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  • Part - I


  • Part – II


  1. Education: Meaning, Aims of Education, Functions of Education, Types of Education; Constitutional Provisions, important articles and their Educational implications for General and disabled population; Universalization of Elementary Education - Schemes and Programmes to achieve UEE like OBB, APPEP, DPEP, SSA, Open schools, Mid-day-Meals; Recommendations of various committees and commissions during pre-independent and post-independent period. 
  2. Teacher Empowerment: Meaning, interventions for empowerment, Professional code of conduct for teachers, Teacher motivation, Professional development of Teachers and Teacher organizations, National / State Level Organizations for Teacher Education, Maintenance of Records and Registers in Schools.
  3. Educational Concerns in Contemporary India : Inclusive Education: Conceptual Clarification and Definition, Prevalence, Myths & Facts, Characteristics, Classification & Types, Importance of Early Identification and Assessment, Planning Inclusive Education, Programming and Classroom Management in Inclusive Education, Evaluation, Documentation and Record Maintenance, Psycho-Social management, Awareness & Sensitization Strategies; Environmental Education: Concept, Objectives of Environmental Education, Environment and Natural Resources; Environmental Pollution – causes and effects and measures for the protection of environment, Development of Environmental Values through Environmental Education. Literacy: Saakshar Bharat Mission, National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL) School Health Programme, Disaster Management, Population Education, Adolescence Education and Life Skills, Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization, Value Education
  4. Acts / Rights : Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and Andhra Pradesh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules 2010, Child Rights, Human Rights
  5.  National Curriculum Framework, 2005 : Perspective, Learning and Knowledge, Curricular Areas, School Stages and Assessment, School and Classroom Environment, Systemic Reforms

Part – III

Language – I (Indian Languages) (Marks: 09) 

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Part – IV

Language II - English (Marks: 09) 

  1.  Parts of Speech
  2. Tenses
  3. Types of Sentences 
  4. Articles and Prepositions
  5. Degrees of Comparison
  6. Direct Speech and Indirect Speech
  7.  Clauses 
  8. Voice – Active and Passive Voice
  9. Use of Phrases
  10. Comprehension of a Prose Passage
  11. Composition
  12. Vocabulary


Part – V

Mathematics (Marks: 09)

