TSWREIS Admission 2022: Application Form, Selection Process

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TSWREIS Admission 2022 will be organised by the Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society, Government of Telangana. TSWREIS entrance test is conducted for admission into Class V  and Class XI admission in Telangana Social Welfare Residential Centre of Excellence Colleges. The process of an application takes place in an online mode. Candidates must check the eligibility criteria in order to apply for the TSWREIS admission. There are reservations for the students in these colleges as per the Government of India norms. Check all the procedures to apply, the exam pattern, syllabus etc. 

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Status

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TSWREIS Admission Status
Particulars Events
TSWREIS 2022 application form  December 2021
TSWREIS 2022 Exam  March 2022

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Date

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TSWREIS Admission Date
Particulars Events
Date of Notification December 2021
Application Form availability December 2021
Last date to fill the Application Form January 2022
Candidates can download the Admit Card from March 2022
Date of Entrance Test at level- I March 2022
Issue of 1st level qualified Candidates for 2nd level through website and SMS at the ratio of 1:3 To be announced later
Date of Entrance Test at level-II To be announced later
Announcement of results through website of level To be announced later
Date of intimation by the Principals of COEs concerned

(Call letters will be sent to the selected candidates).

To be announced later
Date of re-opening of the Colleges for the academic

year 2022-23

To be announced later

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Application Form

In order to successfully complete the application process, one need to follow the steps mentioned below:

The government of Telangana operates admission into Class V and Class XI. Candidates can apply for the TSWREIS admission in an online mode. The application process takes place on the official site of TSWREIS. Only those who fulfill the eligibility criteria can apply. The application process takes place in the form of registration, form filling, document uploading, and payment of the application fee.  Look into the process here

Step 1: Online Registration

  • Visit the official website of  TSWREIS Admission i.e tswreis.in
  • Click on the “ TSWREIS Admission  2022 Application Form”
  • Enter the details required such as Candidate‟s Name/ Mother‟s Name/ Father‟s Name etc. 
  • Enter the valid email id and mobile no. 
  • Registration is done and a login id will be generated. 
  • Use the login id to access the account and complete the process. 

Step 2: Fill the Application Form

  • After the registration, login into the account and enter the details such as personal. educational, communication details in the form. Enter the choice of the school, the choice of the examination cities.  

Step 3: Upload The Scanned Images

Photograph Specification 

  • Passport size Photograph with white background   in JPG or JPEG format (size: 10 kb to 200 kb)
  • Must be clear without any caps or goggles. 
  • No need to attest to the photograph. 
  • Note: Same Passport size photographs are to be used for uploading with Online Application Form and for pasting on Attendance Sheet at the Examination Centre/Admission

Signature Specification 

  • Must be in the white background between 4 kb to 30 kb in JPG or JPEG format.
  • Running handwriting

Step 4: Payment of the application fee

  • Candidates can pay the application fee in an online mode through  Debit/Credit Card/Net-banking/UPI
  • Rs.100/-  irrespective of Caste.

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Eligibility Criteria 

For admission to Class V

  1. Reserved category students should be between 9 to 13 years and for others the age limit is between 9 to 11.
  2. Should have studied in the same district for two consecutive years i.e class 3rd and class 4th
  3. The candidates should have studied continuously in the respective district for the two academic years (2021-22)
  4. Education must be from the Government school or in a school recognized by the Government of Telangana.
  5. The candidate must be a bonafide student of Class IV of a recognized school during the academic year 2021-22
  6. The annual income of the parents should not be more than Rs.1,50,000/- in Rural areas and Rs.2.00,000/- in Urban areas.

For admission to Class XI

  1. Students must have passed SSC in one attempt in march 2021-22
  2. Apply and opt for institutions within his / her own district..
  3. Students who studied in Telugu Medium in 10th Class can also apply to English Medium Colleges.
  4. Students can also apply to other districts of the same Zone within the erstwhile District if the group of the same district is full. 
  5. Have a copy of the mark sheet of SSC obtained through E-SEVA / MEE-SEVA is to be enclosed to the application.
  6. . The parent’s income shall not exceed Rs.2,00,000/- per annum, as certified by the MRO.
  7. The age of the students shall not exceed 17 years and in the case of students of SC/ST Community relaxation of 1 year will be given..
  8. The students should produce Caste and Income certificates Issued by the M.R.O /Tahsildar at the time of admissions.

