Assam TET 2019 @ssa.assam.gov.in: Admit Card, Exam Schedule, Syllabus, Pattern, Cutoff & Result

Assam TET Admit Card 2019: The Assam's Department of Elementary Education (DEE) has released the Assam TET (ATET) 2019 Admit Card on its official website @ ssa.assam.gov.in for the Lower Primary and Upper Primary Level teachers exam.  The Assam Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) 2019 Exam will be held on 10th November 2019. The Department of Elementary Education is conducting the Assam TET exam after a gap of 7 years. The last Assam TET exam was conducted in the year 2012.

Candidates who have applied for the Assam TET 2019 Exam can download the Assam TET Admit Card 2019 from the direct link - Download Assam TET Admit Card 2019 now. Candidates aiming to fetch teaching jobs in Assam schools need to qualify the Assam TET exam for Lower Primary (LP) or Upper Primary (UP) in order to be eligible to apply for the teacher post. Earlier, the Assam Department had released the Assam TET Application status. Candidates can check their application status directly here - Check your Assam TET 2019 application Status here. Also, know here the Assam TET 2019  (REVISED) Exam Schedule, Updated Syllabus, exam pattern, admit card, result and so much more. 

Assam Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) Paper-I & Paper-II exam will be held on 10 November 2019 across 33 districts of Assam.  The ATET 2019 exam will be held for Paper I and Paper II as per the norms of National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE). The Paper-I is for Class I-V teachers and Paper-II is for Class VI-VIII teachers. Assam TET eligibility certificate is valid for 7 years from the date of announcement of result. Interested candidates can apply for the Assam Teachers Eligibility Test (ATET) till 17th September 2019.

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Assam TET Admit card 2019

DEE Assam has released the Assam TET Admit Card 2019 on its official website. Candidates can download the admit card from the official website ssa.assam.gov.in. The Assam TET Admit Card contains details like Candidate’s Name, Roll Number, Exam Date, Exam Timing and Centre of examination. Candidates should not forget to carry the admit card to the exam centre on 10 November 2019. To download the admit card, follow the given steps:

Step 1: Visit official website ssa.assam.gov.in

Step 2: Click on “Assam Teachers Eligibility Test Admit Card 2019’

Step 3: Enter your application or roll number & Date of Birth

Step 4: Submit & save the admit card for future purpose

Assam TET Important Dates

Check important dates of Assam TET 2019 here:

Event

Date

Beginning of Online Application Process

2 September 2019

Last Date of Application Process

17 September 2019

Release of Assam TET Admit Card

22 October 2019

Assam TET Exam

10 November 2019

Assam TET Answer Key

December 2019 (Tentative)

Assam TET Result

December 2019 (Tentative)

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Assam TET 2019 Exam Pattern for Paper-I & Paper-II

Candidates who wish to teach Lower Primary level classes I to V, need to appear for Assam TET Paper-I and candidates who intend to teach Upper Primary level Classes VI to VIII, need to appear for Paper-II. A total of 150 multiple choice questions will be asked in the examination. Each question carries 1 mark. The exam will be conducted in five languages - Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Hindi and English. Have a look at the exam pattern:

Exam Pattern for Paper-1 - Lower Primary Teacher (Class I-V):

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

Duration

Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory)

30

30

 

 

2.5 hours (150 Minutes)

Language I – Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo,
Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hmar
(compulsory-any one)

30

30

Language II – English (compulsory)

30

30

Mathematics

30

30

Environmental Studies

30

30

Total

150

150

2.5 Hours

Exam Pattern for Paper-II – Mathematics & Science or Social Science (Class VI to VIII):

Subject

No. of Qs

Marks

Duration

Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory)

30

30

 

 

2.5 hours (150 Minutes)

Language I – Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, 
Manipuri, Garo, Nepali, Karbi, Hmar
(compulsory-any one)

30

30

Language II –English (compulsory)

30

30

Either Mathematics and Science Or Social Studies

60

60

Total

150

150

2.5 Hours

 Marking Scheme: There will be no negative marking for any wrong answer given by the candidate or any un-attempted question.

