CTET Exam Pattern Syllabus Books Sample Papers Paper I II

CBSE CTET Written Exam Pattern/Format Syllabus Books Sample Papers (Paper I, Paper II) 2014-2015

Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)
Before going into the detail of Central Teacher Eligibility Test we need to know a bit background of it. Free and compulsory education for the children act was passed in the year 2009. According to that act there was huge recruitment of teachers in various levels. However the operation was time bound. This task was enormous from every possible aspect but it was important too. There was another thing that was important too. It was very important to maintain the quality of the recruited stuffs. Just because there is huge recruitment going on does not mean anyone and everyone will get chance in it. In the following article we are going to discuss about central eligibility test. Hopefully you will find it useful.

According to the RTE act one needs to pass the Teacher Eligibility Test to get through the examination. For Junior and primary schools the minimum qualification required was standard VIII pass. However most people have that qualification but not everyone can become a teacher. That is why the Teacher eligibility test was important. NCTE has provided a certain guideline for the teacher eligibility test and no one can do anything with that. There were some basic things for any person to be eligible for the job. Teaching others is not easy and that is why it is important to check whether that person is truly eligible.

Through this recruitment test national standard must be improved and also a balance needs to be maintained in various institutions. Teacher education system is very important. This recruitment test will be the first step for that. It is important to improve the standards and that is why teacher education institutions will surely be a good option. Government has become really strict about the qualification and quality of the teacher. You must follow what they have to say in this case.

CTET Exam Information:
Class I-V: One have to appear in CTET Paper-I 
Class VI-VIII: One have to appear in CTET Paper-II

CTET Paper-I Exam Pattern:
Child Development and Pedagogy
Language I
Language II 
Mathematics
Environment Studies
Total questions: 150 and Marks 150

CTET Paper-II Written Exam Pattern:
Child Development and Pedagogy (Compulsory)
Language I (Compulsory)
Language II (Compulsory)
Optional Paper
Total questions: 150 and Marks 150

CTET Syllabus Download here

CTET Sample Papers:
Download CTET 2012 Paper November Exam (Mumbai) Paper I, II
Download CTET 2012 Paper November Exam Paper I, Paper II
Download CTET 2012 Paper May Exam Paper I, Paper II
Download CTET 2012 Paper January Exam Paper I, Paper II
Download CTET 2011 Paper-I
Download CTET 2011 Paper-II 

Recommended Books for CTET Exam Preparations:
CTET/STET Teacher Eligiblity Test ( Paper-1) Practice Work Book
CTET/STET Teacher Eligiblity Test ( Paper-1) Practice Work Book (Hindi)
CTET/STET Teacher Eligiblity Test ( Paper-II) Social Stedies Practice Work Book
CTET Paper-1 2011 (Class 1-5)-Social Studies By Expert Compilations
CTET Paper-1 2011 (Class 1-5)-Samajik Vigyan By Expert Compilations
CTET Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2011 Hindi Paper 1 (1 To 5) By Bookhives
CTET Paper-2 2011 (Class 6-8)-Math & Science By Expert Compilations
CTET Paper-1 2011 (Class 6-8)-Social Scienec By Expert Compilations
CTET Paper-2 2011 (Class 6-8)-Ganit Aur Vigyan By Expert Compilations
CTET Paper-1 2011 (Class 6-8) – Samajik Adhyayan By Expert Compilations
CTET Central Teacher Eligibility Test Hindi Paper 2 Vi To Viii

I think the information in this page will help you prepare well for the CBSE CTET Written Examination.