Sikkim Teacher Eligibility Test is going to be conducted in upcoming weeks and aspirants are searching for the Sikkim TET 2017 Syllabus PDF in order to prepare well. So just go for the topics giving below and prepare well for the test, if any time you feel to have more information give your views below.
Sikkim TET Paper I Syllabus
All the aspirants can refer the below topics and sub topics for the exam,
STET Syllabus 2017 – Child Development and Pedagogy
Motivation and Implications for Learning, Right to Education Act 2009, Action Research, Personality, Individual Differences, Understanding diverse learners, The Role of Heredity and environment, Theories of learning and its implication, Factors Affecting Learning, Intelligence, Adjustment, Learning Difficulties, Child Development, Meaning and Concept of learning and its processes, How Children learn and think, Meaning and purposes of Assessment, Teaching learning process.
Sikkim TET 2017 Syllabus Language I
Unseen Prose Passage, Principles of Teaching English, Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluation, Development of Language Skills, Unseen Prose Passage, Teaching Learning Materials, Teaching Learning Materials, Framing Questions Including Wh-questions,.
STET 2017 Syllabus Language – II
Unseen Prose Passage, Modal Auxiliaries, Phrasal Verbs and Idioms, Principles of Teaching English, Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching, Literary Terms, Unseen Poem, Basic knowledge of English Sounds and their Phonetic Transcription, Challenges of Teaching English.
Sikkim Teacher Eligibility Test Syllabus – Mathematics
Geometry, Numbers, Shapes & Spatial Understanding, Multiplication, Decimal Fractions, Addition and Subtraction, Measurement, Data Handling, Volume, Division, Time, Weight, Money, Patterns, LCM & HCF, Pedagogical issue.
Sikkim TET 2017 Syllabus Environmental Studies
Our Surroundings, Natural Resources, Disposal of solid waste, Pollution, Transportation, communication and its development, Parts of Body (internal & external), Habitats, types, Festivals (school, family & national), Group songs, Looking after the trees, plants & animals, Health, good habits & personal hygiene, Parts of plants, Living and non-living, Days and Nights, Geographical features and changes, Local Bodies (Rural & Urban), Weather & climate, National property, Diseases, Community Buildings, Solar System, Food, resources, and care, Basic needs, Air, Water , Clothes dresses & their care, Disaster management, First Aid.
Sikkim TET Syllabus for Paper – II
Number System, Playing with Numbers, Knowing our Numbers, Negative Numbers and Integers, Whole Numbers, Cube root Profit & Loss, square root, Algebra, Fractions Exponents; surds, squares, cube, Compound Interest Discount, Ratio and Proportion, Introduction to Algebra; Algebraic identities, polynomials, Basic geometrical ideas (2-D), Quadrilateral, Constructions (using Straight edge Scale, protractor, compasses), Data handling, statistics, Geometry, Symmetry: (reflection), Understanding Elementary Shapes (2-D and 3-D), Mensurations; circle, sphere, cone, cylinder, triangles.
The structure of Atom, Metals & Nonmetals, Compounds, Soil, Carbon, The World of the Living organisms, microorganism and diseases, Acids, Change of matter, Water, Molecule, Work & Energy, Light, Magnets & magnetism, Natural Phenomena, Soun, Sources of energy, Natural Resources, Pollution, Environmental concerns; regional & national, base, Components of food, Sources of food, Materials, Cleaning food, Air, Materials of daily use, Pedagogical issues, salt, Moving Things People and Ideas, Food; production & management, The Universe, Effect of population growth & human activities in the environment, Motion, Force, Electric current and circuits, Food, Sikkim TET Syllabus for Social Studies/ Social Sciences.
Rural Life and Society, Women and reform, The Revolt of 1857-58, Contacts with Distant lands, First Farmers and Herders, Culture and Science, Architecture, Sultans of Delhi, Social Change, Creation of an Empire, The Establishment of Company Power, The Earliest Societies, the Early States, The First Cities, The First Empire, New Ideas, Political Developments, , Regional Cultures, Colonialism and Tribal Societies, New Kings and Kingdoms, The Nationalist Movement, Challenging the Caste System, India After Independence.
Globe, Planet: Earth in the solar system, transport and communication, Water, Agriculture, Air, Natural and human environment, Human Environment, settlement, Resources: Types- Natural and Human,
Social and Political Life (Civics)
Diversity, Local Government, Parliamentary Government, Government, Unpacking Gender, Social Justice and the Marginalized, State Government, Making a Living, Understanding Media, The Constitution, Democracy,The Judiciary, Pedagogical issues.