Assam TET Syllabus 2019 - Lower Primary Level – Classes I-V

Download PDF Revised Assam TET Syllabus 2019

Have a look at the syllabus for Assam TET as notified by the Department of Elementary Education:

Child Development and Pedagogy Syllabus

Child Development (For children 6-11 years) - Concept and Stages of Development

Factors influencing Child Development - Biological, heredity, Psychological and Environmental factors

Dimensions of Child Development - Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social and Moral; Development of language during early childhood and later childhood

Individual differences - Concept and areas of individual Differences; Intra and inter-individual differences in interest, habit, aptitude, intelligence, creativity and their assessment

Personality - Concept and types of Personality and factors influencing personality

Common Behavioural Problems of Children - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional, Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Causes and Remedies.

Adjustment - Concept of Mental Health and Hygiene

Process of Learning - Meaning and Nature of Learning; Factors affecting Learning; Maturation and Readiness for learning; Motivation and Learning; Methods of Learning, Major Laws of Learning with their educational implications

Theories of Learning – Connectionism (Stimulus-Response Theory); Conditioning -- Classical and operant and Constructivism

Pedagogy - Knowledge of children from Diverse Context (Socio-cultural background, Children with special needs inclusive education, Understanding Children with learning difficulties and Behavioral problems); Organising Teaching (Teaching as Planned activity, Phases of Teaching -pre-active, interactive and Post-active, Different methods of teaching - Lecture method, project method, Demonstration method, Heuristic Method ,Concept of TLM and its importance, Diagnostic and remedial teaching); Classroom Management (Role of Teacher and the students, Leadership quality, time and task Management); Concept of child-centred teaching; and Evaluation (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Formative and summative evaluation)

English Language Syllabus

Pedagogy of Language teaching

Methods

Grammar

Development of four skills -Listening, speaking, reading, writing

Elements of language

Learning and acquisition

Vocabulary development

Teaching-learning materials in English

Continuous and comprehensive assessment

Approaches

Methods

Techniques

Strategies

Parts of Speech

Jumbled Sentences

Verb/Tense

Article/Determiners

Synonym/Antonym

Preposition

Punctuation

Contracted form

Sentence correction

Connectors

Mathematics Syllabus

Numbers

Money

Geometry & Mensuration

Natural Numbers

Whole Numbers

Composite Numbers

Place Value system

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division

Factors & Multiples

HCF & LCM

Average

Fraction – Decimal, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Percentage

Concept of Money

Conversion of Rupee to Paisa and Vice-a-versa

Solving Money problems

Profit & Loss

Different Shapes

Line segment

Ray

Angles

Triangles

Quadrilaterals

Circle

Length

Perimeter & Area

Weight

Time

Capacity & Volume

Data Handling

Date Interpretation – Pictograph, Bar Graph, Pie-Chart & Tabular

Environmental Studies Syllabus

Children Environment {Near and far) - Types of the environment - Natural and Social Environment

Natural environment - Plants and animals in surroundings, Ecosystem (pond and grassland), producer, primary, secondary and tertiary consumer

Social and manmade environment - Family, house, neighbourhood, social institutions, state, districts, gaon panchayat our neighbouring states – Northeastern

Festivals – National & International

Some social issues - Illiteracy, child labour, superstition, gender discrimination, Use of computer and internet as means of communication

Environment and Child's need – Air, Water, Soil, Food & Plants

Care and Protection of Environment - Flora, fauna, endangered and rare species, National Parks, wildlife sanctuary, Transport system, storage of Agricultural products, First aid as safety measure, health care and cleanliness, Disaster risk reduction, Preventive measures for different communicable diseases, Constitution of India, idea of preamble, directive principles, fundamental right and duties, Role of Assam is freedom movement. Pollution & its impact

Pedagogy - Concept, meaning and approach of environmental studies, Nature and scope of environmental studies, Objectives of teaching, Different approaches to teaching environmental studies

Assam TET Syllabus 2019 - Upper Primary Level – Classes VI-VIII

Child Development and Pedagogy

Child Development (For children 6-11 years) - Concept and Stages of Development

Factors influencing Child Development - Biological, heredity, Psychological and Environmental factors

Dimensions of Child Development - Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social and Moral; Development of language during early childhood and later childhood

Individual differences - Concept and areas of individual Differences; Intra and inter-individual differences in interest, habit, aptitude, intelligence, creativity and their assessment

Personality - Concept and types of Personality and factors influencing personality

Common Behavioural Problems of Children - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional, Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Causes and Remedies.

