KTET Syllabus 2024: Download Subject-wise Syllabus PDF

Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test 2024 ( KTET )

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Dewesh Nandan Prasad

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Updated on Mar 7, 2024 14:57 IST

KTET syllabus 2024 is prescribed by the Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan. The Kerala TET syllabus varies for Category 1, Category 2, Category 3 and category 4 papers. Knowing the KTET syllabus 2024 is the first step towards exam preparation. It is important for candidates to be familiar with the subjects and the number of questions that will be asked in the exam. The KTET syllabus also enables the candidates to know the important topics from which questions are expected in the exam. Candidates can check the paper-wise KTET syllabus 2024 below.

Here, we have provided the detailed KTET 2024 syllabus for all the papers below. Moreover, along with the syllabus we have provided the latest exam pattern for KTET 2024.

Q:   What is the syllabus for the KTET exam?

A:

The Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) syllabus is given below:

Category I

  • Child Development and Pedagogy 
  • Language I- Malayalam/ Tamil/ Kannada
  • Language II- English/Arabic
  • Environmental Studies
  • Mathematics

Category II

  • Child Development and Pedagogy
  • Language I-Malayalam/  Tamil/ Kannada/ English
  • Language II- (Other than Language I) Malayalam/ English/ Hindi/ Arabic/ Urdu/ Sanskrit
  • Mathematics and Science (for Mathematics and Science teachers) or Social Science (for Social Science teachers)

Category III

  • Adolescent Psychology, Theories of Learning and Teaching Aptitude
  • Language: Malayalam/ English/ Tamil/ Kannada
  • Subject-specific areas (Content & Pedagogy)

Category IV

  • Child Development, Pedagogy & Teacher Aptitude
  • Language: Malayalam/English/Tamil/Kannada
  • Subjects specific paper (Content & Pedagogy)

 

 

Q:   Does KTET syllabus change every year?

A:

The syllabus for the KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test) Exam is revised and updated periodically by the Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan (KPB), but it does not change drastically every year. The syllabus is based on the topics covered in the primary and upper primary school curriculum, and it is designed to test the candidates' knowledge, understanding, and pedagogical skills related to the relevant subjects. However, there may be some minor changes or additions to the syllabus from time to time, depending on the latest developments in the field of education and the requirements of the Kerala Government. To prepare well for the KTET exam, candidates should go through the syllabus thoroughly and practice previous years' question papers and mock tests. This will help them get familiar with the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that are asked, which will increase their chances of scoring well in the exam.

 

Q:   How can I get a job after KTET?

A:

After you qualify the KTET exam, you are awarded the eligibility Certificate. KTET does not guarantee any job after the candidate qualifies the exam. Though, the candidates will become eligible for the recruitment exam after qualifying for the KTET exam. The recruitment exam for recruiting teachers in the school of Kerala. The candidates can apply for the different vacancies according to their eligibility. The Kerala Government releases the vacancies for the teachers according to the need of the state.

 

KTET Exam Pattern 2024: Highlights

Have a look at the highlights of the KTET exam pattern 2024 below:

Particulars

HP TET Exam Highlights

Exam mode

Offline

Number of papers

4

Names of papers

  • Category 1
  • Category 2
  • Category 3
  • Category 4

Duration of exam

2.5 hours (150 minutes)

Total questions

150

Type of questions

Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs); 4 options with only 1 correct option

Total marks

150

Marking scheme

+1 for the correct answer

0 for incorrect answer

Q:   What is the salary of KTET qualified government school teacher?

A:

In Kerala, the government school teachers' salary is based on the recommendations of the Government of India and the scales implemented by the Government of Kerala. The salary structure for teachers in Kerala is categorised into different scales or pay bands, such as the Central Pay scales and the State Government Pay Scales.
The exact salary of KTET qualified government school teachers can vary depending on factors such as their qualifications, experience, and the specific pay scale they fall under. It's important to note that salary structures and pay scales may be revised periodically by the government, so it's advisable to refer to the latest official notifications or consult the concerned authorities for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding salary details. However the rough in hand salary for the KTET government teacher is given below:

  • Lower Primary Teacher Salary: INR 54000
  • Upper Primary Teacher Salary: INR 64000
 

Q:   What is the minimum marks to qualify for the KTET exam?

