Syllabus & Marks Distribution of CTET Exam Paper I & II

Teaching job is an honourable and passionate job not only in India but also all over the world. To be a teacher in India, the candidate must be qualified TET exams. CTET is one of the popular and high competitive tests of this nation. Find the syllabus and full marks distribution of Central teacher eligibility test(CTET). This exam takes twice a year and is divided into two papers.


Important facts of CTET Exams

Paper I: This Test for the Teaching post for Class I to V. Full Marks 150 and time duration allowed 2 Hours and 30 Minutes.

Paper-II:  For the teaching posts of Class VI to VIII. This test takes for 150 marks and allowed time duration of 2 horse and 30 minutes.

♦♦ Both papers takes with MCQ question papers and there are no negative marks for wrong answers and qualifying marks is 60%.

♦♦ Qualifying CTET does not ensure confirm jobs. Just it ensures that you are eligible for teaching posts. It allows applying for further steps of teacher recruitment.

Subject and marks distribution of Paper I

The Paper I exam takes for teacher selection of Class I to V. The question paper set from five subjects. Marks distribution and no of questions have provided in below table.

Subject No of Questions Full marks
Child Development and Pedagogy (Compulsory) 30 30
Language I 30 30
Language II 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Environment Studies 30 30
Total → 150 150

Subjects and Marks Distribution of Paper-II

The second paper is for those candidates who eligible and intend for the teaching posts for Class Vi to VIII. This Teacher Eligibility Test divided into two streams and these are
1. Mathematics and Science teacher &
2. Social Studies/Social Science.
Total four subjects have enlisted on the syllabus. Lok at below table for brief information.

Subject No of Questions Full marks
Child Development and Pedagogy (Compulsory) 30 30
Language I(Compulsory) 30 30
Language II(Compulsory) 30 30
Mathematics and Science (for Mathematics and Science teacher) 60 60
Social Studies/Social Science(For Social Studies/Social Science Teachers) 60 60
Total → 150 150

A candidate can participate in both papers if the participant has required eligibility.

Hope this CTET exam Syllabus article helped you with the marks distribution and subject name according to the papers. We also hope that you are preparing well for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test and you will build our nation perfectly.

Center teacher eligibility Test details Links

Here you got the CTET Exam syllabus details. If you want to know about the latest notification related online application, exam date, admit card answer key details then you can follow the official CTET website or you can also follow ours other two pages where we provide this information.

  1. Official Website for CTET(CTET.NIC.In) Click Here
  2. Click for the latest CTET Online form.
  3.  Click for CTET Answer key and result.
  4.  Get Admit card updates of CTET

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