Friday, October 10, 2014

Only 37,000 of 7 Lakh clear teacher eligibility test


Only one out of every eighteen aspirants who appeared for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2014 cleared the exam




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Roy said that the reason for the bad results is the reluctance by teachers to update their knowledge. “Teachers maybe good in delivery but they lack content knowledge. As the syllabus is advancing, teachers too need to constantly be updated on their subject,” she added.

Roy Mam Ka Kehna Hai - Ki Teacher Apne Gyan ko Update / Bada Nahin Rahe, Gyan Ka Abhaav Hai.
Teachers ko Lagatar Current Syllabus Va Gyan Ko Update Karna Chahiye.

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Only one out of every eighteen aspirants who appeared for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2014 cleared the exam, raising questions over the quality of training given to teachers in the country.


Out of 6.6 lakh candidates appearing for the exam from across the country on September 21, only 37,472 cleared it. While 5.6% of aspirants cleared both papers in the CTET, only 11.9% cleared paper –I; 2.8% cleared paper-II. The papers tests teachers’ knowledge in the languages and the subjects they will be teaching.
The results in this test was just a tad better than the last exam conducted in January when only 2% students passed the exam. The CTET exam, conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE),  is mandatory for teachers who teach classes 1 to 8.
The dismal performance of teachers has raised concern among experts. “It is shocking to see that a majority of teachers passing from teacher training institutes cannot clear a basic eligibility test that tests their knowledge,” said Basanti Roy, former divisional secretary of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.
Roy said that the reason for the bad results is the reluctance by teachers to update their knowledge. “Teachers maybe good in delivery but they lack content knowledge. As the syllabus is advancing, teachers too need to constantly be updated on their subject,” she added.
On the other hand, principals of CBSE schools said that teachers who do not teach languages failed in language papers, especially Hindi. All candidates have to mandatorily appear for Hindi and English papers and the minimum passing marks is 60%.
If science teachers are made to answer language tests, obviously they will not perform well,” said Raj Alonee, principal of Ram Sheth Thakur Public School, Kharghar. “Those who have not studied Hindi after school or college find the test very difficult. Teachers from Mumbai are particularly facing this problem.”
Some principals also blamed those candidates who gave the test after a long break from their studies for the poor results. “Candidates who have cleared BEd or MEd five or six years back and giving the test now, have lost touch with their subjects and are unable to clear this theoretical exam,” said Avnita Bir, principal of RN Podar School, Santacruz.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

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CBSE Result Declared Result of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2014

See CTET SEPT 2014 Result http://cbseresults.nic.in/ctet/ctet14_oct.htm

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CBSE declares results of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2014

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नई दिल्ली । केन्द्रीय माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड (सीबीएसई) की सेंट्रल टीर्चस एलीजिबिलिटी टेस्ट (टेस्ट) के नतीजे बुधवार को घोषित किए गए। अबकी सीटेट परीक्षा में बीते साल की तुलना में पंजीकृत आवेदकों की संख्या कम थी, लेकिन नतीजे बीते साल की तुलना में तीन गुना अधिक आवेदक सफल हुए हैं। सीबीएसई द्वारा यह परीक्षा 21 सितम्बर को देश-विदेश के विभिन्न परीक्षा केन्द्रों पर आयोजित की गई थी। इसमें पेपर एक व दो में कुल 37 हजार 472 आवेदकों को सफलता हासिल हुई है जबकि बीते वर्ष सफल उम्मीदवारों की संख्या 13 हजार 428 थी। इस बार पेपर एक की परीक्षा में पास फीसद 11.95 रहा है, वहीं पेपर दो का पास फीसद 2.80 रहा है। मार्च 2014 के नतीजों में पेपर एक का पास फीसद 3.39 व पेपर दो का पास फीसद 1.08 था



According to a release from the CBSE, 11.95% of those who sat for paper 1 of the test have cleared it while 2.8% of those who wrote paper 2 passed.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday released the results of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) conducted in September.

According to a release from the CBSE, 11.95% of those who sat for paper 1 of the test have cleared it while 2.8% of those who wrote paper 2 passed.

More than 2.8 lakh candidates appeared for paper 1 of the test. Clearing paper 1 is mandatory to become a teacher in classes from 1 to 5 under the Right To Education Act 2009.