A:

To qualify the KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test), candidates are required to achieve the minimum qualifying marks set by the conducting authority. Here are the qualifying criteria for KTET:
For General Category Candidates:

Minimum 60 per cent marks are required to qualify the KTET examination. 

For Reserved Category Candidates (SC/ST/OBC/PH):

There is a relaxation of 5 per cent for reserved category candidates, so they need to score a minimum of 55 per cent marks to qualify the KTET examination. It's important to note that qualifying the KTET exam does not guarantee a job. It is a mandatory eligibility criterion for candidates aspiring to become teachers in primary and upper primary schools in the state of Kerala. Further selection processes, such as interviews or document verification, may be required by the respective recruiting authorities.

 

Q:   Are there any limitations to appear for the KTET exam?

A:

There is no age limitation to appear for the KTET exam. The candidates can take the KTET exam as many times they want. However, the candidates need to fulfill the eligibility criteria to appear for the exam. The educational eligibility criteria for the KTET exam are given below:

  • Bachelor of Education Degree with concerned subjects in Graduation
  • Diploma in Elemnetary Education 
  • Teacher Training Certificate Along with Secondary/Senior Secondary with atleast 45 percent
 

KTET Syllabus 2024

The KTET 2024 syllabus is different for all the four categories- Category 1 (Lower Primary classes), Category 2 (Upper Primary classes), Category 3 (High School classes) and Category 4 (Language Teachers, Specialist Teachers and Physical Education teachers). The syllabus and the level of questions are different for all four categories. The KTET syllabus of all four papers is shared below in detail.

KTET Category 1 Syllabus 2024

The questions in the tests for KTET Category 1 will be based on the topics of the syllabus prescribed for classes 1 to 5, but the difficulty level, as well as linkages, could be up to the secondary stage. Have a look at the KTET Category 1 syllabus below:

Subject

KTET Category 1 Syllabus

Child Development and Pedagogy (relevant to age group 6-11)

Child Development and Learning (15 Questions)

  • Methods of studying child behaviour - observation, case study, Interview, Psychological tests etc.

  • Concept of development

  • Principles of growth and development

  • Influence of heredity and environment on human development

  • Concept of learning

  • Basic theories of learning: Conditioning (Pavlov, Skinner); Insight learning (Gestalt); cognitive learning (Piaget, Bruner and Vygotsky)

  • Relation between development and learning: learner readiness of maturation

  • Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky: Constructs and critical perspectives.

  • Concept of child-centred and progressive education - Activity-based method of Teaching and Learning, Problem Based Learning

  • Critical perspectives of the construct of intelligence (Theories of Spearman, Guilford, Thurstone and Gardner).

  • Language and Thought (Basic perspectives of Piaget, Chomsky and Vygotsky).

  • Gender as a social construct: Gender roles, gender bias and educational practice

  • Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.,

  • Distinction between - Assessment for learning and Assessment of learning - school-based Assessment (Internal assessment)

  • Continuous and comprehensive evaluation: Perspectives and practice

  • Assessing learner achievement - grading

  • Personality development - the concept of personality and basic approaches to personality (Psychoanalytic and Trait) - Adjustment mechanisms

Concepts of inclusive education and understanding children with special needs (5 Questions)

  • Concept of exceptional children

  • Concept of children with special needs (CWSN)

  • Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including disadvantaged and deprived

  • Concept of learning disability (LD) - Addressing the needs of children with learning disabilities

  • Addressing the Talented, creative, specially-abled children

Learning and pedagogy (10 Questions)

  • How children think and learn: how and why children fail to achieve success in school performance

  • Different factors influencing learning and achievement

  • Basic process of teaching and learning: Children’s strategies of learning - Learning as a social activity - social context of learning

  • Child as a problem solver and ‘scientific investigator’ (concept of the nature of child by Piaget, Bruner and Vygotsky)

  • Alternative concepts of Learning in children: Understanding children's ‘errors’ as significant steps in the learning process (Self - corrective nature of the child)

  • Cognition and Emotions - Emotion - Basic Emotions - characteristics of childhood emotionality. Emotional Development (Bridge’s)- cognition (Thinking, Reasoning, Problems solving and Investigation)

  • Motivation and learning - How does motivation influence learning - Maslow’s theory of motivation

  • Factors contributing to learning - Personal and environmental Note:

  1. Emphasis should be given to questions related to classroom contexts,

  2. Classroom context should be primary level.

Language I- Malayalam/ Tamil/ Kannada

The test items for Language – I (Malayalam/Kannada/Tamil) shall focus on the proficiencies related to the medium of instruction as chosen by the candidate at the time of submitting the application.

