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Tripura TET

Tripura Teacher Eligibility Test

Overview

Teachers Recruitment Board, Tripura administers the Tripura Teachers' Eligibility Test (T-TET or Tripura TET) to assess candidates' eligibility for teaching positions in Tripura schools. The test is divided into two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 is for candidates who want to teach grades 1 to 5, while Paper 2 is for those who want to teach grades 6 to 8.

Those who pass the Tripura TET test receive a certificate that is valid for seven years. The T-TET is provisional in nature. This means that passing the exam does not entitle the applicants to a job. However, individuals are called for teaching employment based on their exam scores, which are based on current vacancies at various schools. To get the final appointment letter, candidates must complete all of the requirements outlined by the institution to which they are applying.

 

Highlights
Teacher Recruitment Board Tripura is preparing to hold the Tripura Teachers Eligibility Test, for which the Tripura TET Notification will be released shortly, and you will be able to fill out the Tripura TRB Application Form. According to the most recent information, TRB Tripura will hold the T-TET 2022 exam in the second week of July 2022. The Tripura Teachers Eligibility Test 2022 will consist of two papers.

Important Dates for Tripura TET 2022

Online Application process starts Last week of May, 2022
Deadline for Online Application Submission 1st week of June, 2022
Deadline for fee payment 2nd week of June, 2022
Admit Card Tripura TET 1st week of July, 2022
Exam Date T-TET 2nd week of July, 2022
Result Declaration 1st week of August, 2022

 

Eligibility 
The following are the essential Tripura TET eligibility requirements 2021 that applicants must meet:
Age Restriction: The minimum age limit for the Tripura TET is 18 years, while the upper age restriction is 40 years.

Educational Criteria: 
Paper I – 10+2 with 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education/ Special Education, OR 10+2 with min. 50% marks and B.El.Ed. (4 years).
Paper II- Graduation with 50% and Bachelor of Education, OR 10+2 with 50% and Bachelor of Elementary Education, OR 10+2 with 50% marks and 4 years BA B.Ed./ B.Sc. B.Ed.
Number of Attempts: A candidate may take both papers as many times as they choose. The only thing the candidate must bear in mind is that he or she should not be older than 40 years old.

Syllabus
Tripura TET Syllabus for Paper- I

Child Development & Pedagogy
Learning and Pedagogy Child Development: Elementary School Child
Understanding Children with Special Needs & Concept of Inclusive Education
Language I (English)
Pedagogy for Language Development Language Comprehension
Language II
Kokborok Bengali
Mathematics
Measurement, Geometry, Arithmetic, Weight, Patterns, Time, Numbers Shapes, spatial understanding, solids, Data handling, Fractions, Money
Pedagogical Issues in Mathematics  
Environmental Science
Travel, Work and Play, Energy, Health and Hygiene, Water, Environmental Protection, Things we make and do Air, Food, Plants and Animals, Shelters, Family and Friend, Soil, Environmental Characteristics of Tripura
Pedagogical Issues in EVS  

 

Tripura TET Syllabus for Paper- II

Child Development & Pedagogy 
Learning and Pedagogy Child Development: Elementary School Child
Understanding Children with Special Needs & Concept of Inclusive Education
Language I (English)
Pedagogy for Language Development Language Comprehension
Language II
Kokborok Bengali
Mathematics
Geometry, Algebra, Number System, Nature of mathematics, Lines and angles, Data handling, triangles and its properties, Approach to mathematics learning, Mathematics, trends and developments
different teaching-learning methods, Mathematics learning evaluation, Problem of teaching Mensuration, Arithmetic, Pedagogical Issues in Mathematics, Learning materials in mathematics
understanding children’s thinking and reasoning,  logical thinking, the language of mathematics
Science
Circulation and conduction, Food and Nutrition, Motion, Force and Pressure, Understanding & Appreciating Science, Remedial Teaching Evaluation – cognitive/psychomotor/affective, Nature & Structure of Sciences, Solar System, Sound
Thermal Physics, Microorganism and activities, Metal and Non-metal, Text Material/Aids, Optics, Approaches/Integrated Approach Observation/Experiment/Discovery (Method of Science), Innovation, Natural Science/Aims & objectives, pedagogical issues in science
Pollution, Ecosystem and Natural Resources, Electrostatics, current electricity and magnetism, Agriculture and Tools  
Social Science/ Social Studies
The Solar System, Rocks: types and characteristics, Geomorphic process: folding, endogenous process and landforms, earth-quake and volcanic, faulting Our changing earth: weathering and erosion, Geography as social study and as science, Interior of the Earth, Globe, Latitudes and Longitudes, Geography
India after Independence, Diversity in Indian Society, Tribal Society and Festivals of Tripura, Civilization, History, Sultans of Delhi - 1st and 2nd Battle of Tarain, The National Movement - Gandhian Era, Role of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Beginning of the Mughal Rule – Babar, Sixteen Mahajanapada and the First Empire, The Establishment of Company Power in India
Social and Political Life, Democracy, Government, Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, the Constitution of India, Forest, mineral and power resources of Tripura
Hydrosphere, Economic geography, Atmosphere, Agriculture, automobile industry, information technology (IT) industry, Physical Environment, Human Environment, Pollution of air and water, deforestation and its impact, ozone depletion and green-house effect India as a physical unit, Concept of hazard and disaster, industrial hazard, biological hazard, wild fire hazard, landslides, Industry: classification, locational factors of industries: iron and steel industry, cotton textile industry
Pedagogical issues  