Adjustment - Concept of Mental Health and Hygiene

Process of Learning - Meaning and Nature of Learning; Factors affecting Learning; Maturation and Readiness for learning; Motivation and Learning; Methods of Learning, Major Laws of Learning with their educational implications

Theories of Learning – Connectionism (Stimulus-Response Theory); Conditioning -- Classical and operant and Constructivism

Pedagogy - Knowledge of children from Diverse Context (Socio-cultural background, Children with special needs inclusive education, Understanding Children with learning difficulties and Behavioral problems); Organising Teaching (Teaching as Planned activity, Phases of Teaching -pre-active, interactive and Post-active, Different methods of teaching - Lecture method, project method, Demonstration method, Heuristic Method ,Concept of TLM and its importance, Diagnostic and remedial teaching); Classroom Management (Role of Teacher and the students, Leadership quality, time and task Management); Concept of child-centred teaching; and Evaluation (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Formative and summative evaluation)

Language I- Candidates need to select one language for section 2 of Paper-II exam. These languages are- Bengali, Assamese, Bodo, Hindi, Manipuri, Nepali, Hmar, Garo, and Karbi.

English Language Syllabus

Pedagogy of Language teaching

Methods

Grammar

Development of four skills -Listening, speaking, reading, writing

Elements of language

Learning and acquisition

Vocabulary development

Teaching-learning materials in English

Continuous and comprehensive assessment

Approaches

Methods

Techniques

Strategies

Parts of Speech

Jumbled Sentences

Verb/Tense

Article/Determiners

Synonym/Antonym

Preposition

Punctuation

Contracted form

Sentence correction

Connectors

Mathematics Syllabus

Number System

Algebra

Geometry & Mensuration

Natural Numbers

Whole Numbers

Composite Numbers

Place Value system

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division

Factors & Multiples

HCF & LCM

Average

Fraction – Decimal, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Percentage

Square & Cube roots

Preliminary concept of Algebra

Algebraic expressions and their types

Operations on algebraic expressions

Factorization on algebraic expressions

Linear equations in one & two variables

Algebraic method of solutions of pair of Linear Equations

Different Shapes

Line segment

Ray

Angles

Triangles

Quadrilaterals

Circle

Length

Perimeter & Area

Weight

Time

Capacity & Volume

Data Handling

Date Interpretation – Pictograph, Bar Graph, Pie-Chart & Tabular

Arithmetic

Ration & Proportion, Simple & Compound Interest, Unitary Method, Discount, Profit & Loss

Science Syllabus

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Kinematics

Motion in a straight line

Laws of Motion

Heat & Temperature

Light

Sound

Electricity

Metals & Non-Metals

Physical & Chemical change

Acids, Bases & Salts

Fibre & Fabric

Chemical Effects of electric current

Pollution

Living World

Cells

Transportation in animals & plants

Respiration

Plant World

Animal World

Social Science Syllabus

History

Geography

Economics

Evolution of human civilization

Ancient urban civilization – Indus valley, Harappan culture

Vedic age – Settlement of Aryans, Composition of Vedas

History of Assam – pre-history, Medieval Assam, political dynasties, Rise of British power, East India Company

Earth

Solar System

Domains of Earth- Lithosphere, continents, ocean, hydrosphere, atmosphere, biosphere

Landforms of Earth – Mountains, Plateau & Plains

Assam – geographical location, climate, natural vegetation, wildlife, biodiversity, industries & rivers

Basic Concepts – Production, utility, income, wealth, money, price

Market – Wholesale & Retail

Money – Concept of money, types of banks

Natural Resources

Human Resources

Planning & Budget

Financial Institution

National Income – GNP, NNP, GDP, Per-Capita Income

Political Science: Concept of government, State & Central Government, Local Government, Democracy, Constitution, Integration of ICT in teaching Social Science

Assam TET Cutoff marks or Minimum qualifying marks

Candidates need to qualify the minimum cut off marks to fetch the Assam TET Eligibility Certificate 2019. The cutoff marks are different for different categories such as SC/ST(Hills)/ST (Plain)/OBC/MOBC/PWD(PH). Have a look at the cut off marks notified by the Department of Elementary Education, Assam:

Category

Total Marks

Cut off

(Qualifying Marks)

General

150

90 (60% of total marks)

SC/ST(Hills)/ST (Plain)/OBC/MOBC/PWD(PH)

150

83 (55% of total marks)

Assam TET Answer Key

Assam’s Department of Elementary Education releases the TET Answer Key within 10-15 days of the examination. Candidates are allowed to raise objections to answer keys if they find it wrong or faulty. Objections to the Assam TET Answer Key can be raised by paying a certain fee.

