National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR) Chandigarh is conducting the recruitment test for Nursery Teachers (NTTs) on November 16, 2019. As per the official notification, the date for NTT admit card release was yesterday November 12, 2019, 11 am onwards. As per it, candidates can download their admit cards from recruit.nitttrchd.ac.in.
As per reports, candidates can download their admit cards from login. Those who have applied can go to recruit.nitttrchd.ac.in, then click department of education, then on next page click Nursery Teachers (NTT). This leads to the page where all official updates of the NTT recruitment are available, including an apply link.
On the apply page, candidates can login with username, password and see if their admit card is available or not. Facility to get forgotten registration number and password are also available. Lost password can be obtained with username. Whereas lost registration number retrieval requires email id.
Candidates can download the admit card only until November 15, 2019, 5 pm. In case of any difficulty in downloading the admit card, help can be taken from the helpdesk at NITTTR, sector 26, Chandigarh on November 15, 2019, from 10 am to 4 pm.
4,338 candidates have applied with language opted for exam as English and Hindi. 1,713 have applied with languages opted as English and Punjabi.
The nursery teachers recruitment test will be held on Saturday from 10 am to 12.30 pm. After that, the answer key will be released on November 18, 2019, at 11 am. Objections will be accepted until November 21, 2019, 2 pm.
Education Department, Chandigarh Administration had released the notification for the recruitment of nursery teachers on a regular basis, for a total of 131 vacancies, from September 6 to 30, 2019. The vacancies are distributed between UR, EWS, OBC, SC as 50, 7, 55, 19 respectively. These include backlog vacancies.
The upcoming exam for nursery teachers shall have 150 multiple choice questions. It will have 11 sections namely general awareness, reasoning ability, arithmetic and numerical ability, teaching aptitude and child psychology, information and communication technology, punjabi language and comprehension, hindi language and comprehension, english language and comprehension, mathematics, general science, social science. The first five sections will have 15 questions each, the next three will have 10 questions each, and again the last three sections will have 15 questions each. Each question will be of 1 mark. Negative marking shall apply to the tune of 0.25 per incorrect answer.
All the questions will be such that their difficulty level will be that of upto class 10th. The minimum qualifying marks will be 40%.
On the basis of the written test, number of candidates to be called for scrutiny of original documents will be 1.5 times the number of vacancies.
There are four NITTTRs in India, one each in Chandigarh, Kolkata, Chennai, and Bhopal. They are responsible for the training of polytechnic teachers.
The posts being filled are under Chandigarh administration, and are eligible for Rs 10300 – 34800 + 4200 grade pay.