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Jharkhand TET Syllabus 2016

The Jharkhand Academic Council has proposed to conduct the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) soon for filling the vacancies in the Primary and Upper Primary Schools in the state. The Syllabus of the examination is published by the board. The details of the recruitment are open on the official website www.jac.nic.in. The syllabus of the exam can be found below.

JAC TET Exam Pattern

JAC TET Level 1 Exam Pattern

The applicants who are eligible for the recruitment must attend the written exam as follows.

  • It is an OMR based objective type examination
  • Each right entry carries one mark.
  • There shall be no negative marks for the wrong answer.
  • The test will be conducted for total marks of 150 with multiple choice type questions.
SL. No Exam Type Subjects Number of Questions Total Marks
1 Objective Type Child Development and Pedagogy Study 30 30
2 Language I(Hindi or English )(Urdu or English for Urdu Teacher) 30 30
3 Language II ( Regional Language) 30 30
4 Mathematics 30 30
5 Environmental Science 30 30
Total Marks 150  150

Jharkhand TET Level 2 Examination Pattern

  • The level 2 test will be conducted for the applicants who are eligible for higher level schools.
  • The Examination will be conducted for a total of 210 marks with 200 Multiple choice type questions.
SL. No Examination Type Subject No. of Questions Marks
1 Objective Type Child Development and Pedagogy (Mandatory) 30 30
2 Language I (Mandatory) (Hindi/EnglishUrdu/English) 30 30
3 Language II (Mandatory) Regional Language 30 30
4 (i) For Mathematics and Science teachers 60 60
4 (ii) For Social Science teachers 60 60
Total Marks 210 210

JAC TET Level 1 Examination Syllabus

Child Development and Pedagogy Study
  • Understanding diverse learners.
  • Adjustment.
  • Personality.
  • Motivation and Implications for Learning.
  • Action Research.
  • Teaching learning process.
  • How Children learn and think.
  • Theories of learning and its implication.
  • Individual Differences.
  • Meaning Concept of learning and its processes.
  • Intelligence.
  • Meaning and purposes of Assessment.
  • Learning Difficulties.
  • Child Development.
  • The Role of Heredity and environment.
  • Right to Education Act 2009.
  • Factors Affecting Learning.

Language – I

  • Principles of Teaching English.
  • Teaching Learning Materials.
  • Framing Questions Including Wh-questions.
  • Unseen Prose Passage.
  • Development of Language Skills, Teaching Learning Materials.
  • Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluation.
  • Unseen Prose Passage.

Language – II

  • Basic knowledge of English Sounds and their Phonetic Transcription.
  • Modal Auxiliaries, Phrasal Verbs and Idioms, Literary Terms.
  • Principles of Teaching English, Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching, Challenges of Teaching English.
  • Unseen Poem.
  • Unseen Prose Passage.

Mathematics:

  • Division.
  • Multiplication.
  • Numbers.
  • Volume.
  • Addition and Subtraction.
  • Measurement.
  • Geometry.
  • Shapes & Spatial Understanding.
  • Weight.
  • Time.
  • Data Handling.
  • Pedagogical issue.
  • Patterns.
  • Money.
  • LCM & HCF.
  • Decimal Fractions.

Environmental Studies

  • Water .
  • Food, resources and care.
  • Natural Resources.
  • Parts of Body (internal & external).
  • Solar System.
  • Clothes dresses & their care.
  • Basic needs.
  • Health, healthy habits & personal hygiene.
  • Our Surroundings.
  • Air.
  • Habitats, types.
  • Our Punjab.
  • Looking at the trees, plants & animals.
  • Group songs.
  • Festivals (school, family & national).
  • Living and nonliving.
  • Geographical features and changes.
  • Parts of plants.
  • Community Buildings.
  • Days and Nights.
  • Disposal of solid waste.
  • Local Bodies (Rural & Urban).
  • Pollution.
  • Weather & climate.
  • Transportation, communication and its development.
  • National property.
  • Disaster management.
  • First Aid.
  • Diseases.

Jharkhand TET Syllabus for Level – II

Mathematics:

  • Compound Interest Discount.
  • Algebra.
  • Fractions Exponents; surds, squares, cube, square root.
  • Whole Numbers.
  • Playing with Numbers.
  • Negative Numbers and Integers.
  • Knowing our Numbers.
  • Cube root Profit & Loss.
  • Number System.
  • Introduction to Algebra; Algebraic identities, polynomials.
  • Ratio and Proportion.
  • Basic geometrical ideas (2-D).
  • Geometry.
  • Understanding Elementary Shapes (2-D and 3-D).
  • Data handling, statistics.
  • Symmetry: (reflection).
  • Mensurations; circle, sphere, cone, cylinder, triangles.
  • Constructions (using Straight edge Scale, protractor, compasses).
  • Quadrilateral.

Science:

  • The structure of Atom.
  • Molecule.
  • Water.
  • Cleaning food.
  • Metals & Nonmetals.
  • Materials.
  • Components of food.
  • Air.
  • Change of matter.
  • Carbon.
  • Food.
  • Sources of food.
  • Compounds.
  • The World of Living organisms, microorganism and diseases.
  • Moving Things People and Ideas.
  • Soil.
  • Food; production & management.
  • Effect of population growth & human activities in the environment.
  • Acids, base, salt.
  • Materials of daily use.
  • Natural Phenomena.
  • Motion.
  • Force.
  • Electric current and circuits.
  • Work & Energy.
  • The Universe.
  • Environmental concerns; regional & national.
  • Light.
  • Pedagogical issues.
  • Sources of energy.
  • Natural Resources.
  • Magnets & magnetism.
  • Pollution.
  • Soun.

TET Syllabus Social Studies or Social Sciences:

History

  • Architecture.
  • Contacts with Distant lands.
  • The First Cities.
  • The Early States.
  • New Ideas.
  • The First Empire.
  • Creation of an Empire.
  • New Kings and Kingdoms.
  • Political Developments.
  • Culture and Science.
  • India After Independence.
  • Sultans of Delhi.
  • Regional Cultures.
  • The Nationalist Movement.
  • Social Change.
  • The Earliest Societies.
  • Colonialism and Tribal Societies.
  • The Revolt of 1857-58.
  • Challenging the Caste System.
  • Rural Life and Society.
  • Women and reform.
  • The First Farmers and Herders.
  • The Establishment of Company Power.

Geography:

  • Human Environment: settlement, transport and communication.
  • Resources: Types- Natural and Human.
  • Globe.
  • Geography – social study and as a science.
  • The environment in its totality: natural and human environment.
  • Air.
  • Water.
  • Agriculture.
  • Planet: Earth in the solar system.

Social and Political Life (Civics):

  • Unpacking Gender.
  • Local Government.
  • The Judiciary.
  • Democracy.
  • Social Justice and the Marginalised.
  • The Constitution.
  • Understanding Media.
  • Making a Living.
  • Diversity.
  • Pedagogical issues.
  • Parliamentary Government.
  • State Government.
  • Government.

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