LEET COACHING CLASSES IN DELHI UTTAM NAGAR

The LEET stands for Lateral Entry Entrance Exam. LEET Exam is conduct by Every State Technical Education Board. There is different syllabus for different Universities. This is a Entrance exam for students of all streams of Engineering/ Technology Diploma holders seeking admission to 2nd year of B.E. / B.Tech. courses under Lateral Entry Scheme. The examination has multiple choice questions . leet copy

The students have to complete their diploma degree in any discipline from recognized state technical board. The students have to score 60% marks in diploma degree and they should not have any backlog in diploma degree. The student’s age must not be above 28 years.

Syllabus

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Applied Mathematics??????????.???????.????????(25%)
Applied Mechanics?????????????????????????..(25%)
Computer Awareness & Physics/Chemistry related knowledge?????????????????(25%)
Analytical & Logical Reasoning??????..(25%)
Number of questions and marks per question may vary from university to university but the general format of the test remains the same for most of the universities and institutions. There is negative marking for each wrong answer ie is 25% of the right answer

Scheme of the Test

The test paper will contain 150 objective- type question in all. Each question will be provided with four alternative answers marked as (1), (2), (3) and (4). Out of these, only one correct or most appropriate answer should be selected and marked on the OMR answer sheet.
Each question shall carry four marks.
There will be negative marking for incorrect answers. One mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
The test will be of two and a half hours duration and will carry 600 marks.
The medium of the tests will be English only.
Candidates should bring a black ball point pen to the examination hall for writing/ marking response (darkening the Ovals) on OMR answer sheet. Use of pencil is not allowed.
No requests for re-checking , re-evaluation, re-assessment or security of OMR answer sheet will be entertained.
For those who are unable to appear in the test on the scheduled date for any reason, retest will not be held by the University under any circumstances. No refund of fee is permissible.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Consistent Classroom guidance
Meticulously designed Study Material
Review of Previous years question papers
Regular model Mock tests on exam patterns
One on One attention
Time Bound Completion
Experienced full time faculty
Small batches
5 days a week classes
Special Weekend batches
Weekly tests
Accommodation for outstation students (PG)

LEET TRAINING IN DELHI NCR UTTAM NAGAR

Competition Gurukul provides the best coaching in Delhi ?for the final year polytechnic students preparing for LEET targeting IP/DTU/Jamia milia and other colleges.

The Syllabus is covered according to the new pattern of exams as per standard which covers:

1.Mechanics.

2.Computer Science.

3.Reasoning.

4. Maths.

5.physics .

6.chemistry.

Training is provided in Week end and on holidays so that students can join along with their final year polytechnic studies.We also provide the regular batch for the droppers who only prepares for the LEET entrance exam ?for taking admission in second year of engineering college.

Know the Admission Procedure of Pusa Polytechnic, the Courses offered by it

Pusa Polytechnic is the leading Diploma Teachncal Institute in Delhi and id better known for its standardised diploma couses all over India. It was established in 1962 with motto “Each One Teach One” and is affiliated to the Board of DTTE (Technical Education and All India Council of Technical Education), under the aegis of Govt. of NCT of Delhi.

Pusa Polytechnic is considered as “Mecca” for the job ensured Diploma Courses. A person who is class X (Tenth) passed out with minimum aggregate marks of 35% in Mathematics, Science and English together and has age below 21 years (with an exception of 24 years for those wanting admission in Vocational Engineering) can take admission in any of the Diploma courses of Pusa Polytechnic through a CWE (Common ?Entrance Examination), conducted by the DTTE?(Technical Education and All India Council of Technical Education).

Important Information Regarding Common Entrance Test Conducted By DTTE

  • The Application form for exam is filled Online in the first half month of April by visiting the official admission link cetdelhiexam.nic.in
  • 85% of the total candidates taken by Pusa affiliated Govt. institutions (after qualifying exam by the candidates) are from Delhi schools. Only 15 % qualifying students are from outside Delhi

Courses Offered

S.No.

