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UPTET 2020 Syllabus: Subjects, Topics, Exam pattern, Important Books

Updated On - May 25 2020 by Latika Kalra

 UPTET 2020 Syllabus is set by the Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board. The syllabus is same as per the previous year for both paper I and paper II. Applicants who want to be a teacher of class I to V have to appear for the paper I and applicants who intend to be a teacher for class VI to VIII have to give paper II.  Read the below-given article to know more about UPTET 2020 Syllabus in detail. Candidates can download the UPTET 2020 Syllabus PDF given in the article.

UPTET 2020 Syllabus

UPTET 2020 Syllabus comprises of the topics from both the papers (1 and 2) and it will remain the same over the years. Given below is the complete syllabus including topics and subjects.
Syllabus For Paper I
Child Development and Pedagogy:
  • Child development: meaning, need and area of ​​child development, stages of child development, physical development, mental development, emotional development, language development – development of expressive capacity, development of creativity and creative ability.
  • Basis of child development and factors influencing them – inheritance, environment. (Family, social, school, communication medium)
Meaning and principles of learning:
  • Factors influencing the meaning of learning
  • Effective methods of learning
  • Rules of learning
  • The main principles of learning and their practical utility in classroom teaching.
  • Thorndike’s theory of effort and error
  • Pavelava’s theory of associated response
  • Skinner’s action-oriented learning theory, Kohler’s theory of intuition or insight.
  • The theory/concept of onions Vygausky’s theory learning curve.
  • The cause and meaning of plateau in learning and resolving.
  • Teaching and Learning Methods, Communication, Principles of Teaching, Formulas of Teaching, Teaching Methods, New Methods of Teaching (Approach), Meaning and Purpose of Teaching, Basic Teaching and Basic Skills of Teaching.
II. Language-1
Hindi
  • Unseen passage
  • Hindi alphabet. (Vowels, consonants)
  • Identification of words with and without vowels.
  • sentence formation
  • The mutual difference in all Hindi sounds
  • The difference in all Hindi language sounds, classes, Anusvara, Anunasik and Chandrabindu.
  • Words made using conjunct and resonant sounds.
  • All types of Matras
  • Punctuation marks 
  • Antonyms, synonyms, rhyming, inflexions, words with similar sounds.
  • The distinction of noun, pronoun, verb and adjective.
  • Promise, gender and time.
  • Identification and difference of words with tatsam, tadbhav, suffixes, prefixes.
  • Meaning of proverbs and idioms.
  • Sandhi
  • Distinctions of speech, harmony and speech.
  • Works of poets and writers.
B) Teaching language development
  •  Learning and acquisition
  •  Language
III. Language-2
English/ Urdu/ Sanskrit
English
  • Unseen Passage
  • Subject And Predicate
  • Kinds of Sentences
  • Parts of Speech
  • Kinds of Noun
  • Pronoun
  • Adverb
  • Adjective
  • Verb
  • Preposition
  • Conjunction
  •  Present, Past, Future Tenses
  • Articles
  • Punctuation
  • Word Formation
  • Active & Passive Voice
  • Singular & Plural
  • Gender
IV: Mathematics
  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division of numbers and numbers.
  • LCM
  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of chinas.
  • Decimals – Add, subtract, multiply and divide.
  • Unitary rule Percent.
  • profit loss.
  • Simple interest.
  • Geometry – Geometric shapes and surfaces, angle triangles.
  • Circle.
  • Money (Rupees – Money).
  • Measurement – time, weight, capacity.
  • Length and temperature.
  • Perimeter (perimeter) – three-dimensional rectangle, quadrilateral.
  • Calendar.
  • Statistics.
  • Volume, capacity – density, cuboid.
  • Area – rectangle, square.
  • Railway or bus timetable.
  • Presentation and representation of data.
V. Environmental Studies
  • Family.
  • Food, Health and Hygiene.
  • Accommodation.
  • Trees – Plants and Animals.
  • Our environment.
  • Business and Individuals associated with the local profession water.
  • Traffic and Communications.
  • Sports and Sportsmanship.
  • India – rivers, mountains, plateau forests, traffic, continents and oceans.
  • Our territory is rivers, mountains, plateaus, forests, traffic.
  • Constitution.
  • Governance Local Self-Government Gram Panchayat, Nagar-Panchayat,
  • District-Panchayat,
  • Municipal-Municipal Corporation-District Administration, State Governance, Administrator,
  • Judiciary Executive National,
  • National – Symbol, Voting, National Integration.
  • Environmental needs, importance and utility, environmental protection.
For paper II
I. Child Development and Pedagogy
  • Child development: meaning, need and area of ​​child development, stages of child development, physical development, mental development, emotional development, language development – development of expressive capacity, development of creativity and creative ability.
  • Basis of child development and factors influencing them – inheritance, environment. (Family, social, school, communication medium)
Meaning and principles of learning
  • Factors influencing the meaning of learning (learning).
  • Effective methods of learning.
  • Rules of learning: main rules of learning of the and their importance in learning.
  • The main principles of learning and their practical utility in classroom teaching.
  • Thorndike’s theory of effort and error,
  • Pavelava’s theory of associated response,
  • Skinner’s action-oriented learning theory, Kohler’s theory of intuition or insight.
  • The theory of onions Vygausky’s theory learning curve – meaning and type.
  • The meaning and cause of plateau in learning and resolving.
  • Teaching and Learning Methods, Meaning and Purpose of Teaching, Communication, Principles of Teaching, Formulas of Teaching, Teaching Methods, New Methods of Teaching (Approach), Basic Teaching and Basic Skills of Teaching.
II. Language 2
(i) English:
  • Unseen Passage
  • Nouns and its Kinds
  • Pronoun and its Kinds
  • Verb and its Kinds
  • Adjective and its Kinds & Degrees
  • Adverb and its Kinds
  • A preposition and its Kinds
  • Conjunction and its Kinds
  • Intersection
  • Singular and Plural
  • Subject and Predicate
  • Negative and interrogative sentences
  • Masculine and Feminine Gender
  • Punctuations
  • Suffix with Root words
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Use of Somebody, Nobody, Anybody
  • Part of speech
  • Narration
  • Active voice and Passive voice
  • Antonyms & Synonyms
  • Use of Homophones
  • Use of request in sentences
  • Silent Letters in words
IV. Maths and Science
Mathematics:
  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division of numbers and numbers.
  • Minimum common factor and maximum common factor.
  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions.
  • Decimal – Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
  • Uniform rule.
  • Per cent.
  • profit loss.
  • Simple interest.
  • Geometry – Geometric shapes and surfaces, angles, triangles, circles.
  • Money (Rupees – Money).
  • Measurement – time, weight, capacity, length and temperature.
  • Perimeter (perimeter) – trident, rectangle, square, quadrilateral.
  • Calendar.
  • Statistics.
  • Volume, capacity – density, cuboid.
  • Area – rectangle, square. Railway or bus timetable.
  • Presentation and representation of data.
Science:
  • Science, important discoveries, importance, anthropology and technology in daily life.
  • Fibres and textiles, from fibres to textiles. (Process)
  • living inanimate pay – jib world, classification of living organisms, classification of plants and animals based on birth and vegetation, adaptation of organisms and changes in plants.
  • The structure and function of animals.
  • Micro-organisms and their classification.
  • From cell to the organ.
  • Adolescence, disability.
  • Food, health and disease, crop production, nitrogen chokes.
  • Nutrition in animals.
  • Nutrition, reproduction, beneficial plants in plants.
  • Respiratory emission in organisms, measuring beneficial animals.
  • Electric current
  • Nomadism.
  • Speed, Force and Equipment.
  • Energy.
  • Computer.
  • Sound.
  • static electricity.
  • Lighting and Lighting Equipment.
  • Air – properties, composition, necessity, utility, ozone layer, greenhouse effect.
  • Water requirement. Utilities, Source Properties, Pollution, Water Conservation.
  • Groups of substances, Matter, separation of substances, structure and nature of matter.
  • Nearby, changes in the neighbourhood, physical and chemical changes.
  • Acids, Bases, Salts.
  • Heat and heat
  • Man-made goods, plastics, glass soap, mritika.
  • Minerals and Metals.
  • Carbon and its compounds.
  • Alternative sources of energy
V. Social Science:
  • History
  • Civics
  • Geography
  • Environmental Studies
  • Home science
  • Music
  • Physical education
  • Teaching related topics

