- Duration of the entrance test will be of 2 hours.
- There will be 150 MCQ type questions involved in the exam form General Knowledge and Teaching Aptitude, Language Proficiency, Reasoning and Subject Knowledge up to class X.
- For every wrong answer 0.25 mark will be deduct.
- This entrance has 2 sections. The first section will be an objective type exam and there will be 3 papers in it. Bilingual language comprehension documents, as well as reasoning and mathematical reasoning, will have 30 marks each and the maximum duration allowed for these documents will be 40 minutes. Subject Knowledge paper will carry 40 marks and the duration of this document will be 50 minutes.
- The second part will be descriptive and the maximum duration of this document will be 20 minutes. This section contains two mandatory parts with 10 marks each. Candidates must score 65% to qualify for this exam. Those who qualify for the exam must attend an interview that matches the final selection process prior to admission.
|Section||Content||Type & Medium||Marks|
|A||General Awareness and Teaching Aptitude||Multiple-choice English or Hindi||30|
|B||Reasoning||Multiple-choice English or Hindi||20|
|C||Subject Knowledge up to class X||Multiple-choice English or Hindi||30|
|D||Language Proficiency (in English and Hindi)||Multiple-choice English and Hindi||10+10 = 20|
SyllabusPart A (1 mark each)
- General English Comprehension or General Hindi Comprehension- 10 questions
- Teaching Learning & the school- 25 questions
- Logical and analytical reasoning- 20 questions
- Education and General awareness- 25 questions
- Social Studies
- Subject knowledge
- Oral communication ability
- General awareness
- Reading interests
- Understanding of children
- Social issues
- Potential for critical thinking
|Teaching Aptitude Syllabus||Hindi and English Comprehension Syllabus||Reasoning Syllabus||General Awareness Syllabus|
|Interpersonal relations||Vocabulary||Decision making||Environmental awareness|
|Social maturity||Comprehension||Principles of series||Indian history|
|Learner’s characteristics||Functional grammar||Principle of classification||India and its natural resources|
|Factors affecting teaching||Sentence structures||Cube pyramid games||General geography|
|Methods of teaching||Mental ability||Analytical reasoning||Geography of India|
|Teaching aids||-||Syllogism||Indian Polity|
|Evaluation system||Force in arguments||Indian Economy|
|Practice exercises||Imagination||General Science|
|Leadership||Judgement||Great Indian Personalities|
|Communication||Drawing inferences||Current affairs of National and International|