KTET Previous Year Question Paper PDF

KTET Previous Year Question and Sample Model Paper

The responsibility of the State to ensure the quality of recruitment of teachers is mentioned in the RTE Act 2009. According to this, the candidates recruited must have appropriate skills and abilities to handle all issues and challenges of teaching at all levels of schooling.

The KTET is used to test such abilities of the teachers candidates for lower primary level, upper primary level and high school level in Kerala.All the information regarding the notification of dates of the exam, the registration and the downloading of hall ticket can be found on the official website: https://ktet.kerala.gov.in/index.php.

KTET Model Question Papers

The Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test is conducted by the office of the Commissioner for Government Examinations and is organised by Pareeksha Bhavan, Kerala. It is conducted as per the guidelines given by National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)/ Department of General Education/ Government of Kerala and the State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT), Kerala. 

Kerala – TET Exam Pattern

 The papers are divided into different categories. The papers will have Multiple Choice Type Questions (MCQs). Out of four given options, only one will be correct.

The paper will have 150 total questions and it will be of 1 ½ hours. There is no negative marking.

Category I – for teaching at the Lower Primary Level

 

S. No. Subjects MCQs Marks
1. Child Development and Pedagogy (relevant to age group 6-11)

 

Mathematics

Environmental Studies

 

 

30

30

30

30

30

30

 

2. Language I- Malayalam/ Tamil/ Kannada

 

30 30
3. Language II-English/Arabic*

 

30 30

Category II – for teaching at the Upper Primary Level

S. No. Subjects MCQs Marks
1. Child Development and Pedagogy (relevant to age group 11-14)

 

(a) For Mathematics and Science teachers:
Mathematics and Science
or

(b) For Social Science teachers: Social Science or

(c) For any other teachers (a) or (b)

 

 

30

60

30

60

 

2. Language I-Malayalam/Tamil/ Kannada/English

 

30 30
3. Language II- (Other than LanguageI) Malayalam/English

 

30 30

Category III – for teaching at the High School level

S. No. Subjects MCQs Marks
1. Adolescent Psychology, Theories of Learning and Teaching Aptitude

 

40 40
2. Language: Malayalam/English/Tamil/ Kannada

 

30 30
3. Subject specific areas (Content & Pedagogy)

 

80 80

Category IV – for teaching language up to Upper Primary Level, for becoming a specialist teacher and physical education teachers

S. No. Subjects MCQs Marks
1. Child Development, Pedagogy & Teacher Aptitude

 

30 30
2. Language Malayalam/English/Tamil/Kannada 40 40
3. Subjects specific paper (Content & Pedagogy)

 

80 80

The qualifying marks for the K-TET is 60% or more. The certificates validating the educational qualifications must be submitted after the result for verification to get the certificate. Candidates belonging to SC/ST, OBC, OEC, PH and Blind segments must submit their documents for marks relaxation.

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K-TET Selection Process

How to apply?

The K-TET is held at least once a year and all the information including the notification of the exam, the registration, etc can be found online on the official website.

The application fees for K-TET is –

General Category – Rs. 500

SC/ST – Rs. 250

Differently Abled – Rs. 250

The fees can be payed using Debit Card/Credit Card, Net banking or by submitting a Challan at select branches of State Bank of Travancore.

Name of the post Teacher
Application mode Online
Official website https://ktet.kerala.gov.in
Exam mode Offline
Job type Government job
Selection Process Written test

KTET Exam Eligibility Criteria –

A relaxation of 5% qualifying marks for SC/ST and differently abled & 3% for OBC and OEC candidates.

 

S.No.

 

Eligibility Criteria

Category I (Lower Primary Classes)
  • At least 45% marks in higher/senior secondary (or its equivalent)

+ two year Trained Teachers’ Certificate (TTC) [by whatever name known] conducted by Board of Examination, Govt. of Kerala or its equivalent

OR

+ two year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known), in accordance with NCTE, Regulations 2002

OR

  • At least 50% marks in higher/senior secondary (or its equivalent) + 4 year Bachelor of Elementary Education (BElEd).

OR

  • At least 50% marks in higher/senior secondary (or its equivalent) marks +  2 year Diploma in Education (Special Education).

 

Category II (Upper Primary Classes) ·         BA/BSc/BCom + 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education / Trained Teachers’ Certificate (TTC) [by whatever name known] conducted by Board of Examination, Govt. of Kerala or its equivalent.

OR

·         At least 45% marks in BA/BSc/BCom + 1 year Bachelor in Education (BEd), in accordance with NCTE.

OR

·         At least 50% marks in higher/senior secondary (or its equivalent) marks + 4 year Bachelor in Elementary Education (BElEd)

OR

·         At least 50% marks in higher/senior secondary (or its equivalent) marks + 4 year BA/B.Sc.Ed or BA Ed or B.Sc.Ed.

 

Category III (High School Classes) ·         At least 45% marks in BA/BSc/BCom + a B.Ed. Degree in the subject concerned (from any one of the Universities in Kerala or any other Universities recognized as equivalent thereto)

·         At least 50% marks in MScEd Degree in subject concerned from one of the Regional Institutes of Education sponsored by NCERT.

·         At least 45% marks in BA or equivalent degree + who passed in LTTC.

 

Category IV Candidates who have required qualifications for the post of Language Teachers of Arabic, Hindi, Sanskrit & Urdu, Specialist teachers & Physical Education teachers as written in Chapter XXXI of KERALA EDUCATION ACT AND RULES

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 KTET Exam Previous Year Question Papers

Every candidate giving an exam wishes to score the best possible marks. This can only happen if the preparation is up-to-date and the concepts are clear. The syllabus prescribed for the test forms the basis of preparation and must be thoroughly done. But just the syllabus does not suffice for preparation. A lot of times, there are tricks and changes in patterns of exams that can be identified if the previous years’ question papers are kept an eye on. These KTET Previous Papers show how the questions have changed, or can change, and provide better support for preparation. Previous years’ papers also give a clear idea of how to prepare according to the set pattern of the exam within the given time frame. They help in managing time, efficiently solving questions and in providing thorough and proper practice to candidates!

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