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CTET 2018 : The Complete Info

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CTET 2018 : The Complete Info

CTET 2018 Exam is being conducted for the recruitment of candidates for the teaching profile in the whole country. Notification will be issued shortly by CTET 2018 Central Board of Secondary Education. Candidates in the CTET or Central Teacher Eligibility Exam get the opportunity to join the central government schools such as NVS / KVS / Tibetan Vidyalaya etc. Candidate selection through CTT examination in states not conducting test examination.

See full information about the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2018 Exam

The notification is expected to be issued in the month of CTET 2018 March 2018. Every statement about the CTET 2018 examination will be available in the official notification issued by CBSE. Candidates will be aware of CTET 2018 exam dates, CTET curriculum, CTET Eligibility Criteria etc., through CTET 2018 official notification. Candidates are requested to keep up to date about seat 2018 so that they visit this site continuously.

CTET 2018 goes online, expected major changes

According to the recent report, CBSE - CTET's operating institute has decided to conduct an examination in online mode. Until last year, the examination was conducted in traditional pen-paper mode. In addition to changes in conduct situation, CTET exam pattern and selection criteria are expected to change. However, no official information has been issued to deliver the message to the changes.

CTET 2018 Exam Dates

CBE has not been able to issue official information for CTET 2018 yet to inform temporary or exact exam dates for the CTEE 2018 exam. Candidates will be notified with CTET 2018 exam dates after the official notification is issued.

vents Dates
CTET 2018 Online Application Starts Form March 2018
Last Date to Apply Online for CTET 2018 March 2018

Note: The dates mentioned in accordance with the dates and updates mentioned are temporary. No official dates have been issued by CBSE for CTEE 2018 exam

CTET 2018 Exam Pattern

CTET 2018 will be organized in two phases:

  • Papers come and
  • Paper II

Paper I is organized for candidates who wish to become teachers from Class I to V and Paper II, who wish to become a teacher for classes VI to VIII. Candidates have the option to apply for both Paper 1 and Paper II. The question questions asked in both Paper I and Paper II are multiple choice questions. Paper is bilingual, i.e. both in English and Hindi To be eligible for the Seat 2018 exam, one candidate has to score a minimum of 60%. One major thing is that after the CBSE declares the result, the CTET score is valid for 7 years.

CTET Paper I Exam Pattern

Subject Number of Questions Total Marks
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Total 150 150

Take a look at the detailed test pattern for CTET 2018:

CTET Paper II Exam Pattern

Subject Number of Questions Total Marks
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Social Science/Mathematics & Science 60 60
Total 150 150

CTET 2018 application fee

Candidates can apply for CTET 2018 exam by logging in to CTET's official website. Either the candidate of General or OBC category has to pay Rs. 600 / - (if applying for Paper I or Paper II) and Rs. 1000 / - (if both are applying for paper) the same amount will be reduced to Rs. 300 / - (if applying for Paper I or Paper II) and Rs. 500 / - for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes category (if application for both papers)

CTET 2018 syllabus

The CTET 2018 syllabus is really huge. It focuses primarily on the concept of education in child development and education science and schools. To clear the CTET 2018 exam, one part of the language should be a master. In addition to mathematics, science / environmental science is also the main category, for which the candidate needs to focus on the CTET 2018 exam.

Paper 1 (for Class 1-5)

I. Child Development and Teaching: 30 Questions

  • A) Child Development (Primary School Child): 15 questions
  • The concept of development and its relationship with learning
  • Principles of Child Development
  • Influence of heredity and environment
  • Socialization process: Social world and children (teachers, parents, companions)
  • Piaget, Kohlberg and Wigowski: Construction and Significant Approaches
  • Concepts of Child-centric and Progressive Education
  • Important perspective on intelligence generation
  • Multi-dimensional Intelligence
  • Language and thought
  • gender as a social construct; Gender roles, gender bias, and academic practice
  • Understanding differences on learners based on the differences of personal differences, language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.
  • Distinguish between assessment and assessment for learning; School-based assessments, continuous and comprehensive evaluation: perspective and practice
  • Prepare appropriate questions to evaluate readiness levels of learners; To assess the achievement of learning in the classroom and developing critical thinking and learning