  1.  Number System (Elementary Number Theory): Number system (N,W,Z,Q,R) Numeration and Notation, Representation of numbers on Number Line, place value and four fundamental operations , properties of numbers, squares, cubes, square roots (R) and their extraction square roots of real numbers and cube roots, factorization method, types of surds conjugation and rationalization of surds, Prime and composite numbers, types of prime numbers (co, twin, relative etc.),Fermat number, even and odd numbers, prime factors, LCM, GCD and Theorem of Gauss on relative primes, Roman Numerals, Test of divisibility. International System, Concepts and types of fractions, decimal fractions, rational and irrational numbers, decimal representation, writing pure recurring decimal / mix recurring decimal with integral part their fundamental operations and their use in daily life. 29
  2. Arithmetic: Length, weight, capacity, Time and Money their standard unit and Relation between them, and their use in daily life. Unitary method, Ratio and proportion, Inverse Proportion, Percentages, trade discount, Average, profit – loss, Simple interest, compound interest, Partnership, time-distance and work. Problems pertaining to Clocks and calendar.
  3. Simple Equations: Properties of Equality, Equations, Solving in-equation using their properties, Linear in-equations and their graphs, System of inequations. Linear equations in two variables, System of linear equations and their graphs, Simultaneous equation in two variables, Dependant equations, System of equations, Linear functions.
  4. Algebra: Basic Concepts of Algebra, Algebraic expressions and their Fundamental operations, Degree of a monomial, polynomial, Zero of a polynomial, Fundamental operations of polynomials, Value of expression, Solving Equations. Properties of Polynomials (Commutative etc) and fundamental operations of polynomials. Factorization, Polynomials over integers, Simplification of polynomials, Some special products, Square roots of algebraic expressions, Equations with rational and decimal coefficients, Set – concept – types – Set building form, roster’s form, equality, cardinal and ordinal number, Representation of sets with Venn diagrams , Basic set operations ,Compliment of a Set, Laws of set operations, principal of duality, Relations, Cartesian product of two sets, Applications of set theory, inverse relation, types of relation, Multiplication of a multinomial by a monomial, Binomial expansions, Identities, Division Rule (Remainder Theorem) Factorization GCF/HCF, Factors of multinomial, Common binomial factor, Division of a monomial by a monomial, Factorization of quadratic expression, Exponents and powers, Laws of indices, powers with exponent zero, Formula and their uses, Changing the subject of the formulae, Remainder theorem, Horner’s method of synthetic division, The problem leading to quadratic equations, Laws of rational indices, Modulus of a real number.
  5. Geometry: Structure of geometry and Historical back ground, Geometry in Real Life, Fundamentals in Geometry, Method of proof, concept of converse, Rotation of an angle, Types of angles, Construction and measurement of angles, Line, axis, shapes, reflections. Symmetry – line of symmetry, point of symmetry, reflection, image of an angle. Construction of Different Angles, line segments, midpoint, etc. Triangles, its properties, Inequalities in a triangle, Types of Triangles, Parts of triangle, special cases like unique triangle, concurrency, Similar triangle and their properties, Theorems on similar triangle Congruency of triangles, SAS/ASA/SSA Axioms , Some theorems, Construction of triangles, harder cases, different types, concurrent lines in triangles (some theorems) Median, altitudes of a triangle the circum centre, in centre, the ex-centres, the centroid, orthocenter (Concurrency of triangles).Circles and its parts, Locus, Congruency of Circles, Cyclic Quadrilaterals, Axioms, Straight line, basic axioms parallel lines, Some theorem based on Parallel lines, Angles of a polygon, theorems based on 30 polygons, Similar polygons Parallelogram and its properties, Geometric inequalities, Quadrilaterals , exterior and interior and convex and their constructions, Elements of Three dimensional Objects, Nets of 3 Dim diagrams, Some theorems and their Converse.
  6. Mensuration: Perimeter and Area of Triangle, Quadrilateral, Sector, Circle, different types of paths and polygons. Perimeter and Area of four walls of room, Surface Area and Volumes of Cubes and Cuboids. Tan diagrams, conversion of units.
  7.  Data Handling and Statistics: Introduction to data, data presentation, diagrammatic presentation of data, Guidelines for constructing a diagram, Constructions of Pictographs, Bar-graphs, Pie diagram, Frequency distribution table, frequency graphs (curves, polygon), Ogive curves, Average, Median, Mode. 


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for Telangana & Andhra Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test. TET is being conducted for candidates who Intend to be Teachers for Classes I to V have to Appear for Paper-I and The Candidates Intending to be Teachers for Classes VI to VIII have to Appear For Paper- II. The Teachers Eligibility Test 2015-16 (TET – TS) is Conducted in 2 Papers wise Paper-I & Paper-II.
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  • ·         The written exam is in objective type i.e Multiple choices questions are asked.
  • ·         The written exam is conducted in two papers. They are paper I & paper II.
  • ·         Paper I is for the candidates who are willing to become teachers for Class I to V.
  • ·         Paper II is for the candidates who are willing to become teachers for Class VI to VIII.
  • ·         The duration of time for each paper is for 150 minutes.
  • ·         The total marks for each paper are 150 marks.

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  •  Paper - I & Final Key 
  •  Paper - II (Social Studies) & Final Key 
  •  Paper - II (Mathematics & Science) & Final Key 
  • TS TET - 2016    (Held on 22-05-2016)

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  •  Paper - I  &  Key
  •  Paper - II (Mathematics & Science)  &  Key
  •  Paper - II (Social Studies) &  Key
  • TET - IV (16th March 2014)

  •  Paper - I with Key
  •  Paper - II - Social Studies with Key
  •  Paper - II - Maths & Science with Key
  • TET - III (8th January 2012)

  •  Paper - I & Key
  •  Paper - II - Social Studies & Key
  •  Paper - II - Maths & Science & Key
  • TET - II (1th June 2012)

  •  Paper - I & Key
  •  Paper - II - Social Studies & Key
  •  Paper - II - Maths & Science & Key
  • TET - I (31th July 2011)

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  •  Paper - II - Maths & Science
  •  Paper - II - Social Studies
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     The residential education system in the State is poised for a further boost with the government all set to start 119 Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward Classes Welfare Residential Schools from the 2019-20 academic year.
    Having expedited the process, the Telangana State BC Welfare department has already zeroed on locations for establishing these new schools. 119 New BC Gurukula List “Locations have been identified and the State government has given its consent. Soon the process for identifying buildings and infrastructure will start and the schools will commence from the next academic year,” said a senior official of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward Classes Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society.

