January 14, 2021: We have collected the most important topics for the Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET). This article contains all the topics which have a high probability of being asked in the upcoming CTET 2020 Exam. These topics have been gathered after going through the CTET previous years’ papers of 5 years and also after considering the previous years’ trends. The major sections covered in these topics are Child Development & Pedagogy; Language I; Language II; Mathematics and Science; Social Studies and Environmental Studies.
The CTET 2020 Exam is scheduled to be conducted on January 31, 2021, by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Candidates are recommended to go through the important topics for the CTET exam as it is just around the corner. Candidates must practice on a daily basis in order to qualify the CTET exam. The previous years’ CTET question paper makes excellent practice material. They also help the candidates to check their preparation level.
Following are the important topics for the Child development & Pedagogy section:
Following are the important topics for the Language section:
Following are the important topics for the Mathematics section for Paper - 1:
Following are the important topics for the Mathematics section for Paper - 2:
Following are the important topics for the Environmental Studies section:
Following are the important topics for the Science section:
Following are the important topics for the Social Studies/Social Sciences section:
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. The CTET Examination consists of two papers: 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-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 are required to score at least 60 per cent marks in order to qualify the CTET 2020 Examination.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.