Assam Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) 2019 Syllabus & Exam Pattern

Assam TET 2019 has released Syllabus and Exam Pattern for Teacher Eligibility Test TET. Here, ATET Syllabus and Exam Pattern available for download. All the participants eagerly waiting for download the Assam Teacher Eligibility Test for Upper Primary and Lower Primary level Syllabus and Exam Pattern. Candidates check Assam TET Syllabus and Exam Pattern here. Assam TET 2019 exam will be held for Paper I and Paper II as per the norms of National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE). Paper I is for Classes I-V teachers and Paper II is for Classes VI-VIII teachers. After completion of the registration process, all the participants searching for the Syllabus and Exam Pattern. For that purpose, we provide the link to download the ATET Syllabus and Exam Pattern. Eligible candidates must know the Assam TET Syllabus and Exam Pattern for better preparation. Furthermore, information candidates can able to check official website also.

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Overview of Assam TET 2019 Admit Card

Name of the Conducting Organization – Department of Elementary Education DEE, Assam
Name of the Course – Teacher Eligibility Test for Lower Primary and Upper Primary level
No. of TET vacancy – Various Post
Name of the Exam – Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)
Application Last Date – 17.09.2019
Admit Card Issue Date – 30.09.2019
Date of Examination – 20.10.2019
Official Website – http://ssa.assam.gov.in

Assam TET Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2019

The Assam TET examination will comprise four basic categories of subjects. They are General Studies, Pedagogy, Current Affairs, and General English. Most of the questions will be asked from each category and candidates are expected to be well versed with all the categories. In this page, we provide detailed Syllabus of Assam TET 2019 examination.

Paper-I Lowe Primary Teacher (Classes I-V)
Subjects No. of Questions Marks
Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory) 30 30
Language I – Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo,
Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hmar
(compulsory-anyone)
30 30
Language II – English(compulsory) 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Total 150 150
Paper-II Upper Primary Teacher (Classes VI-VIII)
S.No Subjects No. of Question Marks
I. Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory) 30 30
II. Language I – Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hmar
(compulsory-anyone)
30 30
III. Language II – English(compulsory) 30 30
IV (a) For Mathematics and Science Teacher:
Mathematics and Science Or
60 60
IV (b) For Social Studies Teacher:
Social Studies Or
60 60
IV (c) For any other teacher:
Either IV (a) Or IV (b)
   
Section-1: Child Development and Pedagogy
Child Development:
  • Factors influencing child development
  • Dimensions of child development
  • Individual differences
  • Personality
  • Common Behavioral problems of Children
  • Adjustment
  • Adolescence
  • Process of learning
  • Theories of learning
Pedagogy:
  • Process of Children form diverse context
  • Organizing Teaching
  • classroom Management
  • concept of child-centred teaching and competency-based teaching
  • Evaluation
Section-2: Language I 

The candidate has to select one language that he has proficiency in, for section 2. The languages in which he can select are:

  • Bengali
  • Assamese
  • Bengali
  • Bodo
  • Hindi
  • Manipuri
  • Nepali
  • Hmar
  • Garo
  • Karbi
Section-3: Language-2 (English)
  • Pedagogy of language teaching
  • Methods
  • Grammar
Section-4: Mathematics:

Paper-1:

  • Numbers
  • Fractions
  • Money
  • Geometry and Mensuration
  • Data handling
  • integration of ICT in teaching Mathematics

Paper-2:

  • Number System
  • Socially applicable Mathematics
  • Algebra
  • Geometry and Mensuration
  • Introduction to graph and Data handling
  • Integration of ICT in teaching Mathematics
Section 5:

Paper-1: EVS

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  • Children Environment
  • Environment and Child’s Need
  • Care and Protection of environment
  • Pedagogy
  • Integration of ICT in teaching Environmental Science
  • Use of ICT in teaching environment science

Paper-2: Science

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology

Paper-2: Social Science

  • Geography
  • History
  • Economics
  • Political Science
Selection Process for ATET 2019
Written Examination

The Written Examination includes two Parts, Paper 1 will be for a person those who applied for a Lower Primary Level (Classes I to V). Part I consists of Five Major Subjects that involved 150 questions. All 150 questions are MCQ Type, each question will carry 1 mark. Part II is Upper Primary Level (for Classes VI to VII) the Major Subjects are Mathematics, Science, Social Science.

Papers No. of Questions Marks Duration Medium of Question Paper
Part I 150 150 2 & ½ Hours (150 Minutes) Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Hindi & English
Part II 150 150 2 & ½ Hours (150 Minutes)

There will be no negative marking, for any incorrect answers.

Personal Interview

Those who qualify the written examination the candidates will be called for the next stage of the examination that is called Personal Interview (PI).