UPTET Exam Pattern 2019, Selection Process & Passing Marks

Posted By |2019-10-16 17:05

UPTET Exam Pattern 2019: Candidates appearing in the UPTET 2019 exam must go through the exam pattern, so they can score better in the UPTET 2019 Exam.

There are no changes made in the UPTET Exam pattern 2019 so far. The exam pattern is almost the same as the Teacher Eligibility Tests of other states. As per the UPTET exam pattern candidates need to opt for Paper I or Paper II.

Candidates who want to teach Class I to V need to take Paper I exam and those who want to teach Class V to VIII need to take Paper II exam.

Capabilities of candidates to teach primary and upper primary level students are thoroughly checked in both Paper I and Paper II respectively.

As per the UPTET exam pattern 2019, the test will be conducted offline and both Paper I and II will have objective type MCQs.

UPTET Exam pattern 2019 for both the papers are almost similar except the difficulty level of the papers and specific sections for Maths/Science and Social Science.

UPTET Exam Pattern & Structure

 

  Frequency   Once in a year
  Type   MCQ
  Mode   OMR based (pen and paper)
  Duration for each paper   2 hours and 30 minutes
  Total number of questions   150 questions in each paper
  Maximum marks in each paper   150 marks
  Marks for every correct answer   1 mark
  Negative marking   No negative marking
  Language of the paper   Bilingual (Hindi/English)
  Number of attempts   No restrictions on attempts
  Validity of score card   5 years

 

Structure of paper I

 

Section Number of Questions Total Marks
Child Development, Learning and Pedagogy  30 Questions  30 Marks
Language – I(Hindi)  30 Questions  30 Marks
Language – II(Any one from    English, Sanskrit or Urdu)  30 Questions  30 Marks
Mathematics  30 Questions  30 Marks
Environmental Studies  30 Questions  30 Marks

 

 

  • This paper focuses on the educational psychology of teaching and learning relevant to classes 1 to 5.
  • Topics in this paper focus on understanding the characteristics and needs of diverse learners, interaction with learners and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.
  • UPTET Syllabus is based on the topics given in NCERT Books of class I-V.
  • The section on Maths and EVS evaluates a candidate on his facts, concepts, and understanding of the subject.
  • Language papers simply test the candidate for skills of instructions medium. Language I and Language II cannot be the same.

 

Structure of paper II

 

Section Number of Questions Total Marks
Child Development, Learning and Pedagogy  30 Questions 30 Marks
Language – I(Hindi)  30 Questions 30 Marks
Language – II (Any one from English, Sanskrit or Urdu)  30 Questions 30 Marks
A. Mathematics / Science 
B. Social Studies/ Social Science
 60 Questions 60 Marks

 

  • UPTET Syllabus of Paper 2 focuses on the educational psychology of teaching and learning relevant to classes 6 to 8.
  • Candidates interested in Maths or Science have to choose OPTION A and candidates interested in social science should attempt OPTION B.
  • Language I and Language II cannot be same. 
  • The standard of questions in paper II is according to the topics prescribed by NCERT in books of class VI-VIII?

 

UPTET Passing Marks & Selection Process 

  • Candidate must secure a minimum of 60% marks (55% for reserved category) to qualify the entrance exam.
  • Candidates who are qualified will be awarded the UPTET Eligibility Certificate which is valid for 5 years.
Category Detail Qualifying Marks Total Marks
UR 90 Marks 150 Marks
OBC/SC/ST 82 Marks 150 Marks
  • They will be offered jobs in affiliated schools as per merit.
  • Candidates can receive their UPTET Eligibility Certificate from the District Education Board by providing a copy of UPTET 2019 Admit Card and Photo Identity Card.

There are no restrictions on numbers of attempts. So, in case you feel you can score better marks, you may sit for the exam.

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