Candidates having attempted the CTET 2014 exam will be issued Marks Statement. However, only candidates scoring 60 per cent and above will receive the Eligibility Certificate. Schools can give concessions regarding percentage scored at their discretion, to persons belonging to special categories.
The CBSE provided CTET certificate is valid for a period of seven years but a candidate having qualified CTET may appear again to improve his/her score. Eligible candidates can retake the exam as often as desired; there is no restriction to number of attempts.
The CTET is used to qualify candidates to teach Classes I – VIII at Central Government Schools (also Union Territory Schools). CTET scores are also considered by Private Schools as well as State Government aided Schools.
Two papers are available under the CTET exam; Paper 1 qualifies you for teaching Classes I – V (Primary Stage) and Paper 2 qualifies you to teach Classes VI -VIII (Elementary Stage). Completing Both Papers is also an option, qualifying you to teach Classes I – VIII.