Online Registration & Syllabus for CTET
CTET (Common Teacher Education Training) exam held twice in every year. This year first session of the exam was held on July 7, the result of the first phase exam also declared at the end of July. The exam was held in 97 cities across India. In the first session number of registered applicants for CTET exam were 29,22,227 and in total, the number of appeared candidates were 23 lakh. The details of online registration & syllabus for CTET are below given in the detail.
Online registration for the second phase of CTET-2019 exam, already started from 19th August. Interested candidate can register online through https://bit.ly/2TH3GrO . The last date of online registration is 18th September. The CTET exam for the second session will be held on 8th December 2019.
Candidates who were not qualified in the first session of CTET exam also can reapply in the second session.
The one who already appeared in the first session must be aware of the type of questions asked and exam pattern designed & follow. They can utilize their experience and work on the points in which they did not score well.
As from registration to till exam you have time to prepare for CTET exam almost 4 months. So, you can dedicate yourself an average of a month for each section. Register online for e-mock test, and work on time management. Also, sharpen your preparation and make a strategy for logical based questions.
For those, who are going to attempt first-ever, hold all the sections. Also, they can follow the instruction as for pre-attempted candidates.
Apart from language section the most important section to work wisely are child development and pedagogy, mathematics and environmental studies. Most of the online e-mock test series you will find designed in the real exam format. Those help you for practice.
In child development and pedagogy you much need to answer in a logical way. Because this section consists the behavioral activity, like while teaching how you will tackle the students Or use the way of teaching for a different type of students, etc.
In the mathematics section, you will get 15 questions of topic based. Like from geometry, solids around us, numbers (addition and subtraction and division), measurement, etc. and rest of 15 questions in the mathematics section will be based on pedagogical issues. The same pattern follows in the environmental section.