AP TET Syllabus 2025: Download Paper 1 & 2 Syllabus PDF

Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test 2024 ( APTET )

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AP TET syllabus 2025: The Department of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh will conduct the AP TET 2025 exam based on the prescribed exam pattern and syllabus. The latest APTET syllabus 2025 PDF is shared here. The AP TET exam is conducted for Paper 1 (Part A and Part B) and Paper 2 (Part A and Part B). The APTET syllabus 2025 contains the topics from which questions are asked in Paper 1 A & B and Paper 2 A & B. Candidates can download the AP TET syllabus PDF 2025 of Paper 1 and Paper 2 below in all languages including Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, English, Kannada, Tamil, Odiya and Sanskrit. 

Also Read: AP TET Results 2024

Knowing the APTET syllabus and topics is the first step toward exam preparation. Candidates who are planning to appear for the upcoming AP TET exam should start their preparations by going through the latest syllabus and exam pattern. The APTET 2025 syllabus helps the candidates understand the exam pattern, sections, important topics, section-wise marks, question distribution, and the marking scheme of the exam. Here we have shared the paper-wise syllabus and exam pattern for the AP TET exam 2025. Go through the syllabus below and start with the preparations for the upcoming AP TET 2025 exam. 

Q:   What is the syllabus for APTET exam?

A:
The Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test APTET is conducted by the Department of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh, to assess the eligibility of candidates to teach in primary and upper primary schools in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The APTET exam syllabus has been given below for the candidates: Paper 1 ( For Primary Schools) a) Child Development and Pedagogy b) Language 1 c) Language 2 d) Mathematics e) Environmental Science Paper 2 (For upper Primary Schools) a) Child Development and Pedagogy b) Language 1 c) Language 2 d) Mathematics or Science or, Social Studies The candidates can find the detailed syllabus for the APTET exam on https://www.shiksha.com/exams/aptet-exam-syllabus.
 

Q:   What are the passing marks for APTET exam?

A:
The candidate appearing for the Andhra Pradesh TET exam will be considered qualified if they secure pre decided cut off marks set by the Department of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh. The category wise cut off marks has been given below for the candidates: a) For General Category: 60 per cent marks b) For OBC category: 50 per cent marks c) For SC, ST, PwD: 40 per cent marks.
 

Q:   Are there any negative marks in the APTET exam?

A:
No, there are no negative marks in the Andhra Pradesh TET exam. The APTET exam consists two papers Paper 1 and Paper 2 each carrying a total of 150 marks each. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers in either of the papers. Candidates are awarded one mark for each correct answer, and there is no penalty for the incorrect answers or unanswered questions. Therefore, candidates are advised to attempt all the questions in the exam, even if they are not sure about the correct answers. It is important for the candidates to prepare for the APTET exam thoroughly to increase the chances of securing more marks in the APTET exam by understanding the concepts and developing the problem solving skills.
 

Q:   What is the difficulty level of APTET exam?

A:

The difficulty level of the APTET exam may vary from subject to subject and from one exam cycle to another. However, in general, the APTET exam is considered to be a moderately difficult exam that tests the candidates' knowledge, comprehension, analytical and reasoning abilities. The exam consists of two papers - Paper 1 and Paper 2. 

Paper 1 is taken to determine the eligibility of the applicants to teach in Primary Schools (Class 1 to 5). The Paper 1 comprises 5 subjects: 

  • Child Development and Pedagogy
  • Language-I
  • Language-II
  • Mathematics
  • Environmental Studies

On the other hand, the APTET Paper 2 is taken to determine the eligibility of applicants to teach in Upper Primary Schools (Class 6 to 8). The Paper 2 comprises 4 subjects:

  • Child Development and Pedagogy
  • Language-I
  • Language-II
  • Mathematics and Science or Social Studies/Social SciencesorCategory of Disability Specialization and Pedagogy
 

AP TET Syllabus 2025: Overview of Exam Pattern

Here’s the overview of the AP TET syllabus 2025 below for Paper 1 and Paper 2.

