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Thursday, 7 December 2017

Teacher Recruitment 2018 - 19 Government Exam Notification in India




Teaching Jobs

Those who like and have a passion to teach the subject the Teaching Industry welcome such aspirants. The teaching sector is very peaceful job place, especially for girls aspirants its very good field for the working. Aspirants can make the career in the teaching sector it's having good career prospectus.


How to get the Teaching Job
A teacher is a person who makes us literate or educated in order to achieve every success in the life. A teacher is the best creature of God. The teacher teaches us and tries to give all knowledge which is needed to us. The teacher plays important role in your life as the second parent of our life. To become a teacher is not an easy career to start. To become a teacher have lots of knowledge so that you can give this knowledge to the student. A teacher is one of the best and respected jobs in the World after the National Army. Teachers are respected by everyone. 

The role of a teacher is to help students and make learn the concepts of various subjects like maths, English, and science through classroom lectures and practical’s. There different roles which played by teacher whether it would be a class teacher, subjects teacher, dance teacher etc.



Here we will tell about the complete detail for the teaching jobs and the syllabus which is prescribed by the Government and other concern institution for the teacher Careers. Aspirants can see the latest recruitment notification and the related information by visiting our portal. Here we will provide the preparation tips for the teaching jobs exam.

Want to become a teacher -: To become a teacher the candidate has to choose which sector he/she wants to make a career. As there two platforms for a candidate to become a teacher that is -:
·         Government Teacher
·         Private Teacher

Government Teacher-: To become a Government Teacher the candidate has qualifies the various exams in other to be posted in Government Schools. The basic qualification is to a candidate has passed the academic studies as well as to become a teacher has to pursue the graduation degree with interesting subjects like maths, physics, chemistry etc. The candidate has to give the following exam with eligibility 

Read: Check out All List of Teaching Jobs for All States

Check out Latest Teaching Jobs 2018

Organization
No. Of Post
Name of Post
Last Date
Details
DSSSB
NA
Various
NA
NIT Trichy
NA
Professor
NA
MNNIT
NA
Professor
NA
DTU
NA
Steno
NA
NIT Jalandhar
NA
Assis. Professor
NA
CHUP
NA
Professor
NA
GSERB
NA
Principal
NA
TS PSC PET
NA
Teachers
NA
ESIC
NA
Professor
NA
Sainik School
NA
Employee
NA
TS PSC
NA
Various
Soon
DSSSB
NA
Teachers
Soon
TSPSC
NA
Lecturer
Soon
TSPSC
NA
Various
Soon
TS Inter Board
NA
Lecturer
Soon
UP Shiksha
NA
Teachers
Soon
AP DSC
NA
Teacher
Soon
JNU
NA
Lecturer
Soon
UP Computer
NA
Teachers &Others
Soon
RVMS Bharti
NA
Various
Soon
RPSC
NA
Teacher
Soon
TS DSC
NA
Teacher
Soon
JSSC
NA
Lecturer
Soon
Bhojpur
NA
Various
Soon
Bihar Teacher
NA
Teachers
Soon
   

TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) -: TET stands for Teacher Eligibility Test is an Indian entrance exam for graduate teachers. This is a test that has to given to becoming the Government Teacher. By cracking this exam candidate are eligible for teaching the class from 1 to 8. This was first held in 2011. TET is conduct in a very state of India with the different name like KTET (KarnatakaTeacher Eligibility Test ), UPTET (Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test ) etc. This exam conducts every year. 

Syllabus-: The syllabus of TET is divided into two paper I and paper II. The syllabuses are as follows:

Paper-I -
       a)      Child Development and Pedagogy -:
·         Concept of development and its relationship with learning
·         Principles of the development of children
·         Influence of Heredity & Environment
·         Socialization processes: Social world & children (Teacher, Parents, Peers)
·         Concepts of child-centered and progressive education
·         Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence
·         Multi Dimensional Intelligence Language & Thought
·         Gender as a social construct; gender roles, gender-bias and educational practice
·         Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.
·         Distinction between Assessment for learning and assessment of learning; School-Based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: perspective and practice
·         Formulating appropriate questions for assessing readiness levels of learners; for enhancing learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing learner achievement.

b) The concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs -:
·         Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including disadvantaged and deprived
·         Addressing the needs of children with learning difficulties, ‘impairment’ etc.
·         Addressing the Talented, Creative, especially able Learners.

