New Rules and Regulations of Eligibility Test For Primary Teachers
The Indian Government declares new rules for to be a primary school teacher. The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) had made guidelines for the new recruitment of teacher for class one to class eight in Government and private schools.
Now all teachers will be appointed in govt. and private schools after qualifying the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) exam. All the states have to take TET exam of candidate before joining of teacher. Only qualified candidates in TET exam would be eligible for teacher in govt. and private school.
These rules and regulations are also compulsory for private school. If any of the private schools appoint any teacher without TET qualified candidate then there are chances of cancellation of school's affiliations from any board. The old teachers of Govt. and private school don't to qualify TET exam for continuation of their job. They will be considered as TET pass candidate if they change their school.
The TET qualifying certificate will be valid for three years only. After complete the three years teachers have to give and qualify TET test again.
All states have to follow this new rule strictly. Those vacancies for teacher would be fulfilled on merit list or interview which has been came before 25th August 2010. This means that if any vacancies for teacher has announced after 25th August 2010 then candidate will not be appointed on merit list. They have to qualify the TET exam.
TET exam will be conducted for three – three hours in two sets.
Syllabus of TET Exam
1) General Knowledge,
2) Creative Interest and
3) Course of B.Ed
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