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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    Super TET Recruitment Exam
  • Mode of Conduction
    Offline
  • Exam Duration
    150 Minutes
  • Official Website
    https://updeled.gov.in/
  • Total Marks
    150
  • Total No. of Questions
    150
  • Medium of the exam
    English and Hindi
  • Marking Scheme
    +1 for every correct answer
  • Exam Dates
    April 2022
Eligibilty Criteria
  • The minimum education required for Assistant Teacher posts is graduation
  • The qualification required for the post of Principal is graduation with 5 years of experience.

SUPER TET Eligibility Criteria: Educational Qualification

  • Secondary school and a 2-year elementary education diploma (by whatever name known).
  • Bachelor’s degree in education and graduation (or equivalent) with at least 50% marks (B.Ed).
  • D.El.Ed/BTC from UP Government Institution.
  • Graduation with at least a 50% grade point average and 1-year B.Ed (Special Education)
  • 4 Year BA/B.Sc. Ed or BA.Ed/B.Sc. Ed.
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.Ed.).
  • 4-year program (B.El.Ed) and 2nd Paper (Class 6-8) TET qualified with 5 years of teaching experience from junior high school and high basic school as recognized by the Department of Basic Education.

SUPER TET Age limit:

  • Minimum age: 21 years
  • Maximum age: 40 years

SUPER TET Age Relaxation:

Candidate's Category Upper Age Limit
SC/ST 5 years
OBC 3 years
PWD 10 Years
Exam Pattern

The Super TET is an objective type offline exam that consists of 150 questions for the Assistant Teacher exam and the exam for the post of principal contains 200 questions.

SUPER TET Exam Pattern for Assistant Teacher:

  • The Super TET exam is an Objective Type examination.
  • The exam has two sections in which the first section is compulsory for all and the second section is the Main Subject.
  • Candidates have the option to choose one subject from the Second Section.
  • The level of Examination will be Graduation based.
Particulars Details
Mode of Exam Offline Mode
Type of Questions Objective Type Questions
No. of Questions 150 Questions
Total Weightage 150 Marks (1 mark per question)
Duration of Exam 150 Minutes
Negative Marking Criteria None

UP Super TET Exam Pattern for the Principal Post

  • Candidates must take the exam, which carries 200 marks, with Paper 1 carrying 150 points and Paper 2 carrying 50 points.
  • The examination is of the Objective Type.
  • The exam has a duration of 1 hour and 50 minutes for both exams.
  • The examination is at the graduation level.
  • Only the Principal will be assigned to the Educational Management and Administration Section.
Particulars Details
Mode of Exam Offline Mode
Type of Questions Objective Type Questions
No. of Questions Total 200 Questions 1st Paper: 150 Questions 2nd Paper: 50 Questions
Total Weightage 200 Marks (1 mark per question) 1st Paper: 150 marks 2nd Paper: 50 marks
Duration of Exam 210 Minutes 1st Paper: 150 minutes 2nd Paper: 60 minutes
Negative Marking Criteria None
Syllabus

The Super TET is separated into 2 papers, The first is Super TET Primary Syllabus for becoming a primary teacher who teaches the students of Classes 1st to 5th and the second is Super TET Junior Syllabus for becoming an elementary teacher who teaches the students of Class 6th to 8th.