c) Learning and Pedagogy -:
·         How children think and learn; how and why children ‘fail’ to achieve success in school performance.
·         Basic processes of teaching and learning; children’s strategies of learning; learning as a social activity; social context of learning.
·         Child as a problem solver and a ‘scientific investigator’
·         Alternative conceptions of learning in children, understanding children’s ‘errors’ as significant steps in the learning process.
·         Cognition & Emotions
·         Motivation and learning
·         Factors contributing to learning – personal & environmental

d)Language I
     ·         Language Comprehension Reading unseen passages – two passages one prose or drama and one poem with questions on comprehension, inference, grammar and verbal ability (Prose passage may be literary, scientific, narrative or discursive).

e) Mathematics -:
·         Geometry
·         Shapes & Spatial Understanding
·         Solids around Us
·         Numbers
·         Addition and Subtraction etc.

f) Environmental Studies-:
·         Family and Friends
·         Relationships
·         Work and Play
·         Animals
·          Plants
·         Food
·         Water
·         Travel
·          Things We Make and Do

Paper-II


Subject name
Syllabus

I. Child Development
         Child Development (Elementary School Child)
          Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
           Learning and Pedagogy
II. Language I
           Language Comprehension
           Pedagogy of Language Development
III. Language – II
           Comprehension, Pedagogy of Language   Development
IV. Mathematics and Science
           Mathematics, Science
V. Social Studies/Social Sciences
           History
           Geography
            Social and Political



CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) -: CTET stands for Central Teacher Eligibility Test conduct by Central Board of Secondary Education. CTET also entrance exam were candidate become a Central Government Teacher (like Kendriya Vidhyalaya) for primary school from 1 to 8.

Center of Exams-:The centers of CTET are as follows-:

State/UT
City
City Code

Andaman & Nicobar Island
Port Blair
1
Andhra Pradesh
Vijayawada
2
Visakhapatnam
3
Arunachal Pradesh
Itanagar
4
Assam
Guwahati
5
Bihar
Muzzafarpur
6
Patna
7
Chandigarh
Chandigarh
8
Chhattisgarh
Raipur
9
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
10
Daman & Diu
Daman
11
Delhi/NCR
Delhi Central
12
Delhi East
13
Delhi North
14
Delhi South
15
Delhi West
16
Goa
Panaji
17
Gujarat
Ahmedabad
18
Surat
19
Vadodara
20
Haryana
Ambala
21
Faridabad
22
Gurugram
23
Karnal
24
Kurukshetra
25
Panchkula
26
Himachal Pradesh
Hamirpur
27
Kangra
28
Shimla
29
Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu
30
Srinagar
31
Jharkhand
Bokaro
32
Dhanbad
33
Ranchi
34
Karnataka
Bengaluru
35
Mangalore
36
Kerala
Ernakulam
37
Kozhikode
38
Trivandrum
39
Lakshadweep
Kavaratti
40
Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal
41
Indore
42
Jabalpur
43
Maharashtra
Aurangabad
44
Mumbai
45
Nagpur
46
Nashik
47
Pune
48
Manipur
Imphal
49
Meghalaya
Shillong
50
Mizoram
Aizawl
51
Nagaland
Kohima
52
Odisha
Bhubaneswar
53
Sambalpur
54
Puducherry
Puducherry
55
Punjab
Amritsar
56
Bhatinda
57
Ferozepur
58
Jalandhar
59
Mohali
60
Rajasthan
Ajmer
61
Jaipur
62
Jodhpur
63
Kota
64
Udaipur
65
Sikkim
Gangtok
66
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
67
Coimbatore
68
Madurai
69
Tiruchirappalli
70
Telangana
Hyderabad
71
Tripura
Agartala
72
Uttarakhand
Dehradun
73
Haldwani
74
Roorkee
75
Srinagar Garhwal
76
Uttar Pradesh
Agra
77
Aligarh
78
Allahabad
79
Bareilly
80
Ghaziabad
81
Gorakhpur
82
Kanpur
83
Lucknow
84
Mathura
85
Moradabad
86
Noida
87
Raebareli
88
Saharanpur
89
Varanasi
90
West Bengal
Durgapur
91
Kolkata
92
Abroad
Dubai
93
Riyadh
94

The pattern of CTET-: The patterns of CTET are as follows-:

CTET 2018 Exam Pattern for Paper-I

Subject
Questions
Marks

Child Development and Pedagogy
30
30
Language I (compulsory)
30
30
Language II (compulsory)
30
30
Mathematics
30
30
Environmental Studies
30
30
Total
150
150


