WB TET Syllabus 2017 PDF (Download Paper I, II Pattern)

WB TET Syllabus

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Lakhs of applicants are contributes in West Bengal Teachers Ability Test but all of them are not passed. To pass the West Bengal Teachers Ability Test with good marks applicants need good syllabus of exam. With the help of good syllabus & improved provision applicants can get good marks or grade in West Bengal Teachers Ability Test syllabus. So we are providing you here WB TET Syllabus for well preparation of exam.

WB TET Syllabus

If you desire to obtain success in exams you must organize to yourself conferring to exam syllabus & pattern. Syllabus of WB TET will responsive you how will be your exam paper and what type of questions will be in that. If you will not make to yourself conferring to exam syllabus, you can’t crack West Bengal Teachers Ability Test (WBTET).

Candidates who have involved and capable to be looked in West Bengal Teachers Ability Test apply for the exam. The contenders who see the eligibility criteria of the test they will be soon able to submit the West Bengal TET Application Form. Additional information regarding WB TET application form contenders have to check WBTET official notice.

WB TET Syllabus Short Details:

Conducting Organization
West Bengal Central School Service Commission
Name Of The Exam
West Bengal Teacher Eligibility Test
Official Site
www.wbtet.nic.in

West Bengal Teachers Ability Test (WBTET) Eligibility:

For Class I to V: Contenders must skilled senior secondary examination (or Equivalent) procurement at least 45% marks. The contenders who are in the second year of Diploma in Elementary Education / 04th Year of Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education / Second Year of Diploma in Education in Special Education and the candidates who have B.Sc./  B.A. or B.Ed degrees are also qualified to apply.

For Class VI to VIII: Aspirants who are performing or passed B.Ed / B.Sc / BA procurement at least 45%, person who performing 12th / B.Ed with 50% marks, applicants performing in the 04th year Graduate Degree in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed)/ BA/B.Sc in Education/ B.Ed in Special Education are suitable to apply.

West Bengal Teachers Ability Test Exam Pattern:

Paper I
For Classes I to V (Lower Primary Teacher)
Paper II
For Classes VI to VIII (Upper Primary Teacher)
Examination Type
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Total No. of Questions
150 MCQs
Total Marks
150 Marks
Marks
Each question carries one mark
Time Duration
90 minutes
Negative Marking
No
Qualified Marks
Minimum 50% of marks to get qualified
Exam Date
Month of March (For both paper I & paper II)
WB TET Syllabus for Paper – I (Lower Primary Teacher):

SR. NO.
Subjects
No of Questions
Marks
  01
Child development and pedagogy
        30
   30
  02
Language-I
        30
   30
  03
Environmental Studies
        30
   30
  04
Language-II
        30
   30
  05
Mathematics
        30
   30
Total
        150 MCQs
  150 Marks
WB TET Syllabus for Paper – II (Upper Primary Teacher):

SR. NO.
Subjects
No of Questions
Marks
  01
Child development and pedagogy
        30
   30
  02
Language-I
        30
   30
  03
Social Studies
        30
   30
  04
Language-II
        30
   30
  05
Mathematics & Science
        30
   30
Total
       150 MCQs
   150 Marks
WB TET Exam Date:

  • West Bengal Teachers Ability Test Exam official Dates is release very soon as possible.
  • WB TET written exam to be held in the upcoming days (For both paper I & paper II).

For more information please visit below links – 

www.wbbpe.org

www.westbengalssc.com

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