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Syllabus

Class IV Syllabus for the Class V exam 
Subjects  Topics
Mathematics
  • Number System.
  • Addition and subtraction of Number. Multiplication and division of Numbers. Factors & Multiples.
  •  Patterns and symmetry.
  • Fractional Numbers.
  • Decimal Numbers. 
  • Geometrical Shapes.
  • Measurement.
  •  Money. 
  • Time and calendar.
  •  Data Handling
General Science
  • Plant Life : How plants make and store food; Living and surviving of plants 
  • Animal Life : How plants make and store food; Living and surviving of plants animals Our Body : Food and digestion; Teeth and microbes; Safety first; the right clothes to wear.
  •  Our Universe : Weather; The earth and its neighbors; Force, work and energy; Solids, liquids and Gases
Hindi 
  • Essay writing 
  • Picture writing 
  • Unseen Comprehension 
  • Usage of words in Sentences 
  • Gender Changing 
  • Number Changing 
  • Incorrect to correct words 
  • Translation 
English 
  • Composition 
  • Comprehension passage 
  • Parts of Speech – Nouns: Gender, Number Adjectives – degree of comparison Prepositions Articles Pronouns 
  • Jumbled Words 
  • Forms of Verbs
  • Picture Composition 
  • Punctuations

Class X Syllabus for the Class XI exam

 Mathematics 
Topics Subtopics 
Number system Real numbers
Algebra
  • Polynomials
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Pair of linear equations in two variables
  • Arithmetic progressions
Coordinate Geometry Lines [In two dimensions]
Geometry
  • Triangles
  • Circles
  • Constructions
Trigonometry
  • Introduction to Trigonometry
  • Heights and Distance
  • Trigonometric Identities
Mensuration
  • Areas related to circles
  • Surface Areas and volumes
Statistics and Probability
  • Statistics
  • Probability
Internal Assessment
English
Topics Subtopics Topics
Personality Development
  • Attitude is Altitude Biography
  • Every Success Story Is Also Narrative a Story of Great Failures Essay
  • I will Do It Biography
Wit and Humor
  • The Dear Departed (Part – I) Play
  • The Dear Departed (Part – II) Play
  • The Brave Potter Folk Tale
Human Relations
  • The Journey Narrative
  • Another Woman Poem
  • The Never-Never Nest Play
Film and Theatre
  • Rendezvous with Ray Essay
  • Maya Bazaar Review
  • A Tribute Essay
Physical Science
Topics Sub Topics 
Reflection of light at curved surface
  • Normal to the curved surface
  • Spherical mirrors, convex and concave mirrors
  • Pole, Focus, Centre of curvature, principle axis, Radius of curvature, Focal length
  • Formula for spherical mirrors – sign convention
  • Application of reflection – Solar Cooker, etc.
Chemical Equations and Reactions
  • Some daily life examples of chemical reactions.
  • Chemical equations – writing chemical equations, skeletal chemical equations, balancing chemical equations
  • Writing symbols of physical states, Heat changes, gas evolved and precipitate formed
  • Interpreting a balanced chemical equation
Acids, Bases and Salts
  • Chemical properties of acids & bases
  • What do acids have in common? What do bases have in common?
  • Do Acids produce Ions only in an Aqueous Solution?
  • Reaction of Acid, Base with water
  • Strength of Acid or Base – pH scale
  • Importance of pH in everyday life
  • Salts
  • Chemicals from common salt
Refraction of light at curved surface
  • Refraction of light at a curved surface
  • Lenses
  • Rules for Ray diagram
  • Images formed by the lenses
  • Formula derived for thin lenses
  • Focal length of lens depends on the surrounding medium
  • Lens maker formula
Human eye and colourful world
  • Least distance of distinct vision, Angle of vision
  • Structure of human Eye – Focal length of human Eye lens, accommodation
  • Common accommodation defects of vision – Myopia, Hypermetropia, presbyopia
  • Prism
  • Scattering of light
Structure of atom
  • Spectrum
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Bohr’s model of a Hydrogen atom and its limitations
  • Quantum mechanical model of an Atom
  • Electronic Configuration of elements in their atoms
  • nl rule, Energies of electronic energy levels (n+l) rule; Aufbau Principle, Pauli’s principle, Hund’s Rule of maximum multiplicity, Stable configurations
Classification of Elements – The Periodic Table
  • Need for the arrangement of elements in an organized manner
  • Doberieners Triads – Limitations
  • Newland’s law of Octaves
