CTET August 2023 Answer Key Releases, Last Date To Raise Objections Is Sept. 18
It is important to note that a non-refundable fee of Rs 1,000 per question must be paid in order to submit objections against the provided answers
The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for the year 2023 has recently published its answer keys. The CTET is administered by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and along with the answer keys, they have also made available scanned images of the OMR answer sheets submitted by the candidates.
This year's CTET 2023 examination took place on August 20 and candidates can access the answer key on the official website of CTET.
Candidates who participated in the CTET 2023 examination have the opportunity to raise objections concerning the answer keys until September 18 (11:59 pm).
However, it's important to note that a non-refundable fee of Rs 1,000 per question must be paid in order to submit objections against the provided answers.
Following the consideration of these grievances against the answer key, the board will then announce the results for the August 2023 CTET examination. Additionally, the CTET 2023 exam marks and eligibility certificates will be digitally uploaded on DigiLocker.
The CTET 2023 exam was structured into two papers: paper 1, which is intended for candidates aspiring to teach students from Class 1 to 5 and paper 2, which is designed for those aspiring to teach students from Class 6 to 8.
Out of the total 29,03,903 candidates who registered for the CTET July 2023 exam, a significant number, with 15,01,719 candidates, registered for paper 1, while 14,02,184 candidates opted for paper 2. This extensive examination was conducted across 3,121 test centres spread across 136 cities throughout the country and approximately 80 per cent of the candidates who registered appeared for the examination.
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