CBSE CTET December 2021 Result Declared: The Final Result has been released, know how to check results

CBSE CTET December 2021 Result Declared: The CBSE CTET December 2021 results has been declared today. For the information of the students, the 15th edition of CBSE CTET was held between December 16, 2021, to January 21, 2022 and was easily accessable on the official website of CBSE CTET i.e. Candidateas are advised to go the official website to check the results.

What CBSE has told after result decalration?

This year out of more than 27.73 lakh candidates only 6.65 lakh candidates has cleared the exam. The CBSE has released the official statement after the result declaration and said, “The mark sheets and qualifying certificates of the candidates will also be uploaded in Digi locker shortly. The candidates may download it by using their mobile number provided by them in their online application form of CTET December – 2021,”

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CBSE CTET December 2021 Result Declared: How To Check CTET Results 2021

To check the CBSE CTET December 2021 Result, follow these steps. With the help of these guide, you can easily get your results on your fingertips.

Steps 1. For the same, click on the official website of CBSE CTET at
Steps 2. When you reached on the homepage, click on link to check the CTET 2021 result
Steps 3. After that a new page will appear on your display screen
Steps 4. Enter your credentials and login details there
Steps 5. After that the CTET Results 2021 will be displayed on the screen
Steps 6. Finally you check and download it on your computer
Steps 7. For future use, Keep a hard copy of the same.

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