MP TET 2020: Go Through The Primary School TET Syllabus to Boost Your Preparations
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The MP Primary School Teacher Eligibility Test (MP TET) 2020 has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown. The candidates who have applied for the exam got further opportunity to prepare for the exam and score well. 

The application process was concluded on February 04, 2020, by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MP PEB). The MP TET 2020 exam was scheduled to be held on April 22 but due to ongoing situation, the Board decided to postpone the exam to avoid the community transmission of the pandemic disease. 

Candidates can check the latest updates for MP TET 2020 on the official website i.e.

The team of 'My Result Plus' has brought to you the latest syllabus for the Primary school teacher eligibility test, that is for class 1st to 5th. 



MP TET 2020: Paper 1 Class (I-V) Syllabus: 

This paper is for a person who intends to be a teacher for classes I to V. See MP TET Syllabus for Paper 1

1. Child Development and Pedagogy

Child Development Topic
(15 Question)
Concept of Inclusive education
(05 Question)
Learning and Pedagogy
(10 Question)

1. Development Concepts.
2. Influence of Heredity and Environment.
3. Principles of the development of children.
4. Socialization processes
5. Piaget, Kohlberg and, Vygotsky.
6. Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence.
7. Multidimensional Intelligence.
8. Language & Thought.
9. Gender as a social construct.
10. Concepts of child-centred & progressive education.
11. Distinction B/w Assessment for learning and assessment of learning.
12. Formulating appropriate questions for assessing the readiness levels of learners.
1. Addressing the Creative, Talented, Specially abled Learners.
2. Addressing the requirements of children with learning ‘impairment’, difficulties.
3. Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds.
1. Cognition & Emotions.
2. Motivation and learning.
3. How children think and learn.
4. Basic processes of teaching and learning.
5. Child as a problem solver and a ‘scientific investigator.
6. Factors contributing to learning – personal and environmental

2. Language I

Comprehension: Grammar and verbal ability and passages
Pedagogy of Language Development: Role of speaking & listening, Principles of Language Teaching, Language Skills, Acquisition, Remedial Teaching

3. Language – II
Comprehension, verbal ability and grammar
Pedagogy of Language Development:  Principles of Language Teaching, Evaluating language comprehension & proficiency, Learning and acquisition, and Remedial Teaching

4. Mathematics

  •  Numbers
  •  Geometry
  •  Weight
  •  Money
  •  Addition and Subtraction
  •  Time
  •  Data Handling
  •  Patterns
  •  Volume
  •  Evaluation through formal and informal methods
  •  Solids around
  •  Diagnostic and Remedial Teaching
  •  Measurement
  •  Division
  •  Community Mathematics
  •  Language of Mathematics

5. Environmental Studies

  •  Concept and scope of EVS
  •  Discussion
  •  Significance of EVS integrated EVS
  •  Plants
  •  Relationships
  •  Animals
  •  Learning Principles
  •  Work and Play
  •  Activities
  •  Approaches to presenting concepts
  •  Scope & relation to Science and Social Science
  •  Experimentation/Practical Work
  •  Environmental Studies & Environmental Education