Government teaching job is one of those jobs by getting which you can get respect from society and lead your life leisurely. Government teaching examinations for the recruitment of government teachers are held every year. Since the number of government schools is planned to be increased, you can see augmentation of the number of government teaching jobs. Government Schools and Colleges require the appointment of more teachers for the various teaching posts. Since the competition for Govt. teaching jobs is difficult, you need to be well updated about these exams and prepare thoroughly. There are four teaching levels you will find in most of the government schools:
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|1||Post Graduate Teacher (PGT)||For teaching up to 12th Standard|
|2||Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT)||For teaching up to 10th Standard|
|3||Primary Teacher (PRT)||For teaching from 1st up to 5th Standard|
|4||Nursery Teacher Training (NTT)||For teaching up to Nursery Level|
It is necessary to have Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for applying to the Central Government teaching jobs. The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) to the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi.
We always try to update you constantly with each and every government teaching job notification announced by different Government Education Boards both at Central and State level. Candidates applying for the Government Teaching Jobs are advised to regularly visit this page for more updates regarding various Government Teacher Jobs.
Government Education Organisation
Application Opening - Closing Date
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS)
PRT, TGT & PGT Exam
24th August 2020 - 13th September 2020
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS)
TGT & PGT Exam
June 2020 - June 2020
Army Education Welfare Society (AWES)
PRT, TGT & PGT Exam
1st October, 2020 - 24th October, 2020
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
1st August 2020 – 30th August 2020
National Testing Agency (NTA)
UGC NET Exam
1st September 2020 – 30th September 2020
Name of Upcoming Teaching Exams 2020
Exams Pattern, Syllabus & Previous Year Cut Off Marks
KVS PGT, TGT, PRT Exam 2020
NVS PGT, TGT, PRT Exam 2020
Q1. May I know the names of different teaching posts announced by KVS in 2020?
Ans: Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has yet released the number of vacancies for the 2020 recruitment of the teaching posts. The posts expected to be released as per the notification of KVS are Principals, Vice-Principals, Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs), Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs), Librarian, Primary Teacher (PRT) and Primary Teacher (Music).
Q2. What is the age limit for various teaching posts of the KVS exam 2020?
Ans: The details of the Age Limit of KVS Posts as per the latest official notification is given below:
|Name of the Post||Age Limit|
|Principal||35 to 50 years|
|Vice Principal||35 to 45|
|Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs)||40 years|
|Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs)||35 years|
|Primary Teacher||30 years|
|Primary Teacher (Music)||30 year|
Q3. May I know the Upper AGE LIMIT RELAXATION for SC, ST, and OBC Categories?
Ans: KVS has extended relaxation on Upper Age Limit for the different categories of the candidates:
For Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe
For Other Backward Classes
For Women (All Category) for teaching posts only except for the post of Principal & Vice Principal
For KVS Employees
No age bar
Q4. What are the essential qualifications required for PGT, TGT, and PRT Teaching Posts?
Ans: 1. Essential Qualification for Post Graduate Teacher (PGTs) Posts:
(a) Two Years’ Integrated Post Graduate M.Sc. A course of Regional College of Education of NCERT in the concerned subject.
Master’s Degree from a recognized university with at least 50% marks in aggregate in Hindi, English, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology, History, Geography, Economics and Commerce.
(b) B.Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University.
(c) Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English Media.
Note: Candidates having only Special B.Ed are not eligible for the post of PGT.
Desirable Qualifications: Knowledge of Computer Applications.
2. Essential Qualification for Trained Graduate Teacher (TGTs) Posts:
(a) Four years integrated degree course of Regional College of Education of NCERT in the concerned subject with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks in the concerned subject/combination of subject and in aggregate. The elective subjects and languages in the combination of subjects are English, Hindi, Social Studies, Science, Sanskrit, and Maths.
(b) B.Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University
(c) Pass in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Paper-II, conducted by CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose.
(d) Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English medium.
Desirable Qualification: Knowledge of Computer Applications
3. Essential for Primary Teachers (PRTs) Posts:
2. Qualified in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test
3. Proficiency to teach through Hindi and English Media.
Knowledge of Computer Applications is desirable as most of the work is accomplished online these days even for teachers.
Q.5 Is it compulsory to have CTET Certificate for KVS PGT/ TGT/ PRT 2020?
Ans: CTET Certificate is compulsory for TGTs and PRTs' posts only. There is no need for the same for PGTs.
Q.6 Can the candidates with B.ED degree apply for the Primary Teacher (PRT) posts?
Ans: Yes, B. Ed degree holders can apply for the PRT posts only in case he/she has scored at least 50% marks in Graduation and has also qualified the CTET Paper-1.
Q.7 Can I apply for different teaching posts?
Ans: Yes, you may apply for more than one post in case you are eligible and wish to do so. You will have to pay the requisite fee for all the posts applied for. In case of PGTs/ TGTs, a candidate shall apply only in one subject as the written test for all subjects of PGTs/ TGTs will be held in a single shift.
Q.8 Will KVS observe negative marking in PGT/TGT/ PRT 2020 Exam?
Ans: According to the official notification released by the KVS, no negative marking will be observed in the exam.
Q.9. May I know the mode in which KVS PGT/TGT/ PRT 2020 Exam be conducted: ONLINE OR OFFLINE mode?
Ans: KVS PGT/TGT/ PRT 2020 Exams will be held in online mode.
Q10. What are the eligibility criteria for NVS TGT Exam 2020?