Language II- English/Arabic

Language II shall be from the prescribed options other than Language I. Candidates can choose any one language from the available language options and the same shall be specified in the application form. The test items in Language II focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities

Environmental Studies

Content

  • Family

  • Water

  • Agriculture

  • Vehicles

  • Soil

  • Earth

  • Shelters

  • Diseases

  • Food

  • Jobs

  • Public Institute

  • Energy

  • Animal world

  • Plants

  • First aid

  • Solar system

  • Air

  • Light

Pedagogy

  • Science development

  • Aims of learning science

  • Supplementary activities for enhancing science learning

  • Characteristics of science teaching

  • Approaches of science teaching

  • Integrated approach in environmental science

  • Evaluation strategy in science classes

  • Different strategies in science teaching-learning process

  • Analysis of primary science curriculum

  • Action Research

  • Evaluation system

Mathematics

Content

  • Numbers

  • Geometry

  • Measurements

Pedagogy

  • Nature of Mathematics

  • Place of Mathematics in Curriculum

  • Approach to Mathematics Learning

  • Teaching of Mathematics- Strategies and Methods

  • Learning Materials in Mathematics

  • Mathematics Learning- Evaluation

KTET Category 2 Syllabus 2024

The questions in the tests for KTET Category 2 shall be based on the topics prescribed in the syllabus by SCERT, Kerala for classes 6 to 8, but the difficulty level, as well as linkages, will be up to the higher/senior secondary stage. Have a look at the detailed syllabus:

Subject

Category 2 Syllabus

Child Development and Pedagogy (relevant to age group 11-14)

Child development (Elementary Child) (15 Questions)

  • Concept of development and its relation with learning

  • Principles of development of children

  • Influence of Heredity and Environment

  • Socialization Process

  • Piaget, Kohlberg, Vygotsky - Constructs and Critical Perspectives

  • Concept of child-centred and progressive Education

  • Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence

  • Language and ThoughtGender as a social construct

  • Individual difference among learners

  • Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation

  • Nature of prior learning

Inclusive Education (5 Questions)

Learning and Pedagogy (10 Questions)

  • Process of teaching and learning

  • Cognitive Process and Emotions

  • Motivation and Learning

  • Personality and adjustment

Language I-Malayalam/  Tamil/ Kannada/ English

The questions from Language I shall focus on the proficiency related to the medium of instruction as chosen from the list of prescribed options in the application form.

Language II-(Other than Language I) Malayalam/ English/ Hindi/ Arabic/ Urdu/ Sanskrit

Language II shall be a language other than Language I. A candidate may choose any one language from among the available options while submitting the application form. The candidate has to attempt the related language applied for. The test items in Language II shall also focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities.

Mathematics and Science (for Mathematics and Science teachers)

or

Social Science (for Social Science teachers)

The questions from this section shall focus on the concepts, problem-solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of these subjects. The test items shall be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject as prescribed for classes V-VIII by SCERT, Kerala.

KTET Category 3 Syllabus 2024

The questions in the test for Category 3 will be based on the topics of the prescribed syllabus published by SCERT; Kerala for classes 9 to 12 but the difficulty level, as well as linkages, could be up to graduate level. Have a look at the detailed syllabus below:

Subject

Category 3 Syllabus

Adolescent Psychology, Theories of Learning and Teaching Aptitude

Adolescent Psychology (10 marks)

  • Adolescence

  • Problems of adolescence

  • Developmental theories

Theories of Learning (15 marks)

  • Nature and concept of Learning

  • Factors affecting learning

  • Creativity

  • Theories of learning

  • Children with special needs

Teaching Aptitude (15 marks)

  • Teaching

  • Teacher Roles

  • Methods and Techniques of Teaching

  • Classroom Management

  • Personality of the Teacher

  • Understanding teaching and learning

Language: Malayalam/ English/ Tamil/ Kannada

The test items for Language (Malayalam/ English/ Tamil/ Kannada) will focus on the proficiency related to the medium of instruction. Candidates can choose the subjects from:

  • Malayalam

  • English

  • Tamil

  • Kannada

  • Hindi

  • Arabic

  • Urdu

  • Sanskrit

  • Physical Science

  • Natural Science

  • Mathematics

  • Social Science

Subject-specific areas (Content & Pedagogy)

The test items in subject-specific areas will focus on the pedagogical understanding, concepts and ideas of the subjects concerned.

