Bihar TET is nothing but the eligibility test that is given to the teachers (i.e.) Teacher Eligibility Test (TET). Let’s first get to know as to what exactly is TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) is, the Teacher Eligibility Test, known as TET, is the minimum qualification in India for a person to be eligible for the entrance examination for teachers. The test is compulsory to get jobs in government schools, for teaching from Class 1 to Class 8. Paper 1 is meant to be given by teachers opting to teach Classes 1st to 5th and Paper 2 for Classes 6th to 8th. Both the central government and state governments conduct this exam in India. However, most of the states conduct their own Teacher Eligibility Test (TET). The test is conducted to achieve the goals of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act.
Bihar government will be conducting Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) exam to give the passionate ones to get into the profession of teaching. The eligibility criteria for this are, from first grade to fifth-grade candidates should have passed senior secondary with at least 45% or any other Undergraduate degree with a minimum of 50% with B.Ed. For class sixth to eighth-grade candidates should have passed D.Ed, B.A, B.Sc with 50% and B.Ed with 50%.
The application fee is as follows: For paper 1, general or OBC category candidates have to pay Rs.300 and both papers Rs.400. For paper 2, SC or ST or PH candidates have to pay Rs.150 and for both paper Rs.200 only.
You will face the exam in July or August every year, and the appropriate authorities will be releasing the exam dates as well as the essential dates.
In the first paper you will be facing questions related to child development, and in this you will be having 30 questions carrying 30 marks each, language 1 which is a compulsory language consisting of 30 questions with 30 marks that mean each question carries 1 mark each, language 2 is yet another compulsory paper which consists of 30 questions each carrying 30 marks, mathematics with 30 questions with a total of 30 marks, environmental science having 30 questions 1 mark each and in total 30 marks… in total you have 150 questions each carrying one mark each, which means you will be facing the paper with a total of 150 marks and the duration is given to you is 90 minutes.
In paper 2, you have the same pattern (i.e.) 150 questions with a total of 150 marks with the duration of 90 minutes. The topics are as follows: child development, language 1, language 2, mathematics and science, social science.
The syllabus is as follows
- Child Development
- The concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs:
- Learning and Pedagogy
- Concept of development and its relationship with learning
- Language Knowledge
- Unseen Passage
- Language Pedagogy
- Environmental Studies
- Things We Make and Do
- Family and Friends
- Related to Subjects: Pedagogical Issues
- Social Studies
- Social & Political life
- Information Technology
- Social Studies Pedagogy
- How things work
- Natural Resources
- The World of the Living
- Pedagogy of Science
- Moving Things People and Ideas Natural Phenomena