Exam Particulars

Exam Details

Mode of exam

Offline

Number of papers

Two- Paper 1 and Paper 2

Number of sections

Five in Paper 1; Four in Paper 2

Exam subjects

Paper 1 (Part A and Part B): Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I, Language-II, Mathematics, Environmental Studies

Paper 2 (Part A): Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I, Language-II, Mathematics and Science or Social Studies

Paper 2 (Part B): Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I, Language-II and Category of Disability Specialization and Pedagogy

Nature of questions

Objective-type

Duration of test

Two hours thirty minutes

Language of question paper

English and the language chosen by the candidate for Language-I

Also Read: AP TET Exam Pattern 2025

AP TET Exam Pattern 2025: Paper 1 & 2

Candidates who aspire to become a teacher for Classes 1 to 5 need to give APTET Paper 1. The AP TET Paper 1 is conducted in two parts- Part A and Part B. The exam pattern for both Part A and B of Paper 1 is the same. Have a look at the detailed AP TET Paper 1 exam pattern below.

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

Child Development and Pedagogy

30

30

Language I (Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, and Odiya)

30

30

Language II (English)

30

30

Mathematics

30

30

Environmental Studies

30

30

Total

150

150

The APTET Paper 2 (Part B) is for Classes 6 to 8 teachers for Regular Schools. Have a look at the APTET Paper 2 exam pattern 2025 below for Part A.

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

Child Development and Pedagogy

30

30

Language I (Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, English, Kannada, Tamil, Odiya, and Sanskrit)

30

30

Language II (English)

30

30

Mathematics & Science OR Social Studies

60

60

Total

150

150

The APTET Paper 2 (Part B) is for Classes 6 to 8 teachers for Regular Schools. Have a look at the APTET Paper 2 exam pattern 2025 below for Part A.

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

Child Development and Pedagogy

30

30

Language I (Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, English, Kannada, Tamil, Odiya, and Sanskrit)

30

30

Language II (English)

30

30

Mathematics & Science OR Social Studies

60

60

Total

150

150

Q:   What is the weightage of Language 1 and Language 2 in APTET Exam?

A:
In APTET exam, Language 1 and Language 2 carries a weightage of 30 marks each, marking total of 60 marks. Both these subject are compulsory and are designed to test the language proficiency and pedagogical aspects of the candidate. Language 1 is the language chosen by the candidates (Telegu/ Oriya/ Hindi/ Kannada/ Tamil/ Sanskrit) and Language 2 is English/ The aim of both these subjects is to assess the candidate's knowledge, understanding, and application of language and its pedagogical aspects. It is important for candidates to prepare for well for both Language 1 and Language 2 to score well in the APTET exam. Candidates should have a good command over the language they have chosen for Language 1 and should also be proficient in English as it is the language of instruction in most schools.
 

Q:   What are some common challenges teachers face when teaching Language skills for APTET exam?

A:
Teacher's often face several problems when teaching language skills to their students. Some of the common challenges are: a) Language Barriers: Students from diverse backgrounds and with different linguistic abilities may find it difficult to understand and communicate with the teacher, leading to difficulty in language acquisition b) Lack of Motivation: Students may lack motivation to learn a new language, particularly if they do not SEE its relevance to their daily lives. C) Limited Exposure to the language: Students may not have enough exposure to the language they are learning outside the classroom, making it difficult for them to practice and reinforce what they have learned d) Grammatical Complexity: Many languages have complex grammatical rules and structures that can be challenging for students to understand and apply correctly.
 

Q:   What are the topics covered under Language 1 and Language 2 in APTET Paper 1 exam?

A:
In Paper 1 of Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test APTET Language 1 and Language 2 are two separate subjects and the syllabus for these subjects are different. The topics covered under Language 1 and Language 2 has been given below for the candidates: Language 1 is designed to asses the proficiency of the candidates in the language they have chosen (Telegu/Tamil/Oriya/Sanskrit). The syllabus for Language 1 includes the following topics: a) Language Comprehension b) Pedagogy of Language Development c) Language Skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing d) Vocabulary Language 2 is designed to asses the candidate's efficiency in English The syllabus for Language 2 includes the following topics: a) Language Comprehension b) Pedagogy of Language Development c) Language Skills: Listening, Reading Writing and Speaking d) Vocabulary Candidates appearing for Paper 1 of APTET exam are required to choose one language (Telegu/Tamil/Oriya/Sanskrit) as Language 1 and English as Language 2. It is important for candidates to have good command over the language they have chosen as it will be evaluated based on their proficiency and pedagogical aspects.
 

