TET

Gujarat TET Syllabus 2017

Gujarat TET Syllabus 2017 and Exam Pattern for Teacher Eligibility Test is available here. Hence, candidates who are going to attend the exam can refer the GTET Syllabus. We have also updated the direct link to download Gujarat Teacher Eligibility Test Syllabus. So, interested applicants can check the GTET Exam Syllabus @ www.ojas.guj.nic.in.

TET Syllabus

The Students who are searching for GTET Syllabus and Exam Pattern. The Gujarat TET syllabus helps the candidates to have the knowledge about the level of the Exam. Once you know the level of the Exam, you can plan the preparation strategy. Nowadays perfect preparation plan is very important to get a good score in the written test. But to have a smart preparation we need to know the topics under Gujarat Teacher Eligibility Test. For that, we have attached the GTET Syllabus and Gujarat Teacher Eligibility Test pattern along with the previous papers. The Gujarat TET Previous Papers helps the candidates for time management. The time management plays a key role in the Examination.

Selection Procedure for GTET Recruitment

The candidates who applied for the Gujarat TET Notification are selected based on their performance in the following rounds. Applicants who got the minimum cut off marks in the written test are allowed to attend the interview.

  1. Written Examination.

GTET Paper I:

SL. No Test Type Subjects No. of Questions Marks Duration
1 Objective Type Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30 90 minutes
2 Language I 30 30
3 Language II 30 30
4 Mathematics 30 30
5 Environmental Studies 30 30
Total 150 150


Gujarat TET Paper 2:

SL. No Test Type Subjects No. of Questions Marks Duration
1 Objective Type Child Development and Pedagogy (compulsory) 30 30 90 minutes
2 Language I (compulsory) 30 30
3 Language II (compulsory) 30 30
4 (i) For Mathematics and Science teacher 60 60
4 (ii) For Social Science teacher 60 60
Total 150 150

Syllabus for Gujarat Teacher Eligibility Test

The Gujarat TET Syllabus covered topics are as follows. The Applicants can use this syllabus for the better result.

Child Development and Pedagogy:
  • Child Development.
  • The Role of Heredity and environment.
  • Meaning and Concept of learning and its processes.
  • Factors Affecting Learning.
  • Theories of learning and its implication.
  • How Children learn and think.
  • Motivation and Implications for Learning.
  • Individual Differences.
  • Personality.
  • Intelligence.
  • Understanding diverse learners.
  • Learning Difficulties.
  • Adjustment.
  • Teaching learning process.
  • Meaning and purposes of Assessment.
  • Action Research.
  • The right to Education Act 2009.
Language I:
  • Unseen Prose Passage.
  • Unseen Prose Passage.
  • Framing Questions Including Wh-questions.
  • Principles of Teaching English.
  • Teaching Learning Materials.
  • Development of Language Skills, Teaching Learning Materials.
  • Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluation.
Language II:
  • Unseen Prose Passage.
  • Unseen Poem.
  • Modal Auxiliaries, Phrasal Verbs, and Idioms, Literary Terms.
  • Basic knowledge of English Sounds and their Phonetic Transcription.
  • Principles of Teaching English, Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching, Challenges of Teaching English.
Mathematics:
  • Geometry.
  • Shapes & Spatial Understanding.
  • Numbers.
  • Addition and Subtraction.
  • Multiplication.
  • Division.
  • Measurement.
  • Weight.
  • Time.
  • Volume.
  • Data Handling.
  • Patterns.
  • Money.
  • LCM & HCF.
  • Decimal Fractions.
  • Pedagogical issue
Environmental Studies:
  • Our Surroundings.
  • Parts of Body (internal & external).
  • Natural Resources.
  • Our Punjab.
  • Solar System.
  • Basic needs.
  • Food, resources, and care.
  • Water .
  • Air.
  • Habitats, types.
  • Clothes dresses & their care.
  • Group songs.
  • Festivals (school, family & national).
  • Health, good habits & personal hygiene.
  • Looking after the trees, plants & animals.
  • Living and nonliving.
  • Parts of plants.
  • Geographical features and changes.
  • Days and Nights.
  • Disposal of solid waste.
  • Local Bodies (Rural & Urban).
  • Transportation, communication and its development.
  • Pollution.
  • National property.
  • Weather & climate.
  • Community Buildings.
  • Diseases.
  • First Aid.
  • Disaster management.

Gujarat TET Syllabus for Paper – II

Mathematics:
  • Number System.
  • Knowing our Numbers.
  • Playing with Numbers.
  • Whole Numbers.
  • Negative Numbers and Integers.
  • Fractions Exponents; surds, squares, cube, square root.
  • cube root Profit & Loss.
  • Compound Interest Discount.
  • Algebra.
  • Introduction to Algebra; Algebraic identities, polynomials.
  • Ratio and Proportion.
  • Geometry.
  • Basic geometrical ideas (2-D).
  • Understanding Elementary Shapes (2-D and 3-D).
  • Symmetry: (reflection).
  • Constructions (using Straight edge Scale, protractor, compasses).
  • Quadrilateral.
  • Mensurations; circle, sphere, cone, cylinder, triangles.
  • Data handling, statistics.
Science:
  • Food.
  • Sources of food.
  • Components of food.
  • Cleaning food.
  • Materials.
  • Materials of daily use.
  • Air.
  • Water.
  • Change of matter.
  • The structure of Atom.
  • Molecule.
  • Compounds.
  • Metals & Nonmetals.
  • Carbon.
  • Soil.
  • Acids, base, salt.
  • The World of the Living organisms, microorganism, and diseases.
  • Food; production & management.
  • Moving Things People and Ideas.
  • Effect of population growth & human activities in the environment.
  • The Universe.
  • Force.
  • Motion.
  • Work & Energy.
  • Electric current and circuits.
  • Magnets & magnetism.
  • Light.
  • Soun.
  • Natural Phenomena.
  • Natural Resources.
  • Sources of energy.
  • Environmental concerns; regional & national.
  • Pollution.
  • Pedagogical issues.

TET Syllabus Social Studies/ Social Sciences:

History:
  • When, Where and How.
  • The Earliest Societies.
  • The First Farmers and Herders.
  • The First Cities.
  • The Early States.
  • New Ideas.
  • The First Empire.
  • Contacts with Distant lands.
  • Political Developments.
  • Culture and Science.
  • New Kings and Kingdoms.
  • Sultans of Delhi.
  • Architecture.
  • Creation of an Empire.
  • Social Change.
  • Regional Cultures.
  • The Establishment of Company Power.
  • Rural Life and Society.
  • Colonialism and Tribal Societies.
  • The Revolt of 1857-58.
  • Women and reform.
  • Challenging the Caste System.
  • The Nationalist Movement.
  • India After Independence.
Geography:
  • Geography as a social study and as a science.
  • Planet: Earth in the solar system.
  • Globe.
  • The environment in its totality: natural and human environment.
  • Air.
  • Water.
  • Human Environment: settlement, transport and communication.
  • Resources: Types- Natural and Human.
  • Agriculture.
Social and Political Life (Civics):
  • Diversity.
  • Government.
  • Local Government.
  • Making a Living.
  • Democracy.
  • State Government.
  • Understanding Media.
  • Unpacking Gender.
  • The Constitution.
  • Parliamentary Government.
  • The Judiciary.
  • Social Justice and the Marginalised.
  • Pedagogical issues.