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Eligibilty Criteria

It is very important for a candidate to check his/her eligibility before applying for the MP TET Exam. Here we have provided complete details about the MP TET Eligibility criteria that one must go through.

MP TET Age Limit

The candidate applying for MP TET Exam 2022 must meet the age criteria as prescribed. The age limitation for applicants is between 21 to 40 years old.

MP TET Age Relaxation:

MP TET Categories MP TET Age Limit
Unreserved (UR)
  • Male- 40 years
  • Female- 40 years + 5 years
SC / ST / OBC 40 years + 5years
MP Government (Govt.) Servants 40 years + 5years
Divyangjan (physically handicapped (PH)) 40 years + 5years

MP TET Educational Qualifications

Eligibility qualification sketches a candidate’s professional title and helps a candidate to state the eligibility. The standard has been set in two categories as the eligibility for the MP TET, namely criteria for a primary teacher post, and other criteria for the secondary teacher post which are discussed below

Eligibility Criteria for Primary Teacher (1 to 5)

  • Higher Secondary or its equivalent, with not less than 50% of marks and a two-year Diploma in Elementary Education or its equivalent, or
  • Graduate with 50% of marks and Bachelors of Education (B.Ed.), is considered for the arrangement as an instructor to teach classes 1 to 5, or
  • Higher Secondary or its equivalent, with not less than 45% of marks and a two years Diploma in Elementary Pedagogy according to National Council of Teacher Education (Recognition, Standards, and Procedures) Exchange 2002, or
  • Higher Secondary or its equivalent with minimum 50% of marks and a four-year Bachelor's degree (B.El.D.) in Elementary Education, or
  • Higher Secondary or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% of marks and a two-year Diploma in Shiksha Shastra (Special Education), or
  • Graduation Degree and two-year Diploma in Elementary Education or its equivalent.

Eligibility criteria for Upper-Primary Teachers (6 to 8):

Candidates must possess a B.Ed Degree along with a score of 50% in graduation from a recognized Institute or University.

Exam Pattern

MP TET 2022 Exam Pattern comprises two papers- Paper 1 and Paper 2. Here are the MP TET 2022 Exam Pattern of Paper 1 and Paper 2:

MP TET Particulars Paper 1 Paper 2
Mode of Exam Online Online
Type of Questions MCQs MCQs
Number of Questions 150 210
Duration of Exam 150 minutes 150 minutes
Negative Marking No No
Syllabus

Candidates must go through the syllabus for proper preparation for the Exam. The MPTET 2022 Syllabus comprises five distinctive subjects which are mentioned in the below table:

MP TET Syllabus: Child Development and Pedagogy

  • Unit 1: The method and practice of teaching inclusive of the concept for child development
  • Unit 2: The academic aspect of child development
  • Unit 3: Prospects of a child’s development and academic growth
  • Unit 4: Study on child’s mental health and behaviour
  • Unit 5: Sole principles of child development
  • Unit 6: Mental health and behaviour issues of a child
  • Unit 7: Socialization procedure
  • Unit 8: Piaget, Pavlov, Thorndike, and Kohlberg: constructs and significant aspects
  • Unit 9: Academic aspects of child-centred and progression
  • Unit 10: A child’s critical behaviour and its measurement
  • Unit 11: Assessment of learning and its alterations
  • Unit 12: Continuation and alterations in the evaluation procedure
  • Unit 13: Assessment based on class or standard, nature and practices (beliefs)

MP TET Syllabus: Inclusive Education and the Respective Children with Special Requirements

  • Unit 1: Student identification constitutes a diversified training, comprising private and non-privileged classes
  • Unit 2: Identifying the needs of children with learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Unit 3: Looking out for talented, creative, and special students
  • Unit 4: A problem child has from the prospect of identification and diagnosis side
  • Unit 5: Child crimes along with their causes and types

MP TET Syllabus: Learning and Education (Pedagogy)

