CTET Result 2019 (July): Know CBSE Scorecard & Certificate in your DigiLocker Account

CTET Result 2019 (July): Check your CTET scorecard & certificate on your DigiLocker account. Know the complete process here. The CBSE conducted the CTET 2019 exam on 7 July.

CBSE CTET Result 2019 ( Following the declaration of the CTET result 2019 (July) in a record time of 23 days, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has again proved its proficiency by making the CTET results available on the DigiLocker platform. Candidates can check their result on the official websites such as or; however, to see their CTET mark sheets or scorecards and the CTET Certificate, candidates need to login their respective DigiLocker Account.

Note: DigiLocker is a cloud-based platform of the Central Government that is used for online issuance and verification of documents & certificates.

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With the DigiLocker facility, it will be easier for the candidates to access their CTET documents online anytime and anywhere. Moreover, if required, candidates can share their documents digitally for verification through their DigiLocker Account. The CTET Scorecard or mark sheet and eligibility certificates will be digitally signed by the CBSE and will be legally valid for candidates. These digital mark sheets and certificates will have an encrypted QR Code for the security purpose.

How to check CTET Mark sheet or Certificate on DigiLocker?

The CBSE has partnered with the DigiLocker to provide digital mark sheets and certificates of the year 2019 for the ease of students. Here is the process to check scorecard and certificate on your DigiLocker account:

Step 1: As soon as the CTET Result 2019 was declared, the CBSE sent the DigiLocker username to all the candidates through SMS on their registered mobile number. Candidates need to login to the DigiLocker account using the username and password. For first time users, their account password will be their mother’s first name in lower case followed by the last four digits of their roll number.

Step 2: After logging in, go to “Issued Documents”. In this section, candidates will get to see their CTET mark sheets, CTET certificates, and other CTET documents.

Ste Step 3: View your CTET Mark sheets, scorecard and certificate by clicking on “View Document” as shown below:

Candidates, who did not receive the SMS containing their username from the CBSE or who longer use the mobile number registered with the CBSE, can still access their certificates and mark sheets on DigiLocker simply by signing up.

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