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Syllabus for REET

The Rajasthan state government is reopening schools for classes one to eight in a phased manner. Classes 6 to 8 will open first on September 20, 2021, followed by classes 1 to 5 on September 27, 2021. Teachers must be well prepared for these two days of September. Read on to find out the Syllabus for REET.

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For aspiring teachers, there is an important date in September. The Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET 2021) will be held on September 26, 2021. REET is an exam organized by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER), to identify future teachers for classes 1 to 5 (Level 1 Primary Teacher) and 6 to 8 (Level 2 Upper Primary Teachers).

Read the evaluation methodologies and outcomes. Also, read everything about the Teachers’ Eligibility Test.

In 2021, the Rajasthan state government hopes to fulfill 32,000 teacher posts. Applicants who clear the REET exam will be eligible to become teachers for classes 1 to 8 and fill some of these 32,000 seats. 

Candidates who wish to start or advance their careers as teachers of esteemed government schools must go through the syllabus for REET first. Once you know the syllabus, the historical understanding of the exam pattern will enhance your preparation and help clear the REET exam.

REET Syllabus 2021

The REET syllabus comprises a balanced mix of teaching and learning-related topics. Let’s go through the level-1 and level-2 syllabus below. 

REET Syllabus: Child Development & Pedagogy

The syllabus for REET for the topic of Child Development & Pedagogy helps future teachers understand the intricacies of children’s learning curves. It covers:

  • Motivation and Implications for Learning
  • Child Development
  • Teaching-Learning Process
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Understanding Diverse Learners
  • Individual Differences
  • Factors Affecting Learning
  • Meaning & Concept of Learning and its Processes
  • The Right to Education Act 2009
  • How Children Learn & Think
  • Theories of Learning and its Implications
  • Action Research
  • Meaning and Purposes of Assessment
  • The Role of Heredity and Environment

REET Syllabus: Environmental Studies

The REET syllabus for environmental science helps teachers understand the importance of creating a learning environment. It also outlines the approaches to presenting new concepts for the best possible teaching outcomes. Some of the concepts covered are:

  • Public Places and Institutions
  • Our Cultures and Civilization
  • Matter and Energy
  • Living Beings
  • Experimentation/Practical Work
  • Discussion
  • The Significance of Integrated & Environmental Studies
  • Approaches to Presenting Concepts
  • Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation
  • Profession
  • Transport and Communication
  • Environmental Studies and Environmental Education Learning Principles
  • Scope and Relation to Science & Social Science
  • Problems of Teaching
  • Family
  • Clothes and Habitats
  • Teaching Material/Aids
  • Activities

REET Syllabus: Mathematics and Science

The REET syllabus for mathematics and science ensures that teachers are well-versed in the essential concepts, such as:

  • Percentage
  • Living Beings
  • Indices
  • Human Body and Health
  • Animal Reproduction and Adolescence
  • Algebraic Expressions
  • Factors
  • Light & Sound
  • Solar System
  • Chemical Substances
  • Force and Motion
  • Heat
  • Plane Figures
  • Equations
  • Interest
  • Surface Area and Volume
  • Area of Plane Figures
  • Statistics
  • Graph
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Lines and Angles
  • Micro-Organisms

REET Syllabus: Social Studies

Human beings are social animals, and we must teach children about our culture, civilization, and society. The syllabus for REET in the area of social science highlights the crucial concepts of community at large and covers the following topics:

  • Indian Civilization, Culture, and Society
  • Mauryan & Gupta Empires and Post-Gupta Period
  • Pedagogical Issues-I
  • Geography and Resources of Rajasthan
  • Pedagogical Issues-II
  • Resources and Development
  • