Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has uploaded optical mark recognition (OMR) sheets of candidates who had appeared for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) last month on its website to ensure transparency.
The website enables candidates to access their OMR sheets.
In case of discrepancies with respect to details filled in their sheets, they can email the board at email@example.com before 5pm on October 7.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has, however, made it clear that no re presentation will be entertained beyond this date.
Moreover, represent a - tions made offline will be rejected. Along with the OMR sheets, CBSE has also uploaded the details of language subjects and others (Mathematics and Science or Social Science) attempted by candidates in paper -1 and paper-2.
Chandigarh-based candidate Arpana Sood said it was a good move by the board as it would give a second opportunity to students to report discrepancies found in their OMR sheets.
The Central Teachers Eligibility Test was held on September 21 throughout the country and abroad.
Nearly 6.98 lakh candidates registered for either paper-1 or paper-2.