Discipline

Sanctioned ?Intake


Duration of Course
Full Time/Part-Time

Morning Evening
1. Automobile Engg. 60 Full Time
2. Automobile Engg. 60 PartTime
3. Civil Engg. 60 30 Full Time
4. Civil Engg. (Spl. in Construction Engg.) 60 Full Time
5. Electrical Engg. 60 30 Full Time
6. Electronics & Comm. Engg. 60 30 Full Time
7. Electronics & Comm. Engg 60 ?30 Full Time
8. Electronics & Comm. Engg. 60 Part Time
9. Mechanical Engg. 120 30 Full Time
?10. Printing Technology ?60 ?30 ?Full Time

Course Duration

Full Time Courses ?- ?It is baically a 3 year course
Part Time Courses – ?It is basically a 4 year course

Admission Criteria

The candidates who are eligible for the courses in the Pusa Polytechnic can apply through a common entrance test organized by the Directorate of Training and Technical Education, Delhi Government for this purpose.

The entrance exam provides admission in the full time diploma courses for all the 11 government polytechnics in the colleges of NCR (National Capital Region). The entrance exam is mostly organized in the second week of June for all the eligible candidates.

The candidates who have qualified in the exam from the schools located in Delhi will be provided 85% of the total seats as made available in the government and government aided colleges.

Best Coaching for Polytechnic Entrance Test

Competition Gurukul feels pride and honored to inform all aspirants of?Polytechnic Entrance Exam – 2016 that most of our students of Polytechnic Entrance Coaching Batch of 2015 have been placed into top Polytechnic Colleges of Delhi and NCR (mainly in Government colleges).

The registration plus demo class?for fresh batches?of?Polytechnic Entrance Exam Coaching?have begun. Currently, one batch is already running.?Be the first?to register your slot for getting immediate benefit.

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CTET Complete Study Material Download for English Language Pedagogy

English Language Pedagogy is an important section in CTET Papaer-1 and Paper-2 Exam which covers 15 marks out of 30 Marks weightage of English subject. And we know that no candidate want to miss those 15 marks. However, it is very tedious job to ?make and search suitable notes for Pedagogy of English subject.

Competition Gurukul has uploading the complete study material for English Subject Pedagogy which is concise, precise and revised material for CTET Exams.

Section – 1 : Important Sayings about Language (English)
  1. ?Language is one of the most important characteristic forms of human behavior? ? Gleason
  2. ?English is our major window in the modern world?- Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru.
  3. ?A single shelf of a good European literature (English) is worth the whole literature of India and Arabia?- Lord Macaulay
  4. ?Mother-tongue is the basic of all words? ? Ryburn
  5. ?Guided composition is not a panacea for all the problems of teaching composition to foreign student? ? Allen and Campbell
  6. The standard Indian pronunciation should be free from the gravitational pull of mother-tongue? ? Menon and Patel
  7. ?Reading make a full man, writing an exact man and conference a ready man? ? Francis Bacon
  8. ?English spelling is a national misfortune to England and international misfortune to rest of the world? ? Max Mueller
  9. ?Spelling is caught rather than taught? ? W.S. Tompkinson
  10. ?A minimum of fifteen minutes in a day should be given to learning spelling? ? J.M. Rice

Section – 2 : Concepts of a Language

(Important Points)

  1. Father of Modern linguistics(i.e related to a language) ? Ferdinand de Saussure
  2. Branches of Linguistics
    A. Historical linguistics: It is a branch of linguistic studies which uses the applications of the basic principles of the linguistic science to language teaching

? ? ? ? ? It explores different aspects of language change:

  • Etymology: Studying the reconstruction and origin of words.
  • Dialectology : It concerns the historical study of dialects ( ). Features which are usually a matter for debate are grammatical variations between two dialects, and phonological changes within a dialect over time.
  • Phonology : It concerns with the study of the sound systems which exist (or have existed) in a specific language. Studies in phonology can also concern comparative approaches to language studies between different time periods, dialects and languages.
  • Morphology/Syntax : It concerns about how the means of expression of a language evolve over time. It is usually focused on inflectional systems, grammatical structures, and word order.