B) Concept of inclusive education and children with special needs: 5 questions

  • Addressing learners with a diverse background including disadvantaged and disadvantaged
  • Addressing children's needs with learning difficulties, 'loss' etc.
  • Addressing talented, creative, especially competent learners

C) Learning and Teaching: 10 questions

  • How children think and learn; How children and students 'fail' to achieve success in school performance
  • Basic processes of teaching and learning; Learning strategies of children; Learning as a social activity; Social References to Learning
  • Children as a problem solver and a 'scientific investigator'
  • Alternative concepts of learning in children, understanding children's "errors" as important steps in the learning process.
  • Cognition and emotions
  • Motivation and learning
  • Factors contributing to learning - personal and environmental

Second. Language I 30 questions

A) Understanding language: 15 questions

  • Reading unseen routes - With two questions one prose or drama and a poem, with questions on understanding, grammar, grammar and verbal ability (prose transit can be literary, scientific, descriptive or unruly)

B) Teaching of language development: 15 questions

  • Learning & Acquisition
  • Principles of Language Learning
  • The role of listening and speaking; Language work and how children use it as a tool
  • Important perspective on the role of grammar in learning the language for communication in oral and written form
  • Challenges of teaching in different classes; Language difficulties, errors and disorders language skills
  • Evaluate language understanding and proficiency: Speaking, listening, reading and writing
  • Teaching - learning materials: textbook, multi-media content, multi-lingual resource of classroom, therapeutic education

Third. Language - II: 30 questions

A) Understanding: 15 questions

  • Two unseen prose passages (sequential or literary or narrative or scientific) with questions on understanding, grammar and verbal ability

B) Teaching of language development: 15 questions

  • Learning & Acquisition
  • Principles of Language Learning
  • The role of listening and speaking; Language work and how children use it as a tool
  • An important perspective on the role of grammar in learning the language to communicate ideas in oral and written form; Challenges of teaching language in different classes; Language difficulties, errors and disorders

Language skills

  • Evaluate language understanding and proficiency: Speaking, listening, reading and writing
  • Teaching - learning materials: textbook, multi-media content, multilingual resource of the classroom, therapeutic education

Fourth Mathematics: 30 questions

A) Content: 15 questions

  • Geometry
  • Understanding size and locality
  • Concrete around us
  • Number
  • Addition and Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • the division
  • Measures
  • Weight
  • Time
  • Volume
  • data handling
  • Pattern
  • Money

B) Educational Issues: 15 Questions

  • Nature of mathematics / logical thinking; Understanding children's thinking and logic patterns and meaning and learning strategies
  • Mathematical places in the course
  • Math Language
  • Community Mathematics
  • Evaluation through formal and informal methods
  • Teaching problems
  • Analysis and related aspects of learning and learning
  • Clinical and therapeutic education

Fifth. Environmental Studies: 30 Questions

A) Content: 15 questions

  • I. Family and friends:
  • Relationships
  • Work and play
  • Animals
  • Plants
  • Second. food
  • Third. Shelter
  • Fourth Water
  • V. journey
  • Sixth. Things We Make and Do

B) Educational Issues: 15 Questions

  • Concept and scope of EVS
  • The importance of EVS, integrated EVS
  • Environmental Studies and Environmental Education
  • Learning Theory
  • Scope and related to science and social science
  • Attitudes of presented concepts
  • the verbs
  • Experiment / practical work
  • Discussion
  • CCE
  • Education materials / aids
  • Problem's

Paper II (for Class VI to VIII) Primary Stage:

