PTET 2013 Exam, Admit Card, Syllabus & tips


About the Entrance Exam

PTET Exam is conducted by Rajasthan. This is an entrance exam for Pre Teachers. The entrance test is a gateway to Bachelor of Education (B.Ed). After passing the exam a person becomes eligible to do B.Ed from any institute around the State. The paper is scheduled for the summer month of May/June. Maharishi Dayanand University, Jai Narayan Vyas University and Jodhpur University jointly take interest in conducting this exam.

Those who want to know more about this exam and as to how to go about it, for them counselling sessions are held online. Counselling sessions are conducted after seeing the result of the candidate in the PTET Exam. Reserved quota for candidates to be admitted for B.Ed course after the entrance exam is managed by the guidelines laid down by Jai Narayan Vyas University.

Eligibility Criteria

Students of Jai NarainVyas University are given first preference for sitting in PTET 20Examination. The candidate must be at least a graduate or one having a post-graduation degree. A general candidate should at least have 45% marks. For scheduled caste candidates only 40% is required to sit for the exam.

Any person who is of 17 years can sit for the exam.

Getting the Admit Card

PTET 2013 Admit card for candidates eligible for the exam can be downloaded straight from the net. If the person has an application number or challan number the card can be downloaded using that. Hall ticket for the candidates can be got via a mobile number, by giving general details about oneself or by giving a form number.

Syllabus for the Exam

There is quite a long syllabus for PTET 2013 prospective B.Ed candidates. One should be good in reasoning, imagination, decision making abilities and good in drawing inferences. Generalization and creative thinking should also be there as a part of his mental make-up.

Teaching Attitude & Aptitude is second in line after mental ability. Like the previous paper this paper too comes with a set of 50 questions. The questions are usually framed upon social maturity, professional commitment, communication, leadership and awareness etc.

The third section of the exam paper syllabus is concerned with general awareness. 50 objective questions with multiple choices are asked on current affairs of both national and international level; there are questions on Indian History and Indian Culture. Questions may be put about leading men and women of India who might be dead or alive. Candidates with environmental awareness have a good chance to clear the exam. As the exam is conducted by Rajasthan the candidate should know each and every thing about Rajasthan.

A person’s language efficiency is checked through 50 objective questions. A candidate’s knowledge of Hindi and English is tested down the line.

How to get through?

Candidates having enough knowledge in the above mentioned fields have to get through a 3 hours paper to be eligible for B.Ed course. Care is to be taken while answering the questions as negative marking is done while checking the papers.


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