 

Exam Pattern 
Tripura TET consists of two papers. Each paper is conducted offline. Paper-I is for candidates who plan to teach in grades I-V. Paper II is intended for candidates who intend to teach grades VI-VIII. There are 150 questions on each paper. Each paper has a time limit of 150 minutes for candidates to complete. All parts have objective style questions with a time limit of 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Tripura TET Paper-I Tripura TET Paper-II
    Child Development and Pedagogy    Child Development and Pedagogy
     Language I      Language I 
    Language II      Language II 
    Mathematics     Mathematics and Science or
    Environmental Studies     Social Science

 

Exam Paper 
Tripura TET administers two examinations: paper 1 and paper 2. The examinations for the Undergraduate and Graduate levels will be held separately. TRBT will administer two papers: paper 1 for students in grades 1–5, and paper 2 for students in grades 6–8. The test questions will be multiple choice or objective-based, and applicants must indicate the right answer on the OMR sheet. They will be needed to darken the right response from the available possibilities. The examination will only be given in English. There will be one point awarded for each correct answer, and there will be no negative grading. In paper 1, all sections are required, however in paper 2, applicants can select between Groups A and B.

Exam Center 
Candidates must select their preferred Tripura TET test centre when registering for the exam online. They must exercise extreme caution while selecting an exam centre, as TRBT will not accept any changes in this respect. Candidates admit cards include information about the particular T-TET exam centre. T-TET centres are listed below:

Udaipur Agartala
Kailashahar Khowai
Belonia Kamalpur
Sonamura Dharmanagar

 

Cut Off 
Following the completion of the Teachers Eligibility Test, the Teachers Recruitment Board of Tripura authorities release the test passing marks. The Tripura TET Cut Off scores are the lowest qualifying marks for the exam recruiting selection procedure. TRTET Paper 1st & Paper 2nd Cut off Marks are also released by the Tripura Teachers Bharti Organization.

  Expected Cut Off Marks
General 60%
OBC 60%
SC 55%
ST 55%
PWD 55%

 

Selection Process
The following phases are included in the Tripura TET selection process:
Tripura TET Application form: To begin, candidates must complete the Tripura TET application form on the board's official website.
Admit card for Tripura TET: Candidates who have successfully applied for the test may access their Tripura TET admit card via the official website.
Exams Tripura TET: Following that, aspirants must sit for their respective Tripura TET Paper 1 or Paper 2 examinations.
Result for Tripura TE: TRBT publishes the Tripura TET results on its official website. All students who pass the test are issued the Tripura TET certificate, which allows them to apply for teaching employment in various schools in Tripura.                     
      

FAQs

Q1. How should I prepare for the Tripura TET?

Ans. Before sitting for the Tripura TET test, aspirants should review the Tripura TET exam pattern and curriculum. Candidates must select appropriate study materials and take practise examinations and previous year's question papers.

Q2. Is the WB SET given online?

Ans. No, the WB SET is administered offline or on paper mode.

Q3. How many papers are in the WB SET?

Ans. According to the WB SET syllabus, there are two papers: paper 1 and paper 2. Both papers are given in two separate sessions on the same day.

Q4. What happens if you pass the Tripura TET exam?

Ans. Those who pass the Tripura TET test are awarded an eligibility certificate known as the T-TET Eligibility Certificate, which allows them to apply to teacher recruitment campaigns throughout the state.

Q5. Do PhD holders have an edge in the WB SET?

Ans. The WB SET is open to PhD holders, even if they do not have a 55 percent score in MSc, but they must have a combined score of 50 percent.

