HTET 2018: Admit card, exam pattern, syllabus, question papers, cutoffs, preparation tips & more

Jan 4, 2019 12:46 IST
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    Board of school education, Haryana (BSEB) had released the HTET notification 2018. The HTET exam is scheduled to be held on 5th Jan 2019 and 6th Jan 2019. The motives behind conducting HTET exam (BSEH) as a minimum qualification for a person to be eligible for recruitment as a teacher in Haryana government schools are as follows-

    • It will induce the teaching standards and quality education in the government schools.
    • Candidates, who had appeared in HTET exam, can improve their score in the next attempts.
    • There is no restriction on the number of attempts. Therefore, a candidate can appear in the HTET exam as many times as he/she wish to improve his/her score.
    • The HTET qualification certificate will remain valid for the next 5 years from the date of issue.

    The HTET exam 2018 will be conducted in offline mode for three levels namely Level-1 (PRT), Level-2 (TGT), and Level-3 (PGT). More detail on HTET exam’s levels is given below-

    • Level-1 (Primary Teacher / PRT): candidates, who want to be a teacher for Class I to V.
    • Level-2 (Trained Graduate Teacher / TGT): candidates, who want to be a teacher for Class VI to VIII
    • Level-3 (Post Graduate Teacher / PGT): candidates, who want to be a teacher for Class IX to XII

    Please find complete information regarding the HTET exam 2018-19 in the following article-

    HTET Important Dates

    HTET Exam Eligibility Criteria

    HTET Exam Pattern

    HTET Syllabus

    HTET Exam Preparation Tips

    HTET Admit Card

    HTET Exam CutOff Marks

    HTET Previous Year Papers

    HTET exam 2018-19 Important Dates

    The exam calendar of HTET exam is given below in the table-

    HTET online application starts from

    November 19, 2018

    Last date to fill HTET online application

    November 30, 2018

    Correction in the HTET online application

    November 21 to December 3, 2018

    HTET exam 2018 admit card

    December 20, 2018

    HTET Level 3 (PGT Teacher)

    January 5, 2019 (3:00 PM to 5:30 PM)

    HTET Level 2 (TGT teacher)

    January 6, 2019 (10:00 AM to 12:30 PM)

    HTET Level 1 (PRT teacher)

    January 6, 2019 (3:00 PM to 5:30 PM)

    HTET exam 2018-19 Eligibility Criteria

    For appearing in the HTET exam, a candidate must fulfill the eligibility criteria laid by BSEH. The Haryana board has not put any specific age limit to appear in the HTET exam. To become a primary teacher for Class I to V, a candidate must have passed the senior secondary or its equivalent with at least 55% marks and he/she must have passed or appeared in 2-years diploma in elementary education from the recognized board. For TGT posts, a candidate must have passed B.Ed. from a recognized institute and the candidates appearing for HTET PGT exam must have post-graduation degree in the relevant subject with B.Ed. For more clarity in this, you can visit the official notification presented on the htetonline.com.

    HTET question papers PDF

    HTET 2018-19 Exam Pattern

    The exam pattern of HTET for all levels including PRT, TGT, and PGT posts will remain the same as given in the following table. Besides this, the qualifying marks in these exams for all categories of Haryana state and schedule castes, differently abled / physically challenged of other states are 60% of the total marks. While the qualifying marks for schedule castes, differently abled / physically challenged of Haryana state is 55% of the total marks. There shall be only one separate paper for PGT, PRT, and TGT exam.

    HTET Level-1 Exam pattern for becoming teacher for Class I to V: Primary teacher

    Subjects

    No. of Questions

    Maximum Marks

    Total Duration

    Child development and Pedagogy

    30 MCQ

    30 Marks

     

     

     

    2 hours and 30 minutes

    Languages (Hindi & English)

    Hindi- 15 MCQ

    English- 15 MCQ

    30 Marks

    General Studies

    Quantitative Aptitude- 10 MCQ

    Reasoning Ability- 10 MCQ

    Haryana GK & Awareness- 10 MCQ

    30 Marks

    Mathematics

    30 MCQ

    30 Marks

    Environmental Studies

    30 MCQ

    30 Marks

    Total

    150 MCQ

    150 Marks

     

    HTET Level-2 Exam pattern for becoming teacher for Class VI to VIII: Trained Graduate Teacher