Assam TET Result & Certificate 2019

Assam Teachers Eligibility Test Result and Certificate are released by the DEE within 3 months of the exam. Candidates who secure the minimum cutoff marks are declared as Pass in the Assam TET examination. Qualified candidates are handed over with the Assam TET Eligibility Certificate. This certificate is valid for up to 7 years.

Assam TET Exam Centres: The DEE will conduct the Assam TET 2019 examination across 33 cities. These cities are:

Exam Centres

Baksa

Dima Hasao

Lakhimpur

Barpeta

Goalpara

Majuli

Bishwanath

Golaghat

Morigaon

Bongaigaon

Hailakandi

Nagaon

Cachar

Hojai

Nalbari

Charaideo

Jorhat

Sivasagar

Chirang

Kamrup(M)

Sonitpur

Darrang

Kamrup

South Salmara Mankachar

Dhemaji

Karbi-Anglong

Tinsukia

Dhubri

Karamp-imganj

Udalguri

Dibrugarh

Kokrajhar

West Karbi Anglong

Assam TET 2019 Application Process & Fee

The online application process for Assam TET 2019 exam has started on the official website ssa.assam.gov.in. To apply for the ATET, candidates need to fill their credentials, upload scanned copies of photo and signature and pay the application fee. The scanned copies should be in JPG or JPEG format only. Candidates will not be excused for incorrect or fake information. It is recommended that candidates should fill the application form carefully after reading the Assam TET 2019 notification. Have a look at the detailed application process:

Step 1: Visit official website ssa.assam.gov.in

Step 2: Read the Instruction Manual carefully

Step 3: Click on “Apply Online”

Step 4: Fill the application form by entering details like Name, Age, Qualification, and other credentials

Step 5: Upload scanned photo and Signature

Step 6: Submit the form

Step 7: Login with Application Number & Password

Step 8: Pay the application fee

Step 9: Save and print out the confirmation page

Application Fee: Candidates can make online payment through Debit o Credit Card or internet banking. The application fee for Paper-I or Paper-II is as follows:

Category

Fee

General Category

Rs. 325

SC/ST(P)/ST(H)/OBC/MOBC/PWD(PH)

Rs. 300

Assam TET Eligibility Criteria

Candidates, who wish to appear for the exam, can fill the application form after going through the eligibility criteria. Only eligible candidates will be allowed to appear for the Assam teachers eligibility test. Have a look at the detailed eligibility criteria:

Residence: Candidates must be permanent residents of Assam

Educational Qualification: Candidates need to fulfil any one of the given educational qualifications for Lower Primary or Upper Primary TET. Have a look:

Lower Primary TET (Classes I to V)

A) Senior Secondary with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education

OR

Senior Secondary with at least 50% marks and 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed)

OR

Senior Secondary with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education)

OR

Graduation and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education

OR

Graduation with at least 50% marks and Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.), provided that the candidates who qualify Assam TET 2019 need to undergo a 6-month Bridge Course in Elementary Education within two years of appointment as a primary teacher

B) Candidates pursuing teacher education courses recognised by the NCTE or RCI can also apply for TET only after acquiring all the required qualification.

Upper Primary TET (Classes VI to VIII)

A) Graduation and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education

OR

Graduation with at least 50% marks and 1-year Bachelor in Education (B. Ed)

OR

Senior Secondary with at least 50% marks and 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B. El. Ed)

OR

Senior Secondary 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) Candidates pursuing teacher education courses recognised by the NCTE or RCI can also apply for TET only after acquiring all the required qualification.

Relaxation in Educational Qualification

- For candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/MOBC/PWD (PH) categories, relaxation up to 5 per cent will be given in academic marks in HSSLC (Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate) or Graduation to appear in TET Paper-I or Paper-II.

- For candidates who were admitted in 2-Year D.El.Ed course before 31 August 2009 and qualified it, relaxation up to 5 % in HSSLC marks will be given for Assam TET Paper-I.

- For candidates who were admitted in 1-Year B.Ed course before 31 August 2009 and qualified it, relaxation up to 5 % in Graduation marks will be given for Assam TET Paper-II.

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