The exam was taken place on 8th of May. The candidates have to log in to the website of the board and to follow the instruction there to download the key. The candidates need to check the website frequently.
The test was earlier postponed due to the protest by the JATT communities in different areas and in cities like Ambala, Karnal, Pankchula, Kurukshetra and Gurgaon, the situation was not so stabilized that test could be carried on.
Till now, no official date is given by the board that when will the result be announced. After the release of the key solution of the paper, the candidates would know their numbers in the test. The board then will follow the formality to publish the result on its website.
Thousands of the applicants had tried their luck in the exam and now waiting for the result. They need to be relaxed as in coming days, you would have the solution.
The central board of secondary education is the education authority works under the central government and governs the educational affairs related to central government. The board affiliates the schools and maintains the standard of education up to date. Thousand of schools all over the country are affiliated with the board and follow the syllabus prepared by the central board.
Apart from regular education matters, the board also has the authority to conduct the joint entrance exams for the engineering universities and institution. Recently, in a review petition by the union government, the supreme court of India has given the authority to central board to conduct the NEET (national eligibility entrance test) for admission in medical institutions.
The CTET (central eligibility) test is necessary for the job in schools under the direct governing authority of central government. The candidates who will successfully qualify for test would get a chance to serve in central government school in NVS, KVS and central Tibetan schools.
The schools that came under the UT’s administration are also been in the category where these teachers would get the chance to serve in Chandigarh, Andaman and Nicobar islands etc.
Although it did not seem possible but if the teachers in all schools under central and state governments would be appointed on the basis this central test, this will have two fold benefits. One, the corrupt and illegal means will be minimized and second, with the central test, the quality in the faculty will be ensured. However, the political and social pressure cannot allow this to happen.