Kerala TET Syllabus 2014 | KTET Exam Sample Papers, Study Material 2014

Kerala TET Syllabus 2014

Kerala TET (KTET) Syllabus 2014 has been publicized for the Kerala Teachers Eligibility Test (KTET). Candidates
who are going to appear in this examination they can now get KTET Exam
Sample Papers and Study Material 2014
from this page easily.

This exam is
conducted by Pareeksha Bhavan, Kerala to recruit the eligible
candidates for recruitment of the teacher for primary, elementary and high
school classes. Candidates who will secure minimum 60% or more marks in this
test will be qualified.

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category syllabus:
  • Child
    development and pedagogy
  • Language I
  • Language II
  • Mathematics
  • Environmental
KTET – II category
  • Child
    development and pedagogy (compulsory)
  • Language
    1 (compulsory)
  • Mathematics
  • Language
    2 (compulsory)
  • Social studies
category syllabus:
  • Adolescent
    psychology Theory of learning and teaching aptitude
  • Language
  • Specific area
    subject and pedagogy
Exam Pattern 2014:
This exam is diversified into four
In category I, II and IV Questions will be
given in both languages i.e. Malayalam and English. Questions in III Category
will be only in English language. There is no negative marking.
  • Category I: (Lower
    Primary Classes)
  • Category II: (Upper
    Primary Classes)
  • Category III: (High
    School Classes)
  • Category IV: Language
    Teachers – Arabic, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Specialist Teachers (Art & Craft)
    and Physical Education teachers.
Sample Papers:
A.) Which of the
following period is generally termed as “the period of conflicts” in one’s developmental
  • Infancy
  • Childhood
  • Adolescence
  • Adulthood
B.) A child in
your class always tries to attribute his failure to other children or
materials. What kind of defence mechanism does he use?
  • Rationalization
  • Projection
  • Repression
  • Compensation
C.) Assume that
a student is given a list of correlated words to study and is asked to recall the
words at a later time. Then according to Guilford’s Structure of Intellect
model, the content of this test is:
  • Symbolic
  • Behavioural
  • Figural
  • Semantic
D.) A student of
your class is being ridiculed by his classmates because he gives foolish
answers to all questions. What would you do?
  • Stop asking
    questions to him so that
  • Advice the other
    students to be
  • Inform his
    parents and advice them
  • Frequently ask
    very simple questions
E.) In order to help
a mentally challenged child in your class which of the following strategies
would you adopt?