Assam HS TET Syllabus 2021; Paper I & II Complete Syllabus Here

Assam HS TET Syllabus is available here. The applicants who have been preparing or planning to sit for the PGT Teacher TET Qualification must clear Assam HS TET. Hence, the Assam HS TET Syllabus is of paramount importance to them. Here, on this page we have made available the complete Assam Higher Secondary TET Syllabus ready for you all. Thus, make use of the available information here to prepare for this highly competitive test.

Latest Advertisement of Assam HS TET 2020

Exam AuthoritySSA, Assam
Advertisement NoRMSA/ HSTET/ 1149/ 2019/ pt/145
Release Date of Notice18/11/2020
Opening of Online Application Form20/11/2020
Last date of Submission of Online Application form30/11/2020
Last date of fees Payment3/12/2020
Date of examination10/1/2021
Admit Card AvailabilityFrom 1st Jan 2021
CategorySyllabus
Notification DetailsClick here

Overview of Assam TET Examination Scheme

The Assam HS TET consists of Two Papers – Paper I and Paper II. Each of the paper shall be for 200 marks with 200 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), each one of them carrying equal marks. The subject areas broadly are as follows –

Sl. NoSubjectMCQMarksTime
Paper I (Common to all candidates)Pedagogy, General English, Basic Numerical and Assam and It’s People1001002 hours
Paper IIOption- A – Exclusively commerce-related
Option- B – Exclusively Science related
Option C –General Studies and Current Affairs
100 in each Option1002 hours
Total Marks200

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Assam HS TET Minimum Qualifying Marks

The applicants who are preparing or going to appear for the Assam HS TET should note that a candidate needs to obtain minimum qualifying marks in each paper separately. The category wise minimum qualifying or passing marks for each paper is as under –

CategoryQualifying Marks
General/ UR60%
SC/ ST/ OBC/ MOBC/ PH/ Reserved55%

Assam HS TET Syllabus 2021 Paper Wise

As discussed above that Assam HS TET is a competitive test of two papers – Paper I & II. Moreover, the candidates need a certain qualifying score to pass the test. Hence, the applicants can refer to the Paper Wise Assam HS TET Syllabus available here. The Syllabus discussed here is as per the official website that is www.ssa.assam.gov.in

Assam HS TET Paper I Syllabus 2021

Subject      Syllabus Details
Pedagogy (20 Marks)Teaching – Learning Process & Pedagogy
General Principles of Teaching
Maxims of Teaching
Significant trends in Modern Teaching
Learning Process
Process of Learning – Major Laws of Learning
Role of Motivation in Learning
Teaching Methods and Technique
Teaching Skills
Teaching Devices
Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: Cognitive, Affective & Psychomotor
Lesson Plan: Essentials of a good Unit
Teaching Aids
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology: Meaning and Nature; Application of Educational Psychology
Attention and Interest
Personality – Its Concept; role of family & school in personality development
Education of Children with Special Needs
Mental Health and Hygiene
Intelligence- concept & nature
Individual differences in intelligence & creativity
Psychology of Adolescence
Significance of Adolescence Period
Dimensions of Development during Adolescence
Emotional problems in the classroom
Understanding the adolescent learner
Juvenile Delinquency
Guidance and Counselling
Understanding Developmental Hazards during adolescence
General English (40 Marks)Remedial Grammar
Determiners
Tense Forms
Auxiliaries
Direct and indirect Narration
Active and Passive Voice
Appropriate Prepositions
Vocabulary
Pairs of Words
Composition
Clauses
Punctuation
Types of Sentences
Sentence Structure
Common Errors
Basic Numericals (Class X Level)(20 Marks)Algebra
Set theory
Quadratic equation
Ratio, proportion and variation
Geometry
Theorems of circle, locus, symmetry & similar triangle
Construction of quadrilateral and co-ordinate geometry
Commercial Arithmetic (Banking and tax)
Trigonometry
Statistics and probability
Mensuration
Assam & its People(20 Marks)History of Assam
Ancient Assam: Bhagadutta, Bhaskar Varman
Medieval Assam : Sukapha, Naranarayana, Vaishnava movement, Sufi movement
Modern Assam: Advent of the British rule, Assam under colonial rule, Assam’s role in the freedom movement.
Geography of Assam
Physical, Economic and Human-physical division
Climate, biodiversity
Agriculture, tea, oil, cottage and small scale industries
Census Assam 2011

Assam HS TET Paper II Syllabus 2021

Assam HS TET Paper II the For Paper II: Candidate has to choose the option carefully by studying the prescribed syllabus. The detailed syllabus for all three papers is available below. Hence, go through the syllabus now and prepare accordingly for the Assam HS TET 2020 Exam.

  • Business Studies – 20 Marks
  • Accountancy – 30 Marks
  • Salesmanship & Advertising -20 Marks
  • Banking – 15 Marks
  • Insurance -15 Marks
  • Physics – 50 Marks
  • Chemistry – 50 Marks
  • Biology – 50 Marks
  • Mathematics – 50 Marks

Option C: General Studies & Current Affairs Syllabus

  • India’s Freedom Movement
  • National Symbols
  • Constitution of India
  • Right issues: Human rights, Consumer’s rights, Right to information
  • Right to education, Right to food, Women’s right
  • Economic Planning in India: Five Year Plans
  • Poverty
  • Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization
  • Indian Economy
  • Census 2011
  • Inclusive growth
  • Physical & Economic geography of India
  • Bio-diversity
  • Climate Change
  • Information technology
  • Fairs, festivals, dances & music
  • National institutions of India
  • International Institutions
  • Major tribes of North Eastern India
  • Events of current importance: State, National and international (From 1991 to present)

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FAQ on Assam HS TET Syllabus

What is the total marks of the Assam HS TET?

Assam TET consists of two papers – Paper I & II of 200 marks each.

How many questions will be asked in each paper?

Both of the Paper will have 100 MCQs.

What is the minimum qualifying marks in both of the test?

For General/ UR it is 60% while for SC/ ST/ OBC/ MOBC/ PH/ Reserved, it is 55% marks.

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