UPTET 2020 Exam Pattern

Candidates must be aware of the UPTET 2020 Exam Pattern to get an idea regarding the exam. Check the exam pattern form below:

  • Mode of Exam:  Offline (PBT) mode.
  • Type of Question: Objective type questions (MCQs)
  • Number of Questions: Both the papers contain 150 questions each.
  • Exam Duration: 180 minutes (three hours).
  • Marking Scheme: (+1) mark will be given for each correct answer and there is no negative marking for the wrong answer.

Given below is the subject-wise distribution of marks:

For paper I
UPTET 2020 Exam Pattern for Paper I
SubjectNumbers of QuestionsTotal Marks
Child development and teaching3030
Language I (Hindi)3030
Language II (English/Urdu/Sanskrit)3030
Mathematics3030
Environmental Studies3030
TOTAL150150
For paper II
UPTET Exam patter 2020 for paper II
SubjectNumbers of QuestionsTotal Marks
Child Development and Teaching3030
Language I (compulsory)3030
Language II (compulsory)3030
Any for Mathematics/Science/Social Studies/Other Teachers6060
TOTAL150150

Applicants must check the above-mentioned UPTET paper pattern as it will give them a clear image of the structure of question paper.

UPTET 2020 Important Books

Applicants can refer to the below-given list of UPTET 2020 Important books for the preparation of entrance exam. 

Books for UPTET 2020 
Books NameAuthor
UPTET Paper-II Class VI-VIII (MATHS & Science) 15 Practice SetsG.K. Publications Private Limited
UPTET Paper-II guide Upper Primary Level for Social Studies Teachers Ramesh Publishing House
UPTET Paper-II Class VI-VIII Social Studies GuideG.K. Publications Private Limited
UPTET  (Class VI-VIII) Vigyan & Ganit Chapertwise Solved PapersVidya Prakashan Mandir Ltd
UPTET Paper-II Uttar Pradesh Shikshak Patrata ParikshaArihant Publications

It is advised to prepare according to the books given above.

UPTET 2020 Preparation Tips

Given below is the UPTET 2020 Preparation tips which candidates can follow for the preparation:

  • Candidates must know the UPTET syllabus and must go through it and analyse their strong and weak topics for preparation.
  • Solve more previous year papers more as it will help with defining the weightage of each topic and prioritise the important exam topics.
  •  Candidates must take mock tests of themselves as that will help them know the level of preparation they have done and the preparation they have to do further.
  • Applicants must make notes as they are important for the last moment revision. Notes prepared must be neat, short and precise and must contain all the important points that a candidate wish to raise in the end.
  • Before attempting tough questions, the candidate must first clear their basics for a topic and are advised to not leave any doubt or query unattended.

UPTET 2020 Result

UPTET 2020 Result has been announced on the official website of UPTET. The result was declared by the UPBEB on the official website after the completion of the TET 2019 examination. Applicants can check their UPTET results by using their login credentials.

 

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