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Teacher’s Eligibility Test for Higher Secondary every year release notification regarding so many vacant posts as per Assam TET Notification 2017. A huge number of candidates from Assam fill the online applications and appear in the written examination for Teachers’ Post. But many time candidates unable to find Assam TET Syllabus for Higher Secondary to keep this thing in mind here on www.tetinfo.in we are sharing complete Assam TET Syllabus through which you can easily prepare for your Assam TET Examination 2017.
Assam TET is one of the most popular and well-known entrance exam conducts by Rashtriya Madhyamik Siksha Abhijan (RMSA) Assam for the post of Teachers’ in Govt. schools, basically there are two paper conducts by RMSA as per Assam TET Exam Paper 1 for the post of Primary Teachers (From Class I to V) and Paper 2 for the post of Upper Primary Teachers (From Class VI to VIII). Every year so many candidates appear in this entrance examination to chase their career in teaching sector.
Assam TET Paper 2 Syllabus
With a view to have a new generation of teachers who have the competencies to offer quality education to the students of Higher Secondary level, Teachers’ Eligibility Test is proposed to be held pending leave of Hon’ble Gauhati High Court. Important instructions in this regard to be noted as stated below:
- The examination will have two papers.The Paper I will be common to all candidates.
- The Paper II will have 3 options(option A,option B and option C) the candidates shall have the liberty to opt for only one of the option.
- Each paper will bear 100 marks, with multiple choice questions, the time allotted 2 hours.
- Revised syllabus available in these websites: www.rmsaassam.in , www.madhyamik.in , http://online.assam.gov.in
- Minimum qualifying marks for passing TET: To qualify in TET the candidate must score at least 60% marks in both the papers in case of general category candidates and minimum 55% marks(in both the papers) in case of SC/ST/OBC/MOBC/ PH Category Candidates( locomotor/orthopaedically handicapped candidates only)
- Mode of application submission and other information for aspiring candidates will be announced once legal hurdles are cleared.
Part I: Business Studies (40 Marks)
- Principles and Functions of Management
- Business Finance and Marketing
Part II: Accountancy (30 Marks)
- Accounting for Not-For-Profit Organizations and Partnership Firms
Part III: Salesmanship & Advertising (20 Marks)
- Publicity & Advertising
Part IV: Banking (15 Marks)
Part V: Insurance (15 Marks)
- General Insurance
- Miscellaneous Insurance
Assam TET Paper 2 Syllabus – Option B
Part I: Physics (50 Marks)
Part II: Chemistry (50 Marks)
Part III: Biology (50 Marks)
Part IV: Mathematics (50 Marks)
Assam TET Paper 2 Syllabus – Option C
- India’s freedom movement
- National Symbols
- Constitution of India: Basic features, important Articles and important amendments
- Right issues: Human rights, consumer’s rights, right to information. Right to education, right to food, women’s right.
- Economic Planning in India: Major objectives of Five Year Plans, Poverty, liberalization, privatization and globalization and the Indian Economy, Census 2011, inclusive growth.
- Physical geography of India
- Economic geography of India
- Climate Change
- Information technology: its applications
- Fairs, festivals, dances and music of India
- National institutions of India: Lalit Kala Academy, Sangeet Natak Academy, Sahitya Academy, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), University Grants Commission (UGC), Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Election Commission of India, Central Statistics Office (CSO), National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), RBI (Reserve Bank of India), DRDO(Defence Research & Development Organisation), NDA (National Defence Academy), CSIR (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research), ISI (Indian Statistical Institution), UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), SSC (Staff Selection Commission), NEC (North Eastern Council), NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development).
- International Institutions: UNICEF, U.N.( Functions & Organs), WTO (Objectives, functions and India’s role in the organization), ASEAN (Look East policy), SAARC
- Major tribes of North Eastern India
- Events of current importance: State, national and international (Period to be covered from 1991 from the introduction of Liberalization, Privatization & Globalization to present day),
- Cultural, political, scientific, social, economic, literary and games and sports.