AP TET Syllabus 2025: Paper 1

The AP TET syllabus for Paper 1 comprises topics from Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I, Language-II, Mathematics, and Environmental Studies. The AP TET Paper 1 syllabus is almost similar to Part A and Part B. However, the slight difference is only in the Child Development and Pedagogy Syllabus for Part A and Part B. It may be noted here that the AP TET Paper 1 Part A syllabus is for regular school teachers and the Part B syllabus is for Special Education teachers.

Go through the detailed section-wise AP TET Paper 1 syllabus below for Part A and Part B:

AP TET CDP Syllabus 2025: Child Development and Pedagogy Part A

Development, Growth & Maturation - Concept & Nature, Differences between Growth and Development

  • Principles of development and their educational implication
  • Factors influencing Development - Biological, Psychological, Sociological, emotional
  • Dimensions of Development and their interrelationships - Physical & Motor, Cognitive
  • Emotional, Social, Moral, Language relating to Infancy, early Childhood, late Child hood, adolescence
  • Understanding Development - Piaget, Kohlberg, Chomsky, Carl Rogers, Erikson
  • Individual differences - Concept, Types of individual differences (Intra & inter) Factors of individual differences ( heredity & environment)
  • Factors influencing individual differences in the areas of Attitudes, Aptitude, interest, Habit, intelligence, creativity, Values, level of aspiration, self-concept, achievement - Intelligence: Concept and meaning of intelligence, Definitions, Types of intelligence, Theories of Intelligence, Aptitude, Interest, Attitude, Creativity, Thinking and Reasoning.
  • Metacognition:- Meaning, Concept, Nature, uses, Aspects in metacognition process, experimental learning
  • Development of Personality - Meaning and concept of personality, definitions, characteristics, elements and factors of personality, theories of personality, assessment of personality(Projective and Non-Projective)
  • Mental health, adjustment & behavioural problems, conflicts, frustration, tension, anxiety, mall adjustment, a defence mechanism.
  • Methods and Approaches of Child Development Introspection, Observation, Interview, Case study
  • Experimental, Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Developmental tasks and Hazards.

Understanding Learning

  • Learning – Meaning, Concept, Definitions, Characteristics of Learning, Types of Learning, determinants of learning, Readiness, Maturity & Motivation, Learning curves.
  • Factors of Learning - Personal and Environmental • Dimensions of Learning - Cognitive, Affective and Psycho – Motor.
  • Motivation and Sustenance -its role in learning.
  • Concept: Meaning, Definition, Formation of concept, Classification of concept, Types of concept, Concept Development, Role of teacher in conceptual development.
  • Perception:- Concept, Meaning, Definitions, the process of perception, Characteristics, Laws of perceptual organization, Influencing factors of perception.
  • Memory & Forgetting
  • Transfer of Learning- Approaches to Learning and their applicability: Behaviorism (Skinner, Pavlov, Thorndike), Gestalt (Kohler, Koffka), Observational (Bandura), Constructivism (Piaget, Vygotsky), Bruner's theory of instruction, Experimental learning.

Also Read: AP TET Application 2025

Pedagogical Concerns

  • Teaching and its relationship with learning and learner.
  • Learners in Contexts: Situating learner in the socio-political and cultural context
  • Children from diverse contexts — Children With Special Needs (CWSN), Inclusive Education.
  • Understanding of pedagogic methods — Enquiry based learning, Project-based learning, Survey, Observation and Activity based learning, Cooperative and collaborative learning. Individual and Group learning
  • Issues and concerns with respect to organizing learning in the classroom like Study habits, Self-learning and Learning to learn skills.
  • Organizing learning in heterogeneous classroom groups Socio-economic background
  • Abilities and Interests.
  • Paradigms of organizing Learning-Teacher centric, Subject centric and Learner centric.
  • Theory of instruction – Bruner
  • Teaching as Planned activity — Elements of Planning
  • Phases of Teaching — Pre active, Interactive and Post active
  • General and Subject related skills, competencies required in teaching and attributes of good facilitator.
  • Learning Resources — Self, Home, School, Community, Technology.
  • Classroom Management: Role of student, teacher, Leadership style of teacher, Creation of on threatening learning environment, Managing behavior problems, Guidance & Counseling, Punishment and its legal implications, Rights of a child, Time Management.
  • Distinction between Assessment for Learning & Assessment of Learning
  • ICT