Ans: The eligibility criteria for NVS TGT Exam 2020 are given below:
According to the official notification the essential qualifications for the NVS TGT EXAM 2020:
The desirable qualification for the post is to have working experience in a residential school and sound knowledge of computer application.
Q 11. Does NVS allow any age relaxation for TGT & PGT posts?
Yes, NVS gives age relaxation for various reserved categories as below:
Ans: Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of the written examination / CBT & interview. The marks obtained and the performance of the candidates will ascertain the final selection.
Q18. Is B Tech(Computer Science) graduate eligible for the post of PGT (Computer Science)?
Ans: YES B.TECH graduate in Computer Science is eligible for the post of PGT (Computer Science)
Q20. Can a candidate having M Sc Micro Biology with B Ed apply for PGT(Biology)?
Ans: Yes, candidates with PG in Micro Biology or Molecular Biology or Agricultural Botany or Genetics are eligible and will be treated at par with M Sc Botany/Zoology provided it is preceded by graduation in Botany/Zoology.
Q21. Candidate with M Sc Biotechnology with no B Ed can apply?
Ans: No. B Ed is obligatory for all teaching posts
Q22. What is the educational qualification for PGT(Physical Education)? Is B Ed mandatory?
Ans: The educational qualifications for PGT PHYSICAL EDUCATION are Masters Degree in Physical Education from a recognized university but B Ed is not required.
Q23. Any candidate pursuing studies for B.Ed and will qualify before the next academic session can apply?
Ans: No, candidates should be qualified on the date of application.
Q24. Can I present the Class X certificate/mark sheet as proof of age?
Ans: Yes it is applicable to furnish age proof.
Q25. Is there any relaxation for SC/ST/OBC candidates?
Ans: There is no age relaxation to any of the categories by AWES
Q26. In case the candidate does not have a CTET scorecard, is it possible to appear in CSB Exam?
Ans: Yes, he or she can appear for the CSB exam. According to CBSE norms, CTET/TET(of any state govt) has been made obligatory for Regular/ Contractual TGTs and PRTs. Others found fit in all other respects may be appointed on the ‘Adhoc’ basis till the achievement of the qualification.
Q27. Why the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is conducted?
Ans: The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is a national level eligibility examination conducted by the CBSE to shortlist skilled teachers for Primary level and Upper Primary level and gives them a scorecard to be eligible for teaching in any of the reputed schools or government schools. The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development has delegated the responsibility of conducting the CTET exam to the CBSE.
Q28. How many times the CTET Exam is held in a year?
Ans: CTET examination is conducted twice in a year preferably in the months of July and December.
Q29. What is the CTET Exam Date 2020?
Ans: The CTET 2020 exam as per the latest updates by CBSE is scheduled for 5 July 2020.
Q30. Are the CTET Admit cards for 2020 been released?
Ans: No, CTET Admit cards for 2020 have not been released
Q31. May I know the types of papers that are conducted in CTET?
Ans: There are two types of Papers in CTET examination:
• Paper 1: For Primary Stage (Class I to V)
• Paper 2: For Elementary Stage (Class VI to VIII)
In case a candidate wishes to teach all the classes from I-VIII, he/she has to appear in both the Papers.
Q32. Is there any negative marking in CTET 2020 exam?
Ans: No, CTET 2020 does not have any negative marking in the exam.
Q33. May I know the Minimum Qualifying Marks for CTET Exam 2020?
Ans: Candidates who will score 60 percent or more in the CTET 2020 exam will be measured as CTET qualified and will be awarded the CTET score card and certificate.
Q34. For how long is the Validity of CTET qualifying certificate?
Ans: CTET Certificate is valid of 7 years from the date of declaration of result.
Q35. Can I ask for the Re-evaluation of the OMR Answer sheet?
Ans: No, the candidates cannot demand for re-checking, re-assessment, re-evaluation or scrutiny of OMR Answer Sheets which are assessed and scrutinized by the examining body.
Q36. Can I appear for Paper I & Paper II separately?
Ans: Yes, aspirants can appear in Paper-I or Paper-II as the exams are held in different sessions.
Q40. What is the Upper AGE LIMIT RELAXATION for SC, ST, and OBC Categories?
Ans: There is a relaxation on Upper Age Limit for various categories of the candidates:
The age limit relaxation is 5 years as of June 01, 2020.
Q42. Can Candidates apply for multiple subjects while filling the online application forms of the UGC NET June 2020 Exam?
Ans: The candidates can fill the application form in only one subject. One can select from the subjects given in the Information Bulletin (ANNEXURE-III).
Q43. Is NTA UGC NET June 2020 Exam going to be conducted in ONLINE OR OFFLINE mode?
Ans: It is a computer-based test and will be conducted in online mode from 15th June 2020 to 20th June 2020.
Q44. May I know the SYLLABUS for NTA UGC NET June 2020 Exam?
Ans: Candidates can note down the detailed syllabus of NTA UGC NET June 2020 Exam from the official website or notification of NTA UGC NET EXAM
Q45. Are there any change in the Syllabus of UGC-NET, approved in NTA UGC NET June 2020 Notification?
Ans: Yes, there are changes initiated in the Syllabus of UGC NET June 2020 Exam. For details, candidates can visit the official notification or website.
Q46. Does NTA UGC NET June 2020 Exam follow NEGATIVE MARKING?
No, there will be no negative marking observed in UGC NET June 2020.
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