The Madhya Pradesh Professional Exam Board (MPPEB) has announced the tentative duration for the MP Teacher’s Eligibility Test (TET) 2021. As of now, no date has been finalized but it is likely that the exam will be held during December 2021 and January 2022. Candidates who have successfully registered for MP TET 2021 can check the tentative schedule of the examination on peb.mp.gov.in.
Online applications for the test were open till January 20, 2020. However, the exam had to be postponed time and again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To check the tentative schedule on the official website, candidates can follow these steps.
Step 1- Open peb.mp.gov.in and select the preferred language (Hindi or English).
Step 2- A page will open where the candidate has to click on ‘Exam Schedule’ below the ‘For Candidates’ tab.
Step 3- Now, the examination calendar will open where the candidate can check serial number 6 that reads ‘Prathamik Shikshak Patrata Pariksha 2020’ (Primary Teacher’s Eligibility Test 2020).
Step 4- Against that serial number the tentative exam date of MP TET 2021 is displayed
MPPEB has declared that the timeline of the examination is tentative. After receiving approval from the concerning departments, the dates will be finalized. After that, MPPEB will also release the admit cards at least 15 days prior to the examination which can be downloaded from the same website.
The MP TET is conducted every year to determine the eligibility of candidates in terms of primary, middle and high school teaching across the schools in the state. The primary school TET is for individuals who will be eligible to apply in government schools to teach classes 1 to 5 after clearing the MP TET exam. Similarly, the middle school TET is for classes 6 to 8 while the high school TET is for classes 9 to 12.
Candidates will get 150 minutes to complete the test. The topics asked in MP TET 2021 exam are Language I, Language II, Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics and Environmental Science. The two languages must be chosen from English, Hindi, Urdu and Sanskrit. These five subjects carry 30 marks each. However, the subjects also vary depending on the class. For example, candidates appearing for MP TET for classes 6 to 8, have to appear for Social Science in place of Environmental Science. The marks for the Social Science paper will be 60. Likewise, candidates have to appear for either Mathematics or Science based on the classes they are choosing. The marks for the chosen subject will also be 60. Candidates have to answer multiple choice questions. Every right answer adds +1 marks to the total score whereas there isn’t any provision of negative marking.