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Official notification for Assam TET 2019 primary and upper primary, apply online

Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) -2019, Assam
Last Date:-17-09-2019

The Member Secretary, Empowered Committee on Primary TET, Government of Assam has released the notification of Most Waiting Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) -2019 for the lower primary and upper primary level for the state of Assam. Assam TET 2019 is going to be held on 20 October 2019 and the online application process is going to start from 2 September 2019. The Government of Assam has decided to conduct the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) -2019 in (C) No 2280/2018 given the provisions of Section 23 of the RTE Act - 2009 and the order of the Hon'ble Gauhati High Court in WP. Primary and upper primary level, as per the guidelines laid down by NCTE and thus on-line applications are invited from candidates with permanent residence in the state of Assam, He wants to appear in Paper I (Lower Primary) and Paper-II (Upper Primary) of TET.

Eligibility criteria:-

The eligibility criteria of the candidates appearing in TET are as follows:
A. The candidate should be a permanent resident of Assam.

B. The minimum educational and professional qualification of the candidate should be as follows:
Minimum qualification for appearing in the following Primary TETs (Classes I to V):-
A) Senior Secondary (or it's equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known)
Or
Senior Secondary (or it is equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed)
Or
Senior Secondary (or it is equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education)
Or

Two years Diploma in Graduate and Elementary Education (by whatever name known)
Or
Graduates and Graduates of Education (B.Ed.) with at least 50% marks obtained from any recognized institute will be considered for appointment as teachers in classes I to V, provided that appointed as teachers The person must compulsorily undergo a six month bridge course in primary education recognized by NCTE within two years of such appointment as a primary teacher.

B) A person who is following the Teacher Education Courses (recognized by NCTE or RCI) specified in the NCTE Guidelines on February 11, 2011, can also apply for TET. However, he can apply for an appointment only after attaining all the required qualifications.

Note: Candidates who were admitted to the D.El.Ed program before 31 August 2009, please refer to clause B under Subdivision Relaxation.

The minimum qualification to appear in upper primary TET (class VI to VIII):
A) Graduate and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known)
Or
Bachelor with at least 50% marks and 1 year Bachelor in Education (B. Ed)
Or
Senior Secondary (or it's equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.L. Ed.).
Or
Senior Secondary (or it's equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 4-year B.A./B. Sc. Ed. Or b.a. Ed / B Sc. Ed.

Or
Graduation with at least 50% marks and 1 year B.Ed (Special Education)

B) A person who is following the Teacher Education Courses (recognized by NCTE or RCI) specified in the NCTE Guidelines on February 11, 2011, can also apply for TET. However, he can apply for an appointment only after attaining all the required qualifications.

Note: Candidates with 1-year B.Ed. Programs before August 31, 2009, please refer to clause C under subdivision reallocation.
Note: Candidates with 1-year B.Ed. Programs before August 31, 2009, please refer to clause C under subdivision reallocation.

Rest: The following discounts will apply

A. Up to 5% relaxation in academic marks in HSSLC or Graduation will be applicable for the candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC / MOBC / PWD (PH), for coming to TET (PH candidates should have degree of disabled) Minimum 40% and be certified by competent authority) for both Paper-I (LP level) and Paper-II (UP level).

B. Up to 5% relaxation in HSSLC marks for Paper-I (LP level) will be applicable for candidates admitted to 2-year D.El.Ed. As per NCTE Notification No. F.51-1 / 2009-NCTE (N&S) dated 31 August 2009 and qualified 2-year D.El.Ed before 31/08/2009. Later.

C. Up to 5% relaxation in marks for graduation for Paper-II (UP level) will be applicable for those candidates who have 1-year B.D. As per NCTE Notification No. F.51-1 / 2009-NCTE (N&S) dated 31 August 2009 and qualified 1-year B.Ed. before 31/08/2009. Later.

Structure of Assam TET 2019: 

The Paper I will be for a person who intends to be a teacher for Lower Primary level (classes I to V)
Structure and Content (all compulsory)

(i) Child Development and Pedagogy (compulsory)
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

(ii) The language I - Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hamar (compulsory-any)
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

(iii) Language II - English (compulsory)
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

(iv) Mathematics
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

(v) Environmental Studies
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

All (150) questions will be of MCQ type; Each question will carry 1 mark.

Paper-II will be for a person who wants to become a teacher for the upper primary level (class VI to VIII).

Paper-II - Mathematics, and Science or Social Science (Studies) (for Class VI to VIII):

(i) Child Development and Pedagogy (compulsory)
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

(ii) The language I - Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hamar (compulsory-any)
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

(iii) Language II - Game (compulsory)
Number of questions: 30 MCQs
Marks: 30 marks

(Iv)
(A) For Mathematics and Science Teacher: Mathematics and Science or
Number of questions: 60 MCQs
Marks: 60 marks

(Iv)
(B) For Social Studies Teacher: Social Studies or
Number of questions: 60 MCQs
Marks: 60 marks

(iv) (c) For any other teacher - either iv (a) or iv (b)

All (150) questions will be of MCQ type; Each question will carry 1 mark.

Exam Duration:

2 1/2 hours (150 minutes) for Paper-I and 2 hours (150 minutes) for Paper II. There will be an additional 20 minutes (hourly) for visually challenged candidates.

Minimum marks to qualify in TET:

To pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET), the candidate has to score 60% out of 150 i.e. 90 marks. However, there will be a discount of 5% for SC / ST (Hills) / ST (Plane) / OBC / MOBC / PWD (PH). Thus, for these candidates, the qualifying marks will be 5 out of 150 i.e. 55%

* There will be no negative marking.

The medium of question paper:

Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Hindi, English

Validity:

The validity of the mark sheet cum certificate of TET shall be for 7 (seven) years from the date of issue of the certificate by the Empowered Committee, TET, Govt. Of Assam.

Examination Fee:
A) Paper.

General Category: 325 / - Rs.
SC / ST (P) / ST (H) / OBC / MOBC / PWD (PH): Rs. 300 / -

B) Paper-II

General Category: 325 / - Rs.
SC / ST (P) / ST (H) / OBC / MOBC / PWD (PH): Rs. 300 / -

how to apply:

The steps to submit the online application form and examination fee are:
a) Login through web site https://ssa.assam.gov.in or https://sebaonline.org
B) Download the instruction manual.
C) Read the instruction manual carefully on how to submit the online application form.
D) Submit the online application and upload the recommended size passport size and photo (as mentioned in the instruction manual).

E) The candidate has to pay the fee through online banking/credit card/debit card etc. He can take a print out of the online application form.
Timetable for TET-2019, Assam:

1. Inauguration for receipt of online application: 02/09/2019
2. Last date for receipt of online application: 17/09/2019
3. Issuance of e-Admit Card: 30/09/2019
4. Exam Date: 20/10/2019

Official Notification:- Click here
Apply Online:- Click here
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