  • Mendeleev’s Periodic Table (Periodic law, Achievements & Limitations)
  • Modern Periodic Table.
chemical Bonding
  • Chemical bond definition (brief explanation)
  • Electronic theory of Valence by Lewis and Kossel
  • Ionic and Covalent bonds: examples with Lewis Dot formulae
  • The arrangement of Ions in Ionic compounds
  • Factors affecting the formation of cation and anion
  • Shapes, bond lengths and bond energies in molecules
  • Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory
  • Valence bond theory
  • Properties of Ionic and Covalent Compounds
electric Current
  • Electric current
  • Potential difference
  • How a battery or a cell works
  • Ohms law and its limitations, resistance, specific resistance, factors influencing resistance, electric shock
  • Electric Circuits
  • Electric power
  • Safety fuses
Electromagnetism
  • Oersted Experiment
  • Magnetic field – field lines
  • Magnetic field due to currents
  • Magnetic force on moving charge and current-carrying wire
  • Electric motor
  • Electromagnetic induction – Faraday’s law (including magnetic flux) – Lenz law
  • Generators and Alternating – Direct Currents
Principles of Metallurgy
  • Occurrence of Metals in nature
  • Extraction of metals from the Ores – activity series and related metallurgy, flow chart of steps involved in the extraction of metals from ore.
  • Corrosion – Prevention of Corrosion
  • Important Processes used in metallurgy
  • Flux
  • Furnace
carbon and its compounds
  • Introduction of Carbon compounds
  • Promotion of an Electron – Bonding in Carbon including Hybridization
  • Allotropes of Carbon
  • Versatile nature of carbon
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Bonding of carbon with other elements
  • Isomerism
  • Homologous series
  • Nomenclature of carbon compounds
  • Chemical properties of carbon compounds
  • Important carbon compounds
  • Esterification reactions
  • Soaps – Saponification, Micelles
Biology 
Topics Sub Topics
Nutrition
  • Life process- Introduction
  • Photosynthesis
  • Nutrition in organisms
  • Digestion in human beings
  • Healthy points about oesophagus
  • Malnutrition
Respiration
  • Respiration – discovery of gases involved in respiration
  • Respiratory system in human being
  • Cellular respiration
  • Respiration – Combustion
  • Evolution of gaseous exchange
  • Plant respiration
Transportation
  • Internal structure of Heart
  • Cardiac cycle
  • Lymphatic system
  • Evolution of transport system
  • Blood pressure
  • Blood clotting
  • Transportation in plants
Excretion
  • Excretion in Human beings
  • Excretory system
  • Structure of Nephron
  • Formation of urine
  • Dialysis – Artificial kidney
  • Accessory Excretory organs in human being (Lungs, skin, liver large intestine)
  • Excretion in other organisms
  • Excretion in plants
  • Excretion, Secretion
Control & coordination
  • Stimulus and response
  • Integrated system – Nerves coordination
  • Nerve cell structure
  • Pathways from stimulus to response
  • Reflex arc
  • Central nervous system
  • Peripheral nervous system
  • Coordination without nerves
  • Autonomous nervous system
  • Coordination in plants – Phytohormones
Reproduction
  • Growth of bacteria in milk.
  • Asexual reproduction
  • Sexual reproduction
  • Sexual reproduction in plants
  • Cell division – Cell cycle
  • Reproductive health – HIV/ AIDS
Coordination in Life Processes
  • Hunger
  • Relation between taste and smell
  • Mouth – a mastication machine
  • Passage of food through oesophagus
  • Stomach is mixer
Heredity
  • New Characters – variation
  • Experiments conducted by Mendal (F1 generation,F2 generation), Mendel’s Laws
  • Parents to offsprings
  • Evolution
  • Origin of species
  • Evolution – Evidences
  • Human Evolution
Our Environment
  • Ecosystem – Food chain
  • Human activities – Their effect on ecosystem
  • Biological pest control measures
Natural resources
  • Case study – Agricultural land (past and present)
  • Case study – Water management
  • Water resources in the Telugu States
  • Natural resources around us
  • Forest Renewable resources
  • Fossil fuels
  • Conservation, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover
Social Science
Topics  Sub Topics
India: Relief

Features

Geological background

• Major relief divisions, – The Himalayas, The Indo-

Gangetic plain, The Peninsular Plateau, The Thar

Desert, The Coastal plains, and the Islands.