AP TET CDP Syllabus 2025: Child Development and Pedagogy Part B (in Special Education)

Child Development

  • Nature of Child Development
  • Principles and approaches to growth and development
  • Theories of learning l Methods of child study
  • Individual differences

Pedagogy in Special Education

  • Characteristics and educational needs of Children with Special Needs
  • Types and approaches to the assessment of Children with Special Needs
  • Curriculum Development and Curricular adaptations
  • Concept of Individual Educational Plan and Individualised Family Services Plan
  • Teaching strategies for Children with Special Needs

Education Commissions and Policy (School Education)

  • Constitutional provisions on education that reflect National Ideals: Equality, liberty, secularism, and social justice
  • National Commissions and Policies: Education Commission (1964), NPE and POA (1986, 1992), National Policy for Persons with Disabilities (2006)
  • National Acts: RCI Act, 1992, PWD Act, 1995, NT Act, 1999, RTE Act (2009 & 2012). RPWD Act 2016
  • Programmes and Schemes: IEDC (1974, 1983), SSA (2000, 2011), RMSA, 2009, IEDSS, 2009
  • International Conventions and Policies: Salamanca Declaration and Framework, 1994; UNCRPD, 2006; MDG, 2015; INCHEON strategies

AP TET Maths Syllabus 2025: Mathematics Syllabus Paper 1 (Part A & B)

The AP TET syllabus for Mathematics includes topics from the following sections:

  • Numbers
  • Mensuration
  • Geometry
  • Data Handling
  • Algebra
  • Arithmetic
  • Pedagogy

AP TET EVS Syllabus 2025: Environmental Studies Paper 1 (Part A & B)

The AP TET syllabus for Environmental Studies (EVS) includes topics from the following sections:

  • Living World
  • Life processes
  • Natural Phenomena
  • Transportation and Communication
  • Professions and Services
  • Our Environment
  • Our Universe
  • Production Exchange and Livelihoods
  • Political Systems and Governance
  • Social Organisation and Inequities
  • Religion and Society
  • Culture and Communication
  • Pedagogy

Q:   What are the Pedagogical Aspects of Language 1 and Language 2 in APTET exam?

A:
In Andhra Pradesh TET exam Language 1 and Language 2 have a section dedicated to pedagogical aspects. The pedagogical aspects of Language 1 and Language 2 refers to the teaching and learning methodologies, strategies, and techniques that can be used to effectively teach and learn the language. Here are some of the pedagogical aspects covered under Language 1 and Language 2: Language 1 a) Language Development: This includes the various stages of language development in children, the role of family and school in language development, and the importance of language development in the overall development of the child. b) Language Skills: This includes the development of listening, reading, writing, and speaking in the language chosen by the candidate. The syllabus also covers the different strategies and techniques that can be used to develop these skills among children. c) Pedagogy of Language: This includes the various stages of the language development in children, the role of family and the role of school in language development, and the importance of language development in the overall development of the child. Language 2 covers the same topics for the English language. Overall, the pedagogical aspects covered under Language 1 and Language 2 in APTET Paper 1 and Paper 2 aim to test the candidate's knowledge and understanding of effective teaching and learning methodologies for the language(s) they have chosen, and their ability to apply these methods in a classroom settings.
 

Q:   How can I improve my time management skill for APTET exam?

A:
Improving the time management skills for any competitive is essential including the APTET exam. Some tips to improve time management skills have been given below for the candidates: a) Create a study plan: Make a study plan that can cover all the topics and subjects included in the Andhra Pradesh TET syllabus. Set specific goals and deadlines for each topic and make sure to allocate sufficient time for revision and practice b) Identify the important topics that are repetitive in the exam by analysing the previous year's questions and question banks for the APTET exam c) Practice Time Management: Try to solve all the questions in a given time frame. First, solve all the questions that are known to you and can be solved within minutes. The lengthy question can be left for solved after the known question then solve the question which is unknown and has to be solved only on instincts. You should solve all the questions as there are no negative marks for the wrong answers as well as unanswered questions. D) Don't Digress Yourself: The candidates must focus on the exam and don't get into distractions while preparing and taking the exam. Be focused and confident while taking the exam.
 

