CTET July 2019: Here’s the Detailed Syllabus for Primary & Elementary Stage | Check Here

CTET 2019: CBSE has been ongoing with the application process for Central Teachers Eligibility Test July session 2019 on the official website. CBSE started the application process for CTET July 2019 on 5th February. Further, as per the official notification, the application process for CTET July session will end by 5th March 2019.

Even the syllabus regarding the Central Teachers Eligibility Test to be held in July 2019 has been out on the official website. Aspirants willing to appear for the CTET exam 2019 can check the primary and elementary stage syllabus below as well as on the official notification.

CTET 2019 (July session): Know the Primary Stage Exam Syllabus

CBSE hold Central Teachers Eligibility Test in 2 different papers, Paper I is for Primary Stage (Class I to V) and Paper II is for Secondary stage (Class VI to VIII). The question papers for both the CTET papers will be based on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for the year 2019. Candidates will get a total of 2 and a half hour time duration for each paper.

Here are the detailed syllabus to be followed by candidates who have opted for CTET Paper I- Child Development & Pedagogy (30 MCQs of 30 marks), Language I (30 MCQs of 30 marks), Language II (30 MCQs of 30 marks), Mathematics (30 MCQs of 30 marks), Environmental Studies (30 MCQs of 30 marks). CTET Paper-I will consist of a total of 150 questions and the total marks will also be 150.

Check out the Elementary Stage Syllabus for CTET July 2019

Further the syllabus for the Elementary Stage for CTET Paper II for the year 2019  is like- Child Development & Pedagogy (30 MCQs of 30 marks), Language I (30 MCQs of 30 marks), Language II (30 MCQs of 30 marks), Mathematics & Science (60 MCQs of 60 marks) and Social Studies/ Social Science (60 MCQs of 60 marks). Paper II of CTET July 2019 will consist of 160 MCQs and their will 160 of total marks.

CBSE Central Teachers Eligibility Test question paper for July session 2019 will be held in 20 different languages. As per the official notification, CBSE will hold CTET Exam twice this and the first CTET exam has been scheduled on 7 July 2019. For further more instant updates, candidates are requested to keep a regular tap on the official website i.e ctet.nic.in.


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