CBSE CTET 2021: All you need to know

CBSE CTET 2021
CBSE CTET 2021

Today, September 20, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) began the registration procedure for the central teacher eligibility test (CTET).

Today, September 20, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) began the registration procedure for the central teacher eligibility test (CTET). This exam determines a candidate’s eligibility for appointment as a teacher in grades 1 to 8. This year’s exam will be computer-based and will take place between December 16 and January 13.

The CTET will consist of two papers: paper 1 will be for individuals wishing to teach in grades 1 to 5, while paper 2 will be for those wishing to teach in grades 6 to 8. A person who wishes to teach at both levels must appear for both examinations.

The validity of CTET certificate is for lifetime.

The paper 1 would comprise questions from child development and pedagogy, language 1, language 2, mathematics and environmental studies. 

The Paper 2 will comprise questions from Child Development & Pedagogy, language 1, language 2, mathematics and science or social studies or social science.

For paper 1, 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; for paper 2, the test items on child development and pedagogy will focus on educational psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the age group of 11-14 years. They will concentrate on comprehending the traits and requirements of varied learners, on interacting with them, and on the characteristics and characteristics of an effective facilitator of learning.

Language 1 of paper 1 will concentrate on proficiencies associated with the medium of instruction, whereas language 2 will concentrate on language aspects, communication abilities, and understanding abilities. Mathematics, Environmental Studies, social studies, and social science test items will focus on the subjects’ concepts, problem-solving ability, pedagogical comprehension, and applications. In each of these subject areas, the exam items will be evenly dispersed across the various divisions of the NCERT-prescribed syllabus for classes 1 to 8.

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