  • Unit 1: Children learning and the reason for failure and success
  • Unit 2: The fundamental process of teaching and learning
  • Unit 3: A child as a problem solver and explorer
  • Unit 4: Alternative conceptions of learning
  • Unit 5: Knowledge and momentum along with encouragement and learning
  • Unit 6: Aptitude and its measurement
  • Unit 7: Memory and forgetfulness

MP TET Syllabus: Mathematics

  • Unit 1: Number System
  • Unit 2: Arithmetic
  • Unit 3: Fraction
  • Unit 4: Units of length, weight, and volume
  • Unit 5: Conversion of Units
  • Unit 6: Volume
  • Unit 7: Conversion
  • Unit 8: Pattern-based on operations
  • Unit 9: Geometry
  • Unit 10: Circle
  • Unit 11: Area and perimeter
  • Unit 12: 2D figures
  • Unit 13: Clock
  • Unit 14: Patterns in multiplication and division
  • Unit 15: Bar graph

MP TET Syllabus: Pedagogical Issues

  • Unit 1: Momentum to think and reason for math lessons
  • Unit 2: The significance of mathematics in the curriculum
  • Unit 3: The creation of newer methods of evaluation, and diagnostic tests
  • Unit 4: Ability to apply new methods of learning mathematics in the classroom.

MP TET Syllabus: Environmental Study

  • Unit 1: Family and social relations
  • Unit 2: Our animals & birds
  • Unit 3: Our trees & plants

MP TET Syllabus: Sports and Activities

  • Unit 1: Activities include Sports, Science and Yoga
  • Unit 2: Family festivals, several festive ways
  • Unit 3: Several occupations, industries, and businesses

MP TET Syllabus: Housing

  • Unit 1: Different places for animals, birds, and people, the requirement for a house for a healthy life.
  • Unit 2: Protection and maintenance of local buildings, public assets, and inclusive of the national heritage
  • Unit 3: Excellent accommodation and the materials utilized in its construction,
  • Unit 4: Valuation of the construction materials
  • Unit 5: Bathroom hygiene, cleanliness of the environment

MP TET Syllabus: Our Food and Habits

  • Unit 1: A requirement of food and its components
  • Unit 2: The importance of fruits and plants; parts of the plant
  • Unit 3: A protein-rich amalgamation of food items
  • Unit 4: Measures for food hygiene and safety precautions
  • Unit 5: Safety of food resources

MP TET Syllabus: Water and Air Pollution and Infection

  • Unit 1: A requirement for clean air and water.
  • Unit 2: Study of climate, water cycle, and its effects
  • Unit 3: Role of humans in climate change
  • Unit 4: Sources of water, maintenance, and methods of conservation of water.
  • Unit 5: Treatment and prevention along with water-saving tactics
  • Unit 6: Pollution and protection of air, water, and soil

MP TET Syllabus: Natural Objects and Yield

  • Unit 1: An amalgamation of soil, water, seed and crop, organic-chemical fertilizer.
  • Unit 2: Several crops and their production forms.
  • Unit 3: Significant agricultural works and equipment

MP TET Syllabus: Human-Made Tools and the Effect of his Activities

  • Unit 1: Deforestation and urbanization
  • Unit 2: Ozone depletion, acid rain, global warming, green-house effect
  • Unit 3: Polythene and plastic as a decomposing agent
  • Unit 4: Disaster management

MP TET Syllabus: Pedagogical Issue

  • Unit 1: Need for environmental studies
  • Unit 2: Methods and activities
  • Unit 3: Practical and project work
  • Unit 4: Discussion, debate, presentation

MP TET Syllabus: English Language

  • Unit 1: Comprehension
  • Unit 2: Two unseen distinctive prose passages with questionnaires on comprehension, grammar, and verbal ability
  • Unit 3: Pedagogy of language development:
  • Unit 4: Learn and acquire languages
  • Unit 5: Principles of teaching a second language
  • Unit 6: Language, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
  • Unit 7: Listening and speaking function and language function

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