AP Tet 2013 Notification, AP Tet 2013 Online Application Dates issued

APTET 2013 Notification Details

1. Online applications are invited from candidates who intend to be teachers for classes I to VIII in schools in Andhra Pradesh for appearance in the third Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET- July, 2013) to be conducted by Department of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh on Saterday, 13th July 2013 in all 23 Districts of the State.

2. In accordance with the provisions of sub – section (1) of section 23 of the Right to Education Act (RTE), 2009, the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) had vide it’s Notification dated 23rd August 2010 laid down the minimum qualifications for a person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher for classes I to VIII. It had been inter alia provided that one of the essential qualifications for a person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher in any of the schools referred to in clause (n) of section 2 of the RTE Act is that she/he should pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) which will be conducted by the appropriate Government in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE. Accordingly, Government of Andhra Pradesh have issued guidelines for conducting Teacher Eligibility Test in A.P. vide G.Os cited in the references above.

3. All candidates who possess D.Ed.,/ B.Ed., / Language Pandit or equivalent qualifications and candidates pursuing final year of the said courses during the academic year 2013-2014 with requisite percentage of marks obtained as given in information bulletin of APTET and who aspire to become teachers for classes I to VIII in the schools of the State Government, Mandal Parishad, Zilla Parishad, Municipality, Private Aided Schools and Private unaided schools in Andhra Pradesh State can appear for APTET. However, the candidates intending to seek employment as a teacher in private unaided schools shall have the option of appearing at CTET conducted by Central Government through CBSE instead of APTET, if they so desire. The candidates who did not qualify in the 1st and 2nd APTETs can also apply for the third APTET. Further, the candidates who got qualified in the earlier APTET can also apply for 3rd APTET if they desire improvement over their previous TET score.

4. The test (APTET) will be conducted in 2 papers viz. Paper-I & Paper-II. The candidates who intend to be teachers for classes I to V have to appear for Paper-I and the candidates intending to be teachers for classes VI to VIII have to appear for Paper- II. The candidates who intend to be teachers for all classes from I to VIII can appear for both papers, Paper-I and Paper-II.

5. Date and Timings of third APTET: APTET Exam will be conducted on 01st September 2013 in all the Districts of the State. The duration and timings of the test are given below:
  • Paper-I : 9.30 am to 12.00 noon (duration 2 ½ hours)
  • Paper-II : 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm (duration 2 ½ hours)
6. Fee and submission of Application Online: The fee prescribed for appearing for APTET (including examination fee) is Rs.300/- (Rupees Three hundred only) for only Paper-I or only Paper-II or both. Candidates can pay the fee through APONLINE or e-Seva centers between 15th July 2013 to 31st July 2013 and submit online application at the APTET website http://aptet.cgg.gov.in between 16th July 2013 to 01st August 2013.

7. Procedure for submission of application online: Detailed procedure for applying ONLINE is given in the Information Bulletin. Candidates can download the ‘Information Bulletin’ free of cost from the APTET website: http://aptet.cgg.gov.in from 21.03.2012 onwards. Candidates can submit their applications online from 16th July 2013 to 01st August 2013.

8. Examination Centers for APTET July, 2013: APTET shall be conducted in all the 23 Districts of the State. Candidate can choose any Examination Centre (District) of his choice. However, when the capacity of any particular Examination Centre (District) gets exhausted that particular Examination Centre (District) will not be displayed in the list of examination centers given in the online application form. In such case the candidate has to choose Examination Centre (District) of his/her choice from the remaining list available.

9. Eligibility Criteria: The candidates at the time of applying for APTET, May 2012 should be in possession of the minimum qualifications prescribed for a teacher for I to V classes (Paper-I) and VI to VIII classes (Paper-II) as given in Information Bulletin. The candidates who are pursuing final year of any of the Teacher Education Courses recognized by the NCTE or the RCI, as the case may be, and / or the Language Pandit Training Courses, during the academic year 2013-2014 can also appear for the APTET July, 2012.

However, it is clarified that appearance or a pass in APTET by itself will not vest any right in a candidate to be considered for appointment to the post of Teacher in Government / Zilla Parishad / Mandal Parishad / Municipal and Private Aided Schools, unless he is in possession of the qualifications prescribed for appointment to such post in the relevant statutory recruitment rules framed by State Government from time to time as on the date prescribed there in for possession of such qualifications.

10. Structure, Content and Syllabus of APTET:
a) The structure and content of each part of Paper-I and Paper-II of the third
APTET, and the breakup of the total 150 marks among various parts of the paper are given in the information Bulletin.
b) Syllabus for APTET can be downloaded from http://aptet.cgg.gov.in

11. Validity period of TET Certificate / Marks Memo: APTET Certificate / Marks Memo shall be valid for a period of 7 years from the date of TET examination in accordance with NCTE Guidelines.

12. Weightage for APTET Scores in selection in District Selection Committee (DSC) Recruitments:
20% weightage will be given to APTET scores in the ensuing Teacher Recruitment of the State Government i.e., 20% weightage is for APTET score and 80% weightage for written test in Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT) for drawing up selection list.

13. Storage of examination material: The examination related material will be preserved for six months from the date of examination and no application in this regard will be entertained beyond this period.

