Every state conducts a state-level Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) exam. These exams authorize the qualification of candidates to be a teacher in primary and secondary school. These exams are considered very tough to qualify as it demands very adequate reasoning and comprehension skills. Every state has its own guidelines, exam patterns, and syllabus. The educational system of the state inflance These elements. In this article, we will compare two of the most important states in terms of the education system in India. We will try to discuss the key differences between Karnataka TET and Madhya Pradesh TET.
Exam Pattern Of KARTET
Karnataka TET exams are taken by School education Karnataka. Optional exam languages are English, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, and Marathi. The time limit of KARTET is 2:30 hours and candidates have to try their best to solve 150 multiple-choice questions. There is no negative or minus marking. KARTET is divided into two segments, Paper I is for candidates who wish to be a teacher for class I to class V and paper II is for candidates who wish to be a teacher of class V to class VIII.
Syllabus Of KARTET
The syllabus of KARTET has been specifically guided by the education board of Karnataka. It covers all teaching aspects that lead to education, reasoning, and individual growth of a child. Some of the major syllabus subjects are given below.
- Child Development and Pedagogy
- Language comprehension, development, and ability to comply with learning materials.
- Basic mathematics knowledge with additional understanding of algebra, geometry, and logical thinking.
- Subjective modules of environmental science, the life cycle of all organisms, energy sources, human health, environmental physics, and chemistry.
- Social studies consist of intermediate expertise in history, geography, social and political life, and Pedagogical issues. For those who are applying for higher school teachers, this syllabus becomes a detailed one and demands major level expertise in all subjects.
- Child development, mental health, and behavioral impact. Socializing the individuality and nature of a child.
- Critical multidimensional thinking with impactful learning and thoughts assessments.
- Understanding the inclusive education of a child. Uniting the diversity with the talent and skills of a child. Special attention to children in need.
- Learning and Pedagogy. Emotional, cognitive, and motivational learning. Guidance, aptitude, and memory measurements.
- The language I and Language II. All the basic reasoning, logical, comprehension, and passage questions.
- Mathematics. Basic expressions and formulas of maths. Algebra, logical expression, geometry, number system, measure units and etc.
- Environmental studies. Natural resources, animals, plants, and human life cycle. Space science, pollution, and natural reactions.
- Child Development & Pedagogy for CTET & STET (Paper 1 and 2). Added Past Questions
- NCERT books
- Logical Reasoning and Quantitative aptitude by R.S. Aggarwal and S. Chand
- Environmental Studies ( Wiley Publications)
- Mathematics Exam Goalpost (Wiley Publications)
- English Language by Geeta Sahni
- NCERT books
Environmental Studies ( Wiley Publications)
Exam Pattern Of MPTET
Madhya Pradesh Primary Teacher Eligibility Test is primarily known as MPTET. This exam is conducted by the Professional Examination Board (Bhopal). All candidates can apply for this exam online, with required documents and a basic fee of 600 rupees for general/OBC and 300 for SC/ST category. The single paper is divided into 4 subjects: Language – I, Language – II, Child Development & Pedagogy, Environmental Science, Mathematics. Each category has 30 questions with one mark for each successfully completed question. In total, the candidate has to complete 150 questions in 2:30 hours, and ticking every question is mandatory.
Syllabus Of MPTET
PEB also releases the syllabus alongside the exam dates. The core and framework syllabus helps the candidate to prepare and practice wisely for MPTET exams. PEB conducts this exam for primary teacher and high school teacher both. The basics of the syllabus are quite similar to KARTET but due to regional preferences, some measures have been taken.
Required books for best preparation. These books will enhance all the courses and syllabus for this exam