CTET Official Answer Key 2021 for Paper 1 & 2 likely to be released anytime today

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) shall release the official Answer key CTET Paper 1 & 2 today. After the release, the candidates will be eligible to check/download the Answer key and raise their objections/challenges before the closing date.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Feb 16, 2021 16:33 IST
CTET Official Answer Key 2021 for Paper 1 & 2 likely to be released anytime today
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CTET Official Answer Key 2021 shall be released for Paper 1 and 2 within the next 2-3 days at its official website.  According to the media sources, the official Answer Key of CTET has been delayed and is expected to be released today. Along with the publication of the Answer key, an intimation regarding the challenges/objections against the preliminary key will be made available on the website.

Earlier, the CTET 2021 exam was held on January 31, 2021. The Central Board of Secondary Education was to be released on Tuesday which later delayed due to administrative reasons. According to a press release, the answer key of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) November-2020 would be released by February 15.

CTET 2021 Answer Key Updates:

Note- The publication of the CTET 2021 paper 1 and 2 answer key has been delayed. As soon the Central Board of Secondary Education releases the official key, the intimation will be made available here.

As soon as the answer key gets released, the Central Board will allow candidates to check/download the key for booklet code A, B, C & D from the website www.ctet.nic.in. As a reference to the candidates, a direct link to CTET 2021 Answer key will be provided. Candidates can check or download the official Answer key availability at the website i.e https://ctet.nic.in, after its availability.

The CTET exam was held on 31st January (Sunday) in two shifts. The exam was conducted in 135 cities across the country. CTET for Paper 1 (Class I-V) exam was held from 9:30 AM to 12.00 Noon in the first sitting. As many as 150 questions were asked from the candidates in a time duration of 2 hours and 30 Minutes. In the second sitting, CBSE organized the CTET Paper 2 (Class VI-VIII) from 02.00 pm to 04.30 pm at designated centres.

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