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CTET Exam 2014

Central Board of Secondary Education conducts the exam CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) for the purpose of granting eligibility to the aspirants to apply for the primary as well as the elementary level in government affiliated or private schools. The next notification of the CTET Exam has yet to disclose by the CBSE but the likely or prospective dates and other related information of CTET Exam 2014 is provided here:

Prospective Dates of CTET Exam 2014:

1. a. Commencing of Registration Process through CBSE website: 11 October,2013

Closing Date for Registration Process through CBSE website: 31 October,2013

b. Deadline to receive Application Page at CBSE counter: 07 November,2013

c. online facility to know Status of Application 18 December,2013

2.  Corrections made in case any discrepancy arises in the Form 20December,2013 to 03 January,2014

3. Sharing of Hall Ticket: 09January,2014   
4. Exam Date:

Paper-1: 2PM- 4:30PM

Paper-2:09.30AM to 12 Noon    
Sharing of Results:21 March,2014

Issue of Score Card :21 April,2014 onwards

Educational Background for CTET-2014:

For Sixth -Eighth Class:

Bachelors with Elementary Education Diploma (Two yrs Duration), appearing in the diploma course can also apply. 

Bachelor degree (min.50%) with B.Ed /B.Ed Special Education (one year duration) degree holding or appearing candidate can apply.

Class XII (min 50%) plus B.El.Ed degree (four yrs duration) holding or appearing persons are eligible.

Class XII (min 50%) plus B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed (four yrs duration) possessing or appearing persons may apply.

For First -Fifth Class:

Class 12th (min 50%) Passed plus Elementary Education Diploma (Two yrs Duration), appearing in the diploma course can also apply.  

Class 12th (min 50%) Passed plus B.El.Ed degree.

Class 12th (min 50%) Passed plus B.Ed /B.Ed Special Education degree.

Bachelor’s degree with Elementary Education Diploma (2 yrs Duration).

Paper Structure/Scheme:

Paper First (1-5 Class)

There will be 5 sections namely Mathematics, Child Development and Pedagogy, Language, Environmental studies and Language 2. The time duration is 2:30hrs. Maximum marks are 150 for the 150 questions, equal distribution of marks i.e. 30 to each section.

Paper Second (6-8 Class)
Language 2, Language 1 and Child Development and Pedagogy are the compulsory sections comprising total marks 90 for 90 questions while from the other two sections namely Mathematics & Science and Social Science, candidate can opt any one section to attempt. The section covers the 60 marks.

Examination Fee: Updated Shortly

Applying Process:

Applicants can log on to the CTET official website and can apply online. Payment of fee can be completed through paying cash in Syndicate Bank or using the Internet mode that is Debit or Credit Card. For more details about the applying procedure, check the official website.

Syllabus for the Papers:

Child Pedagogy and Development:

Formulating appropriate questions for assessing readiness levels of learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, for enhancing learning, Development Concept and relationship between them, Socialization processes, progressive education of concepts, Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence, Addressing disadvantaged & deprived learners ,importance as social construct/Individual differences among learners, understand children learning & thinking process, Basic processes of teaching and learning, understanding children’s ‘errors’, Addressing the Talented, Creative, Specially able Learners etc.

Mathematics (Pedagogical Issues plus Application)

Community Mathematics, Diagnostic and Remedial Teaching, Problems of Teaching, formal & informal methods evaluation, Error analysis, Mathematics Place in Curriculum, Mathematics Language, Mathematics Nature and the numerical questions related to the mathematics. 

Language 2 & Language 1:
Language Skills, Principles of language teaching, Learning & acquisition, listening role and speaking, grammar Critical aspect, evaluating language comprehension, grammar, verbal ability etc.

Environmental Studies:
Learning Principles, EVS Importance, Concept and scope, approaches to present concepts, Experimentation, questions in relation to the Environmental Studies basics etc.

Official website: www.ctet.nic.in

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