    119 New Bc Gurukula

    In 2017, the government has issued orders setting up 119 BC Welfare Schools one in each of the Assembly constituency across the State. Within 40 days, the officials of the Society had located the buildings and commenced the classwork from the June 2017. These schools in the sprawling campuses are not just providing quality education on par with the international and corporate schools but also giving foundation courses for various competitive examinations.
    With their success, there has been a huge demand from the parents for more such schools. The government has accordingly sanctioned 119 more BC Welfare Schools this year. Once the new schools are added, the total number of BC Welfare Schools would go up to 261 from the academic year 2019-20. Of the total 142 existing schools, 69 are for boys and 73 for girls providing quality English medium education.
    The new addition will also see each constituency having two BC Welfare Schools, one for boys and another for girls. “A school for girls will come up in a constituency which has a boys school and vice versa,” the official said.
    Admission to these schools will be through a common entrance test to be held for all welfare residential schools functioning under various societies in the State. For effective the functioning of the new schools, the BC Welfare department has proposed as many as 4,150 teaching and non-teaching posts and the proposal is said to be with the finance department and a nod is expected soon

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    The Candidates who are searching for MJP TS BC Residential Schools entrance test results they can check at official portal the students can check TS MJBC 6th class entrance test results 2019 TS MJBC 7th class entrance test results 2019 TS MJBC 8th class entrance test results 2019. we have updated the MJPTBCWREIS CET 2019 Results and Mahatma jyotiba Phule TS BC Residential 7th classes admission test results 2019 along with the TS BC Welfare entrance test results convener lists and counseling venues.

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    Here in this page you can check MJP TS BC Welfare 7th Class Results 2019 or MJPTBCWREIS 7th Class entrance test Result 2019 Merit list counseling dates convener lists counseling venues. The MJP TS BC Welfare 7th class entrance test results have updated at bottom of the page just click on that to view your MJPTBCWREIS Results 2019. The students who had checked the MJPTBCWREIS Results 2019 for 7th Class they might be thinking when will be the MJPTBCWREIS 7th Class admissions counseling dates certificates dates 2019 here we will update MJPTBCWREIS 7th Class admission test merit list results.
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    TS Model Schools Intermediate Admission Notification 2019 – TSMS Application Form


    Model Schools / Jr. Colleges are established in 194 Educationally Backward Mandals in Telangana State to Cater to the needs of students of those Educational Backward Mandals on par with Kendriya Vidyalayas by providing free quality education by highly qualified teachers in English medium from classes VI to X and Intermediate.

    I. Salient features of Model Schools 

    1. No fee will be collected from students.
    2. The Medium of instructions in English 
    3. Pucca buildings are constructed for Model Schools.
    4. Supply of free textbooks to all students of Intermediate. 
    5. Availability of Science, Computer Laboratories and Library. 
    6. Seats will be filled up as per reservations rules as stipulated in G.O.Ms.No.24 Secondary Education –Prog.-II Dept., Dt. 10.06.2016. 
    7. Hostel facility is available for girls in 154 Model Schools. The following is the tentative admission schedule for admission into I year Intermediate.
    • Online submission of applications 14.05.2019 to 24.05.2019
    • Providing list of candidates applied 25.05.2019
    • Selection list at respective schools 26.05.2019 to 28.05.2019
    • Verification of original certificates of selected candidates for admission 29.05.2019 to 31.05.2019
    • Commencement of classes 01.06.2019 

    •  Physically Challenged students: 3% (in the reservation group of the students) 
    • 33.33% seats shall be reserved for Girls in all categories as indicated in Clause 4(vii).
    • If sufficient number of candidates of any particular category are not available to fill up the seats reserved for that group, they may be filled up by suitable candidates as indicated in Clause 4(x) of G.O.Ms.No.24, dt.10.06.2016.