? ? ? ? 3. Formal Properties of Language

  • Morphology : Morphology is all about our mental dictionary and the words stored in our minds;?the mental system of rules that helps us form and understand words.
  • Syntax : Syntax is one of the core areas of linguistic research, and is the study of how words are ordered in human language. What rules are necessary to describe a particular language, and how can these rules differ across languages? To use the formal OED definition, syntax is concerned with??the set of rules and principles in a language?, which relate to how??words and phrases are arranged to create well-formed sentences.??(Oxford English Dictionary:2015)
  • Phonetics: It is concerned with the PHYSICAL?production of speech sounds. It is concerned with
  • Phonology: It is concerned with theABSTRACT?units of speech. It is concerned with
  • Semantics : It is a sub-discipline of Linguistics which focuses on the study of meaning. Semantics tries to understand what meaning is as an element of language and how it is constructed by language as well as interpreted, obscured and negotiated by speakers and listeners of language.
  • Pragmatics: It is similar to semantics, but it involves the study of how speakers of a language use the language to communicate and accomplish what they want. Pragmatics looks more at the relationship between speaker and listener which allows assumptions to be made about the intended message, considering, for example, the way context contributes to meaning. A classic example is where someone is asked “Do you want some coffee?” Does the reply “Coffee will keep me awake” mean yes or no? It depends whether the person wants to stay awake – and the questioner will only understand the intended meaning if they know whether the person wants to stay awake.

What is Phoneme?

Question : Who gave psychological definition of phoneme?

Answer: Edward Sapir

What is Morphene?

Question: How many morphemes are there in the word untimely?
Answer: 3

Objective of Morphemes : To enable the pupil to
1. Master certain vocabulary
2. Write correct spellings
3. Make the correct use of words

Section – 3 : Important Pedagogical Points of English Language?

(30 Points ? Can be asked in Question Form in CTET)

  1. Subject-verb-object is the basic combination to construct a sentence in Engliah Language. It is also famously known as SVO (Subject-Verb-Object)
  2. There are total 9 patterns in English Language.
  3. Syntagmatic is the term used to specify the combination of sentence that is supported by linearity
  4. Main reasons to explain why English as a Language has gained so much importance
  • Used in the judicial work
  • Used in trade and commerce
  • Internationally admired language

Importance of teaching English as a Language in India

  • Recreational Importance
  • Cultural Importance
  • Professional Importance
  1. Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the reformist to support English education in Indian
  2. Teaching in Mother Tongue help in the development of child mentally, emotionally, and socially.

But, the use of mother-tongue causes hindrances in the teaching of English due to;

  • Idiomatic interference
  • Pronunciation Interference
  • Vocabulary Interference

Direct Method is considered as the method which completely prohibits the use of mother-tongue. But such thing is not observed with teaching through translation method and bilingual method

  1. Important information about teaching English Language
  • Teaching of English is based upon three principles:
  • Psychological
  1. Linguistic principle
  2. Pedagogical Principle

-? Basically, Structural approach is used to teach English as a foreign language

  • There are 4 Phases involved in the teaching of English:
  • Pre-production πŸ˜•This is the silent period. English language learners may have up to 500 ?words in their receptive vocabulary but they are not yet speaking. Some students will, however, repeat every thing you say. They are not really producing language but are parroting.
  • Early Production ;?This stage may last up to six months and students will develop a receptive and active vocabulary of about 1000 words. During this stage, students can usually speak in one- or two-word phrases. They can use short language chunks that have been memorized although these chunks may not always be used correctly.
  • Speech Emergence πŸ˜•Students have developed a vocabulary of about 3,000 words and can communicate with simple phrases and sentences. They will ask simple questions, that may or may not be grammatically correct, such as ? May I go to bathroom? ? ELLs will also initiate short conversations with classmates. They will understand easy stories read in class with the support of pictures. They will also be able to do some content work with teacher support. Here are some simple tasks they can complete:
  • Intermediate Fluency πŸ˜•English language learners at the intermediate fluency stage have a vocabulary of 6000 active words. They are beginning to use more complex sentences when speaking and writing and are willing to express opinions and share their thoughts. They will ask questions to clarify what they are learning in class. These English language learners will be able to work in grade level math and science classes with some teacher support. Comprehension of English literature and social studies content is increasing. At this stage, students will use strategies from their native language to learn content in English.