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Eligibility

The following are the essential Tripura TET eligibility requirements 2021 that applicants must meet:
Age Restriction: The minimum age limit for the Tripura TET is 18 years, while the upper age restriction is 40 years.
Educational Criteria:
Paper I– 10+2 with 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education/ Special Education, OR 10+2 with min. 50% marks and B.El.Ed. (4 years).
Paper II- Graduation with 50% and Bachelor of Education, OR 10+2 with 50% and Bachelor of Elementary Education, OR 10+2 with 50% marks and 4 years BA B.Ed./ B.Sc. B.Ed.

Number of Attempts: 
A candidate may take both papers as many times as they choose. The only thing the candidate must bear in mind is that he or she should not be older than 40 years old.

Syllabus

Tripura TET Syllabus for Paper- I

Child Development & Pedagogy
Learning and Pedagogy Child Development: Elementary School Child
Understanding Children with Special Needs & Concept of Inclusive Education
Language I (English)
Pedagogy for Language Development Language Comprehension
Language II
Kokborok Bengali
Mathematics
Measurement, Geometry, Arithmetic, Weight, Patterns, Time, Numbers Shapes, spatial understanding, solids, Data handling, Fractions, Money
Pedagogical Issues in Mathematics  
Environmental Science
Travel, Work and Play, Energy, Health and Hygiene, Water, Environmental Protection, Things we make and do Air, Food, Plants and Animals, Shelters, Family and Friend, Soil, Environmental Characteristics of Tripura
Pedagogical Issues in EVS  

 

Tripura TET Syllabus for Paper- II

Child Development & Pedagogy 
Learning and Pedagogy Child Development: Elementary School Child
Understanding Children with Special Needs & Concept of Inclusive Education
Language I (English)
Pedagogy for Language Development Language Comprehension
Language II
Kokborok Bengali
Mathematics
Geometry, Algebra, Number System, Nature of mathematics, Lines and angles, Data handling, triangles and its properties, Approach to mathematics learning, Mathematics, trends and developments
different teaching-learning methods, Mathematics learning evaluation, Problem of teaching Mensuration, Arithmetic, Pedagogical Issues in Mathematics, Learning materials in mathematics
understanding children’s thinking and reasoning,  logical thinking, the language of mathematics
Science
Circulation and conduction, Food and Nutrition, Motion, Force and Pressure, Understanding & Appreciating Science, Remedial Teaching Evaluation – cognitive/psychomotor/affective, Nature & Structure of Sciences, Solar System, Sound
Thermal Physics, Microorganism and activities, Metal and Non-metal, Text Material/Aids, Optics, Approaches/Integrated Approach Observation/Experiment/Discovery (Method of Science), Innovation, Natural Science/Aims & objectives, pedagogical issues in science
Pollution, Ecosystem and Natural Resources, Electrostatics, current electricity and magnetism, Agriculture and Tools  
Social Science/ Social Studies
The Solar System, Rocks: types and characteristics, Geomorphic process: folding, endogenous process and landforms, earth-quake and volcanic, faulting Our changing earth: weathering and erosion, Geography as social study and as science, Interior of the Earth, Globe, Latitudes and Longitudes, Geography
India after Independence, Diversity in Indian Society, Tribal Society and Festivals of Tripura, Civilization, History, Sultans of Delhi - 1st and 2nd Battle of Tarain, The National Movement - Gandhian Era, Role of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Beginning of the Mughal Rule – Babar, Sixteen Mahajanapada and the First Empire, The Establishment of Company Power in India
Social and Political Life, Democracy, Government, Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, the Constitution of India, Forest, mineral and power resources of Tripura
Hydrosphere, Economic geography, Atmosphere, Agriculture, automobile industry, information technology (IT) industry, Physical Environment, Human Environment, Pollution of air and water, deforestation and its impact, ozone depletion and green-house effect India as a physical unit, Concept of hazard and disaster, industrial hazard, biological hazard, wild fire hazard, landslides, Industry: classification, locational factors of industries: iron and steel industry, cotton textile industry
Pedagogical issues  

Exam Pattern

Tripura TET consists of two papers. Each paper is conducted offline. Paper-I is for candidates who plan to teach in grades I-V. Paper II is intended for candidates who intend to teach grades VI-VIII. There are 150 questions on each paper. Each paper has a time limit of 150 minutes for candidates to complete. All parts have objective style questions with a time limit of 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Tripura TET Paper-I Tripura TET Paper-II
Child Development and Pedagogy Child Development and Pedagogy
Language I  Language I 
Language II  Language II 
Mathematics Mathematics and Science or  Social Science
Environmental Studies  

Exam Paper

Tripura TET administers two examinations: paper 1 and paper 2. The examinations for the Undergraduate and Graduate levels will be held separately. TRBT will administer two papers: paper 1 for students in grades 1–5, and paper 2 for students in grades 6–8. The test questions will be multiple choice or objective-based, and applicants must indicate the right answer on the OMR sheet. They will be needed to darken the right response from the available possibilities. The examination will only be given in English. There will be one point awarded for each correct answer, and there will be no negative grading. In paper 1, all sections are required, however in paper 2, applicants can select between Groups A and B.