  • Super TET Paper 1 and Super TET Paper 2 Both papers will be conducted on the same day but in different shifts.
  • Super TET Paper 1 Syllabus consists of 5 sections and Super TET Paper 2 Syllabus consists of 4 sections.
  • There is a choice given to candidates in both papers that the candidates can choose the subjects of their own choice.
  • The candidate who scores above the minimum cut-off percentage marks as laid by the concerned authority will qualify for it.
General Hindi
  • अलंकार, समास
  • विलोम
  • पर्यायवाची
  • रस
  • संधियां
  • तद्भव तत्सम
  • लोकोक्तियाँ
  • मुहावरे
  • वाक्यांशों के लिए एक शब्द
  • अनेकार्थी शब्द वाक्य संशोधन -लिंग, वचन, कारक, काल, वर्तनी, त्रुटि से सम्बंधित
General English
  • Active Voice and Passive Voice
  • Parts of Speech
  • Transformation of Sentences
  • Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Punctuation and Spellings
  • Words Meaning
  • Vocabulary & usage
  • Idioms and Phrases
  • Fill in the Blanks
Civic
  • Constitution of India
  • Central Government
  • Democracy
  • Diversity
  • Judiciary
  • Social Work
  • Parliamentary Government
  • Justice
  • Local Government
  • State Government
  • Unpacking Gender
History of India
  • Kings and their Kingdoms
  • Culture of India
  • Mughal Times in India
  • Sultans of Delhi
  • Empires in India
  • First Empire
  • Social Changes
  • Rural Culture
  • Power of Companies
  • Movement of 1857
  • Tribal Societies
  • Movement of Dandi
  • Women and Reform
  • India after Independence
  • Non-Cooperation Movement
Geography of India
  • Air
  • Natural Resources
  • Water
  • Globe
  • Lands
  • Solar System
  • Human Resources
  • Agriculture
  • Rivers and Oceans
General English
  • Translation of your mother tongue to English
  • Communication Skills
  • Reading Essay
  • Reading Tales and Stories
  • Comprehension of Unseen passages, Charts, Bars, Graph Etc.
  • Precise of Passage
  • Grammar
  • Contemporary Issues
Science
  • Daily life includes science:-
  • Speed force,
  • Energy,
  • distant light,
  • Sound,
  • World of creatures,
  • Human body,
  • Health,
  • Hygiene and nutrition,
  • Environment & natural resources,
  • Stages of matter and substance.
Mathematics
  • Numerical ability:-
  • Mathematical actions,
  • Decimal,
  • Localism,
  • Different,
  • Interest,
  • Profit-loss,
  • Percentage divisiveness,
  • Factoring,
  • Economic rules,
  • General algebra,
  • Area average,
  • Volume,
  • Ratio,
  • Logos,
  • General geometry,
  • General statistics
Environment & Social Study
  • Earth’s structure:-
  • Nadia,
  • Mountains,
  • Continents,
  • Oceans and fauna,
  • Natural wealth,
  • Latitude and decimal,
  • Solar system,
  • Indian geography,
  • Indian freedom struggle,
  • Indian social reformer,
  • Indian Constitution,
  • Our governance system,
  • Traffic and road safety,
  • Indian economy and challenges.
Teaching Skills
  • Teaching methods and skills:
  • Principles of learning
  • Current Indian society and elementary education
  • Inclusive exams
  • new initiatives for elementary education
  • Educational evaluation and measurement
  • Initial formation skills
  • Educational focus and administration.
Child Psychologist
  • Personal variation:-
  • Factors affecting child development,
  • Identification of learning needs,
  • Creating environments for reading,
  • Theories of learning and their practical utility and use in classroom teaching, special arrangements for the lamp belt.
General Knowledge/ Current Occupations
  • Important Current Occupations:-
  • Current events,
  • international,
  • National,
  • Important events related to the state,
  • Location personality compositions,
  • International and national award-sports,
  • Culture and art.
General Knowledge/ Current Occupations
  • Important Current Occupations:-
  • Current events,
  • international,
  • National,
  • Important events related to the state,
  • Location personality compositions,
  • International and national award-sports,
  • Culture and art.
Logical knowledge
  • Analogies:-
  • Aeration and Region,
  • Binary Logic,
  • Classification,
  • Block and Calendars,
  • Coded Inequalities,
  • Coding-Decoding,
  • Critical reasoning,
  • Cube Number Series,
  • Puzzles,
  • Symbol and Notations,
  • Van Diagram and Dice,
  • Data Interpretations,
  • Direction Sense Test & Letter Series.
Information Technology
  • Information in the field of teaching skills:-
  • Art teaching and school management,
  • Technical computers,
  • Internet, smartphones,
  • Useful applications in teaching, digital,
  • Teaching materials.
Life Skill/ Management and aptitude
  • Professional conduct and policy:-
  • Motivation,
  • Role of education,
  • Constitutional and original origins,
  • Penal and punishments are effective to use.

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