Ideas on

Development

  • Income and other Goals

• How to compare Different Countries or States

• Income and other Criteria

• Public Facilities

• Human Development Report – India and its neighbours for 2015 data.

• Development as progress over time

Production and Employment
  • Sectors of Economy
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  • Changes in the importance of sectors: value of goods and services produced and employment of people.
  • Employment – the working life in India
  • How to create more and better conditions of

employment

Climate in Indian Context
  • Climate and Weather
  • Climographs – India
  • Factors influencing climate and weather
  • Winter
  • Summer
  • Advancing monsoon,
  • Retreating monsoon
Indian Rivers and Water Resources
  • The Himalayan Rivers: The Indus system, The Brahmaputra system
  • The Peninsular Rivers
  • Water use
  • Inflows and Outflows
  • Rational and equitable Use of water – a case study or Hivre Bazar of Maharastra
The Population
  • A survey our own area (population)
  • What does the census show?
  • Age structure
  • Sex Ratio
  • Literacy Rates
  • Life Expectancy
  • Population Growth and Processes of Population Change
Settlement and Migration
  • A survey our own area (population)
  • What does the census show?
  • Age structure
  • Sex Ratio
  • Literacy Rates
  • Life Expectancy
  • Population Growth and Processes of Population Change
Settlement and Migration
  • What is a settlement?
  • Urbanisation in India
  • Indian settlements in the hierarchy
  • Aerotropolis – jet – age city
  • Measure and classify migration patterns
  • Migration in India (census 2001, 2011)
  • Rural-Urban migration
  • Seasonal and temporary Migration
  • International migration
Rampur : Village Economy
  • The story of Rampur village
  • Land and other natural resources
  • The story of Rampur village
  • Farming in Rampur
  • Land and other natural resources
Globalisation
  • Production across Countries
  • Interlinking Production Across Countries
  • Foreign trade and Integration of market
  • What is Globalisation
  • Liberalisation of foreign and foreign investment policy
  • Institutions of Global Governance
  • World Trade Organisation (WTO)
  • Impact of Globalisation in India
  • Small Producers?
  • The struggle for a fair Globalisation
Food Security
  • Food security for the country
  • Increasing food grain production
  • Availability of Foodgrains
  • Other food items
  • Access to food
  • Public Distribution System(PDS)
  • Nutrition status
Sustainable Development with Equity
  • Development again…
  • Environment and development
  • People’s Rights over environment
  • Towards sustainable Development withEquity
  • At Alternative Public Distribution system
National Liberation Movements in the colonies
  • China: two different phases.
  • Establishing theRepublic
  • The Rise of the Communist Party ofChina
  • Establishing the New Democracy: 1949-1954
  • LandReforms
  • Vietnam: Against two colonizers
  • The colonial experience
  • Emergence of VietnameseNationalism
  • The New Republic of Vietnam
  • The entry of the US into theWar
  • Nigeria: forming unity against the colonizers
  • British colonialism and the making of aNation
  • Independent and week Democracy Oil, environment and politics
The world between wars 1900-1950
  • world war
  • Causes of the two world wars compared
  • Aggressive nationalism, Imperialism,Secret Alliances, The Armaments Race, Militarism.
  • The special contest of the Second WorldWar
  • The treaty of Versailles
  • The League of nations
  • German Challenge to revengeful domination
  • The fear or Socialism and the USSR
  • Consequences of the WorldWars Enormous human cost Democratic Principles asserted
  • Second World War 1939-1945
  • New balance of power
  • New InternationalOrganisations Enfranchisement of women
  • Russian SocialistRevolution
  • The great depression
  • Rise of Nazism in Germany
  • The defeat and end
National Movement in India – Partition & Independence 1939-1947
  • The Muslim league
  • The Hindu Mahasabha and the RSS
  • The Pakistan Resolution
  • Who will make the British Quit India?
  • The popular upsurge 1946-48
Making of Independent India’s Constitution
  • Revisiting the Indian constitution
  • Nepal Constitution preamble2007
  • Japan Constitution preamble1946
  • Constituent Assembly Debates
  • Draft constitution
  • The vision of the constitution
  • Debate on fundamental rights
  • The ConstitutionToday
The Election Process in India
  • Election system in India
  • The election commission
  • Political parties in the election
  • Conduct of elections at various levels
  • Voting mechanism
  • NOTA
  • The need for electoral reforms
Independent India (The first 30 years 1947-1977)
  • First general elections
  • Election procedure
  • One-party domination in political system
  • Demand for StateReorganization
  • State Reorganization Act,1956
  • SRC – State is organization commission
  • Social and Economic change
  • Foreign policy and wars
  • Anti-Hindi agitation
  • Green Revolution
  • Bangladesh war
  • Emergency
Emerging Political Trends (1977-2007)
  • Return of Democracy after emergency
  • Elections – 1977 – End ofEmergency
  • Some important parties of 1970s BLD, Congress, CPI (M), DMK, Jan Sangh, SAD
  • Regional party -Telangana
  • Assam movement
  • The PunjabAgitation
  • The new initiatives of Rajiv Gandhi Era
  • RiseofCommunalismandCorruptioninHighplaces
Post-War World and India
  • After world war–II
  • UNO
  • Cold war(1945-1991)
  • Proxy war
  • Military alliances
  • Arms and space-race
  • NAM
  • West Asian conflicts
  • Growth of Nationalism in middle east
  • Peace movements
  • Collapse of the USSR
Social Movements in our times
  • Civil Rights and Other Movements of1960s
  • Human Rights Movements in the USSR
  • Anti-nuclear and Anti-WarMovements
  • Globalization, marginalized people and environmental movements
  • Greenpeace Movement in Europe
  • Bhopal Gas Disaster-related movements
  • Silent Valley Movement 1973-85
  • Movement of women for SocialJustice
  • Aadavallu Ekamaite
  • Social mobilization on human rights
  • Meria PaibiMovement
The Movement for the formation of Telangana State
  • The merger of Hyderabad State with India
  • The Gentlemen’sAgreement
  • Mulki Rules
  • Movements in1990s
  • In the process of achieving Telangana
  • Telanganaachieved
  • Prof. JayaShanker