Exam Prepare

Syllabus
Tripura TET Syllabus for Paper- I

Child Development & Pedagogy

Learning and Pedagogy

Child Development: Elementary School Child

Understanding Children with Special Needs & Concept of Inclusive Education

Language I (English)

Pedagogy for Language Development

Language Comprehension

Language II

Kokborok

Bengali

Mathematics

Measurement, Geometry, Arithmetic, Weight, Patterns, Time, Numbers

Shapes, spatial understanding, solids, Data handling, Fractions, Money

Pedagogical Issues in Mathematics

 

Environmental Science

Travel, Work and Play, Energy, Health and Hygiene, Water, Environmental Protection, Things we make and do

Air, Food, Plants and Animals, Shelters, Family and Friend, Soil, Environmental Characteristics of Tripura

Pedagogical Issues in EVS

 

 

Tripura TET Syllabus for Paper- II

 

Child Development & Pedagogy 

Learning and Pedagogy

Child Development: Elementary School Child

Understanding Children with Special Needs & Concept of Inclusive Education

Language I (English)

Pedagogy for Language Development

Language Comprehension

Language II

Kokborok

Bengali

Mathematics

Geometry, Algebra, Number System, Nature of mathematics, Lines and angles,

Data handling, triangles and its properties, Approach to mathematics learning, Mathematics, trends and developments

different teaching-learning methods, Mathematics learning evaluation, Problem of teaching

Mensuration, Arithmetic, Pedagogical Issues in Mathematics, Learning materials in mathematics

understanding children’s thinking and reasoning, 

logical thinking, the language of mathematics

Science

Circulation and conduction, Food and Nutrition, Motion, Force and Pressure, Understanding & Appreciating Science, Remedial Teaching

Evaluation – cognitive/psychomotor/affective, Nature & Structure of Sciences, Solar System, Sound

Thermal Physics, Microorganism and activities, Metal and Non-metal, Text Material/Aids, Optics, Approaches/Integrated Approach

Observation/Experiment/Discovery (Method of Science), Innovation, Natural Science/Aims & objectives, pedagogical issues in science

Pollution, Ecosystem and Natural Resources, Electrostatics, current electricity and magnetism, Agriculture and Tools

 

Social Science/ Social Studies

The Solar System, Rocks: types and characteristics, Geomorphic process: folding, endogenous process and landforms, earth-quake and volcanic, faulting

Our changing earth: weathering and erosion, Geography as social study and as science, Interior of the Earth, Globe, Latitudes and Longitudes, Geography

India after Independence, Diversity in Indian Society, Tribal Society and Festivals of Tripura,

Civilization, History, Sultans of Delhi - 1st and 2nd Battle of Tarain, The National Movement - Gandhian Era, Role of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Beginning of the Mughal Rule – Babar, Sixteen Mahajanapada and the First Empire, The Establishment of Company Power in India

Social and Political Life, Democracy, Government, Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, the Constitution of India, Forest, mineral and power resources of Tripura

Hydrosphere, Economic geography, Atmosphere, Agriculture, automobile industry, information technology (IT) industry, Physical Environment, Human Environment, Pollution of air and water, deforestation and its impact, ozone depletion and green-house effect

India as a physical unit, Concept of hazard and disaster, industrial hazard, biological hazard, wild fire hazard, landslides, Industry: classification, locational factors of industries: iron and steel industry, cotton textile industry

Pedagogical issues

 

 

Exam Pattern 
Tripura TET consists of two papers. Each paper is conducted offline. Paper-I is for candidates who plan to teach in grades I-V. Paper II is intended for candidates who intend to teach grades VI-VIII. There are 150 questions on each paper. Each paper has a time limit of 150 minutes for candidates to complete. All parts have objective style questions with a time limit of 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Tripura TET Paper-I Tripura TET Paper-II
      Child Development and Pedagogy      Child Development and Pedagogy
      Language I       Language I 
      Language II       Language II 
      Mathematics      Mathematics and Science or
     Environmental Studies       Social Science

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