Gujarat TET 2021 Syllabus and Exam Pattern, Gujarat Teacher Eligibility Test is the qualifying exam for the recruitment of eligible candidates in the post of Primary and Secondary School. Check Exam Pattern And Syllabus.
The Gujarat TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) is a qualifying exam for the recruitment of qualified candidates for the positions of Primary and Secondary School Teachers in both private and public schools in Gujarat.Candidates must be a graduate of education or hold a certificate in Elementary Education with a minimum of 55 percent in order to sit for the test.
Gujarat Teacher Eligibility Test Important Details
|Name of Exam||Gujarat TET 2021|
|Conducting Body||State Examination Board, Gujarat|
|Name of Post||Teaching|
|Exam Date||Update soon|
|Admit Card||Coming Soon|
|Selection Process||Written Test|
Gujarat TET Exam Pattern 2021
Gujarat TET 1 Exam 2021 and Gujarat TET 2 Exam 2021 will be held by the Gujarat State Examination Board. Gujarat TET 1 Exam 2021 is for candidates who wish to work as Primary School Teachers in both private and public schools in Gujarat. Gujarat TET 2 Exam 2021 is for candidates who are qualified to work as Upper Primary School Teachers in both private and public schools in Gujarat.
- Gujarat TET Exam 2021 is the Offline Written Test.
- In both the Gujarat TET Exams 2021, there will be 150 multiple choice questions.
- There are no negative marks for incorrect answers.
- The candidates will have 90 minutes to complete the exam.
Gujarat TET Exam Pattern for Paper I
|Subject||No. of question||Total marks|
|Child Development & Pedagogy||30||30|
GTET Exam Pattern for Paper II
|Subject||No. of Question||Total Marks|
|Child Development & Pedagogy||30||30|
|Mathematics and Science for Science and maths teacher||60||60|
|Social and Science for Social and Science Teacher||60||60|
Gujarat TET Detailed Syllabus 2021
|Child Development & Pedagogy||Child developmentThe Role of Heredity and EnvironmentMeaning and Concept of Learning and its processFactors Affecting LearningTheories of Learning and its ImplicationPersonalityIntelligenceUnderstanding Diverse LearnersLearning Difficulties, AdjustmentTeaching-Learning ProcessMeaning and Purposes of AssessmentAction ResearchThe Right to Education Act of 2009.How Children Learn and ThinkMotivation and Implications for LearningIndividual Differences|
|Language I||Unseen Prose PassagePrinciples of Teaching EnglishTeaching Learning MaterialsDevelopments of Language SkillsTeaching Learning MaterialsComprehensive 7 continuous EvaluationFraming Questions Including|
|Language II||Idioms, and Literary TermsBasic Knowledge of English Sounds and Their phonetic TransactionPrinciples of Teaching EnglishUnseen Prose PassageUnseen PoemModal AuxiliariesPhrasal VerbsCommunicative Approach to English Language Teaching|
|Mathematics||NumbersAddition and SubtractionMultiplication and DivisionMeasurementGeometryShapes and Spatial UnderstandingWeightVolumeData HandlingLCM And HCFDecimal FractionsPedagogical issuePatternsMoney|
|Environmental Studies||WaterAirHabitatstypesClothes Dresses and their CareGroup SongsFestivals (school, Family and National)HealthGood Habits and Personal HygieneLooking after the treesPlant and AnimalsLiving and Non-LivingParts of PlantsGeographical Features and ChangesDays & NightsOur SurroundingsPart of BodyNatural ResourcesOur PunjabSolar SystemBasic NeedsFoodResources and CareDisposal of Solid WasteLocal bodies (rural & urban)TransportationCommunity BuildingsDiseasesFirst AidDisaster Management.Communication & its DevelopmentsPollution, National PropertyWeather and Climate|
|Science||sources of FoodComponents of FoodCleaning FoodMaterialsMaterials of Daily UseAirWaterChange of MatterThe Structure of the AtomMolecule, CompoundsMetals and Non-MetalsCarbonSoilAcidsBaseLightSounNatural PhenomenaNatural ResourcesSource of EnergyEnvironmental ConcernsRegional and National, PollutionPedagogical IssuesThe World of the Living OrganismsMicroorganism, and Diseases Production and ManagementMoving Things People & IdeasEffect of Population Growth and Human Activities in the EnvironmentThe UniverseForceMotionWork and EnergyElectric Current & CircuitsMagnets and Magnetism|
|Social Science||History: When, Where and HowThe Earliest SocietiesThe First Farmers & HerdersThe First Cities, The Early StatesNew IdeasThe First EmpireNew Kings and KingdomsSultans of Delhi, ArchitectureCreation of an empireSocial ChangeRegional CulturesThe Establishments of Company PowerRural Life & SocietyColonialism & Tribal SocietiesContacts with Distant LandsPolitical DevelopmentsCulture 7 ScienceThe Revolt of 1857-58Women & ReformChallenging the Castel SystemThe Nationalist MovementsIndia after IndependenceSocial and Political Life: DiversityGovernment, Local governmentDemocracy, State governmentUnderstanding MediaUnpacking GenderThe JudiciaryThe Constitution, Parliamentary GovernmentSocial Justice & The MarginalizedPedagogical IssuesGeography: Geography as a Social Study & as a SciencePlanet: Earth in the Solar System, GlobeThe Environment in its totality: Natural & human Environment, Air, WaterHuman Environment: Settlement, Transport 7 CommunicationResources: Types- Natural & Human, Agriculture|