Expected to be released sometime in 2021. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will soon release the results of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 15th edition of examinations. official website ctet
According to a notification released on .nic.in, the CTET results were to be released by February 15. But till now the board has not released the result. Due to this there are speculations that this year the normalization process may be implemented in CTET 2021, regarding which an official notice was already issued.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in an official notice issued on 14 December 2021 had informed that CBSE is also ready for the normalization process in CTET 2021 exam. CBSE in its notice wrote that to ensure fairness, if different sets of question papers have different difficulty levels, the normalization process may also be followed. Click here to read full notice.
CTET Normalization Process (CTET Normalization Process 2021)
The CTET exam was conducted in online mode in multiple shifts. According to the shift many question papers were made. The main objective of normalization is to analyze the average difficulty level taking into account all the question papers of different sets. Suppose the average marks of the first shift was 50. The average marks in the second shift was 80. Now, the difference between the two will be 30 (80-50). If we add the difference to the average number of the first shift, it will be 80 (50+30). That is, the average marks of both the shifts will be same. This will be the normalized score. The normalized score for Shift 2 and Shift 3 will be worked out by the same method. Click here to know the answers to the important questions related to CTET.
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