary Stage (VIth – VIIIth Standard) : Paper II Ø  Paper-2 Main Test Booklet

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Punjabi Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Assamese Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Bengali Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Garo language supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Gujarati Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Kannada Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Khasi Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Manipuri Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A PAPER II Parts IV & V (Marathi Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Mizo Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A PAPER II Parts IV & V (Nepali Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A PAPER II Parts IV & V (Odia Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Sanskrut Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Tamil Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Tibetan Language Supplement)

Ø  JBC-12A Paper II Parts IV & V (Urdu Language Supplement)

Primary Stage (Classes I – V): : Paper I Ø  PAPER-1 Main Test Booklet

Ø  Assamese Language Supplement

Ø  Bengali Language Supplement

Ø  Garo Language Supplement

Ø  Gujarati Language Supplement

Ø  Kannada Language Supplement

Ø  Khasi Language Supplement

Ø  Malayalam Language Supplement

Ø  Manipuri Language Supplement

Ø  Marathi Language Supplement

Ø  Mizo Language Supplement

Ø  Nepali Language Supplement

Ø  Odia Language Supplement

Ø  Punjabi Language Supplement

Ø  Sanskrit Language Supplement

Ø  Tamil Language Supplement

Ø  Telugu Language Supplement

Ø  Tibetan Language Supplement

Ø  Urdu Language Supplement

CTET Level CTET February, 2016 Subjects
Elementary Stage (VIth – VIIIth Standard) : Paper II Ø  Child Development & Pedagogy(compulsory)

Ø  Language I (Compulsory)

Ø  Language II (Compulsory)

Ø  Mathematics and Science

Ø  (For Mathematics & Science Teachers)

Ø  Social Studies / Social Science

Ø  (For Social Studies / Social Science Teachers)

Ø  *For any other Teacher- Either (IV) or (V)

Primary Stage (Classes I – V): : Paper I Ø  Child Development & Pedagogy

Ø  Language I (Compulsory)

Ø  Language II (Compulsory)

Ø  Mathematics

Ø  Environmental Studies

  • to declaring in all likelihood in the month April 2016, the CTET, February 2016 Results, followed by publication of the Final Answers Key of Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2016 conducted on the 21st of February 2016 (21.02.2106).

The Central Board of Secondary Education states in regards to Release and Issuance of the Optical Mark Recognition Based Answer Sheet / Answers Keys in the subsequent Paragraphs.  

CBSE CTET Results Feb 2016

Thereafter the Candidates might also seek a photocopy of their respective OMR Answer Sheet of the CTET by paying Fee of Rs. 500/- per Optical Mark Recognition, by way of Demand Draft in favor of the Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education drawn on any Nationalized Bank and payable in Delhi.

Weeding-Out-Rules:

The records of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test including the Optical Mark Recognition Based Answer Sheet shall be preserved up to Two (02) months from the Date of declaration of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, February 2016 Result in accordance with the Central Board of Secondary Education Examination Weeding Out Rules. Thereafter, it will be disposed of as per Weeding Out Rules.

The Central Board of Secondary Education conducted the CTET February 2016 consisting of Paper II & Paper I as follows:

Date Paper Level Subjects Maximum Marks Community-wise Minimum Qualifying Marks
21.02.2016 II Elementary Stage (VIth – VIIIth Standard) Child Development & Pedagogy(compulsory)

Language I (Compulsory)

Language II (Compulsory)

Mathematics and Science

(For Mathematics & Science Teachers)

Social Studies / Social Science

(For Social Studies / Social Science Teachers)

*For any other Teacher- Either (IV) or (V)

150 60% or Higher shall be considered CTET 2016 Passed / Qualified
I Primary Stage

(Classes I – V)

Child Development & Pedagogy

Language I (Compulsory)

Language II (Compulsory)

Mathematics

Environmental Studies

150

Applicability:

  1. The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) shall apply to the Schools of the Central Government [Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS), Central Tibetan Schools (CTS), etc.] and the Schools under the Administrative Control of the Union Territories (UTs) of Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli (DNH), Daman & Diu and Andaman & Nicobar Islands (DDANIs), Lakshadweep and the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCTD).
  2. The Central Teacher Eligibility Test may also apply to the Un-Aided Private Schools (UAPS), who may exercise the option of considering the CTET.
  3. The Schools owned and managed by the State Governments / Local Bodies and the Aided Schools shall consider the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) conducted by the State Government. However, a State Government might also consider the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, if it decides not to conduct the State Teacher Eligibility Test (STET).
  4. According to the Central Board of Secondary Education Affiliation Bye-Law 53, prescribing the Minimum Qualifications for the Teachers to teach various Subjects in Classes I to VIII in the Schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) stands amended to that extent and it shall be mandatory for the Teachers appointed hereinafter, i.e., the 6th of March 2012 (06.03.2012) to teach the Ist to VIIIth Classes in the Schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education shall have to qualify / pass the Central Teacher Eligibility Test or Teacher Eligibility Test (TET), conducted by the appropriate Central / State Government in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) for this purpose.

Bookmark www.edunewsportal.in for First Alerts on the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared Merit List, release of the Marks Statement, Mark-Sheets, Issuance of Certificates for the CTET, February 2016 Participants, Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), February 2016 Merit-listed Candidates Declaration for the candidates in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, Union Territories (UTs) for the Financial Year 2016 – 17:

Click here to check out the OMR Based Answers.

Click here to check out the Result of Central Teacher Eligibility Test, February 2016.

Official CTET Web Portal: www.ctet.nic.in

Wishing here the Best of Luck for the CTET, February 2016 Participants!

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