CTET 2024 Answer Key: CTET 2024 Answer Key Out: Raise objections by Feb 10; direct link here |

Feb 8, 2024



ctet 2024 answer key Outside: CBSE Released on Wednesday, February 7 Central Teacher Eligibility Test Answer Key 2024 on its official website cbseit.in. Candidates who appeared for the eligibility test held on January 21, 2024, will be able to check the answer key and raise challenges on the official portal. The last date to challenge is February 10, 2024, till 11:59 pm.
The release of the answer key gives CTET candidates the option to challenge the answer key on any errors found in the CTET answer key. They have to pay an amount of Rs 1,000 per question for each answer key challenge. Candidates should note that the fee once paid will not be refunded.
It is written in the notice, “Candidates can challenge the answer key from 07/02/2024 to 10/02/2024 (upto 11.59 PM) using the link available on the website https://ctet.nic.in/. Fee of Rs 1000 – per Question submission is required through credit/debit card. Fees once paid will not be refunded.''
How to do raise objections,
Here is a detailed step-by-step guide on how to raise objection for CTET 2024 answer key:
Step 1: Visit the official website ctet.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link given for answer key.
Step 3: Enter your roll number and date of birth.
Step 4: Find the link to submit challenges and click on it.
Step 5: Select the question you want to challenge.
Step 6: Use the 'Click to enter your answer' link.
Step 7: Choose the correct answer option.
Step 8: Click on the 'Update' link to finalize the challenge.
Step 9: Complete the challenge process.
Step 10: Pay objection fee of Rs 1,000 per CTET answer key.
Step 11: Submit the challenge and save the confirmation page for future reference.
Candidates can alternatively use the direct link to navigate to the answer key portal.
CTET January exam was held at more than 3,100 centers in 130 cities across the country. More than 26 lakh candidates appeared for the exam, and around 10 lakh students appeared in Paper 1 (for classes 1 to 5) and more than 17 lakh students appeared in Paper 2 (for classes 6 to 8).
The notice further states, “If the challenge is accepted by the Board i.e. if any mistake is noticed by the subject experts in the answer key, a policy decision will be notified and the fee will be refunded. Refund (if any) will be transferred online to the concerned Credit/Debit Card Account, hence candidates are advised to make the payment..”



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