UPTET Application Form 2017, UPTET 2017 Online Registration Exam Date:
UP Basic board is giving an invitation to fill UPTET 2016-17 Exam form to apply for UPTET Primary Teacher exam and Upper Primary Teacher exam.
Gyan Mantra is one stop solution for all your queries and doubts regarding UPTET. Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test or UPTET is considered as the most crucial exam for those who want to pursue teaching as their career and wish to get selected at the post of teacher at an elementary and primary level in the schools governed by the state government. Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) is conducted by the government of Uttar Pradesh with an aim to appoint the candidate as a teacher in either primary or secondary school of government or private management in the state. Gyan Mantra provides complete coaching and training to aspiring teachers for various competitive exams including UPTET, PRT, CTET and many more. All eligible candidates will have to appear for the written exam which consists of 2 papers i.e. Paper I and Paper II, Paper I of UPTET will be conducted for the aspirants seeking appointment as a teacher for class I-V and Paper II is for candidates willing to teach from class VI-VII. Aspirants can check further details regarding exam pattern and important dates below:
To apply online for UPTET Application 2017 Form you can fill online application form click here.
Application last date: 25/10/2016
Admit Card Download date: 1/12/2016
Exam date: 19/12/2016
Answer Key: 27/12/2016
Official site: http//upbasiceduboard.gov.in
Primary Teacher :BTC/2 years in BTC Urdu / Graduation in Equivalent Courses
Upper Primary Teacher :B.Ed Compulsory / Gradutaion with 40% Marks / 4 years Special Education Diploma with 50% Marks
Child Development and Pedagogy30 Marks30 MCQs
Language I (Hindi/compulsory)30 Marks30 MCQs
Language II (Sanskrit/English/Urdu)30 Marks30 MCQs
Mathematics30 Marks30 MCQs
Environmental Studies30 Marks30 MCQs
Total150 Marks150 MCQs
UPTET 2017 Exam Pattern
- There will be 5 sections in the written paper.
- There will be no negative marking and candidates are required to attempt all sections to qualify the exam.
- All the sections contains total 150 Marks.