The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is ready to host the selection test for filling up the vacant posts. NCERT 2017 admit card for various posts like AMH, PGT, TGT, PRT has been released now at ncert.nic.in website.
Current Update: The examination for TGT posts has been postponed. The exam won’t be held on 30th July 2017. The NCERT Teacher Admit Card & exam date to be available soon. The Examination for Work Experience Teacher (WET) vacancy will also be commenced later.
The examination for LDC recruitment has already been conducted in December. Now, the candidates are looking forward to NCERT PRT, NCERT PGT Exams as a large portion of the applicants belongs to these vacancies. The exam for the remaining posts will be held on 30th July.
|NCERT Exam Info|
|Recruiter||National Council of Educational Research and Training|
|Recruitment For||PGT, PRT etc.|
|Registration Start||10th September 2016|
|Last Date||6th October 2016|
|Application Fee Deadline||20th October 2016|
|30th July 2017|
As the admit card for the teaching recruitment is officially published, you can download it now using the below-given step by step guide. We will keep you informed you through this article about the latest changes, notices presented by the exam conducting authority.
Download NCERT Admit Card 2017 using www.ncert.nic.in
Once officially issued, you can print out your copy of the NCERT Call Letter/Hall Ticket through the following steps:
- Open the official NCERT Recruitment website: www.ncert.nic.in
- Find the link saying NCERT Admit Card 2017 specific to the posts.
- Enter the asked login credentials such as Registration ID, DOB, or anything else required.
- At last, submit these details and your NCERT Admit Card shall be shown on the screen.
- Download the call letter to your device and take the neat & clean hard copy for the further usage.
The recruitment for 69 teaching vacancies was advertised by this recruiter in September 2016. The advertisement consists of Assistant Head Master, TGT, PGT, and some other posts.
- Assistant Headmaster: 2 posts.
- Post Graduate Teacher (PGT): 14 posts.
- Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT): 11 posts.
- Primary Teacher (PRT): 13 posts.
- Work Experience Teacher (WET): 29 posts.
NCERT Exam Pattern For Assistant Headmaster
- Part I – LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST (20 MARKS).
- General English (10 Marks).
- General Hindi (10 Marks).
- Part II – GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY (40 MARKS).
- General Knowledge & Contemporary Issues (10 Marks).
- Logical Reasoning (10 Marks).
- Computer Literacy (10 Marks).
- Quantitative Aptitude Test (10 Marks).
- Part III – ACADEMIC, ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE (100 MARKS).
- Child Development & Pedagogy (20 Marks).
- Perspectives in Education & School Organisation (20 Marks).
- Teaching Methodology (20 Marks).
- Administration & Finance (40 Marks).
- This phase carries a total of 60 marks.
NCERT Selection Scheme For Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) posts
- Part I – This section to have a total of 40 multiple choice questions for 40 Marks in English and Hindi subjects carrying 20 marks each.
- Part II – This part to have 160 multiple choice questions of 1 mark is given for each. The questions comprising Current Affairs (20), Reasoning and Numerical Ability (20 Marks), Teaching Methodology (20 Marks) and the subjects concerned (100 Marks) questions (The syllabus for the subject concerned shall be shown on NCERT website before the examination).
The timing for the written test will be of 03 hours. The Part II of the aspirant will be checked only if he/she clears Part I by securing at least 5 marks each in English & Hindi subjects and 13 marks in aggregate.
- The First Part of the written test has the qualifying nature. The final selection will be based on the marks obtained by the candidate in Part II o the written exam and interview. The weight age of the written examination (Part II) and personal interview will be 70:30.
For NCERT Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) & Primary Teacher (PRT)
- Part I – This section carries the questions from Hindi (15 Questions) and English (15 Questions). These 30 Multiple Choice Questions to have One Mark each.
- Part II – This one is hard from the first section. There shall be 120 multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each comprising of current affairs (40 Marks), Reasoning Ability (40 Marks) and Teaching Methodology (40 Marks).
The written test for TGTs and PRT posts to have the duration of 2 Hours 30 Minutes each. Same as PGT posts, the second part of the exam will be checked only if the candidate qualifies in the first part. The minimum qualifying marks for Part I are 4 Marks for English, 4 Marks for Hindi and overall 10 Marks in aggregate.
- Candidate’s performance in the interview & second part of the written test will decide the final selection list. The weight age of the written examination (Part II) and personal interview will be 70:30.
NCERT Paper Pattern For Work Experience Teacher (WET) posts
- Part I – This one to have 40 multiple choice questions coming from the subjects English and Hindi. The questions to have 1 mark each.
- Part II – This section to have 160 multiple choice questions weighing 1 mark each. Questions to be asked from Current Affairs (30 Marks), Reasoning and Numerical Ability (30 Marks) and concerned subject (100 Marks).
This test to have the timing of 3 Hours. The cut off to clear the Part I is 5 marks each in English & Hindi subjects while 13 marks in aggregate.
- The selection shall be made on the basis of the performance of the aspirant in the written test (Part II) and interview. The weight age of written exam (Part 2) and the interview will be 70:30.
The written test for all posts shall be conducted in Delhi city only. The exact Schedule of the post-wise examination will be available time to time on NCERT website. The applicants are advised to remain in touch with NCERT official website regularly which is www.ncert.nic.in.