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Exam Pattern 

Candidates must be aware of the exam pattern that indicates the total no. of questions, marking patterns, exam duration, etc. 

Class 11th  Exam Pattern 

  • Duration of the exam is 3 hr min
  • MCQ types questions 
  • Total marks is 150
  • No negative marking
  • Languages will be English and Telugu.
  • There will be 4 sets of question papers. 
Exam Pattern for Class XI Admission
Subjects  Total Question   Maximum Marks
Maths 30 30
Physical Science 30 30
Social Studies 30 30
Bio Science 30 30
English  15 15
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 15 15
Total  150 150

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Result

The conducting body declares the result in an online mode at the official site of TSWREIS  Check the result as per the class preference and the zone applied for. Have the result school wise and category-wise merit list. If the candidates scored the same marks then inter-se- merit is applied. 

TSWREIS School Reservation 

TSWREIS School Reservation 

Category MInimum Percentage
SC 75%
SC Converted Christian 2%
ST 6%
BC 12%
Minorities 3%
EBC/ OC 2%
Total 100%

Note: 

  • 3% of overall seats shall be reserved for the Physically Handicapped 
  • 3% of the overall seats are reserved for Orphans. 

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Overview

TSWREIS Admission 2022 Highlights
Admission Name TSWREIS Admission
Conducting Body Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society, Government of Telangana 
Exam Level School Level
Languages of the paper English and Telugu
Mode of Application Online
Official Website tswreis.in

TSWREIS School Admission FAQs

Ques 1: For how many  TSWREIS  Schools I can apply ?

Ans: One 

Ques 2:  What is the frequency of the TSWREIS School Admission ?

Ans: Once in a year. 

Ques 3: What is the mode of the TSWREIS School Admission application form?

Ans: Online

Ques 4: What is the mode of the  TSWREIS application fee payment?

Ans: Online

Ques 5: Is there negative marking inTSWREIS?

Ans: Yes. 1/4th marking for wrong answer

Ques 6: What is the exam mode of TSWREIS?

Ans: English and Telugu

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