    Subjects

    No. of Questions

    Maximum Marks

    Total Duration

    Child development and Pedagogy

    30 MCQ

    30 Marks

     

     

     

     

    2 hours and 30 minutes

    Languages (Hindi & English)

    Hindi- 15 MCQ

    English- 15 MCQ

    30 Marks

    General Studies

    Quantitative Aptitude- 10 MCQ

    Reasoning Ability- 10 MCQ

    Haryana GK & Awareness- 10 MCQ

    30 Marks

    Subject specific as opted

    60 MCQ

    60 Marks

    Total

    150 MCQ

    150 Marks

     

    HTET Level-3 Exam pattern for becoming teacher for Class IX to XII: Post Graduate Teacher (PGT)

    Subjects

    No. of Questions

    Maximum Marks

    Total Duration

    Child development and Pedagogy

    30 MCQ

    30 Marks

     

     

     

     

    2 hours and 30 minutes

    Languages (Hindi & English)

    Hindi- 15 MCQ

    English- 15 MCQ

    30 Marks

    General Studies

    Quantitative Aptitude- 10 MCQ

    Reasoning Ability- 10 MCQ

    Haryana GK & Awareness- 10 MCQ

    30 Marks

    Subject specific as opted

    60 MCQ

    60 Marks

    Total

    150 MCQ

    150 Marks

     

    HTET Exam 2018-19 Syllabus

    The key to getting success in any competitive exam is to know the complete syllabus of that particular exam. Without having the exact knowledge of the syllabus, candidates may prepare the redundant topics leading to the wastage of time. Same in the case of HTET exam, the questions will be only asked from the laid syllabus. Hence, before revision and study, it is advised that you should always go through the HTET syllabus first. The complete HTET syllabus can be seen by clicking the following link.

    HTET exam pattern, HTET syllabus

    HTET Exam 2018-19 Preparation Tips

    There are lots of candidates, who are waiting for the HTET exam 2018-19. To crack the HTET exam, you should not leave any stone unturned. We advised you to start your preparation in a systematic way. There may be several methods to prepare your study plan but we suggest you opt for the standard one that is described in the below-linked article-

    HTET preparation tips

    HTET Exam 2018-19 Admit Card

    The admit card is released by BSEH on HTET website. Registered candidates can download your admit card for all three levels separately by following the below steps. Candidates are advised to check all the prime information on the admit card before appearing in the HTET exam.

    • Go to the HTET official website i.e. htetonline.com.

    HTET online

    • Click on the link of the levels in which you are going to appear.

    HTET admit card download

    • Fill the necessary details received in your Email’s inbox at the time of filling the online form. This information include registration number and password.
    • Click on the Login button.
    • Download the admit card.

    HTET Exam 2018-19 Cutoff Marks

    In the HTET exam, there will be no sectional/subject wise cutoffs. The cutoff marks will be decided on the total marks. BSEH (Haryana Board of School Education) had notified the separate cutoff marks for SC/ST, general castes, and SC/ST of other states as per the order of the honorable court. So, let us know about the HTET cutoff marks/ qualifying marks with the following table-

    Level

    All categories except Schedule castes & physically challenged

    For Schedule castes & physically challenged in Haryana State

    For Schedule castes & physically challenged candidates of other states

    Level-1 (PRT)

    60% (90 Marks)

    55% (82 Marks)

    60% (90 Marks)

    Level-2 (TGT)

    60% (90 Marks)

    55% (82 Marks)

    60% (90 Marks)

    Level-3 (PGT)

    60% (90 Marks)

    55% (82 Marks)

    60% (90 Marks)

                                                                                        HTET Selection Process

    Phase of Examination

    Weightage

    Written Exam

    80%

    Personal interview

    12%

    Experience

    8%

    For more detail, you can click on the link given below-

    HTET cutoff marks

    HTET Previous Year Papers

    Previous year papers play a very important role in any competitive exam. We advise you to collect the HTET exam previous year papers at least of last five years and start practicing all questions manually. It will help you in getting the insights of the type of questions, a number of questions, and the difficulty level. It is more obvious that you will get some similar type of problems asked in child development & pedagogy section. Hence, we can conclude that practicing previous year papers; you can score some extra marks in the exam with less-efforts.

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