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NCERT Admit Card 2017 is uploaded on the website of National Council of Educational Research and Training for eligible candidates of AMH, PGT, TGT, PRT, WET Recruitment Exam 2016-17. NCERT Admit Card 2017 for AMH, PGT, TGT, PRT, WET Recruitment Exam is issued by National Council of Educational Research and Training prior to the date of examination.

National Council of Educational Research and Training will conduct the NCERT Recruitment Exam 2017 for various teaching positions like AMH, PGT, TGT, PRT, WET as per the schedule.

Latest – Written Exam has been postponed except for PRT Posts.

Candidates can download NCERT Admit Card 2017 as per the official schedule.

Date of Issue of Admit Card 17 Jul 2017
Date of Written Exam 30 Jul 2017

NCERT Admit Card 2017

The candidates are required to download their NCERT Admit Card 2017 for AMH, PGT, TGT, PRT, WET Recruitment Exam from the official website of National Council of Educational Research and Training. Candidates who have submitted their application form before or on the last date of form submission and paid application fee will able to download their Admit Card for written test.

The date of availability of NCERT Admit Card 2017 will be mentioned on this page as it will announced officially.

Get Here NCERT Admit Card 2017: Click here to download Admit Card for NCERT Recruitment 2016-17 for AMH, PGT, TGT, PRT, WET Recruitment Exam.

The candidates seeking for this recruitment are required to download their NCERT Admit Card 2017 from the official website of National Council of Educational Research and Training. NCERT will conduct the written test 2016-17 for AMH, PGT, TGT, PRT, WET Recruitment as per the schedule.

Syllabus – Click here.

Exam Pattern

For Assistant Headmaster

Written Examination :

  • Part I – LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST (20 MARKS)
    •  General English (10)
    •  General Hindi (10)
  • Part II – GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY (40 MARKS)
    • General Knowledge & Contemporary Issues (10)
    • Logical Reasoning (10)
    • Computer Literacy (10)
    • Quantitative Aptitude Test (10)
  • Part III – ACADEMIC, ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE (100 MARKS)
    • Child Development & Pedagogy (20)
    • Perspectives in Education & School Organisation (20)
    • Teaching Methodology (20)
    • Administration & Finance (40)

Interview :

  • This round consists of 60 marks.

For Post Graduate Teacher

Written Examination :

  • Part I – It will comprise of 40 multiple choice questions in English and Hindi subjects carrying 20 marks each (total 40 marks).
  • Part II – It will consist of 160 multiple choice questions of 1 mark each comprising Current Affairs (20), Reasoning and Numerical Ability (20), Teaching Methodology (20) and the subjects concerned (100) questions (The syllabus for subject concerned will be made available on NCERT website later).

The test will be of 03 hours duration. The Part II o f the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies Part I securing 5 marks each in English & Hindi subjects and 13 marks in aggregate in English and Hindi.

Interview: 

  • The final merit will be based on the performance of the candidate in written test (Part II) and interview. The weightage of written test (Part II) and interview will be 70:30.

For Trained Graduate Teacher & Primary Teacher

Written Examination :

  • Part I – This part of the question paper will consist of 30 multiple choice questions in English (15) and Hindi (15) questions carrying 1 mark each.
  • Part II – It will consist of 120 multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each comprising of current affairs (40), Reasoning Ability (40) and Teaching Methodology (40).

The total duration of test for the posts of TGTs and Primary Teachers will be two and a half hours each. Part II of the question paper of the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies in part I securing 4 marks each in English and Hindi subjects and 10 marks in aggregate.

Interview :

  • The final merit will be based on the combined performance in the written test(Part-II) and interview and the weightage will be 70:30.

For Work Experience Teacher

Written Examination :

  • Part I – It will consist of 40 multiple choice questions in the subjects English and Hindi carrying 1 mark each.
  • Part II – It will consist of 160 multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each comprising of Current Affairs (30), Reasoning and Numerical Ability (30) and concerned subject (100) questions. (The syllabus for subject concerned will be made available on NCERT website later ).

The test will be of 03 hours duration. The Part II of the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies Part I securing 5 marks each in English & Hindi subjects and 13 marks in aggregate in English and Hindi subjects.

Interview :

  • The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidate in written test (Part II) and interview. The weightage of written test (Part II) and interview will be 70:30.

The written examination will be conducted in Delhi city only. Schedule of examination will b e displayed on NCERT website separately. Candidates are requested to visit on NCERT website regularly.

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