As many as 4.59 lakh candidates sat for paper 2 of the test. Clearing paper 2 is a must to teach in classes from 6 to 8.

The test was conducted at 962 centres across the country and at two centres overseas on September 21. In Srinagar, the test was postponed due to the recent floods.

A release from the CBSE said that candidates could visit www.cbse.nic.in or www.ctet.nic.in to view their results.

The release said that, out of a totalof 206145 candidates who appeared for Paper I of the test, 24629 or 11.95 per cent had qualified. 
In Paper II, 459268 candidates appeared, of whom 12843 or 2.8 per cent qualified, it added.





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CTET exam conducted to be eligible for appointment as a teacher in classes I to VIII. It is controlled by the government of India. TET is known as teacher eligibility test. It is an Indian entrance examination for teachers. This test is mandatory for getting teaching jobs in government schools from class I to class 8.
Central Board of Secondary Education Which conducted center teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) on 21st Sep 2014 at various center across the country. More than 6.98 lakh candidates had registered for CTET September 2014. CTET September 2014 was conducted for appointment of teachers for classes 1 to 8 in July 2014. Those candidates who have appeared for the exam now they are waiting for their CTET exam result 2014. The result of CTET exam result will be declared on 30th oct 2014 by the CBSE on the official website. All candidates can check and download it from the official website



CBSE declares results of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2014

CTET सीटेट परीक्षा के नतीजे घोषित




CBSE declares results of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2014

CBSE CTET Exam 2014 Result Download By Name, Roll Number, Date of Birth CTET RESULT DECLARED

CTET, CTET Answer Key, CTET Result,
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नई दिल्ली । केन्द्रीय माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड (सीबीएसई) की सेंट्रल टीर्चस एलीजिबिलिटी टेस्ट (टेस्ट) के नतीजे बुधवार को घोषित किए गए। अबकी सीटेट परीक्षा में बीते साल की तुलना में पंजीकृत आवेदकों की संख्या कम थी, लेकिन नतीजे बीते साल की तुलना में तीन गुना अधिक आवेदक सफल हुए हैं। सीबीएसई द्वारा यह परीक्षा 21 सितम्बर को देश-विदेश के विभिन्न परीक्षा केन्द्रों पर आयोजित की गई थी। इसमें पेपर एक व दो में कुल 37 हजार 472 आवेदकों को सफलता हासिल हुई है जबकि बीते वर्ष सफल उम्मीदवारों की संख्या 13 हजार 428 थी। इस बार पेपर एक की परीक्षा में पास फीसद 11.95 रहा है, वहीं पेपर दो का पास फीसद 2.80 रहा है। मार्च 2014 के नतीजों में पेपर एक का पास फीसद 3.39 व पेपर दो का पास फीसद 1.08 था



According to a release from the CBSE, 11.95% of those who sat for paper 1 of the test have cleared it while 2.8% of those who wrote paper 2 passed.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday released the results of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) conducted in September.

According to a release from the CBSE, 11.95% of those who sat for paper 1 of the test have cleared it while 2.8% of those who wrote paper 2 passed.

More than 2.8 lakh candidates appeared for paper 1 of the test. Clearing paper 1 is mandatory to become a teacher in classes from 1 to 5 under the Right To Education Act 2009.

As many as 4.59 lakh candidates sat for paper 2 of the test. Clearing paper 2 is a must to teach in classes from 6 to 8.

The test was conducted at 962 centres across the country and at two centres overseas on September 21. In Srinagar, the test was postponed due to the recent floods.

A release from the CBSE said that candidates could visit www.cbse.nic.in or www.ctet.nic.in to view their results.

The release said that, out of a totalof 206145 candidates who appeared for Paper I of the test, 24629 or 11.95 per cent had qualified. 
In Paper II, 459268 candidates appeared, of whom 12843 or 2.8 per cent qualified, it added.