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KTET Category 4 Syllabus 2024

The questions in the test for Category 4 will be based on the topics of the prescribed syllabus published by SCERT Kerala for class 1 to 8 but the difficulty level as well linkages could be up to secondary level. Have a look at the detailed syllabus for KTET Category 4 below:

Subject

Category 4 Syllabus

Child Development, Pedagogy & Teacher Aptitude

Questions will focus on understanding the characteristics, needs and psychology of diverse learners, interaction with the learners and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.

Language: Malayalam/English/Tamil/Kannada

The test item for Language (Malayalam/ English/ Tamil/ Kannada) will focus on the proficiency related to the medium of instruction.

Subjects specific paper (Content & Pedagogy)

The test items in subject-specific areas will focus on the pedagogical understanding, concepts and problem solving abilities in these subjects. The test items shall be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject as prescribed for classes 1 to 8 by SCERT Kerala. Candidates can choose the subject from the following:

  • Hindi

  • Arabic

  • Urdu

  • Sanskrit

  • Physical Education

  • Drawing

  • Music

  • Sewing

Q:   How do I prepare for the KTET exam?

A:

Preparing for the KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test) exam requires a strategic approach and consistent effort. Here are a few tips that can help you prepare for the exam:

  • Know the syllabus: The first step in preparing for the KTET exam is to know the exam syllabus and exam pattern. This will help you understand the different topics and concepts that you need to study and prepare accordingly.
  • Create a study plan: Once you know the exam syllabus, create a study plan that covers all the topics and gives you enough time to revise and practice. Divide your study time into smaller chunks, and allocate sufficient time for each topic.
  • Study regularly: Consistency is key when it comes to preparing for any exam. Set aside a fixed time every day to study and revise, and stick to your study plan.
  • Practice previous year question papers: Solving previous year question papers and mock tests is an effective way to prepare for the exam. It will help you understand the exam pattern, types of questions asked, and improve your time management skills.
  • Revise regularly: Regular revision is important to retain the concepts and topics that you have studied. Set aside time for revision in your study plan and revise the important concepts and formulas regularly.
  • Stay updated: Stay updated with the latest news and Current Affairs related to education and teaching. This will help you answer questions related to teaching aptitude and pedagogy.
 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of the KTET exam?

A:

The marking scheme of KTET exam is as follows: - The KTET 2024 exam consists of multiple-choice questions, where each question carries one mark. - There is no negative marking for incorrect answers, which means that candidates do not lose marks for wrong answers. - The KTET exam has a total of 150 questions, and the maximum marks that can be scored are 150.

To qualify the KTET 2024 exam, candidates need to score a minimum of 60 per cent marks, which means that they need to score at least 90 marks out of 150. However, the content of the papers is different, and candidates need to appear for the paper that is relevant to their desired teaching level.

 

Q:   Which certificate should I present in the interview if I have qualified for the KTET exam twice?

A:

If the candidates has qualified for the KTET exam twice then the candidates should present the certificate which have higher marks to the interview committee for the teacher's recruitment exam. However, the candidate should mention in their resume that they have qualified for the KTET exam twice as it will help the candidates' resume to get weightage. 

 

KTET Syllabus 2024: Download PDF

Candidates can download paper-wise KTET syllabus PDF below.

Paper Name Download Syllabus PDF
KTET Category 1 Click Here
KTET Category 2 Click Here
KTET Category 3 Click Here
KTET Category 4 Click Here

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Q:   Is there any negative marking in the KTET exam?

A:

There is no negative marking in the KTET (Kerala Teacher Eigibility Test) exam. The KTET exam is conducted for four categories. All the levels of the exam consist of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and each question carries one mark. There is no negative marking for wrong answers, which means that candidates are not penalised for guessing the answer or attempting a question. However, it is important to note that candidates should try to avoid guessing and attempt only those questions for which they are confident about the answer, as it is the total number of correct answers that will determine their score and ranking in the KTET exam.

 

Q:   When will the KTET application be released?