Question: At the upper primary stage, a child should acquire a vocabulary of words:
a. 3000??? b. 500??? c. 5000????? d. 2500
Answer: 3000

  1. English in India is best regarded as a Foreign Language though it can be used both as first as well as second language. Note that English language can be regarded as a link language, a library language or an International language depending upon its usability among general masses
  2. What is English Prose πŸ˜•Prose?is a form of language that has no formal metrical structure. It applies a natural flow of speech, and ordinary grammatical structure rather than rhythmic structure, such as in the case of traditional poetry. Normal every day speech is spoken in?prose?and most people think and write?in?prose?form.
Example of Poem:
?The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.”? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??
Example of Prose:
?The woods look lovely against the setting darkness and as I gaze into the mysterious depths of the forest, I feel like lingering here longer.? However, I have pending appointments to keep and much distance to cover before I settle in for the night or else I will be late for all of them.?
1. English Prose came into existence during 14th century.
2. The age of Elizabethan is considered very rich in prose writing.
The teaching of Prose include novel, composition and story.

The general aim of prose teaching is to help the students to develop:

  1. Interest in reading
  2. Critical thinking
  3. Comprehension abitlity
  • Grammar is basically taught by the method of Inductive-Deductive
  • Functional Grammar is a kind of grammar which is taught incidentally.
  1. Important information about Poem & Poetry
  • Mathew Arnold defined poetry as the criticism of life
  • The best method of teaching poetry is Parallel quotation, rather than comprehension or evaluation.
  • Steps for teaching a poetry-lesson
  1. Model Reading
  2. Second Reading
  3. Gist of the poem
  • Teaching of English Poetry suffers from the limitations of :
  • lack of good teachers
  • difficulty to adapt a foreign language
  • metaphors and similes
  1. Important information about grammar
  • Grammar is a practical analysis of a language
  • English can never be considered as a classical language unlike Arabic and Sanskrit
  • Types of Grammar:
  1. Descriptive
  2. Scholarly
  3. Transformational generatives
  • of name of Formal grammar, Traditional grammar or Classical Grammar
  • Perspective Grammar basically emphasize more on rules
  • Structural Grammar basically emphasize more on structure of sentence
  • The major factors that influence teaching of grammar are age, level and utility.
  1. Important information about translation
  • Translation as a method of teaching or learning a language has lost its significance because of the advent of
  1. Direct Method
  2. Situational Method
  3. Structural Approach
  • Retranslation is a process of translation from English to mother tongue and vice-versa
  • Teaching of translation can be used both as a method and a skill
  • Translation of a foreign language is basically a job of an expert but neither for a teacher nor for a student
  1. Important information about composition
  • Teaching of composition is based on the principle of Selection, Graduation and Sequence.
  • Oral composition does not help those students who are of shy nature. It will be useful for students who are creative in nature
  • Composition can be of two types ? oral or written, but not closed
  • Objective of teaching composition is to enable the student:
  1. to use vocabulary already present
  2. to make appropriate use of pronunciation
  3. to express their ideas
  • Oral composition helps in developing:
  1. Self-confidence
  2. Correct pronunciation
  3. Spontaneity of speech
  • Written composition can be written in the form of:
  1. Stories
  2. Articles
  3. Precise writing
  • Conversation and Dialogue
  • At the later stage, oral composition can be taught through Dramatization,
  • Reading is the method which is not used in guided compositionStructure of a English Sentence can be of seven types:
  • Simple sentence (independent clause): ?I went for a walk.?
  • Compound sentence, IC+CC+IC (independent clause plus coordinating conjunction plus independent clause): ?I went for a walk, and I was soothed by the gentle night air.?
  • Compound sentence, IC+S+IC (independent clause plus semicolon plus independent clause): ?I went for a walk; I was soothed by the gentle night air.?
  • Compound sentence, IC+AC+IC (independent clause plus adverbial conjunction plus independent clause): ?I went for a walk; consequently, I was soothed by the gentle night air.?
  • Complex sentence, DM+C+IC (dependent marker plus clause plus independent clause): ?Because I hoped to be soothed by the gentle night air, I went for a walk.?
  • Complex sentence, RP+C (relative pronoun plus clause): ?Whatever doubts I had about taking a walk dissipated when I was soothed by the gentle night air.?
  • Compound-complex sentence, DC+IC+CC+IC (dependent clause plus independent clause plus coordinating conjunction plus independent clause): ?As I headed out for a walk, my doubts about doing so dissipated, and I was soothed by the gentle night air.?

Banking Awareness Chapter on NABARD Bank

NABARD, which?acronyms for ?National Agricultural Bank & Rural Development, has been set up as an apex Development Bank with a mandate for?facilitating credit flow for promotion and development of:
i. agriculture,
ii. small-scale industries,
iii. cottage and village industries,
iv. handicrafts and other rural crafts.

NABARD also has the mandate to support all other allied economic activities in rural areas, promote integrated and sustainable rural development and secure prosperity of rural areas.

FUNCTIONS OF NABARD

  • Credit Functions
  • Regulatory Functions
  • Development Functions
  • Apex institution for rural finance
  • Contribution of share capital
  • Refinance Institution
  • Investment in securities
  • Financial help to non-agriculture sector
  • Conversion and rescheduling function
  • Co-ordination of activities
  • Training programs
  • Helps the state governments in reaching their targets of providing assistance to eligible institutions in agriculture and rural development

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MILESTONES OF NABARD?

District Rural Industries Project (DRIP) has generated employment for 23.34 lakh persons with 10.95 lakh units in 105 districts.

It was setup with an initial capital of Rs. 100 crore, which is in henced to 4,000 crore in 2013 fully subscribed by the Government of India and RBI.

SUBSIDIARIES OF NABARD

?Nabcons : NABARD Consultancy Services (Nabcons) is a wholly owned subsidiary promoted by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) and is engaged in providing consultancy in all spheres of agriculture, rural development and allied areas. Nabcons leverages on the core competence of the NABARD in the areas of agricultural and rural development, especially multidisciplinary projects, banking, institutional development, infrastructure, training, etc., internalized for more than two decades.

The Company is registered under the Company’s Act, 1956, with an authorized capital of Rs 250 million (US $5.75 million) and paid up capital of Rs 50 million (US $1.15 million).

In tune with NABARD’s mission to bring about rural prosperity, Nabcons has more than just commercial interest in the assignments it undertakes.

NABARD Financial Services Limited, [NABFINS] is a subsidiary of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) with equity participation from NABARD, Government of Karnataka, Canara Bank of India, Dhanalakshmi Bank and Federal Bank. It is a non-deposit taking NBFC registered with the Reserve Bank of India and shall operate throughout India. The main objectives of the Company are to provide financial services in two broad areas of agriculture and microfinance. NABFINS provides credit and other facilities for promotion, expansion, commercialization and modernization of agriculture and allied activities. NBFINS shall engage in the business of providing micro finance sections of the society for securing their prosperity in both rural and urban areas.

 

NABARD, which is the world renowned apex development bank of our country and pioneered the world’s largest microfinance movement, while promoting NABFINS has envisaged that NABFINS shall evolve into a model Microfinance Institution to set standards of governance among the MFIs, operate with exemplary levels of transparency and operate at reasonable/ moderate rates of interest.

 

Agri Business Finance (AP) Limited (ABFL) was incorporated under Companies Act., 1956 on 17 February 1997. It is a state specific financial institution registered as Non Banking Finance Company. ABFL was promoted with equity participation from National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Andhra Bank, Canara Bank, Govt of Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, State Cooperative Bank and few Industrial Houses/individuals from the State. It operates in the state of Andhra Pradesh with its registered office at Hyderabad. It is whole owned subsidiary of NABARD.

