MP TET Syllabus and Exam Pattern

MP TET Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2020 for Primary Teacher Exam 2020

MPTET Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2020: Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) has released the MP Primary Teacher 2020 notification. In order to prepare for the MP primary teacher eligibility test, one should have accurate and detailed knowledge of the exam pattern and syllabus. We will be sharing the details of the topics mentioned in the official syllabus provided by the MPPEB.

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We are sharing the MP TET syllabus and exam pattern 2020 of Child developmentMathematicsHindi & English Language,      Environmental Studies in English. The MPTET 2020 exam will be conducted via online mode so carefully read the pattern of exam before following the syllabus. Professional Examination Board (PEB) has started the recruitment process for MP TET 202 Varg 3. Examination for MP TET 2020 is conducted in bilingual language i.e in Hindi and English. Candidates have to attend questions in the duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes. There will be 150 questions for 150 marks. For marking correct answrr, candidates are awarded with +1 mark. Get detailed MP TET syllabus and Exam Pattern from this article.

MP TET Exam: Notification Details

Name of Authority Professional Examination Board, Madhya Pradesh
Advt. No. 13/2019-20
Examination MP Primary TET Examination 2020
Name of Post Primary Teacher Varg 3 (Samvida Shikshak)
Vacancy 17000 Post
Online Application Form Starting Date 6th January 2020
Last date of online Registration & Form Submission 20th January 2020
Date of Written Exam 25th Aprril 2020
Article Category Exam Pattern & Syllabus
Official Website

Selection Process for MP TET Exam

The Candidates those have applied for the MP TET 2020 examination for Samvida Teacher Exam Recruitment they will be have qualified the following test.

  • Written Test
  • Document Verification

Thus the candidates will appear in single written test for examination. Therefore their performance of written exam will measure to their selection as Primary Teacher Varg 3. However the MP Vyapam Board Primary TET Exam Date 2020 is already announced. There are very less time has been left to preparation. A candidates is need to prepare this MPPEB TET Syllabus before exam preparation. Each and every topic and marks distribution details is given below.

Exam Pattern for MPPEB TET Exam

The MPPEB Primary School TET Exam Pattern written test is now published, so candidates can be prepare timely. A planned and managed exam preparation will take you the maximum score in exams. So candidates have to first know the what is exam scheme, Exam pattern and subject wise marks details. Therefore the MP Vyapam TET Syllabus and Question Paper details is given below.

MP TET Exam Pattern
Subjects No of Questions Marks
Child Development &
30 30
Language-I 30 30
Language-II 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Environmental Study 30 30
TOTAL 150 150
  • The Exam will be Objective type Multiple choice based questions.
  • There will be total 150 MCQs of 150 Marks.
  • Each questions will carry only One (01) marks.
  • There will be No Negative Marking for wrong answers.
  • The Nature and standard of question will be as per following pattern.

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MP TET Syllabus 2020 – Topic Wise

Madhya Pradesh primary teacher eligibility test 2020 syllabus includes five subjects Child development, Mathematics, Hindi Language, English Language, Sanskrit, Urdu & Environmental Studies, mathematics. Topic-wise complete detail of the syllabus is given below.

Child Development & Pedagogy

(A) Child Development (15 Questions)

  • The Concept of Child Development and its relation to learning.
  • Factors affecting growth and development.
  • The principles of child development.
  • Mental health problems and behaviour problems of children.
  • Socialization processes: social world and children (Teachers, Parents and classmates)
  • Piaget, Pavlov and Kohler and Thorndike: Composition and Criticism.
  • The concept of child-centred and progressive education.
  • Critical nature of mind and its measurement, and multidimensional mind.
  • Personality and its measurement.
  • Language and thought.
  • Gender as a social construction and the role of gender, gender discrimination and educational practices.
  • Understanding of differences based on the irregularity of individual differences, language, caste, sex, community, religion etc of learners.
  • Assessment of learning and difference in the assessment of learning, Assessment based of class, Continuous and inclusive evaluation, nature and practices (beliefs).
  • The development of appropriate questions for assessing the level of preparation of the faculty to increase the learning and critical thinking in class and assess the achievement of the learner.

(B) Understanding the concept of inclusive education and children with special needs.

  • Identification of the learners forms a diverse background including non-benefitted and deprived classes.
  • Identification of the needs of children with learning problems and damages.
  • Identification of talented, creative, special ability learners.
  • A troubled child: Identification and Diagnosis side.
  • Child crime: causes and types.

 (C) Learning and Education (Pedagogy) (10 Questions)

  • How children think and learn; why and how they fail to succeed in school education.
  • The fundamental process of teaching and learning, the strategies of students for learning, learning as a social process, the social context of learning.
  • A child as a problem solver and scientific explorer.
  • Alternative conceptions of learning in children, understanding of a child’s mistakes as a meaningful link to the learning process. The factors affecting the learning: attention and interest.
  • Knowledge and momentum.
  • Encouragement and learning.
  • The contributing factors in learning – individual and environment.
  • Direction and advice.
  • Aptitude and its measurement.
  • Memory and forgetfulness.