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CTET exam conducted to be eligible for appointment as a teacher in classes I to VIII. It is controlled by the government of India. TET is known as teacher eligibility test. It is an Indian entrance examination for teachers. This test is mandatory for getting teaching jobs in government schools from class I to class 8.
Central Board of Secondary Education Which conducted center teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) on 21st Sep 2014 at various center across the country. More than 6.98 lakh candidates had registered for CTET September 2014. CTET September 2014 was conducted for appointment of teachers for classes 1 to 8 in July 2014. Those candidates who have appeared for the exam now they are waiting for their CTET exam result 2014. The result of CTET exam result will be declared on 30th oct 2014 by the CBSE on the official website. All candidates can check and download it from the official website


Saturday, September 27, 2014

Answer Keys for CTET-SEPT 2014 Examination

Answer Keys for CTET-SEPT 2014 Examination

CTET Answer Key 
Paper-I
Paper-I MainSET M
SET N
SET O
SET P
Punjabi LanguageSET M
SET N
SET O
SET P
Common Keys for 14 Languages
(Telegu,Bengali,Sanskrit,
Malayalam,Manipuri,Odia,
Gujarat,Urdu,Assamese,
Tibetan,Marathi,Khasi,
Garo,Mizo)
SET M
SET N
SET O
SET P
Paper-II
Paper-II MainSET Q
SET R
SET S
SET T
Punjabi LanguageSET Q
SET R
SET S
SET T
Common Keys for 14 Languages
(Telegu,Bengali,Sanskrit,
Malayalam,Manipuri,Odia,
Gujarat,Urdu,Assamese,
Tibetan,Marathi,Khasi,
Garo,Mizo)
SET Q
SET R
SET S
SET T

CTET Answer Key  सीटीईटी में 15 प्रश्नों के दो उत्तर 28




जागरण संवाददाता, इलाहाबाद : केन्द्रीय माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड (सीबीएसई) अपने ही प्रश्नों में फंसता नजर आ रहा है। बोर्ड ने 21 सितम्बर को आयोजित किए केन्द्रीय अध्यापक पात्रता परीक्षा (सीटीईटी) की उत्तर कुंजी में खुद ही अपने आप को गलत ठहराते हुए एक ही प्रश्न के अलग-अलग सेट में अलग-अलग उत्तर दिखाया है। बोर्ड ने कुल 30 प्रश्नों में से 15 प्रश्नों के दो-दो उत्तर जारी कर दिए हैं।1रविवार 21 सितम्बर को देशभर के कई केन्द्रों में आयोजित हुई इस परीक्षा में 6.98 लाख परीक्षार्थी पंजीकृत थे। बोर्ड ने प्रश्नों के सही उत्तर गुरुवार को जारी किये। उत्तर कुंजी जारी होते ही छात्रों ने प्रश्नों के उत्तर से मिलान किया तो सीबीएसई की बड़ी गलतियों का खुलासा हो गया। बोर्ड ने एक ही प्रश्न को अलग-अलग सेट में अलग प्रश्न संख्या के रूप में दिया था और जब उत्तर कुंजी जारी हुई तो उन्हीं प्रश्नों के दो- दो उत्तर जारी कर दिए। इसके अलावा कई प्रश्नों के उत्तर भी गलत जारी कर दिया। बोर्ड ने प्रश्नपत्र के क्यू सेट में भाषा के द्वितीय प्रश्नपत्र के प्रश्न संख्या 123 में कस्य ध्वनि: श्रूयते पूछते हुए इसका उत्तर दूसरे विकल्प वंश्या को बताया है जबकि इसी प्रश्न को टी सेट में प्रश्न संख्या 138 में पूछते हुए इसका उत्तर भेर्या: बताया है। इसी तरह से क्यू सेट के प्रश्न संख्या 124, 125, 126, 127, 132, 133, 135, 140, 142, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148 व 149 पर भी छात्रों ने आपत्ति जाहिर की। छात्रों ने बोर्ड के रवैये पर भी आक्रोश जाहिर किया है। सीटीईटी के एक ही प्रश्नपत्र के आधे प्रश्नों पर उठ रही आपत्ति बोर्ड के कई और गलतियों का संकेत दे रही हैं। हालांकि समय कम होने के कारण छात्र भी असमंजस में पड़े हुए हैं कि वो कैसे सभी प्रश्नों के सही उत्तर जांच कर सामने ला सकें। 25 सितम्बर को अपरान्ह जारी हुए प्रश्नपत्रों की उत्तरकुंजी के आधार पर बोर्ड ने 26 सितम्बर तक ही आपत्ति दर्ज कराने का समय दिया है।

News Sabhaar : Jagran (27.09.14)

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

CTET 2014 answer key to be released

CTET 2014 answer key to be released



 

 September 22, 2014 
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) which conducted Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) on 21st September 2014 at various centres across the country is expected to release the answer key in its official website soon.