ABFL was incorporated with the objective of providing credit and to offer facilities for promotion, expansion, commercialization and modernization of enterprises engaged in Agriculture and allied activities. The organization is specifically catering to the long-term investment needs of Agriculture and allied activities since its inception from 1997.

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Congratulating 69th Independence Day to all Indians

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Competition Gurukul wishes all citizens of India a very happy and prideful Independence day. As the nation is celebrating it?s 69th Independence Day on Saturday 15 August this year, Competition Gurukul pays homage to all our martyrs who have sacrificed their precious lives to make us live free, safe & ?happy. We also salute our soldiers who defend our nation by fighting bravely so that our civilians can live in peace.

?Happy 68th Independence Day?

CTET’s Frequently Asked Questions Sept 2015

CTET Application Form Filling has begun for Sept 2015. There are varioud doubts & confusions in the minds of CTET aspirants which we have tried to resolve in our this post. Some of the important questions that arise frequently in the minds of aspirants are elicited precisely here.

Quest-1 : Where to submit CTET application/ confirmation page?

Answer:

LIST OF DESIGNATED CENTRES FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION /CONFIRMATION PAGE IN PERSON

Sl. No. DAMAN & DIU DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI
1. Office of the Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Campus, Opp. New Collectorate, Dholar, Moti Daman. DAMAN ? 396 220. Office of Chief Executive Officer District Panchayat Opp. Sachivalaya New Collectorate Building Left WingSilvassa, D&NH-396230
2. The Sarpanch,Marwad Group Gram Panchayat, Marwad, Nani Daman. DAMAN ? 396 210. The Sarpanch, Group Gram Panchayat Dapada, D&NH-396230
3. The Sarpanch,Kadaiya Group Gram Panchayat, Kadaiya, Nani Daman. DAMAN ? 396 210. The Sarpanch, Group Gram Panchayat Dadra, D&NH-396230
4. The Sarpanch,Bhimpore Group Gram Panchayat, Bhimpore, Nani Daman. DAMAN ? 396 210. The Sarpanch, Group Gram Panchayat Naroli, D&NH-396235
5. The Sarpanch,Varkund Group Gram Panchayat, Varkund, Nani Daman. DAMAN ? 396 210. The Sarpanch,Group Gram Panchayat

Samarvarni, D&NH-396230

6. The Sarpanch,Dabhel Group Gram Panchayat, Dabhel, Nani Daman. DAMAN ? 396 210. The Sarpanch, Group Gram Panchayat Rakholi, D&NH-396230
7. The Sarpanch,Kachigam Group Gram Panchayat, Kachigam, Nani Daman. DAMAN ? 396 210. The Sarpanch, Group Gram Panchayat Kilvani, D&NH-396230
8. The Sarpanch,Magarwada Group Gram Panchayat, Magarwada, Moti Daman. DAMAN ? 396 220. The Sarpanch, Group Gram Panchayat Randha, D&NH-396230
9. The Sarpanch,Patlara Group Gram Panchayat, Patlara, Moti Daman. DAMAN ? 396 220. The Sarpanch, Group Gram Panchayat Amboli, D&NH-396230
10. The Sarpanch,Damanwada Group Gram Panchayat, Damanwada, Moti Daman. DAMAN ? 396 220. The Sarpanch,Group Gram Panchayat

Khanvel, D&NH-396230

11. The Sarpanch,Pariyari Group Gram Panchayat, Pariyari, Moti Daman. DAMAN ? 396 220. The Sarpanch,Group Gram Panchayat

Mandoni, D&NH-396230

12. The Sarpanch, Vanakbara Gram Panchayat, Vanakbara, Diu. DIU ? 362 570. The Sarpanch,Group Gram Panchayat

Dudhani, D&NH-396230

13. The Sarpanch,Bucharwada Gram Panchayat, Bucharwada, Diu. DIU ? 362 571. Office of Director of Education PWD Complex Silvassa, D&NH-396230
14. The Sarpanch, Zolawadi Gram Panchayat, Zolawadi, Diu. DIU ? 362 571. Office of Chief Officer, Silvassa Municipal Council, Silvassa, D&NH-396230
15. The Vice Sarpanch, Saudwadi Gram Panchayat, Saudwadi, Diu. DIU ? 362 570.
16 Office of the Assistant Director of EducationDirectorate of Education, Opp. Hotel Sun and Sea, Jetty Road, Nani Daman. DAMAN ? 396 210.
17 Office of the Chief Officer, Daman Municipal Council, Fort Area, Moti Daman. DAMAN ? 396 220.

