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03 April 2012

TNTET 2012 Admit Card Question Paper Pattern Syllabus

TAMIL NADU government invites application form for   TEACHER ELIGIBLITY TEST TNTET 2012. Last date of filling application form submission was 4 April 2012. Notification for TNTET 2012 was published on 7 march 2012. TAMIL NADU Tet examination of paper 1 schedule to held on 3 June 2012 and Tntet paper 2 written exam schedule to held on 3 June 2012. Qualifying marks of tntet is 60 % or above. All qualified candidate will got a teacher eligibility certificate. This certificate will be valid for 7 year.

Admit card of Tntet paper 1 junior level : written Exam Hall Ticket paper 2
TN TET admit card for written examination will be sent by Teacher recruitment board via ordinary post. Venue of written exam, Roll no will be mentioned on the hall ticket. In case you have not received your admit card before 3 days of written exam you can download a duplicate hall ticket from the TNTET official website: www.trb.in.inc.in

Question Paper Pattern / Structure
There are two paper in TNTET paper I for classed 1st to 5th stander teacher , and paper 2 for classes 6th to class 8th teacher . Teacher Eligibility Test (tet )will be based on the syllabus framed by Government of Tamil Nadu for Classes I to V for Paper I and for Classes VI to VIII for Paper II.
Question paper will consist 150 MCQs  there are no negative marking so attempt all the question during the time. Question paper medium will be in English language and Tamil language.

Paper 1 question paper Pattern for Tntet 2012
  • Child Development and Pedagogy  30 questions 30 marks
  • Language I – Tamil/Telugu/Malayalam/Kannada/Urdu   30 questions 30 marks
  • Language II – English   30 questions 30 marks
  • Mathematics   30 questions 30 marks
  • Environmental Studies   30 questions 30 marks
Subject for tntet 2012 Paper 2 Syllabus
Child Development and Pedagogy  30 question 30 marks
Language I - Tamil/Telugu/Malayalam/Kannada/Urdu (Compulsory)  30 question 30 marks
Language II - English (Compulsory)  30 question 30 marks

(a) For Mathematics and Science Teacher:
Mathematics and Science   60 question 60 marks

(b) For Social Studies Teacher: Social
(c) or Any Other Teacher [(a) or (b) ]

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