Q:   Is the syllabus same for Paper 1 and Paper 2 in the APTET exam?

A:
No, the syllabus for Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test APTET is different. Paper 1 is for the candidates who intend to teach in classes 1 to 5, and the syllabus for this paper covers topics related to Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1 and Language 2, Mathematics, and Environmental Studies. Paper2 is for those candidates who intend to teach classes 6 to 8, and the syllabus for this paper covers topics related to Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1 and Language, Mathematics and Science or Social Studies. Therefore, the syllabus for Paper 1 differs from syllabus of Paper 2. The candidates are advised to prepare for the APTET Paper 1 and Paper 2 accordingly for the specific paper they will be appearing.
 

AP TET Syllabus 2025: Paper 2

The AP TET syllabus for Paper 2 comprises topics from Child Development and Pedagogy, Language-I, Language-II, Mathematics and Science/ Social Studies/ Category of Disability Specialization and Pedagogy. The AP TET Paper 2 syllabus for Child Development and Pedagogy differs for Part A and Part B. It may be noted here that the AP TET Paper 2 Part A syllabus is for regular school teachers and the Part B syllabus is for Special Education teachers.

Go through the detailed section-wise AP TET Paper 2 syllabus below for Part A and Part B:

AP TET Paper 2 Syllabus 2025: Part A

AP TET CDP Syllabus 2025: Child Development and Pedagogy Paper 2 Part A

Development, Growth & Maturation - Concept & Nature, Differences between Growth and Development

  • Principles of development and their educational implication
  • Factors influencing Development - Biological, Psychological, Sociological, emotional
  • Dimensions of Development and their interrelationships - Physical & Motor, Cognitive
  • Emotional, Social, Moral, Language relating to Infancy, early Childhood, late Child hood, adolescence
  • Understanding Development - Piaget, Kohlberg, Chomsky, Carl Rogers, Erikson
  • Individual differences - Concept, Types of individual differences (Intra & inter) Factors of individual differences ( heredity & environment)
  • Factors influencing individual differences in the areas of Attitudes, Aptitude, Interest, Habit, intelligence, creativity, Values, level of aspiration, self-concept, achievement - Intelligence: Concept and meaning of intelligence, Definitions, Types of intelligence, Theories of Intelligence, Aptitude, Interest, Attitude, Creativity, Thinking and Reasoning.
  • Metacognition:- Meaning, Concept, Nature, uses, Aspects in metacognition process, experimental learning
  • Development of Personality - Meaning and concept of personality, definitions, characteristics, elements and factors of personality, theories of personality, assessment of personality(Projective and Non-Projective)
  • Mental health, adjustment & behavioural problems, conflicts, frustration, tension, anxiety, mall adjustment, a defence mechanism.
  • Methods and Approaches of Child Development Introspection, Observation, Interview, Case study
  • Experimental, Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Developmental tasks and Hazards.

Understanding Learning

  • Learning – Meaning, Concept, Definitions, Characteristics of Learning, Types of Learning, determinants of learning, Readiness, Maturity & Motivation, Learning curves.
  • Factors of Learning - Personal and Environmental • Dimensions of Learning - Cognitive, Affective and Psycho – Motor.
  • Motivation and Sustenance -its role in learning.
  • Concept: Meaning, Definition, Formation of concept, Classification of concept, Types of concept, Concept Development, Role of teacher in conceptual development.
  • Perception:- Concept, Meaning, Definitions, the process of perception, Characteristics, Laws of perceptual organization, Influencing factors of perception.
  • Memory & Forgetting
  • Transfer of Learning- Approaches to Learning and their applicability: Behaviorism (Skinner, Pavlov, Thorndike), Gestalt (Kohler, Koffka), Observational (Bandura), Constructivism (Piaget, Vygotsky), Bruner's theory of instruction, Experimental learning.