Ques-2:- What is the validity of CTET peeriod of CTET certificate?
Answer:

The Validity Period of CTET qualifying certificate for appointment will be seven years from the date of declaration of its result for all categories.

Quest-3:- How many people have appeared & qualified for CTET since its inception?
Answer:

?Year Number of Test Takers Qualified
??June – 2011 7,20,000 97,919
? Jan – 2012 9,00,000 55,422
? Nov – 2012 7,96,000 4,849
? July – 2013 9,20,000 1,01,200
? Feb – 2014 7,50,000 13,425
? Sep – 2014 6,65,000 37,472
? Feb ? 2015 6,70,000 80,000

Ques-4:-?What is the pattern of CTET Paper II (for classes VI to VIII) Elementary Stage?
Answer:

Duration of examination: ?One-and-a- half hours

Structure and Content:

(i)Child Development & 30 MCQs 30 Marks
Pedagogy (compulsory)
(ii)Language I (compulsory) 30MCQs 30 Marks
(iii) Language II (compulsory) 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(iv) (a) For Mathematics and 60 MCQs 60 Marks
Science teacher:
Mathematics and Science
(b) For Social Studies/Social 60 MCQs 60 Marks
Science teacher: Social
Science
(c) For any other teacher ?
either (a) or (b)

Nature and standard of questions:

  • The Test items on Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on educational psychology of teaching and learning, relevant to the age group 11 -14 years. They will focus on understanding the characteristics, needs and psychology of diverse learners, interaction with learners and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.
  • The Test items in Language I will focus on the proficiencies related to the medium of instruction. The Test items in language II will focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities. Language II will be a language other than Language I. A candidate may choose any one language as Language I and other as Language II from the available language options and will be required to specify the same in the Application Form.
  • The Test items in Mathematics and Science, and Social Studies/Social Science will focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of these subjects. The test items of Mathematics and Science will be of 30 marks each. The test items will be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject as prescribed for classes VI -VIII by the NCERT/CBSE.
  • The questions in the test for Paper II will be based on the topics prescribed in syllabus of the NCERT/CBSE for classes VI ? VIII but their difficulty standard as well as linkages, could be up to the Senior Secondary stage.

Ques-5:- What is the pattern of Paper I (for classes I to V) Primary Stage?
Answer:

Duration of examination: One-and-a-half hours

Structure and Content (All Compulsory):

(i) Child Development and Pedagogy 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(ii)Language I 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(iii)Language II 35(0 MCQs 30 Marks
(iv)Mathematics 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(v)Environmental Studies 550 MCQs 30 Marks
Total 150MCQs 150 Marks

Nature and standard of questions:

  • The Test items on Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on educational psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the age group of 6 -11 years. They will focus on understanding the characteristics and needs of diverse learners, interaction with learners and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.
  • The Test items in Language I will focus on the proficiencies related to the medium of instruction. The Test items in language II will focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities. Language II will be a language other than Language I. A candidate may choose any one language as Language I and other as Language II from the available language options and will be required to specify the same in the Application Form.
  • The Test items in Mathematics and Environmental Studies will focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of the subjects. In all these subject areas, the test items will be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject prescribed for classes I ? V by the NCERT/CBSE.
  • The questions in the test for Paper I will be based on the topics prescribed in syllabus of the NCERT/CBSE for classes I ? V but their difficulty standard as well as linkages, could be up to the Secondary stage.

Ques-6:- Is there any restriction on the number of attempts of CTET exam?
Answer:-

There is no restriction on the number of attempts a person can take for acquiring a CTET Certificate. A person who has qualified CTET may also appear again for improving his/her score.