CTET 2018 Exam Pattern for Paper-II for Social Studies/Social Science Teacher

Subject
Questions
Marks

Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory)
30
30
Language I (compulsory)
30
30
Language II (compulsory)
30
30
Social Studies/Social Science (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher)
60
60
Total
150
150


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CTET 2018 Exam Pattern for Paper-II
(Apart from Social Studies/Social Science, Mathematics and Science  Teacher
Subject
Questions
Marks

Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory)
30
30
Language I (compulsory)
30
30
Language II (compulsory)
30
30
Mathematics and Science (for Mathematics and Science teacher)
Or
Social Studies/Social Science (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher)
60
60
 Total
150
150


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Syllabus of CTET-: The syllabus of CTET is as follows-:
·         Child Development and Pedagogy
·         Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
·         Learning and Pedagogy
·         Language I
·         Language – II
·         Mathematics
·         Environmental Studies

NET (National Eligibility Test conducted) -: NET stands for National Eligibility Test conducted by CBSE on behalf of University Grant Commission.Net exam have divided into two phase one NET CSIR and NET UGC. The NET CSIR conducts exams for science side student who deals with subjects like maths, chemistry etc. The UGC NET (University Grant Commission National Eligibility Test) is conducting for Art side student who determining the candidate eligibility of Indian national’s candidates for the eligibility for Assistant Professor, the Junior Research and eligibility for Assistant Professor in the Indian Universities and college

Syllabus of NET CSIR-: The syllabus of NET CSIR is   given below-:
·         Chemical Science
·         Mathematics Science
·         Earth  Science
·         Physical Science
·         Biology Science
·         General Aptitude

 The pattern of NET CSIR-:

S.No.
Sections
No. of Ques. Given
No. of Ques. to be Attempted
Marks
Neg. Marking
Duration of Exam
1
PART-A
20
15
30
0.25
3 Hours
2
PART-B
25
20
70
0.25
3
PART-C
30
20
100
0.25
Total Marks
200


 Syllabus for NET UGC-:
·         Paper-I: It will cover basic principles which will assess the teaching/ research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily test the candidates' reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness.
·         Paper-II: It will consist of 50 questions based on the subject of study chosen by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.
·         Paper-III: This paper shall consist of 75 objective type questions based again on the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.
·         subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.

  The pattern of NET UGC -: The pattern of NET is decided by UGC for the exam.
The patterns consist of -:

Examination Center of NET-:
Code. No.
States
UGC NET Exam Cities

1
ANDHRA PRADESH
Guntur
2
Tirupati
3
Visakhapatnam
4
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS
Portblair
5
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
Itanagar
6
ASSAM
Guwahati
7
Silchar (assam)
8
Dibrugarh
9
Tezpur
10
BIHAR
Bhagalpur
11
Patna (bihar)
12
CHANDIGARH
Chandigarh
13
CHHATISHGARH
Bilaspur
14
Raipur
15
DELHI
New delhi
16
GOA
Goa
17
GUJARAT
Ahmedabad
18
Patan (gujarat)
19
Rajkot
20
Vadodara
21
HARYANA
Faridabad
22
Hissar
23
Kurkshetra
24
Murthal (sonepat)
25
HIMACHAL PRADESH
Dharmshala
26
Shimla
27
JAMMU & KASHMIR
Jammu
28
Srinagar (j&k)
29
JHARKHAND
Ranchi
30
KARNATAKA
Bengaluru
31
Dharwad
32
Gulbarga
33
Mangalore
34
Mysore
35
KERELA
Kochi
36
Kozkikode
37
Thirvananthapuram
38
MADHYA PRADESH
Bhopal
39
Gwalior
40
Indore
41
Jabalpur
42
Rewa
43
Ujjain
44
MAHARASHTRA
Amravati
45
Aurangabad
46
Jalgaon
47
Kolhapur
48
Mumbai
49
Nagpur
50
Solapur
51
Pune
52
MANIPUR
Imphal
53
MEGHALAYA
Shillong
54
MIZORAM
Aizawl
55
NAGALAND
Kohima
56
ORISSA
Berhampur
57
Bhubaneswar
58
Sambalpur
59
PUDUCHERRY
Puducherry
60
PUNJAB
Amritsar
61
Patiala
62
RAJASTHAN
Ajmer
63
Bikaner
64
Jaipur
65
Jodhpur
66
Kota
67
Udaipur
68
SIKKIM
Gangtok (sikkim)
69
TAMIL NADU
Chennai
70
Coimbatore
71
Madurai
72
Tiruchirapalli
73
TELANGANA
Hyderabad
74
Warangal
75
TRIPURA
Agartala
76
UTTAR PRADESH
Agra
77
Aligarh
78
Allahabad
79
Bareilly
80
Gorakhpur
81
Kanpur
82
Lucknow
83
Meerut
84
Varanasi
85
UTTRAKHAND
Dehradun
86
Nainital
87
Srinagar (uttrakhand)
88
WEST BENGAL
Burdwan
89
Darjeeling (siliguri)
90
Kolkata

