CTET Answer Key 2019 (July) Paper 1 & Paper 2 released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on its official website ctet.nic.in along with the CTET OMR Answer Sheets 2019. Candidates can access and download the CTET Answer Key only till 26 July (Friday). Objections can be raised to the CTET Answer Key 2019, if candidates find it faulty or incorrect. To raise objection, candidates need to pay a fee of Rs 1000 per question. The CBSE CTET Asnwer Key can be challenged only till 26 July (11:59 PM). The direct download link of CTET Answer Key is mentioned here.
Check CTET OMR Answer Sheets & CTET Answer Keys here:
The CTET 2019 exam was conducted by the CBSE on 7 July 2019. Candidates, who appeared for the CTET July 2019 exam, may have got the rough idea about the number of questions attempted right and wrong in the exam through the unofficial CTET Answer Key released by jagranjosh.com. However, unofficial answer key is not the ultimate assessment medium. Candidates are advised to keep a tab on the official website ctet.nic.in for the official CTET Answer Key 2019 of July exam. The answer key is released ahead of the declaration of CTET Result and lets the candidate know about his or her performance in the examination.
How to check CTET Answer Key 2019?
Here is the step-wise process to check the CTET Answer Key 2019 online:
Step 1: Visit ctet.nic.in
Step 2: Click on Download CTET Answer Key 2019
Step 3: PDF Download CTET Answer Key
Step 4: Take a print out of answer key for further purpose
Check the unofficial CTET Answer Key 2019 here:
How to raise objections to CTET Answer Key?
Candidates, who feel that the CTET 2019 (July) Answer Key is not correct or appropriate, can raise objections to it or challenge it online. Soon after the release of the CTET answer key, candidates will be allowed to raise objections to it on the official website – ctet.nic.in. For this purpose, candidates will be required to fill a form by paying a certain fee and submit relevant documents to prove the objection.
Fee charged for challenging CTET Answer Key
Candidates can challenge CTET answer key 2019 through the link mentioned on the official website of the exam. Candidates, who challenge the CTET Answer Key, need to pay a fee of Rs 1000 per question through Credit or Debit card. The fee paid for challenging the CTET Answer Key is non-refundable.
Note: The final decision on the Answer Key challenge remains with the CBSE.
The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is a national level entrance examination conducted by the CBSE to certify skilled teachers. The CTET is a certifying exam for Primary and Upper Primary level teachers. The CBSE has been entrusted by the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development to conduct the CTET exam twice every year. Qualifying a CTET is must for every teacher to fetch a job in central schools like KVS or NVS.