Pedagogical Concerns

  • Teaching and its relationship with learning and learner.
  • Learners in Contexts: Situating learners in the socio-political and cultural context
  • Children from diverse contexts — Children With Special Needs (CWSN), Inclusive Education.
  • Understanding of pedagogic methods — Enquiry-based learning, Project-based learning, Survey, Observation and Activity-based learning, Cooperative and collaborative learning. Individual and Group learning
  • Issues and concerns with respect to organizing learning in the classroom like Study habits, Self-learning and Learning to learn skills.
  • Organizing learning in heterogeneous classroom groups Socio-economic background
  • Abilities and Interests.
  • Paradigms of organizing Learning-Teacher centric, Subject centric, and Learner centric.
  • Theory of instruction – Bruner
  • Teaching as Planned activity — Elements of Planning
  • Phases of Teaching — Pre-active, Interactive, and Post active
  • General and Subject related skills, competencies required in teaching, and attributes of a good facilitator.
  • Learning Resources — Self, Home, School, Community, Technology.
  • Classroom Management: Role of a student, teacher, the Leadership style of the teacher, Creation of on threatening learning environment, Managing behavior problems, Guidance & Counseling, Punishment, and its legal implications, Rights of a child, Time Management.
  • The distinction between Assessment for Learning & Assessment of Learning
  • ICT

AP TET Maths & Science Syllabus 2025: Paper 2 Part A

Have a look at the Mathematics and Science syllabus below:

Mathematics

  • Arithmetic
  • Number System
  • Geometry
  • Mensuration
  • Algebra
  • Statistics
  • Probability
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Methodology

Science

  • Physical Science
  • Biological Science
  • Methodology

AP TET Social Science Syllabus 2025: Paper 2 Part A

  • Diversity on the Earth
  • Production Exchange and Livelihoods
  • Political Systems and Governance
  • Social Organisation and Inequities
  • Religion and Society
  • Culture and Communication
  • Methodology

AP TET Paper 2 Syllabus 2025: Part B

AP TET CDP Syllabus 2025: Child Development and Pedagogy Paper 2 Part B (in Special Education)

Child Development

  • Nature of Child Development
  • Principles and approaches of growth and development
  • Theories of learning l Methods of child study
  • Individual differences

Pedagogy in Special Education

  • Characteristics and educational needs of Children with Special Needs
  • Types and approaches to the assessment of Children with Special Needs
  • Curriculum Development and Curricular adaptations
  • Concept of Individual Educational Plan and Individualised Family Services Plan
  • Teaching strategies for Children with Special Needs

Education Commissions and Policy (School Education)

  • Constitutional provisions on education that reflect National Ideals: Equality, liberty, secularism, and social justice
  • National Commissions and Policies: Education Commission (1964), NPE and POA (1986, 1992), National Policy for Persons with Disabilities (2006)
  • National Acts: RCI Act, 1992, PWD Act, 1995, NT Act, 1999, RTE Act (2009 & 2012). RPWD Act 2016
  • Programmes and Schemes: IEDC (1974, 1983), SSA (2000, 2011), RMSA, 2009, IEDSS, 2009
  • International Conventions and Policies: Salamanca Declaration and Framework, 1994; UNCRPD, 2006; MDG, 2015; INCHEON strategies

Category of Disability Specialization and Pedagogy Syllabus 2025: Part B

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Learning Disability
  • Mental Retardation / Intellectual Disability
  • Multiple Disabilities
  • Visual Impairment

AP TET Syllabus 2025 Paper 1 & Paper 2: PDF Download

The APTET exam has some common sections and syllabi for Paper 1 and Paper 2 the candidates can go through the syllabus. Preparing for the common syllabus can reduce the candidate's efforts. The common syllabus for paper 1 and paper 2 has been given below for the candidates' ease. 

AP TET Language I Syllabus 2025: Paper 1 and Paper 2

The AP TET Paper 1 & Paper 2 syllabus for Language I differs for the following languages:

  • Paper 1 Language I: Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, and Odiya
  • Paper 2 Language I: Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, English, Kannada, Tamil, Odiya, and Sanskrit

Have a look at the language-wise syllabus below:

AP TET Telugu Syllabus 2025: Paper 1 & Paper 2

The AP TET Telugu syllabus 2025 is almost the same for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Have a look at the syllabus below:

AP TET Telugu Syllabus 2025

AP TET Hindi Syllabus 2025: Paper 1 & Paper 2

The AP TET syllabus for the Hindi Language is almost the same for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Have a look at the syllabus below:

AP TET Syllabus 2025 for Hindi

AP TET Language II Syllabus 2025: English (Paper 1 & Paper 2)

The AP TET English syllabus 2025 is the same for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Have a look at the syllabus below:

Content

  • Synonym & Antonym
  • Spelling
  • Word Formation
  • Helping Verbs
  • Parts of speech
  • Tenses
  • Types of sentences
  • Prepositions & articles
  • Degrees of comparison
  • Direct and indirect speech
  • Questions and question tags
  • Active & passive voice
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Reading comprehension
  • Composition
  • Vocabulary
  • Meaning of idiomatic expressions
  • Correction of sentences
  • Sequencing of the sentences in the given paragraph
  • Error identification within a sentence
  • Letter Writing
  • Dictionary Skills

Pedagogy

  • Aspects of English:- (a) English language - History, nature, importance, principles of English as a second language (b) Problems of teaching/learning English
  • Objectives of teaching English
  • Development of Language skills:- (a) Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing (LSRW), (b) Communicative skills
  • Approaches, Methods, and Techniques of teaching English
  • Introduction, Definition, and Types of approaches methods, and techniques of teaching English (b)Remedial teaching
  • The teaching of structures and vocabulary items
  • Teaching-learning materials in English
  • Lesson Planning
  • Curriculum & Textbooks
  • Evaluation in English language Teaching – CCE

Note: To prepare for the AP TET 2025 exam as per the prescribed syllabus, candidates need to refer to new textbooks for Classes 1 to 6 and old textbooks for Classes 7 to 10.

Download AP TET Syllabus 2025 PDF

The AP TET syllabus 2025 varies for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Have a look at the detailed subject-wise AP TET syllabus PDF 2025 of both papers below. The candidates can download the APTET syllabus for the year 2025 through the link given below. The AP TET syllabus 2025 PDF comprises a detailed syllabus for the primary and upper primary levels. 

Download AP TET Syllabus 2025

Also Read: AP TET Eligibility Criteria 2025

APTET Best Books 2025

The APTET books have been given below for the candidates who are preparing for the APTET exam. The candidates can prepare with these books for the APTET exam:

  • Guide to Child Development and Pedagogy (For Paper I & Paper II) by R.Gupta
  • Child Development and Pedagogy for Paper I & Paper II by Shyam Anand
  • Preparation for language, mathematics & science, and social science can be done with the published books available in the market

APTET Syllabus 2025 FAQs

Have a look at AP TET syllabus 2025 FAQs below:

Q:   Can I appear for the APTET exam again if I have not qualified in first attempt?

A:
Yes, you can appear for the APTET exam again if you have not cleared it in the previous attempt. There is no restriction on the number of attempts that a candidate can make for the exam. However, you will have to fulfill the eligibility criteria and follow the application process for the next exam cycle. Candidates who have not cleared the APTET exam in their previous attempt are advised to analyse their performance and identify their weaknesses. They should work on improving their weak areas and focus on the important topics and concepts that are frequently asked in the exam. Candidates can refer to good study material, practice mock tests, and previous year papers to prepare effectively for the exam. It is important to stay updated with the latest developments in the field of education and teaching and revise the topics and concepts regularly to retain them in memory. With a systematic and focused approach, candidates can improve their chances of clearing the APTET exam and achieving their goals in the field of teaching.
 

Q:   Is it possible to crack APTET exam in 1 year?

A:
Yes, it is definitely possible to crack the APTET (Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test) exam in one year. With a focused and systematic approach, candidates can prepare effectively for the exam and improve their chances of qualifying it in their first attempt. Here are some tips that can help you crack the APTET exam in one year: a) Understand the Syllabus: The first step in your preparation should be to understand the syllabus and exam pattern thoroughly. Go through the entire syllabus and identify the important topics and subjects that need more focus. B) Create a Study Plan: Once you have identified the important topics, create a study plan that suits your requirements and schedule. Allocate sufficient time for each subject and topic and ensure that you cover the entire syllabus. C) Refer to Good Study Material: Choose good study material that covers the entire syllabus prescribed for the exam. You can refer to textbooks, reference books, and online study materials to prepare for the exam. E) Practice Mock Tests and Previous Year Papers: Solve mock tests and previous year papers to get an idea of the exam pattern and type of questions asked in the exam. This will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses and work on them accordingly. E) Work on Weak Areas: Identify your weak areas and work on improving them. Focus on the important topics and concepts that are frequently asked in the exam. F) Revision: Revision is an important aspect of preparation. Revise the topics and concepts regularly to retain them in your memory. G) Time Management: Effective time management is crucial to score well in the exam. Allocate sufficient time for each subject and topic and practice time management during the exam. H) Remember, consistency and hard work are key to cracking the APTET exam. With a focused and systematic approach, you can ace the exam and achieve your goals.
 