SLET (State Level Eligibility Test or State Eligibility Test) -: The State Level Eligibility Test is held in all states in India and in some universities also.  States conduct their own test i.e. State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) for lectureship only. Candidates who qualify in the Test are eligible to apply for the post of lecturer within the jurisdiction of the Member-States of this SLET Commission. They will be given a pass-certificate and the validity period of certificate is forever.

The candidate who obtained Master Degree with at least 55% marks is eligible to sit in the SET. However, in the case of SC/ST candidate, the minimum requirement of the mark is 50% on the subject he/she opts to appear. Those candidates who have even secured 54.99% marks in case of General candidates (or 49.99% marks in case of SC/ST candidates) in Master Degree examination are not eligible for this Test.

Syllabus of SLET-
1.        Anthropology
2.       Chemical Science
3.        Commerce
4.        Economics
5.        Education
6.        English
7.        Geography
8.        Hindi
9.        History
10.    Science
11.    Mathematical Science
12.    Philosophy
13.    Physical Science
14.    Political Science
15.    Sanskrit  
16.   Computer Science
17.   Law
18.   Environment Science
                                     
The pattern of SLET-:
1) First Session –
(i) Paper I – 1 and ¼ hours
(ii) Paper II – 1 and ¼ hours

2) Second Paper (Paper II) – 2 and ½ hours

(III) Total Number of Questions –
1) First Session – Total 110 questions
(i) Paper I – Total 60 questions (Only 50 questions must be answered)
(ii) Paper II – Total 50 compulsory questions

2) Second Paper (Paper II) – Total 75 compulsory question


(IV) Total Marks assigned on Each Paper –
1) First Session – Total 200 Marks
(i) Paper I – 50 X 2 = 100 Marks (2 marks each for 50 questions)
(ii) Paper II – 50 X 2 = 100 Marks (2 marks each for 50 questions)

2) Second Paper (Paper II) – 75 X 2 = 150 Marks (2 marks each for 75 questions)

PGT (Post Graduate Teacher) -:
Every state conducts this exam. PGT stands for Post Graduate Teachers. The exam is held mostly in the August/ September months by the State of India. The candidates in order to appear in the PGT Exam should be at least Post Graduation passed from the concerned discipline from which they are appearing in the entrance exam. Those candidates who have applied or will be appearing in the concerned entrance exam may go through the details of the exam including the paper pattern from the information as given here below.

Syllabus-:
1.       Physics
2.       Music
3.       English
4.       Physical Education
5.       Sanskrit; Urdu
6.       Mathematics
7.       Sociology
8.       History
9.       Education
10.    Botany
11.   Economic
12.    Agriculture
13.   Civics
14.   Hindi
15.    Art
16.   Biology
17.   Chemistry
18.    Geography

PGT Exam Pattern
Section
Subjects
No. of questions
No. of Marks
Time
 I
General Awareness
 20
 20
3 Hours
General Intelligence & Reasoning ability
 20
 20
Numerical Aptitude & Data interpretation
 20
 20
Hindi Language & Comprehension.
 20
 20
English Language & Comprehension.
 20
 20
II
Subject Concerned including questions on teaching methodology/B.Ed
 200
 200
Total 
 300
300











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B.ed (Bachelor of Education) -: B.ed stands for Bachelor in Education earlier it was known as Bachelor of Training (BT). It is a course offered for those who are interested in pursuing & career in teaching and related fields. Also referred as Bachelor in Education or in some universities as Siksha Shastri its duration generally lasts 2 years.

Bachelor of Education Course can also be pursued through Correspondence or Distance Learning which is generally of 2 Years duration. While students from Arts Stream are trained to teach subjects like History, Civics, Geography and Languages. The students from Science Stream are trained to teach Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The B.Ed. the degree course is mandatory for teaching in higher primary schools and high schools. National Council for Teacher Education is a statutory body which regulates courses in teaching in India.

