ctet december 2019 paper i syllabus

ctet december 2019 paper i syllabus

CTET 2020: Important Questions (with Answers) are shared here that are highly expected to be asked in the CTET July 2020 exam. Check here CTET Paper 1 & Paper 2 expected questions which are based on the Previous Years Papers and latest Syllabus.
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CTET Paper 1 will take place for those who want to become a teacher for classes I to V. CTET Paper 2 is for the candidates who want to become a teacher for classes VI to VIII. There is no limitation to choose any one of the papers, you can also appear for both the papers.
The exam will be held on 5th July 2020 which is just 5 months away, candidates require accurate knowledge of all the topics of CTET 2020 syllabus. So, we are sharing the CTET syllabus in Hindi and English for Paper 1 & Paper 2. Candidates can also download the CTET Syllabus PDF at the end of this post.

CTET exam date 2020 already announced on the official site. According to the official information, CTET July 2020 exam is set to be conducted on 5th July 2020. CTET exam consists of Two papers i.e., Paper 1 & Paper 2. Candidates who qualify Paper 1 are eligible to teach Class 1st to Class 5th and the candidates who qualify Paper 2 can teach 6th to 8th Class students. To teach the students of Class 1st to class 8th students, candidates are required to qualify both Paper 1 and Paper 2.
Updated : Apr 2, 2020, 18:44

Ctet december 2019 paper i syllabus
4) Practice Mock Tests regularly
The CTET December 2019 question paper will consist of objective type questions and the paper will be divided into five sections. Each section will have a total of 30 questions. There will be no negative marking in the examination.

Ctet december 2019 paper i syllabus
• Alternative conceptions of learning in children, understanding children’s ‘errors’ as significant steps in the learning process.
• Materials of daily use