Q:   When should I start preparing for APTET exam?

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The ideal time to start preparing for the APTET exam varies from person to person and depends on several factors such as your familiarity with the subject, the level of understanding of the topics covered in the syllabus, and the amount of time and effort you can devote to the preparation. However, as a general guideline, it is recommended that you start preparing for the exam at least 6-8 months before the exam date. This will give you sufficient time to cover the entire syllabus, revise the important topics, solve mock tests and previous year papers, and identify your strengths and weaknesses. If you are already familiar with the subject and have a good understanding of the topics covered in the syllabus, you can start preparing for the exam 3-4 months before the exam date. However, if you are new to the subject or need to improve your understanding of the topics, you may need to start preparing earlier. It is important to note that the APTET exam is a highly competitive exam, and the level of competition is increasing every year. Therefore, it is important to start preparing early and stay consistent with your preparation. With a focused approach and consistent effort, you can increase your chances of qualifying for the APTET exam.

 

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Candidates can know the Andhra Pradesh TET hall ticket number 2024 by downloading their hall tickets or by checking the already downloaded hall tickets. If a candidate has lost his or her hall ticket, he or she can redownload the Andhra Pradesh TET hall ticket and know their hall ticket numbers by f

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Rupali Pruthi

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 2 months ago

To download your hall ticket for the Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (AP TET), you can follow a few simple steps. Begin by visiting the official website dedicated to Andhra Pradesh TET at aptet.apcfss.in. Once on the site, locate the link that is typically labeled "Hall Ticket Candidate Logi

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Priyanka Shah

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Answered 2 months ago

The AP TET results 2024 were scheduled to be announced on March 14, 2024. However, the AP TET 2024 results have been delayed due to the operation of Model Code of Conduct in Andhra Pradesh. The decision to postpone the APTET result 2024 complies with the instructions of the Election Commission which

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Rupali Pruthi

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Answered 2 months ago

Candidates can check the Andhra Pradesh TET results 2024 Manabadi by following the below-mentioned steps:

Visit the official website of the exam - aptet.apcfss.in.

Click on the results link. Enter the hall ticket/ admit card number.

Click on the 'Get Results' button.APTET result will appear on the scre

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Dr. Uma Sinha

Scholar-Level 17

Answered 2 months ago

No, the Andhra Pradesh TET 2024 result has not been declared yet by the Department of School Education, the Government of Andhra Pradesh. The APTET results 2024 were scheduled to be issued on March 14, 2024. However, the Andhra Pradesh TET result 2024 has been delayed due to unknown reason. The Andh

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Rupali Pruthi

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 2 months ago

Have a look at the Andhra Pradesh TET qualifying marks 2024 below:

Category

Qualifying Percentage (in per cent)

Qualifying Marks  (Out of 150)

General

60

90

BC 

50

75

SC/ST/ Differently abled (PH)

40

60

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Rupali Pruthi

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Answered 2 months ago

Candidates can check Andhra Pradesh TET results 2024 using the steps given below:

  • Visit the official website of APTET - aptet.apcfss.in
  • Click on the results link
  • Enter the hall ticket/ admit card number
  • Click on the 'Get Results' button
  • APTET result will appear on the screen
  • Download the scorecard and tak

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Rupali Pruthi

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 2 months ago

Candidates can download the official Andhra Pradesh TET response sheet 2024 by following the steps given below:

  • Visit the official website of Andhra Pradesh TET.
  • Click on the Candidate login link.
  • Enter your candidate ID and date of birth.
  • Download the Andhra Pradesh TET response sheet.

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Rupali Pruthi

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Answered 2 months ago

Candidates can download the official Andhra Pradesh TET answer key 2024 by following the steps given below:

  • Visit the official website of Andhra Pradesh TET.
  • Click on the link stating 'Question Paper & Answer Key’.
  • Click on the respective answer key PDF for Paper 1 or Paper 2 (Mathematics & Science or

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