I. Child Development and Teaching: 30 Questions

A) Child Development (Primary School Child): 15 questions

  • The concept of development and its relationship with learning
  • Principles of Child Development
  • Influence of heredity and environment
  • Socialization process: Social world and children (teachers, parents, companions)
  • Piaget, Kohlberg and Wigowski: Construction and Significant Approaches
  • Concepts of Child-centric and Progressive Education
  • Important perspective on intelligence generation
  • Multi-dimensional Intelligence
  • Language and thought
  • gender as a social construct; Gender roles, gender bias, and academic practice
  • Understanding differences on learners based on the differences of personal differences, language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.
  • Distinguish between assessment and assessment for learning; School-based assessments, continuous and comprehensive evaluation: perspective and practice
  • Prepare appropriate questions to evaluate readiness levels of learners; To assess the achievement of learning in the classroom and developing critical thinking and learning

B) Concept of inclusive education and children with special needs: 5 questions

  • Addressing learners with a diverse background including disadvantaged and disadvantaged
  • Addressing children's needs with learning difficulties, 'loss' etc.
  • Addressing talented, creative, especially competent learners

C) Learning and Teaching: 10 questions

  • How children think and learn; How children and students 'fail' to achieve success in school performance
  • Basic processes of teaching and learning; Learning strategies of children; Learning as a social activity; Social References to Learning
  • Children as a problem solver and a 'scientific investigator'
  • Alternative concepts of learning in children, understanding children's "errors" as important steps in the learning process.
  • Cognition and emotions
  • Motivation and learning
  • Factors contributing to learning - personal and environmental

Second. Language I 30 questions

A) Understanding language: 15 questions

  • Reading unseen portions - with questions on understanding, estimation, grammar and verbal ability, two parts one prose or play and a poem.

B) Teaching of language development: 15 questions

  • Learning & Acquisition
  • Principles of Language Learning
  • The role of listening and speaking; Language work and how children use it as a tool
  • An important perspective on the role of grammar in learning the language to communicate ideas in oral and written form; Challenges of teaching language in different classes; Language difficulties, errors and disorders
  • Language skills
  • Evaluate language understanding and proficiency: Speaking, listening, reading and writing
  • Teaching - Teaching materials: textbook, multi-media content, class multilanguage resources
  • Therapeutic education

Language - Second 30 questions

A) Understanding: 15 questions

  • Two unseen prose passages (sequential or literary or narrative or scientific) with questions on understanding, grammar and verbal ability

B) Teaching of language development: 15 questions

  • Learning & Acquisition
  • Principles of Language Learning
  • The role of listening and speaking; Language work and how children use it as a tool
  • An important perspective on the role of grammar in learning the language to communicate ideas in oral and written form; Challenges of teaching language in different classes; Language difficulties, errors and disorders
  • Language skills
  • Evaluate language understanding and proficiency: Speaking, listening, reading and writing
  • Teaching - learning materials: textbooks, multi-media content, class multilingual resources
  • Therapeutic education

Fourth (A) Mathematics and Science: 60 questions

(i) Mathematics: 30 questions

A) Material: 20 questions

  • Number system
  • Know our numbers
  • Playing with numbers
  • whole numbers
  • Negative numbers and integer
  • Part
  • Algebra
  • Introduction to Algebra
  • Ratio and ratio
  • Geometry
  • Basic Geometric Ideas (2-D)
  • Understanding the primary shape (2-D and 3-D)
  • Symmetry: (reflection)
  • Construction (straight edge scale, protractor, comps)
  • Standardization
  • data handling

B) Educational Issues: 10 Questions

  • Nature of Mathematics / Logical thinking
  • Mathematical places in the course
  • Math Language
  • Community Mathematics
  • Evaluation
  • Therapeutic education
  • Teaching problems

(ii) Science: 30 questions

A) Material: 20 questions

I .Food

  • Food sources
  • Food Ingredients
  • Cleanliness of food
  • Second. material
  • Daily Use Content

Third. World of living

Fourth Things to move people and ideas forward

V. How does work

  • Electric current and circuit
  • Magnets

Sixth. natural phenomena

Seventh natural resources

B) Educational Issues: 10 Questions

  • Nature and structure of science
  • Natural Sciences / Objectives and Objectives
  • Understanding and Appreciation Science
  • Approach / coordinated approach
  • observation / experiment / discovery (method of science)
  • Innovation
  • Text Content / Aids
  • Evaluation - Cognitive / Psychology / Emotional
  • Problem's
  • Therapeutic education

