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CBSE CTET 2014 Exam Scheme n Paper I n Paper II Pattern Details

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Latest Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2014 Paper I and Paper II Pattern and Scheme of Examination- Detailed CBSE CTET 2014 Paper Format and Sections wise marks details.

Recently we notified you about the official advertisement of CBSE CTET Exam 2014, in the chain of information relate to CTET 2014 this post of mine contains the CBSE Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2014 Exam Pattern and Paper Scheme.

The CTET Test is formatted on a MCQ based objective type question paper, on each right answer you will be able to score + 1. The good thing about CBSE CTET Test paper is No Negative Marking so you can attempt all questions without fear of rated negative. The CTET 2014 Test is divided into 2 papers-

CTET 2014 Patter- Paper 1 and Paper II

  1. The paper one is required to clear by candidates who have applied for CTET Class 1 to 5
  2. Whereas the Paper II refers to candidates appearing for CTET Class VI to VIII
Note:
If a candidate wish to clear the eligibility test of both level i.e. CTET Classes I to V and CTET Classes VI to VIII then he need to clear the both papers (CTET Paper 1 and CTET Paper II)

CTET Paper 1 Detailed Pattern and Structure of Question Paper:

  • Duration: 2.50 Hours
  • Paper Type: MCQ Based
  • Sections: All Compulsory
  • Negative Marking: N/A
Subjects
Section wise Questions
Marks for Each Section
Pedagogy of Child Development 30 Q. 30 Max Marks
Language One 30 Q. 30 Max Marks
Language Two 30 Q. 30 Max Marks
Math 30 Q. 30 Max Marks
Environmental Studies 30 Q. 30 Max Marks
Total 150 Questions 150 Marks

CTET 2014 Question Paper Standard and Type of Question:

  1. The first section i.e. Child Development and Pedagogy is based on teaching psychology of nurturing for the students/children of 6 to 11 Year age group. So the questions will frame your psychology towards students, how you should treat them, their attributes and understanding of refining talent etc.
  2.  The language test one will carry questions to judge your proficiency and expertness over the medium of instructions whereas the language test II is made to judge your knowledge over various communication styles, language elements and ability of comprehension. Actually the language test II is a paper of communication.
  3.  The environmental studies and mathematic section will be pertaining questions of normal competitive level examinations in that you are going to face questions like various concepts, theories, problem solving skills and pedagogical skills of syllabus subjects.
  4.  The Paper I belongs to the NCERT CBSE syllabus books of Classes I to V but as the test is made to check you eligibility of being a teacher formally so the difficulty aspects of question paper going to be of higher level.

CTET Paper II Detailed Pattern and Paper Format for Classes VI to VIII Teaching Eligibility Test

  • Paper Type: MCQ Based
  • Duration: 2.50 Hours
  • Negative Marking: N/A

Section wise Paper II Patten Details:

Subjects (All Compulsory)
Section wise Questions
Marks for Each Section
Pedagogy  of Child Development 30 Q. 30
Language Test One 30 Q. 30
Language Test II 30 Q. 30
a) Math/Science Teacher 60 Q. 60
b) Social Studies / Social Science for SC Teachers 60 Q. 60
For other subjects applicants either part ( a ) or part ( b )
Grand Total 150 MCQs 150 Marks

Language of the CTET Question Papers:

The question paper will allow you to answer in English or Hindi language. Any you prefer and comfortable with.

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