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UPTET 2019 registration process may begin in the month of October, the students must have started preparing for the same.
But if you are aiming to achieve better scores, one must prepare for the exam according to its syllabus and exam pattern.
Here, in this article, we have provided the syllabus as well as exam pattern for the convenience of the aspirants.
Child Development and Pedagogy
The concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
Important child development and learning theories
Learning and Pedagogy
The concept of development and its relationship with learning
Child thinking and thought
Food and Shelter
Family and Friends
Water and Travel
Things we Make and Do
Uttar Pradesh Related topics
Social & Political Life
Economic and Static GK
Uttar Pradesh Related Questions
Pedagogy of Science
The World of the Living
Natural Phenomena & Resources
Moving Things People and Ideas
How Things Function
Food and Material
Pedagogy of Mathematics
Average, Profit and Loss
Algebra & Mensuration
Time, Work, Speed and Distance\Percentage and Ratio
Number System & Simplification
UP-TET is based on the National Curriculum Framework in which graduates, including BA, BSc, and BCom etc are eligible to take the test. To be appointed as a teacher, all BEd. Graduates need to pass the written exam. TET consists of two papers, Paper I and Paper-II.
Paper I – is conducted for aspirants opting for selection to class I to V and Paper II – is conducted for aspirants opting for selection to class VI to VIII.
If a candidate wants to apply for Class 1 to 8 he will have to qualify both the papers.
Generally, the UPBEB conducts the exam for Paper-II in the morning session (9.30 am to 12.00 noon) and Paper-I exam in the evening session (2.00 pm to 4.30 pm). The duration of the exam is 2.30 hours.
Structure of Paper I (for Classes I to V) Primary Stage:
Structure of Paper-II (for Classes VI to VIII) Elementary Stage:
|Language I (compulsory)
|Language II (compulsory)
|Child Development and Pedagogy
||Social Studies/Social Science
||Mathematics and Science
||Language I (compulsory)
||Language II (compulsory)
||Child Development & Pedagogy(compulsory)
Candidates are required to choose between subject 1 & 2.