A:

The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan (KPB) released the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) application on April 17, 2024 with the KTET notification. The candidates can apply online for the KTET exam on the official website-ktet.kerala.gov.in. The steps to apply online for the KTET exam are given below:

  • Go to the official website: ktet.kerala.gov.in
  • Click on the link available for registration
  • Click on the 'New Registration' link
  • Read the instructions and click on the three checkboxes
  • Click on the 'Click Here to New Registration' button
  • Fill all details in the KTET registration form
  • Upload scanned photo in JPG format as per the specifications 
  • Pay the KTET application fee 
  • Submit the application form 
  • Save the KTET application form
 

Q:   When will the KTET notification be released?

A:

The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan (KPB) released the notification for the KTET April session on April 16, 2024. The notification was released as a PDF that comprised the details fio the KTET exam like exam schedule, eligibility criteria, syllabus and more. The steps to download the KTET notification are given below:

  • Go to the official website: ktet.kerala.gov.in 
  • Click on the KTET notification link available on the page 
  • The KTET notification will appear on the screen
  • Download the KTET notification PDF and save it for later use
 

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Answered a month ago

The Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) exam category 4 exam pattern has been given below in the table:

Part No.

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

 1

Child Development, Pedagogy & Teacher Aptitude

30

30

 2

Language: Malayalam/English/Tamil/Kannada

40

40

 3

Subjects specific paper (Content & Pedagogy)

80

80

Total

150

150

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Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

The Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) category 3 exam pattern has been given below:

Part No.

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

 1

Adolescent Psychology, Theories of Learning and Teaching Aptitude

40

40

 2

Language: Malayalam/English/Tamil/Kannada

30

30

 3

Subject-specific areas (Content & Pedagogy)

80

80

Total

150

150

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Dewesh Nandan Prasad

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

The candidates who want to teach in the upper primary schools (Class 6 to 8) apply for the KTET Category 2 exam. the exam pattern for the KTET category 2 exam is given below:

Part No.

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

 1

Child Development and Pedagogy (relevant to age group 11-14)

30

30

(a)    For Mathematics and Science teachers: Mathematics and Science

or

(b)   For Social Science teachers: Social Science

or

(c) For any other teachers (a) or (b)

60

60

 2

Language I-Malayalam/Tamil/Kannada/English

30

30

 3

Language II- (Other than Language I) Malayalam/English

30

30

Total

150

150

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Dewesh Nandan Prasad

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

The candidates who want to teach in the classes between 1 to 5 apply for category I. The exam pattern for the KTET category I has been given below:

Part No.

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

 1

Child Development and Pedagogy (relevant to age group 6-11)

30

30

Mathematics

30

30

Environmental Studies

30

30

 2

Language I-Malayalam/ Tamil/ Kannada

30

30

 3

Language II- English/Arabic*

*for those who intend to become Arabic Teachers

30

30

Total

150

150

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Dewesh Nandan Prasad

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

No, candidates will not receive a hard copy of the KTET Admit Card by post or any other means. The KTET admit card can only be downloaded from the official website of the Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan. Once the admit card is released, candidates can download and take a printout of the admit card from the

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Answered a month ago

The candidates who have registered for the KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test) can download the KTET admit card by following the steps given below:

  • Go to the official website 
  • Click on the KTET admit card link 
  • The login page will appear on the screen
  • Fill out the login details- Application/Registrat

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Answered a month ago

The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan (KPB) releases the KTET admit card on the official website:ktet.kerala.gov.in a week before the exam date. The candidates can download the KTET admit card through the candidates' login usin the login credentials. The KTET admit card is a neccessary document which is requi

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Dewesh Nandan Prasad

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Answered a month ago

The syllabus for the KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test) Exam is revised and updated periodically by the Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan (KPB), but it does not change drastically every year. The syllabus is based on the topics covered in the primary and upper primary school curriculum, and it is designed

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Answered a month ago

After you qualify the KTET exam, you are awarded the eligibility Certificate. KTET does not guarantee any job after the candidate qualifies the exam. Though, the candidates will become eligible for the recruitment exam after qualifying for the KTET exam. The recruitment exam for recruiting teachers

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Answered a month ago

The Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) syllabus is given below:

Category I

  • Child Development and Pedagogy 
  • Language I- Malayalam/ Tamil/ Kannada
  • Language II- English/Arabic
  • Environmental Studies
  • Mathematics

Category II

  • Child Development and Pedagogy
  • Language I-Malayalam/  Tamil/ Kannada/ English
  • Language

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