(A) Content (15 Questions)

  • Number System – reading and writing numbers greater than 1000, the understanding of place value of large numbers greater than 1000 and four fundamental operations.
  • Addition and Subtraction – Addition and subtraction of numbers up to 5 digits.
  • Multiplication – multiplication of numbers up to 2 or 3 digits.
  • Division – division of two-digit numbers to four-digit numbers.
  • Fraction – the concept of fraction, its simplest form, even fraction, odd fraction etc. addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fraction, equivalent fraction, the conversion of decimal number into a fraction and vice-versa.
  • The relation between the smaller and larger units of length, weight and volume.
  • Conversion of larger units into smaller units and the conversion of smaller units into bigger units.
  • Find the volume of a solid from known units.
  • Using four fundamental maths operations in questions based on money, length, weight, volume and time interval.
  • Conversion of the meter into centimetre and vice-versa.
  • Pattern – Increasing the understanding of pattern related to numbers, the formation of pattern and its generalisation based on operations, finding the pattern of triangular numbers and square numbers.
  • Geometry – Fundamental geometric concepts, rays, line-segment, angle (classification of angle), Triangle (classification of the triangle – (1) On the basis of sides, (2) On the basis of angles, (3) The sum of three angles of a triangle is 180 degree.)
  • The identification of centre, radius and diameter of a circle.
  • The relationship between the circle, radius, and diameter, symmetric figure, the understanding of parallel lines and perpendicular lines based on surroundings.
  • Finding the area and perimeter of simple geometric figures (Triangle, Rectangle, Square) by taking given figures as a unit.
  • Identification of 2D figures in the surroundings.
  • Collection of different data related to daily life.
  • Reading clock time in hours and minutes and its representation in AM and PM.
  • The relation of 24 hour’s clock to a 12 hour’s clock.
  • Calculate the time interval in daily life events.
  • Identification of patterns in multiplication and division.
  • Geometric pattern based on symmetry.
  • Representation of data through a bar graph and finding the conclusion.

(B) Pedagogical Issues (15 Questions)

  • Develop the thinking and reasoning power through mathematical education.
  • The place of mathematics in the syllabus.
  • The language of mathematics.
  • The creation of appropriate teaching materials based on surrounding for effective learning and the development of the capacity of using it.
  • The creation of new methods of evaluation, diagnosis test and capacity of re-learning.
  • The capacity for using new mathematical learning methods into class education.

Environmental Study

(A) Content (20 Questions)

  1. Our family, our friends –
  • Family and social relations – the care of elderly, ill, adolescent members and children with special needs of family and our sensitiveness towards them.
  • Our animals & birds – our pet animals, goods carrier animals and the effect of pollution on the animals in our surroundings.
  • Our trees & plants – local flora, the interdependence of human and plants, protection of forest and their need and importance; and the effect of pollution on plants.
  • Our natural resources – major natural resources and their conservation; traditional and renewable and unrenewable sources of energy.
  1. Sports and Activities
  • Sports, Science and Yoga.
  • Family festivals, various entertainment tools – books, stories, puppet dance, fair, cultural programs and the celebration of important days in school.
  • Various occupations, industries and businesses.
  1. Housing
  • Different home of animal, bird and human, the need of a house and the features of the house for a healthy life.
  • Protection of local buildings, public property, national heritage and their care.
  • The excellent house and the materials used for its construction, assessment of construction material.
  • Sanitation of toilets, cleanliness of the environment and good habits.
  1. Our food and habits
  • The necessity of food and its components.
  • The importance of fruits and plants; fruits & plants based on parts of the plant.
  • A healthy combination of food items.
  • food for various age group persons and the right time for ingestion.
  • The measures for food hygiene and safety.
  • The safety of food resources.
  1. Water and air pollution and infection
  • The need for clean water and clean air for life.
  • Local weather, water cycle and the effect of climate change and our role in climate change.
  • The sources of water, its safe maintenance and methods of conservation and nutrition.
  • Diseases caused by infected air and water, their treatment and prevention, other infectious diseases.
  • Pollution and protection of air, water, land, various waste materials and their management, proper disposal.
  • Safety and prevention measures from disaster, flood, drought etc. and disaster management.
  • Sustainable management of natural resources – proper exploitation of resources, diesel, petroleum consumption and sustenance etc.
  1. Natural objects and yield
  • Relation of soil, water, seed and crop, organic-chemical fertilizer.
  • Different crops and their production areas.
  • Important agricultural works and equipment required for crop production.
  1. Human-made tools and the effect of his activities.
  • Deforestation and urbanization and its impact on ecological balance.
  • Scientific causes of ozone depletion, acid rain, global warming, green-house effect etc and solutions.
  • Use of polythene and plastic and their decomposing agent.
  • The effect of using fossil fuels.
  • Disaster management.
  1. Space Science
  • Introduction of space scientist and their life experience in space.
  • The scientific facts related to space life, and possibilities for life.
  • The space shuttle, space discoveries and predictions.

