CTET re­sults de­clared

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CHANDIGARH: The for the Cen­tral Teacher El­i­gi­bil­ity Test (CTET) were de­clared on Fri­day.

Nearly six lakh can­di­dates from across the In­dia and around 20,000 can­di­dates ap­peared for the exam, out of which only 6 per cent have cleared the exam that was held on Novem­ber 18, 2012.

The Cen­tral Board of Sec­ondary Ed­u­ca­tion (CBSE) con­ducts the test twice a year. One of the ma­jor prob­lems that can­di­dates faced dur­ing the exam time was time man­age­ment. Can­di­dates also com­plained that the time they got for the test was in­ad­e­quate.

The CTET is con­ducted for re­cruit­ing teach­ers for Cen­tral government schools in­clud­ing Ken­driya Vidyalayas, Navo­daya Vidyalas, Ti­betan schools and schools run by the UT ad­min­is­tra­tion and An­daman and Ni­co­bar Is­land.

The test also en­ables a can­di­date to get re­cruited to un­aided pri­vate schools that con­sider CTET as hir­ing cri­te­ria.

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