The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is a mandatory requirement for applicants seeking teaching positions in schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and other participating boards. The Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) conducts recruitment exams for various teaching positions in schools under the Government of Delhi. While CTET certification is essential for DSSSB eligibility, the role of CTET marks in the DSSSB selection process remains a subject of debate.
To be eligible for DSSSB teaching positions, candidates must possess a valid CTET certificate. The CTET certificate is valid for a lifetime, and candidates need not qualify for CTET again if they have already obtained a certificate. However, the DSSSB may specify certain CTET pass percentages or validity periods for specific recruitment exams.
Impact of CTET Marks
CTET marks do not directly impact the DSSSB selection process. The DSSSB exam itself is the primary determinant for selecting candidates for teaching positions. CTET serves as an eligibility criterion, ensuring that all candidates have a minimum level of teaching competency.
However, CTET marks can indirectly influence the DSSSB selection process. Candidates with higher CTET marks may be perceived as more prepared and competent teachers, potentially giving them an edge in the selection process. Additionally, CTET scores may be considered in certain situations, such as when there is a tie between two candidates.
While CTET marks do not directly determine DSSSB selection, they can indirectly influence the process. Candidates aiming for DSSSB teaching positions should focus on preparing well for both the CTET and DSSSB exams to maximize their chances of success.