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CTET November 2012 Syllabus

by Anil Attri Service provider

CTET is conducted by CBSE every year with an aim to impart education to every part of the country and achieve the right to education goals. Clearing CTET is not a big deal if you have prepared well or have taken coaching from a reputed centre before appearing for the examination. Clearing CTET has become mandatory for everyone who wants to obtain a teachers job in government run schools after the RTE came into being. For the candidates planning to appear for the CTET 2012 November, it is important to visit the official website of the CTET and make sure that they have all the information associated with the CTET November 2012.

This year, the CTET will be conducted on November 18 and candidates can apply online through the CBSE website of cbse.nic.in or ctet.nic.in till the last date august 31, 2012. This approach has brought in a drastic change and has set a benchmark for teacher quality in the recruitment process. The CTET shall apply to schools of the central government schools under the administrative control of Chandigarh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli and NCT of Delhi. CTET may also apply to the unaided private schools who exercise the option of considering it. The CTET November syllabus is available on its official website for paper I and paper II.

CTET Syllabus 2012 for Paper-1
CTET Paper 1 for Candidates, who intends to be a Teacher for classes 1 to 5
(1) Child Development and Pedagogy – 30 questions and 30 marks
(2) Language I – 30 questions and 30 marks
(3) Language II – 30 questions and 30 marks
(4) Mathematics – 30 questions and 30 marks
(5) Environment Studies – 30 questions and 30 marks
Total Number of Questions:150
Total Marks:150
Total Exam Duration:90 minutes
Type of Questions: Multiple type
Negative Marks: No

CTET Syllabus 2012 for Paper 2
CTET Paper 2 for Candidates, who intends to be a teacher for classes 6 to 8

Compulsory:
(1) Child Development and Pedagogy – 30 questions and 30 marks
(2) Language I – 30 questions and 30 marks
(3) Language II – 30 questions and 60 marks

Optional:
(4) a) For mathematics and Science teacher – 60 questions and 60 marks
b) For Social Studies/Social Science teacher – 60 questions and 60 marks.
For more details on CTET Full Syllabus, the candidate appearing for the test can visit the official website and get informed of the complete syllabus.

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