V. Social Studies / Social Science: 60 questions

A) Material: 40 questions

  • I. History
  • When, where and how
  • The oldest committees
  • First Farmers and Herders
  • First cities
  • Initial states
  • New ideas
  • First Empire
  • Contact with remote land
  • Political development
  • Culture and Science
  • New kings and states
  • Sultans of Delhi
  • Architecture
  • The creation of an empire
  • Social change
  • Regional cultures
  • Establishment of Company Power
  • Rural life and society
  • Colonialism and tribal society
  • Rebellion of 1857-58
  • Women and improvement
  • Challenging the caste system
  • Nationalist movement
  • India after Independence
  • Second. Geography
  • Geography as a social study and science
  • Planets: Earth in the Solar System
  • Globe
  • The totality of the environment: natural and human environment
  • Wind
  • Water
  • Human Environment: Disposal, Transportation and Communication
  • Resources: Type-Natural and Human
  • Agriculture
  • Third. Social and political life
  • Diversity
  • Government
  • Local Government
  • making a living
  • democracy
  • State government
  • Understanding the media
  • Unpacking the penis
  • Constitution
  • Parliamentary Government
  • Judiciary
  • Based on social justice and marginalization

B) Educational Issues: 20 Questions

  • The concept and nature of social science / social studies
  • Class room procedures, activities and discourses
  • Develop critical thinking
  • Inquiry / empirical evidence
  • Problems of Social Science / Social Studies
  • Source - Primary and Secondary
  • Projects Work
  • Evaluation

CTET 2018 Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility criteria for selection of candidates for the post of teacher for class I-V and different for Class VI-VIII. See the educational qualifications required by candidates for these two classes:

Educational Qualification for Class I-V

  • A candidate who has completed senior secondary or its equivalent examination with at least 50% marks and clearing or appearing in the final year examination of the diploma (2 year duration) in primary education or
  • According to NCTE Rule 2002, candidates who cleared or appearing in the final year examination of the minimum 45% marks in Primary Secondary or equivalent examination and the Diploma in Primary Education (2 year duration)
  • A candidate who has completed senior secondary or equivalent examination with at least 50% marks and clearing or appearing in the final year's examination of graduate (4 year duration) of primary education.
  • A candidate who has completed Senior Secondary or equivalent examination with at least 50% marks and is clearing or appearing in the last year's examination of diploma (2 year duration) in education. Or
  • A candidate who has completed Bachelor's degree and has cleared or is present in the final year's examination of diploma (2 year duration) in primary education.

Educational Qualification for Class VI-VIII

  • A candidate who holds a bachelor's degree and is passing or passing the final year examination of diploma (2 year duration) in primary education. Or
  • A candidate who completed his bachelor's degree with 50% marks and has cleared the final year examination of the graduate in education. Or
  • A candidate has completed his bachelor's degree with 40% marks and has approved in the last year's examination of graduation in education according to NCTE rules. Or
  • A candidate who has completed Senior Secondary or equivalent examination with at least 50% marks and approved in the last year's examination of the 4 year period or under graduate primary education graduate in priority. Or
  • A candidate who completed Senior Secondary or equivalent examination with 50% marks and clearing or appearing in the last year's examination of BA Ed / BSc Ed or BA / BSc Ed. Or
  • A candidate who receives a bachelor's degree with 50% marks and clearing or appearing in the BEd program for a period of 1 year.

CTET 2018 Admit Card

After completion of the application process, admission letter / call letter for CTET 2018 exam will be uploaded on the website. Candidates are required to download the CTET 2018 Admission Letter from their official website. Entry cards will be issued separately for candidates who have applied for Paper I, Paper II for both Paper 1 and Paper II.

CTET 2018 results

After taking the CTET exam, results will be announced by the CBSE.

CTET 2018 Cut off

Candidates coming to CTET will be issued a mark statement. Eligibility certificates will be issued to candidates who get 60% marks (General) and above.

School management (government, local bodies, government aided and subsidized) can consider giving concession to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Individuals with Disabilities, etc., according to their existing reservation policy.

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