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23 Dec 2015

GO 36 - STRUCTURE AND CONTENT OF TET

structure and content of TET (www.naabadi.org)

The structure and content of the TET is given in the following paragraphs. All questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying One Mark, with Four alternatives out of which One Answer will be correct. There will be no Negative Marking.

There will be Two Papers of the TET, Paper-I will be for a person who intends to be a teacher for Classes 1st to 5th Paper-II will be for a person who intends to be a teacher for Classes 6th to 8th. A person who intends to be a Teacher either for Classes 1st to 5th or for Classes 6th to 8th shall have to appear in both Papers (Paper I and Paper II) (if eligible).

(a) Paper- I : No. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) – 150
Duration of Examination: 2 hours and 30 minutes:

Structure and Content (All Compulsory)
(i) Child Development and Pedagogy     30 MCQs     30 Marks
(ii) Language I                                     30 MCQs     30 Marks
(iii) Language II (English)                     30 MCQs      30 Marks
(iv) Mathematics                                  30 MCQs      30 Marks
(v) Environmental Studies                     30 MCQs      30 Marks
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TOTAL                                              150 MCQs      150 Marks
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Note(1): The test items on Child Development & Pedagogy will focus on Educational Psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the
primary level.

Note(2): How to choose language – I of TS-TET Paper-I: The following languages are offered under First Language in the Schools under the State Syllabus viz., Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Gujarathi. A Candidate has to choose one of these 8 Languages under Language-I of TET, those candidates should have compulsorily studied that Language either as medium of study or as First Language at least up to Class X. The candidates who studied CBSE/ ICSE curriculum can choose the Language which they studied up to Class X.

Note(3): The Language-II shall be English for all the candidates.

Note(4): The syllabi for Mathematics & Environmental Studies are designed on the basis of topics of Classes I to V. The difficulty standard as well as linkages of content/topics could be up to Secondary Stage (up to Class X) for testing. The test items in Mathematics and Environmental Studies will contain Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) not only on Content but also on Pedagogy. In Mathematics, 24 MCQs will be on Content and 6 MCQs on Pedagogy. Similarly, in Environmental Studies 24 MCQs will be on Content and 6 MCQs on Pedagogy.

Note(5): The syllabi for Language I & II shall be based on Proficiency in the Language, Elements of Language, Communication and Comprehension abilities (standard up to Class Xth level).

Note(6): In 30 MCQs under Language I & II, each shall include 6 questions on Pedagogy of a Language.

Note(7): The detailed syllabus for all subjects shall be designed by the SCERT and the same shall be issued along with Notification.


(b) Paper II : No. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)– 150:
                 Duration of Examination: 2 hours and 30 minutes
           Structure and Content
(i) Child Development and Pedagogy      30 MCQs      30 Marks
(ii) Language I                                      30 MCQs      30 Marks
(iii) Language II (English)                      30 MCQs       30 Marks
(iv)
(a) For Mathematics and Science teachers:
      Mathematics and Science.               60 MCQs        60 marks
(b) For Social Studies Teacher :
      Social Studies -                               60 MCQs        60 marks
(c) For any other Teacher – either iv (a) or iv (b)
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       TOTAL                                       150 MCQs        150 Marks
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Note:(1) The test items on Child Development & Pedagogy will focus on Educational Psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the Elementary level.

Note:(2) How to choose Language – I of TS-TET Paper-II: The following Languages are offered under First Language in Secondary schools under the State Syllabus viz., Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Sanskrit. A Candidate (other than Language Pandit candidate) has to choose one of these 7 Languages under Language I of TET, those candidates should have compulsorily studied that Language either as medium of study or First Language at least up to Class-X. The candidates who studied CBSE/ ICSE curriculum can choose the Language which they studied up to Class X. Language Pandit candidates have to choose the Language of their study in Pandit Training concerned under Language-I of TET Paper-II.

Note(3): The Language-II shall be English for all the candidates.
Note(4): For Paper II Mathematics & Science, questions will be as follows:-
       (i) Mathematics    -     30 MCQs   (Content 24; Pedagogy 06)
       (ii) Science           -     30 MCQs   (Content 24; Pedagogy 06)
a) Content - Physical Science - 12 MCQs
b) Content - Biological Science - 12 MCQs
c) Science Pedagogy – 06 MCQs.

 Note(5):For Paper II Social Studies, the syllabus will cover the sectors namely, History, Geography, Civics and Economics. Out of 60 marks, 48 will be on Content and the remaining 12 on Pedagogy.

Note(6): For Paper II, the syllabi for TET of Mathematics, Sciences & Social Studies are based on topics of Classes VI to VIII. The difficulty standard of questions as well as their linkages could be up to Senior Secondary Level (12th class).

Note(7): The syllabi for Language I & II shall be based on proficiency in the Language, Elements of Language, Communication and Comprehension abilities (standard up to Senior Secondary Level (12th Class).
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