Bihar Teacher Eligibility Test (BETET) 2017: Exam Pattern And Qualifying Criteria Decoded

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Bihar Teacher Eligibility Test (BETET) 2017: Exam Pattern And Qualifying Criteria Decoded

Bihar Teacher Eligibility Test 2017: Exam Pattern And Qualifying Criteria


New Delhi:  Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has begun the application process for Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) 2017. The exam is scheduled on June 11, 2017. The exam will be conducted separately for class 1-5 teachers and class 6-8 teachers. The exam will have two papers. Paper I will be for class 1-5 teachers and Paper II will be for class 6-8 teachers. If you are one of those candidates who fulfill eligibility for both class 1-5 and class 6-8 then and wish to apply for both, you will have to qualify in both papers. 

Paper pattern for Paper I

Paper I will have five sections. The paper will be of two and a half hours duration. There will be total 150 questions, that is 30 questions in each section. Each question will carry one mark. The sections which comprise the question paper are given below:
  • Child Development and Pedagogy
  • Language I (Hindi/Urdu)
  • Language II (Urdu/Bengali)
  • Mathematics
  • Environmental Science
Note: You cannot select the same language for Language I and II.

Read Here: Bihar Teacher Eligibility Test Eligibility Criteria And Application Process

Paper pattern for Paper II

Paper II will have four sections. The paper will be of two and a half hours duration. There will be a total 150 questions, each carrying one mark. Except for Mathematics and Science or Social Science which has 60 questions, the other three sections has 30 questions each. The sections which comprise the paper II are:
  • Child Development and Pedagogy 
  • Language I (Hindi/Urdu/Maithili/Bhojpuri/Sanskrit/Arabic/Persian/English)
  • Language II (Hindi/Urdu/Maithili/Bhojpuri/Sanskrit/Arabic/Persian/English)
  • Mathematics and Science/Social Science
Note: You cannot select the same language for Language I and II.

Qualifying Criteria

In order to qualify in the exam, the category-wise qualifying marks is given below:
General Male - 90 marks
Backward Classes/ OBC/ Female/ Physically Handicapped - 83 marks
Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe - 75 marks 
If you appear in both the papers, you will have to obtain qualifying marks in both the papers separately. 

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