Exam Pattern-:

Exam Pattern of Paper - I
Part
Subject
Number of Question
Marks
Total Time
A
General Knowledge 
50
100

3 Hours
B
Hindi or English
50
100

Exam Pattern of Paper - II
Part
Subject
Number of Question
Marks
Total Time
A
General Aptitude
50
100
3 Hours
B
 Subject Ability (Art, Science, Commerce, Agriculture)
50
100






Syllabus-:
1. General Knowledge
I. History
II. Geography
III. Polity
IV. Question related to social Issue
V. General science etc.

2. English Language
I. Reading Comprehension
II. Fill in the Blanks
III. Error Correction
IV. Antonyms/Synonyms.
V. Idioms & Phrases etc.

3. Hindi

4. General Aptitude

I. Analogies
II. Figures/Verbal Classification
III. Coding and Decoding
IV. Blood Relation
V. Calender
VI. Number/Symbol Series
VII. Vien Diagram /Dice
VIII. HCF & LCM
IX. Arithmetic Problem (Time & distance, Profit & loss, Time & Work, Problem on age, Simple & Compound Interest etc) etc.

5. Subject Ability

These are all exams and many more exams are there which held by the government according to their recruitment requirements. Read all these information and try to give the exam as you want to become a Government Teachers.

Special Eligibility Course for Teacher Jobs
PTT, NTT, BTC, TET, B.ed

Candidate should do the one course like PTT or BTC , B.ed along with TET Exam because Now TET is the eligibility test for the teaching jobs this is implemented in almost all state of India. 

Private Teacher-: A candidate who wants to become a private teacher than one has to pass their graduation with the specific subjects. For Private Teacher, it is mandatory to qualify the B.ed as well as TET (TET some good school requires). Private Teacher needs to be good in academics and good percent in graduation with a respected subject that you want to a teacher for.

·     Pattern -: The pattern is different for a different school. Every school in Private has own pattern for conducting the exam. Candidate be aware of and go to schools site for a pattern in order to get the job.

·     Syllabus-: Nearly all syllabus of teaching is similar to each other. Different in a pattern only how they conduct them exam or in how many processes give to the candidate to qualify.

·    Eligibility-: To become a Private Teacher once has to be good in academic. For Private teacher mandatory to be a graduate with specific subjects as well as B.ed with good institute. For Private jobs, it based on your talent and labor that you represent to recruitment team.

Selection Process -: The selection process of these exams may consist of different phases were a candidate has to give his/her 100 percent to acquire the teaching job. Everyone has to qualify in order to set in upper level of process for the job. The selection processes are as follows-

·   Written Exam-: Every exam has mandatory steps which is written the exam. Every candidate has to give the exam qualify according in order to seek job in any sectors. A cut off generated according to the test. According to the cut off the candidate are allowed to set in next written exam as selection criteria made by the organization.

·   Merit List-: A merit list is created on the basis of assessment and academic marks. Whoever candidate lies in this merit list created by the organization, they call for various counseling in order to allotment of centers where a candidate has to go. Those who qualify for the written exam only candidate can appear in the counseling for allotment of centers.

·   Verification of Documents-: After allotment of sets candidate has to verify his/her document according to post of teaching applied for. The document may consist of 10th mark sheet, 12th mark sheet, graduation mark sheet, post graduation (for PGT and other post graduate tests in counseling), identity proof (like Aadhar Card, PAN card, Address proof etc). After verification of documents, his/her has to report at the center which selected by the candidate during counseling for training in given period of time.

Other Teaching Jobs-: There other teaching jobs apart from science side and art side. These may be dancing teacher, musical teacher sports teacher or physical education teacher etc. To become a dancing teacher the candidate has to be done graduation from dance and know brief of knowledge of dancing. For a musical teacher, the candidate has known the how sings, basic singing, and graduation in music’s (like Prabhakar etc). Sports teacher has knowledge all about various games and athletic exercises. To become a sports teacher candidate should be done graduation from physical education which mandatory for candidates.


We wish you make the career in teaching sector and we always here for here any kind of help you want you can write us through comments and ask your doubts, and also we hope that you get information that you’re trying to search for. We have discussed both the sector for teaching proposes (Government and Private). Go through this information and exams which are held by these sectors and helpful to qualify.






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