TET in a full form as Teacher Eligibility Test is conducting by both Central government and State governments in India for teachers. This test is must be necessary for getting jobs in teacher in government schools from Class I to Class VIII, Class IX to Class X, moreover in high schools in some states.

As per NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) the appropriate Government should conduct a TET at least once every year. The Validity Period of TET qualifying certificate for appointment will be decided by the appropriate Government subject to a maximum of seven years for all categories (i,e, Gen./SC/ST/OBC etc.).

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State Level Test – TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) 2016

Most states conducts their own TET i.e. in Andhra Pradehs its AP TET, in Telangana its TS TET, in Assam its Assam TET, in Bihar its BE TET, in Chandigarh its CG TET, in Delhi its DTET, in Goa its GO TET, in Gujarat its GTET, in Haryana its HTET, in HP (Himachal Pradesh) its HP TET, in Jammu Kashmir its JK TET, in Karnataka its KAR TET, in Kerala its K-TET, in Madhya Pradesh its MP TET, in Manipur its BSEM TET, in Meghalaya it ML TET, in Mizoram its M-TET, in nagaland its NTET, in Odisha its OTET, in Punjab its PS TET, in Rajasthan its RTET, in Sikkim its STET, in Tamilnadu its TNTET, in Tripura its Tripura TET, in UP (Uttar Pradesh) its UP TET, in Uttarakhand its UTET, in Arunachal Pradesh its Arunachal Pradeh TET, in Maharashtra its MAHA TET, in Jharkhand its JTET, in West Bengal its WBTET that’s all. and all these are State Level TET Exam.

CTET – Central Teacher Eligibility Test

An another TET Exam which is conduct by Central Board of Secondary Education Delhi known as Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). This test will held for the purpose of recruitment of all KVS and Central Government sponsored school teacher.

Qualifying Marks for TET

Contenders who scores sixty percent or more in the TET exam will be considered as TET pass. School managements (Government, local bodies, government aided and unaided) may consider giving concessions to persons belonging to SC /ST / OBC / differently abled persons, etc., in accordance with their extant reservation policy moreover should give weightage to the TET scores in the recruitment process.

Note:- Qualifying the TET would not talk a right on any person for recruitment and/or employment as it is only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment as teacher.

How Many Times Candidates can Appear in TET Exam

There will be no condition on the number of attempts a person can take for achieve a TET Certificate. A person who has qualified TET may also seat again for improving his/her score.

Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) Exam Pattern / Syllabus 2016

This test will held in two papers i.e. Paper I & paper II. Paper I is held for Class I – Class V (Primary Level) & Paper II is held for Class VI – Class VIII (Upper Primary Level).  Appropriate Contenders who intends to be a teacher either for classes I – V or for classes VI – VIII will have to appear in both papers (Paper I and Paper II).  Some School conduct Paper III exam or Category III is for the purpose of recruitment as teacher in Secondary School.

Here we are describe the exam pattern of the TET, which is given below –

  • All questions will be MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions),
  • Particular questions carrying one mark,
  • There will four alternatives out of which one answer will be right.
  • There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.
  • Total Time duration is about 90 minutes for each paper.
  • Total Questions : 150 (for each paper).

Paper I

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Child Development and Pedagogy Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory)
Language I Language I (compulsory)
Language II Language II (compulsory)
Mathematics Mathematics and Science (for Mathematics and Science teacher)
Environmental Studies Social Studies/Social Science (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher)

Teacher Eligibility Test Exam Certificate 2016

  • The appropriate Government conducting the Test shall award a TET Certificate to all successful candidates.
  • The certificate should contain the name and address of the candidate, Date of Birth (DOB), Registration No. year/month of award of Certificate, marks obtained in each Paper, class level of its validity (Class I – V, class VI – VIII or both), and, in case of classes VI to VIII, the subject area (Science and Mathematics, Social Studies, etc.). The certificate may be electronically generated with adequate security features. Appropriate may consider utilizing the services of specialized agencies for issuing de-materialized (demat) TET certificates as a security feature to avoid any kind of malpractice.

TET Exam Model Question Paper – tetexaminformation.com

In this section you will find the sample paper on subject wise pdf. All questions will be short type with four alternatives. This Model paper will help you to understand the primary knowledge of question type.

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Model Question Paper

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01. Child Development and Pedagogy (Paper-I) pdf download
02. Language-II (Paper-I) pdf download
03. Mathematics (Paper-I) pdf download
04. Environmental Studies (Paper-I) pdf download
05. Child Development and Pedagogy(Paper-II) pdf download
06. Language-II (Paper-II) pdf download
07. Mathematics (Paper-II) pdf download
Candidates are advised to keep in touch on website (www.tetexaminformation.com) to know the changes, of Model Papers, if any..

Child Development and Pedagogy Model Question Paper          Download Here

TET Old Papers (All Language)

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Assamese Language Click HereCheckMark-red

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Bengali language

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Garo Language

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Gujarati Language

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Kannada Language

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Khasi Language

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Malayalam Language

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Manipuri Language

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Marathi Language

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Mizo Language

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Nepali Language

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Odia Language

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Punjabi Language

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Sanskrit Language

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Tamil Language

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Telugu Language

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National Council For Teacher Education (NCTE).

Official Website :www.ncte-india.org.

Important: All the information in this page (i.e. syllabus, eligibility etc.) has been set by NCTE. Please note that all the information in this page may not be properly completed. Please follow the official / board website for cleared information.

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