14. Important dates of APTET May-2012:
Payment of Fees at AP Online or e-Seva / mee seva
15.07.2013 to 31.07.2013
Download of APTET Information Bulletin
15.07.2013
Online submission of application at http://aptet.cgg.gov.in
16.07.2013 to 01.08.2013
Help Desk services on all working days
15.07.2013 to 01.09.2013
Receiving of Complaints pertaining to Online application
16.07.2013 to 02.08.2013
Downloading of Hall Tickets
25.08.2013 onwards
Date of Examination

Paper-I

Paper-II
01.09.2013

9.30 AM to 12.00 Noon

2.30 PM to 05.00 PM
Declaration of Results
20.09.2013

AP Tet 2013 Telugu Paper 2 Syllabus at aptet.cgg.gov.in

Tet 2013 Telugu Paper - II Syllabus at aptet.cgg.gov.in....
Coming to the AP Tet 2013 Telugu Paper 2. Here the paper will be given in 4 parts. The following table mentions the subject, Number of Sections and marks:
Sections Name of Section Marks
I Child Development and Pedagogy 30
II Language 1 (Telugu) 30
III Language 2 (English) 30
IVa Mathematics and Science 60
IVb Social Studies 60
Coming to Section-1: It covers the Child Development and Pedagogy. In this Child Development and Pedagogy covers the syllabus on Development of child, understanding learning, Pedagogical Concerns. Coming to Section-2: It covers the Language 1 (Telugu). Coming to Section-III: Language 2 (English) it covers the syllabus on Content i.e Parts of Speech, Tenses, Types of Sentences, Prepositions & Articles, Degrees of Comparison, Direct and Indirect Speech, Questions and question tags, Active & Passive voice, Use of Phrases, Comprehension, Composition, Vocabulary. The Content part covers 24 marks in Section-III and Pedagogy covers 6 marks in section-iii.

Coming to the Section-IV. In the section-IV it divides two sections i.e Section-IVa, Section-IVb. In the Section-IVa it covers on Mathematics and Science. Coming to Section-IVb: Social Studies. In social studies it covers the syllabus on Content (48 Marks) and Pedagogy (12 marks).

Further details on AP Tet 2013 Telugu Paper 2 Syllabus at aptet.cgg.gov.in

AP Tet 2013 Telugu Paper 1 Syllabus at aptet.cgg.gov.in

Friends here is the latest information about on AP Tet Syllabus 2013. In this year 2013, no change in AP Tet Syllabus. In the AP Tet 2013 Telugu Paper 1 there are total 5 sections will be given.
Sections Name of Section Marks
I Child Development and Pedagogy 30
II Language 1 (Telugu) 30
III Language 2 (English) 30
IV Mathematics 30
V Environmental Studies 30
Coming to Section-I: Child Development and Pedagogy. In this Child Development and Pedagogy covers syllabus on Development of child, understanding learning, Pedagogical Concerns. Coming to the Section-II: Language 1 (Telugu). Coming to Section-III: Language 2 (English) it covers the syllabus on Content i.e Parts of Speech, Tenses, Types of Sentences, Prepositions & Articles, Degrees of Comparison, Direct and Indirect Speech, Questions and question tags, Active & Passive voice, Use of Phrases, Comprehension, Composition, Vocabulary. The Content part covers 24 marks in Section-III and Pedagogy covers 6 marks in section-iii.

Coming to Section-IV: Mathematics it covers Content (24 marks) like Number system, Fractions, Arithmetic, Geometry, Measurements, Data Applications and Pedagogy (6 marks). Coming to the Section-V: Environmental Studies. This is the last section for AP Tet 2013 Telugu Paper 1. This section covers the content (24 marks) on Our Body – Health – Cleanliness, My Family, Work & Play, Plants & Animals, Our Food, Shelter, Air, Water, Earth & Sky etc and Pedagogy covers 6 marks.

For More Info on AP Tet 2013 Telugu Paper 1 Syllabus at aptet.cgg.gov.in

Separate Exams for AP TET, AP Dsc

The Government of AP School Education Department was resigned from the decision of conducting DSC and AP TET. As a simple exam for a some period by considering the technical aspect, they decided to conduct Teacher Eligibility Test TET as a separate exam as usually in previous. They taken a primary decision on conducting DSC for Teachers Post recruitment after TET. Even though the candidates are requesting to conduct both exams as single exam, due to some judicial problems concern departments are telling that it is not possible to conduct exam immediately. In 2012 during the announcement as a single exam. The committee formed for this was visited Tamil Nadu and they studied about this. They collected information about this from other states and reported to government. They noticed that, by taking care on some concepts in that report. Try for conduct as common entrance exam.

In syllabus also proposed some important aspects no need of syllabus change for the secondary grade teacher candidates need changes in school assistants. Based on the vacancies of the teacher recruitment have to done every year the technical problems will raise if conduct a DSC, AP TET. A single exam because of 7 years recognition for the AP TET. Qualification candidates mentioned by the government in one stage of the Government of AP School Education Department announced that this decision is applicable for teachers working in private schools not for government teachers. The concerned papers are also send to judicial branch. The judicial department feel that there is a need of depth studies and send that paper return to the educational department.

As the separate rules for DSC and AP TET it is not possible to combined both these. So that educational department had come to a conditions that conducting the AP TET as usually for this time then only this Dsc the notification for APTET will coming soon from educational department they are thinking about the exam conducting in July / August month. For Dsc notification may be in October / November. The recruitment will be done for 20000 expected posts notified by the educational department.