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In accordance with the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 23 of the RTE Act, the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has vide Notification dated 23rd August, 2010 laid down the minimum qualifications for a person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher in classes I to VIII.
It had been inter alia provided that one of the essential qualifications for a person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher in any of the schools referred to in clause (n) of section 2 of the RTE Act is that he/she should pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) which will be conducted by the
appropriate Government in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE.

Category of Candidates for TET – Paper I :

                 The following categories of candidates can write the Teacher Eligibility Test Paper I:

a. The Secondary Grade Teachers appointed with the prescribed qualifications in Government, Government Aided and Un-aided Schools on or after 23rd August, 2010. But exemption will be
granted to persons whose appointment process initiated prior to NCTE notification dated:

b. Secondary Grade Teachers working in Unaided Institutions without the prescribed qualifications shall acquire such minimum qualifications within a period of 5 years and should pass the TET Paper I.

c. All Candidates with necessary qualifications for a Secondary Grade Teacher and seeking for appointment as Secondary Grade Teacher for Classes I to V.

d. Candidates who want to improve the scores of their previous TET Paper-I.

 

Eligibility to Write TET Paper I:

Candidates should possess the following prescribed qualifications to write the Teacher Eligibility Test Paper I :

a) Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Course (10+2 Pattern) and Diploma in Teacher Education / Diploma in Elementary Education (Regarding the Candidates who have passed D.T.Ed. Certificates from States other than Tamil Nadu their certificate should be evaluated before Certificate Verification) in a Recognized Teacher Training Institute / DIET and seeking an 3 appointment as Secondary Grade Teacher for classes I to V (except Visually Impaired Candidates) can write Paper I.

b) Candidates appearing for the Final Year Examination of D.E.Ed. during the current Academic Year (2012 – 2013) are also permitted to appear for Paper I in Teacher Eligibility Test. Such Candidate’s should have successfully completed the course in the current Academic Year (2012-2013) itself and should produce D.E.Ed Certificate during Certificate Verification, otherwise they shall not be considered for current year Government recruitment process. However they may be issued with TET certificate after producing D.E.Ed Diploma certificate.

c) Visually impaired candidates are not eligible to write Paper I

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Structure and Content of TET Paper I :
   

       Number of questions         : 150 Multiple Choice Questions
       Duration of Examination    : 3 Hours

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Note :-

a. Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on Educational Psychology of Teaching and Learning, relevant to the age Group 6 – 11 years.

b. Language I will focus on the proficiencies related to the Medium of Instruction. The Candidate has to choose any one of the languages mentioned in Sl. No. ii above. For recruitment process candidates
shall be considered for the vacancies in the concerned medium only.

c. Language II – ENGLISH will focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities.

d. Mathematics and Environmental Studies will focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of these subjects.

e. The questions in the test Paper I will be based on the topics of the prescribed Syllabus of the State for Classes I – V but their difficulty level as well as linkages will be upto the Secondary Stage.

Teacher Eligibility Test – Certificate:
           a) A person who secures 60% or more in the TET Paper I examination and possesses prescribed qualification for the post of Secondary Grade Teacher in Tamil Nadu will be considered as TET Paper I Pass. This will be the qualifying marks for the candidates of all the categories.

           b) Candidates are allowed to appear for the TET Paper I Examination only on the basis of their declaration that they possess the required qualification for the post of Secondary Grade Teacher.

           c) Candidates who have secured 60% and above in the TET Paper I Examination will be called for Certificate Verification.

          d) During Certificate Verification their academic qualifications will be  verified.

e) After Certificate Verification TET certificate will be issued only to eligible candidates.

f) TET Certificate will be valid for 7 years from the date of issue of the certificate.

g) TET qualification is only one of the eligibility conditions for appointment. Mere holding of a TET certificate does not confer any right to appointment.

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Category of Candidates for TET – Paper II :
     

 The following categories of candidates can write the Teacher Eligibility Test Paper II:

 a. The Graduate Teachers appointed with the prescribed qualifications in Government, Government Aided and Un-aided Schools on or after 23rd August, 2010. But exemption will be granted to persons whose appointment process initiated prior to NCTE notification dated: 

b. Graduate Teachers working in Unaided Institutions without the prescribed qualifications shall acquire such minimum qualifications within a period of 5 years and should pass the TET Paper II.

c. All Candidates with necessary qualifications for a Graduate Teacher and seeking for appointment as Graduate Teacher for Classes VI to VIII.

d. Candidates who want to improve the scores of their previous TET Paper-II.

 

Eligibility to Write TET Paper II:

Candidates should possess the following prescribed qualifications to write the Teacher Eligibility Test Paper II:

 a. Candidates who have passed a Bachelor’s Degree (B.A. /B.Sc. / B.Litt.) with Tamil, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry,Botany, Zoology, History and Geography as major subjects in
their Degree course or a Degree with any one of the equivalent subjects (Regarding equivalent subjects, Government orders issued prior to the date of this notification alone will be considered) from a Recognized University under 10+2+3 Pattern and a Bachelor Degree in Education (B.Ed.) from a Recognized University and seeking an appointment as Graduate Teacher for classes VI to VIII can write Paper II.

b. Candidates appearing for the Final Year Examination of B.Ed. during the current Academic Year (2012 – 2013) are also permitted to appear for Paper II in Teacher Eligibility Test. Such Candidate’s should have successfully completed the course in the current Academic Year (2012-2013) itself and should produce B.Ed Certificate during Certificate Verification, otherwise they shall not be considered for current year Government recruitment process. However they may be issued with TET certificate after
producing B.Ed Degree certificate. 

Structure and Content of TET Paper II :

    Number of questions       : 150 Multiple Choice Questions
    Duration of Examination  : 3 Hours

TET Exam Paper II

Note:

a. Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on Educational Psychology of Teaching and Learning, relevant to the age Group 11– 14 years.

b. Language I will focus on the proficiencies related to the Medium of Instruction. The Candidate has to choose any one of the languages mentioned in Sl. No. ii above. For recruitment process, candidate shall be considered for the vacancies in the concerned medium only.

c. Language II – ENGLISH will focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities. 

d. Mathematics and Science / Social Science will focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of these subjects.

e. The questions in the test Paper II will be based on the topics of the prescribed Syllabus of the State for Classes VI – VIII but their difficulty level as well as linkages will be upto the Senior Secondary (Higher Secondary) Stage.


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