    Procedure for Admission in TS model Schools

    1. The candidate has to fill in the application in the website 
    2. Candidate has to login to the website, open the application form and fill all necessary details as given in the online application form. They have to upload the photograph and signature. 
    3. Before submitting online application candidate should ensure that all the details are filled and submit the application, take the print out of the filled in online application. 
    4. Filled in online application along with enclosures i.e. copies of SSC marks sheet caste certificate, Adhaar Card and submit to the Principal concerned as per the admission schedule is given. 
    5. The candidate should be native of that Mandal by virtue of domicile or he/she should have studied 9th or 10th Class in that Mandal. 
    6. The Principal will form a committee at school level with PGTs of concerned group and verify the certificate marks/grade secured in SSC and prepare provisional selection list. 
    7. While preparing selection lists, a waiting list of 20% seats also shall be prepared and candidates will be admitted in the order of the selection list from the waiting list for the left over vacancies from the selection lists. 
    8. The selection list should get approved by District Collector or his nominee through DEO. 
    9. The selection list should be displayed on the notice board of the school after approval by District Collector. 
    10. The Principal of the Model School of the Mandal shall take steps to admit selected students duly verifying the certificates and maintain Admission and Withdrawal Register for the School. 
    11. Duly following rule of reservation preference should be given to students who passed from Model School. Then preference should be given to the local students and further if any seats are left over it may be given to students of other Mandals.

    Important instructions to students while filling the application format: 

    • Before submitting online application a sample application format may be filled and furnish correct information.
    • Pass port size photo should be kept ready with them. 
    • Utmost care should be taken while filling the online application. 
    • The candidate is responsible for any mistakes committed by him in online application and no further corrections shall be entertained.  

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    Sanitary Inspectors in, Health Assistant MA&UDD, Field Assistant in TSDDCFL, Assistant Dairy Manager / Manager Gr-II and Assistant Quality Control Officer in TSDDCFL, Field Supervisor and Processing Supervisor in TSDDCFL, Lab Assistant in TSDDCFL, Boiler Operator Gr-II in TSDDCFL, Plant Operator in TSDDCFL, Marketing Assistant in TSDDCFL & Supervisor (Marketing) in TSDDCFL

    Sanitary Inspectors in MA&UDD- Notfn No.19/2018, Health Assistant notfn no.20/2018 in MA&UDD, Field Assistant in TSDDCFL - notfn no.21/2018, Assistant Dairy Manager / Manager Gr-II and Assistant Quality Control Officer in TSDDCFL - notfn no.22/2018, Field Supervisor and Processing Supervisor in TSDDCFL - notfn no.23/2018, Lab Assistant in TSDDCFL - notfn no.24/2018, Boiler Operator Gr-II in TSDDCFL - notfn no.25/2018, Plant Operator in TSDDCFL - notfn no.26/2018, Marketing Assistant in TSDDCFL - notfn no.27/2018 & Supervisor (Marketing) in TSDDCFL - notfn no.28/2018

    TSPSC has conducted written examination for recruitment the above notifications from 13/12/2018 to 17/12/2018 in CBRT mode. The Merit Lists of these notifications are prepared and are made available in the Commission’s Website, the details of which are as follows:

    1. WEB NOTE - MERIT LISTS OF 10 NOTIFICATIONS (19/2018 TO 28/2018).
    2. MERIT LIST FOR NOTFN.NO. 19/2018.

    The candidates if any are admitted in the Merit Lists as per the Court Orders, their admission is purely provisional and subject to outcome of the final judgments in the respective W.Ps/W.As pending before the High Court. In case of any discrepancy in bio-data, candidates may approach TSPSC strictly on or before 13/05/2019, 5.00 PM with proof to carryout corrections if valid.

    ts cpgcet 2019 notification full details TS CPGCET 2019 Notification – Apply Online Application, Exam Dates

    TSCPGCET - 2019 notification Details

     Notification / Fee Particulars
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     Examination Schedule
     Information Brochure
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     Test Zones
     General Instructions
    Exam Pattern of CPGET - 2019
     Participating Universities

    Latest News
     Exam Date From 14thJune 2019
     Submission & Registration of Online Applications Starts From 29th April 2019
     Application Forms will be accepted through online mode only
     Payment can be made through Debit Card, Internet Banking
     Payment र 600/- for SC/ST/PH and र 800/- for Others. For each additional Subject र 400/-
     Last Date(s) for Submission of Online Applications
    without late fee : 30.05.2019 
    with a late fee of र 500/- : 08.06.2019
    with a late fee of र 2000/- : 11.06.2019

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