(B) Pedagogical issue (10 Questions)

  • The concept and need for environmental studies.
  • The importance of environmental studies, integrated environmental education.
  • The fundamentals of environmental studies and their responsibilities.
  • The correlation of environmental education to science and social science.
  • The methods and activities for the clarification of the concept.
  • Surrounding tour, practical work, project work and their importance.
  • Learning through discussion, debate, presentation and group teaching.
  • Continuous-wide evaluation – asking questions during teaching, providing opportunities to give oral and written answers, use of worksheets and anecdotal records, development of children portfolios, case study and educational systems through the individual profile.
  • Training material/auxiliary material and its application in environmental education.
  • Environmental problems of the local environment and the development of the ability to find their solutions.

Engish Language

a. Comprehension (15 Questions)

  • Two unseen prose passages (discursive or literary or narrative or scientific) with questions on comprehension, grammar and verbal ability.

b. Pedagogy of language development (15 Questions)

  • Learning and acquisition of language
  • Principles of second language teaching
  • Language skills-listening, speaking, reading, writing
  • Role of listening and speaking, the function of language and how children use it as a tool
  • The role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in writing form
  • Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom, language difficulties
  • Teaching-learning materials, textbook, multi-media materials multi-lingual resource of the classroom
  • Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: listening, speaking, reading and writing
  • Remedial teaching (Re- teaching)

हिंदी का पाठयक्रम (30 प्रश्न)

(a) भाषायी समझ/अवबोध (15 प्रश्न)

बोध, व्याकरण और मौखिक क्षमता पर प्रश्न के साथ दो अपठित गद्यांश (विवेकात्मक या साहित्यिक या कथा या वैज्ञानिक)।

(b) भाषा विकास का शिक्षण (15 प्रश्न)

  • भाषा सीखना और ग्रहणशीलता
  • भाषा शिक्षण के सिद्धांत
  • भाषा शिक्षण में सुनने, बोलने की भूमिका; भाषा के कार्य और बच्चे भाषा का प्रयोग कैसे करते हैं।
  • मौखिक और लिखित अभिव्यक्ति के अंतर्गत भाषा सीखने में व्याकरण की भूमिका।
  • भाषा शिक्षण में विभिन्न स्तरों के बच्चों की चुनोतियाँ,कठिनाइयाँ, त्रुटियाँ एवं क्रमबद्धता।
  • भाषा के चारो कौशल (बोलना, सुनना, पढ़ना और लिखना) का मूल्यांकन।
  • कक्षा में शिक्षण-अधिगम सामग्री: पाठ्यपुस्तक, दूर संचार (दृश्य एवं श्रव्य) सामग्री, बहुकक्षा स्त्रोत।
  • पुनः शिक्षण

संस्कृत का पाठयक्रम (30 प्रश्न)

(a) भाषायी समझ/अवबोध (15 प्रश्न)

बोध, व्याकरण और मौखिक क्षमता पर प्रश्न के साथ दो अपठित गद्यांश (विवेकात्मक या साहित्यिक या कथा या वैज्ञानिक)।

(b) भाषा विकास का शिक्षण (15 प्रश्न)

  • भाषा सीखना और ग्रहणशीलता
  • भाषा शिक्षण के सिद्धांत
  • भाषा शिक्षण में सुनने, बोलने की भूमिका; भाषा के कार्य और बच्चे भाषा का प्रयोग कैसे करते हैं।
  • मौखिक और लिखित अभिव्यक्ति के अंतर्गत भाषा सीखने में व्याकरण की भूमिका।
  • भाषा शिक्षण में विभिन्न स्तरों के बच्चों की चुनोतियाँ,कठिनाइयाँ, त्रुटियाँ एवं क्रमबद्धता।
  • भाषा के चारो कौशल (बोलना, सुनना, पढ़ना और लिखना) का मूल्यांकन।
  • कक्षा में शिक्षण-अधिगम सामग्री: पाठ्यपुस्तक, दूर संचार (दृश्य एवं श्रव्य) सामग्री, बहुकक्षा स्त्रोत।
  • पुनः शिक्षण

MP TET 2020 Preparation Tips

Clearing MP TET is not an easy task. To qualify MP TET 2020 in first attempt, candidates can refer to the preparation tips provided below:

  • Understand the syllabus: The first thing candidates must do is to check and understand the complete syllabus. If candidates scroll up, they can find detailed syllabus.
  • Prepare short notes:
    • When aspirants start preparing for MP TET, they should make short notes. Each topic which candidates study in a day must be in the short note. These notes help in quick revision before the examination.
    • Mark all the topics to maintain the level of the study. Maintain note book where candidates can keep a record of what topics they have studied. Mark the topics which candidates feel they are weak in. with the help of this, candidates can keep a track of the topics.
  • Time management: Manage time while preparing and during the examination. This will help in covering all the topics and questions on the day of exam.
  • Practise previous year and mock test: Once candidate is done with complete syllabus, they can strengthen their preparation with question paper. Practice as many previous year question papers to know the time consuming sections. Several website now offer candidates with mock test with the same level of examination.