CTET Important Topics 2021: Check here Section-wise Topics based on CTET Previous Years Papers & Syllabus

CTET 2021: Check most Important Topics that are highly expected to be asked in CTET 2020 exam (31st January 2021). Know expected topics from Child Development & Pedagogy; Language I; Language II; Mathematics and Science; Social Studies and Environmental Studies sections.

Created On: Jan 8, 2021 17:24 IST
CTET Important Topics
CTET Important Topics

CTET 2021: Get here the most important topics of the Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET). We have provided here the topics that are highly expected to be asked in the upcoming CTET 2020 exam. These CTET important topics are compiled after going through the CTET previous years’ papers of last 5 years and also after considering the previous years’ trends. These topics cover all the major sections such as Child Development & Pedagogy; Language I; Language II; Mathematics and Science; Social Studies and Environmental Studies. 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) would be conducting the CTET 2020 exam on 31st January 2021. With only a few days left for the CTET examination, it is recommended that the candidates should go through the important topics for CTET. One of the important prerequisites for qualifying CTET exam is practice. CTET Previous Years' Question papers are one of the most authentic sources that candidates can resort to for their practice and preparations. Previous years' question papers are one of the best resources to check your preparation level.

For the ease of the candidates, we have listed here the important topics of all the five sections of the CTET Paper I and CTET Paper-II, based on the Previous Years Papers of CTET exam. Have a look:

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CTET Important Topics 2021

Child development & Pedagogy section

Language – English & Hindi

Child Development and its relation to learning

Questions Related to Education Act

Influence of Heredity & Environment

Socialisation processes

Individual differences

Assessment and Evaluation

Concept of Inclusive Education

Specially-abled Learners

Questions Related to Theories

Cognition & Emotions

Motivation and learning

Processes of teaching and learning

Pedagogy Issues

Practical Questions

Reading comprehension

Reading poem

Pedagogy questions

Mathematics

Paper I

Paper II

Numbers

Geometry

Algebra

Measurement & Weight

Time

Volume

Data Handling & Patterns

Mathematics Pedagogy

Number System

Geometry

Algebra

Mensuration

Data Analysis

Arithmetic

Mathematics Pedagogy

Environmental Studies

Science

Social Studies/Social Sciences

Family & Friend

Flora & Fauna

Food & Nutrition

Shelters

Water

Travel

Things we Make and Do

Pedagogy of Environmental Studies

Food

Materials

The World of the Living

Moving Things People and Ideas

Natural Phenomena

Natural Resources

Pedagogical issues relate a question

History

Geography

Social and Political Life

Pedagogical issues related to Social Science

CTET 2021 Exam Schedule

The Central Teaching Eligibility Test (CTET) is a national level entrance exam conducted twice every year to appoint skilled teachers for Primary level and Elementary level. There are two Papers in CTET examination: Paper I & Paper II. Candidates who intend to teach Class I to V, need to appear for Paper I and candidates who intend to teach Class VI to VIII need to appear for Paper-II. The Exam Schedule for both the papers is as follows:

Paper

Exam Date

Timing

Duration

Marks

Paper-I

31st January 2021

9.30 AM to 12.00 PM

2.30 hours

150

Paper -II

31st January 2021

2.00 PM to 04.30 PM

2.30 hours

150

Candidates who score 60 per cent and above in the CTET 2020 examination will be considered as qualified and will be awarded the CTET Scorecard and the CTET Certificate.

Key points to note:

• CTET is Pen and Paper Mode exam
• There are 5 sections in each Paper and each section asks 30 questions
• Total 150 questions are asked in the CTET exam in each Paper and each question carries one mark
• There is no negative marking
• Total 150 Minutes are allotted to complete the test

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