B.Ed is the essential qualification if you want to enter in the teaching line. Hence your initiative by choosing this course shows that you have already moved in the right direction.
Now, in order to qualify the CTET test, you should fulfil the following parameters -
1) In the graduation, your minimum aggregate mark must not be less than 45 percent.
2) You should have already attained the age of 17.
3) if you have any reservation quota, indicate the same in your application form of the said examination to avail of such concession.
Since, your aggregate is more than 50 percent and hence there is no question of your disqualification for the said examination.
CTET consists of two papers namely paper 1 and paper 2. Qualifying the paper 1 would make you eligible to teach the aspirants studying between class 1 and class 5 and paper 2 is for those interested to take up teaching for the students beyond class 5.
Since, you are a graduate, you are eligible to appear for both the papers and upon your declaration of the result, you have to indicate either of the options.
You may be offered the teaching assignment in some private school despite the fact you don't possess B.Ed qualification at present. They may offer you lesser emoluments in your case but the other advantage would be to acquire experience in your teaching line.
If you are thinking for the future prospects, while studying in a private school, you may take up M.A after completion of B.Ed.
in case, you obtain at least 55 percent marks in M.A, you will be eligible to appear for NET test. Clearing this test, your chances for the Lecturership in a constituent college would apply.