Why I want to be a teacher…part-2

26 Oct 2016

Why I want to be a teacher…part-2

Every day when you go in front of your students, you usually don’t plan a day or know what you will say or do, which will leave a lasting impression on your students, you just want to deliver your best so that their careers are made. When you get the full energy of your expertise and personality to the classroom, you can’t help but set a benchmark that inspires your students and mold their impressionable young minds.

Below are the few entrance exams for making teaching as your career:-

KVS Syllabus

The syllabus varies for all the positions as trained graduate teachers (TGTs), post-graduate teachers (PGTs) and PRT (music).

PGTs: The syllabus is divided in two parts – Part 1 comprises of multiple-choice questions in English and Hindi and Part 2 consists of questions related to current affairs, teaching methodology, reasoning ability and numerical, and the subject concerned to the specialization.

TGTs: The training is similar to that of PGTs, just the subjects like English, Math, Social Studies varies based on the specialization.

PRTs: Even though it is related to music, the applicant has to go through a similar exam along with the area of specialization i.e. music.

KVS Eligibility

The age limit for a PGT is 40 years and should have scored at least 50percent in graduation or post-graduation with any specialization. Whereas for TGTs, the age limit is 35 years, graduation with CTET pass and the age limit for PRTs is 30 years with intermediate or higher secondary along with CTET pass and a degree in music.

CTET / Other State TET Paper Syllabus

There are two papers and both the papers have multiple choice questions with no negative marking.

Paper1 – This paper is for teachers, who intend to teach primary school, i.e. 1st to 4th. The course includes questions related to Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Language1 and 2.

Paper2 – This paper is for teachers, who are intending to teach secondary school, i.e. 5th to 8th. This paper covers similar subjects, except the last section, which consists of questions related specifically to Mathematics, Science, or Social Sciences.

CTET / Other State TET Eligibility

Teachers, who apply for classes 1st to 4th, should have secured at least 50percent in Senior Secondary or its equivalent. The applicant, who appears for a Diploma in Elementary Education or a 4-year B. Ed program is also eligible or a graduate and appearing for the finals of the two-year diploma in elementary education.

Teachers, who apply for classes 5th to 8th, should have secured 50percent in graduation and have done a one year B.Ed course.

The majority of individuals take up the education profession as they want to make a difference in the life of a child and their communities. This is a valiant and noble purpose that you should always keep in the forefront before taking any decision. It doesn’t matter what sort of the challenges you face in the class, your effort certainly does have positive impact on your students and their future.

If you still got doubts and want to know more call on our helpline numbers and book a slot for detailed counseling. Notification for KVS and NVS is out. Now you just have very less time left for the preparation so gear up and All the best!!!