Check CTET Syllabus and Pattern along with Question Papers from below –
The Central Teachers’ Eligibility Test is held by CBSE every year to shortlist the candidates who wish to be a part of Noble Profession of teaching. Millions of people apply for this test every year.
The test is held for two levels – Level 1 is for the those who wish to teach classes from 1st to 5th and Level 2 for those who are willing for 6th to 8th. The exam is a bit of difficult. Therefore there is the need to good preparation. And before that there is the need to have access to the CTET Syllabus and Pattern along with the Sample Papers.
CTET Pattern –
For both the Levels there shall be the 150 Mark Papers. The Paper is further divided in to 90 and 60 Marks. The 90 Mark portion consisted of Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics and Environment Studies.
Check Detailed CTET Syllabus from below –
Child Development and Pedagogy will consist of 30 Questions with 15 Questions from the Child Development, 5 Questions from Concept of Inclusive Education and understanding children with special needs, 10 Questions from learning and Pedagogy
Language 1 shall contain 30 Questions out of which 15 Questions shall be from Language Comprehension, 15 Questions from Pedagogy of Language Development
Language 2 Shall also carry 30 Questions with 15 Questions from Comprehension, 15 Questions from Pedagogy of Language Development
Mathematics shall cover 30 Questions as well. The 15 Questions Contents are –
Geometry, Numbers, Shapes and Spatial Understanding, Addition and Subtraction, Measurement, Weight, Time, Date Handling, Volume, Money ( Refer to NCERT 10th Mathematics Book )
15 Questions from Math Pedagogical Issues
CTET Environmental Studies shall also consist 30 Questions.
15 Questions shall be from Family and Friends, Water, Food, Shelter, Travel etc.
15 Questions from Pedagogical Issues
CTET Paper 2 Syllabus
Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1 and Language 2 shall follow the same pattern as CTET Paper 1. Part 4 shall carry Maths and Science with 60 Questions ( 30 Marks each for Maths and Science). Part 5 is for the Arts Candidates. The Subjects are Social Studies and Social Science. Total Questions 60 with 40 from History, Geography, Social and Political Life and 20 Questions from Pedagogical Issues.
The candidates are advised to refer to NCERT Books from 6th to 10th classes to cover the whole syllabus.