Delhi TET 2021 Application Form, Exam Date, Eligibility, Exam Pattern

Delhi TET 2021: Delhi School Education Department conducts the Delhi Teachers Eligibility Test (DTET) to examine the eligibility of candidates applying for the teaching. Delhi Teachers Eligibility Test will be held in two papers, one for those who are applying for the post of primary teacher and second for the candidates applying for Upper primary level teaching (class 6-8). For the recruitment of teachers, the notification of Delhi TET 2021 will be released on the official website of the Department of Education. As per their choice, the candidates can appear for both the papers or for the one. The interested applicant can get more details about Delhi TET 2021 in the given article.

Delhi TET 2021: Important Dates

Online Application Form will start January 2021
The end date for Submit the Application form February 2021
The end date for pay a fee Update Soon
Announced the examination date March 2021
Release the result Date April 2021
Counselling will be update April 2021

Eligibility Criteria

For Primary Teacher (Class 1 to 5)

  • Applying applicants have a minimum 50% marks in the Intermediate exam.
  • Have a B.EL.ED degree or studying in the final year.
  • Applying aspirant must be completed D.Ed (Specialization) or in the final year of D.Ed (Specialization) in an institute recognized by RCI.
  • Must be qualified or in the final year of BTC/passed in an institute affiliated to NCTE.

For Upper Primary Teacher (Class 6th to 8th)

  • Applying aspirant must have a minimum of 50% marks in the Intermediate exam.
  • Must be completed B.EL.ED or studying in the final year.
  • Applying candidate has an L.T. in an institute affiliated to NCTE.

Delhi TET 2021: Application Form

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For the application form of Delhi TET 2021, a candidate must access the official website as delhiboard.org. Appling aspirant must register with valid email id and contact number. They must upload scanned photographs, images of signature, left thumb impression in the given format. Candidate must fill the category section & fill category from which you belong to. must read all the eligibility criteria before applying for the DTET.

Application Fee

Candidate Category For only Paper I or II Both Paper I & II
General/ OBC candidates Rs. 700/- Rs. 1200/-
SC/ ST/ PWD candidates Rs. 350/- Rs. 600/-

Examination Pattern

  • Delhi TET examination will conduct through offline mode.
  • All the questions are objective type in the entrance exam.
  • No negative marking in Delhi TET.
  • The applicant gets 1 mark for each question.

For Paper 1

Subjects Marks Questions
Child development and Pedagogy 30 marks 30 questions
Language 1 30 marks 30 questions
Language 2 30 marks 30 questions
Mathematics 30 marks 30 questions
Environmental Studies 30 marks 30 questions
Total 150 marks 150 questions

For Paper 2

Subjects Marks Questions
Child development and pedagogy 30 marks 30 questions
Language 1 30 marks 30 questions
Language 2 30 marks 30 questions
Mathematics and Science 60 marks 60 questions
Social science 60 marks 60 questions

Syllabus

  • Child Development and Pedagogy: Understanding diverse learners, Personality, Adjustment, Action Research, Theories of earning and its implication, How Children learn and think, Motivation and Implications for, Earning, Individual Differences, Teaching-learning process, Intelligence, Child Development, etc.
  • Language I: Unseen Prose Passage Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluation, Development of Language Skills, Teaching Learning Materials, Principles of Teaching English, Unseen Prose Passage., Teaching, Learning Materials
  • Language II: Modal Auxiliaries, Phrasal Verbs, and Idioms, Literary Terms, Unseen Prose Passage, Unseen Poem, etc.
  • Mathematics: Weight, Time, Shapes & Spatial Understanding, Pedagogical issue, Data Handling, Division, Volume, Numbers, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication, Geometry, Measurement, Money, LCM & HCF, etc.
  • Environmental Studies: Natural Resources, Solar System, Basic needs, Food, resources and care, Our Surroundings, Water, Clothes dresses & their care, Health, good habits & personal hygiene, Group songs, Living and nonliving, Looking at the trees, plants & animals, Parts of plants, etc.

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