Candidates who appeared for CTET 2014 may download the answer key soon after the release in the following official website at http://ctet.nic.in

To download the CTET 2014 answer key, candidates may follow the below steps:

Log on to the official website at http://ctet.nic.in

Find a way to answer key section.

Click the link titled as CTET 2014 answer key.

Answer key for the mentioned CTET 2014 will appear on the screen.

Candidates may take a printout of the published answer key.

CBSE earlier announced a recruitment notification for Teacher posts through online mode in the month of July/August. Eligible candidates were invited to apply for the mentioned posts and applications were accepted till 4th August 2014. CBSE has announced to upload CTET answer key 2014 in its official website within a short period.

Eligibility criteria for appearing in CTET for Classes I-V

Candidates should have Senior Secondary pass certificate with minimum 50% marks or should have 2- year Diploma in Elementary Education.

OR

Candidates should have Senior Secondary pass certificate with at least 50% marks or should have4- year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed).

Eligibility criteria for appearing in CTET for Classes VI-VIII

Candidates should have a graduation degree or 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education.

Candidates with minimum 50% marks in graduation or 1-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed) may also apply.

Candidates with minimum 50% marks in Senior Secondary or 4- year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) may also apply.

Based on the written exam held on 21st September 2014, answer key will be released on the official website. Candidates may check the answer key and make a rough judgement of their results. Discrepancies regarding the published answer key should be immediately notified before the stipulated date which will be announced along with the answer key. Late notification will not be accepted.

For more details candidates may visit the official website at http://ctet.nic.in


Monday, September 8, 2014

ASSAM TET : State staring at teacher shortfall

ASSAM TET : State staring at teacher shortfall




ASSAM TET, ATET,
Guwahati: The state is likely to face a severe shortage of trained teachers at the elementary level (Classes I to VIII) as having a teachers' training diploma will become mandatory for Teacher's Eligibility Test (TET) aspirants from next year.

Sources in the education department said, unless their intake capacity is increased, the state's teacher's training institutes cannot fulfill the demand for trained teachers.

"From March 31 next year, having a diploma in elementary education will become mandatory for TET aspirants. According to the Right to Education (RTE) Act, a candidate must complete this training before he or she becomes eligible to appear for the TET exam," said an education department official.


Assam requires around 6,000 trained teachers every year to fill vacancies in lower and upper primary sections of schools. However, the state's teacher's training institutes produce around 2,200 trained teachers for the elementary level every year.

When contacted, officials of the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Assam, which looks after teacher's training for the elementary level, said efforts are on to produce more trained teachers at the elementary level. However, they didn't say anything about enhancing the intake capacity of the institutes.

"We have initiated the process to begin two-year diploma courses in elementary education in 19 Basic Training Centers, five District Institute of Education and Training and three normal schools. As soon as these institutions get permission from the National Council for Teacher Education to start the diploma course, we will be able to produce more trained teachers," said L N Sonowal, assistant director of SCERT, Assam.


News Source : timesofindia.indiatimes.com Times of India News paper (05.09.2014)

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

TET is mandatory to become RTE Teacher - Smriti Irani

TET is mandatory to become RTE Teacher - Smriti Irani


Teachers who are appointed have to possess requisite qualification prescribed by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) and pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)





Over 600,000 primary teachers' posts lying vacant

Over 600,000 posts of teachers at primary level are lying vacant under the state sector and the national literacy mission, parliament was informed on Monday.

"The total teachers post lying vacant at the primary level both under the state sector and the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan are 6, 06, 191," human resource development Minister Smriti Irani told the Rajya Sabha in a written reply.

"The states recruits teachers based on their recruitment rules. However, teachers who are appointed have to possess requisite qualification prescribed by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) and pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)," she added.
Irani said that the recruitment of teachers on contract basis therefore does not affect the quality of teaching adversely as all teachers recruited have to meet the educational qualification as well as professional qualifications.

"However, professional qualifications are sometimes relaxed under section 23 of the right of children to free and compulsory education (RTE) Act, 2009 for states where there is a shortage of professionally qualified teachers, with the provision that they acquire the same through a two year training programme in distance mode," she said.

Irani also informed that the pupil teacher ratio (PTR) has improved nationally to 1:25 and most states barring Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh have normative PTRs.

News : Times of India India Times (5.8.14)