TS EdCET 2023 Syllabus: Download Subject-wise Syllabus PDF Here

Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test 2022 ( TSEdCET )


Registration: 7 Mar '23 - 20 Apr '23

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Updated on Mar 27, 2023 18:38 IST

Osmania University prescribes an elaborated TSEdCET syllabus for all parts of the exam each year. The official syllabus for TSEdCET is yet to be released for this session. The following article has the prescribed syllabus for the reference of candidates. Candidates are recommended to go through each topic of the TSEdCET syllabus thoroughly in order to perform well in the teaching entrance exam.

Osmania University has released the TSEdCET 2023 complete examination schedule. TS EdCET 2023 exam date is May 18. The exam will be held in online mode. Last year, the exam was conducted across 19 Regional Online Test Centers in Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh. Check TSEdCET exam pattern

TSEdCET Syllabus for Part-A (General English)

Topics from which questions are typically asked in part-A of TSEdCET exam are:

Reading Comprehension

Correction of Sentences, Articles, Prepositions, Tenses, Spelling, Voice

Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms

Transformation of Sentences –Simple, Compound and Complex. Direct Speech and Indirect Speech

TSEdCET Syllabus for Part-B (General Knowledge & Teaching Aptitude)

Topics from which questions are typically asked in part-B of TSEdCET exam are:

General knowledge of the environment around a candidate and its application to society

Knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience in a candidate’s scientific outlook as is expected of an educated person

Questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Ecology, Economics, General Policy and Scientific Research

Teaching requires certain characteristics like the ability to communicate, ability to deal with Children, ability to recognize individual differences etc., apart from analytical thinking and general intelligence. One who has these characteristics will be able to become a good teacher after training. Questions relating to these aspects will be included to test one‘s teaching aptitude.

TSEdCET Syllabus for Part-C (Mathematics)

Topics from which questions are typically asked in Part-C (Mathematics) of TSEdCET exam are:

Differential calculus

Differential equations

Real analysis


Linear algebra

Numerical analysis

TSEdCET Syllabus for Part-C (Physical Sciences)

The Physical Sciences part is further divided into two subjects: Physics and Chemistry. Given below is the syllabus for both subjects.

TSEdCET syllabus for Physics

Vector Analysis

Mechanics of Particles

Mechanics of rigid bodies

Central forces

Special theory of relativity

Fundamentals of vibrations

Damped and forced oscillations

Vibrating strings

Vibrations of bars

Kinetic theory of gases


Thermodynamic potentials and Maxwell’s equations

Low-temperature Physics

Quantum theory of radiation

Statistical mechanics




Aberrations and fibre optics



Electromagnetic induction

Electromagnetic waves

Atomic spectra and models inadequacy of classical Physics

Basic electronics

Digital principles

Quantum mechanics

Nuclear Physics

Solid-state Physics


TSEdCET Syllabus for Chemistry

Atomic structure and elementary quantum mechanics

Chemical bonding

Periodic properties

s-block and p-block element


f-block element


Co-ordination chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Stereochemistry of carbon compounds

Structural Theory in Organic Chemistry

Acyclic Hydrocarbons

Benzene and its reactivity

Arenes and Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Heterocyclic Compounds


Amino acids and proteins

Physical Chemistry

Gaseous State

Liquid State

Solid state

Dilute Solutions & Colligative Properties

Colloids& surface chemistry


Chemical Kinetics


Electrochemistry & EMF


General Chemistry

Molecular spectroscopy

Rotational spectroscopy (Microwave spectroscopy)

Infra red spectroscopy

Electronic spectroscopy



TSEdCET Syllabus for Part-C (Biological Sciences)

The Biological Sciences part is further divided into two subjects: Botany and Zoology. Given below is the syllabus for both the subjects.

TSEdCET Syllabus for Botany

Microbial Diversity of Lower Plants

Bryophytes, Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms

Taxonomy of Angiosperms and Medicinal Botany

Plant Anatomy & Embryology

Cell Biology and Genetics

Plant Physiology

TSEdCET Syllabus for Zoology

Animal Diversity - Invertebrate

Ecology, Zoogeography and Animal Behavior

Animal Diversity- Vertebrates and Developmental Biology

Cell Biology, Genetics & Evolution

Physiology and Biochemistry

Immunology and Animal Biotechnology

TSEdCET Syllabus for Part-C (Social Studies)

The Social Studies part is further divided into four subjects: Geography, History, Civics and Economics. Given below is the syllabus for all the subjects.

TSEdCET Syllabus for Geography

Principles of Physical Geography

Social and Economic Geography

Regional Geography of India

Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

TSEdCET Syllabus for History

History of India (From Earliest Times to c.700 CE)

History of India (c.700-1526 CE)

History of India (1526-1857 CE)

History of India (1858-1964 CE)

World History (1453-1815 CE)

World History (1815-1950 CE)

TSEdCET Syllabus for Civics

Political Science - Concepts and Theories

Indian Government and Politics

International Relations

Public Administration - Concepts and Theories

Public Administration in India


TSEdCET Syllabus for Economics

Definitions of economics, micro and macroeconomics, normative and positive economics, static, dynamic, inductive and deductive approaches, partial and general equilibrium

Cardinal and ordinal utility approaches

Law of variable proportions

Cost concepts; cost-output relationship; economies of scale

Markets: Perfect competition, monopoly and oligopoly (Kinky demand)

Factor pricing: Marginal productivity theory, Ricardo's rent theory and loanable funds theory of interest rate

Concepts of national income, Methods of National Income and business cycles

Economic growth and development; measures of economic development: PQLI, HDI and GDI

Concepts of balanced and unbalanced growth

Sources of public revenue: Tax and non-tax revenue; Direct and indirect taxes; Concept of GST; 14th Finance Commission

Budget and concept of budget deficits, FRBM Act

Canons of good taxation; Effects of public expenditure

Classification and Functions of money; Functions of commercial banks

Functions and credit control methods of RBI; concept of demonetization

Agriculture, Industry, Service sector

Population growth- causes and problems of overpopulation; Poverty, unemployment

LPG Policy; NITI Aayog

Social sector: Health and education in India

Concepts of Balance of trade, the balance of payments, Devaluation


TSEdCET Syllabus for Part-C (English)

Topics from which questions are typically asked in Part-C (English) of TSEdCET exam are:

History of the English Language

The Structure of English Language

Figures of Speech

Literary movements

Elements of literature

English Poetry

English Drama

English Fiction

Modern Indian Literature

American Literature

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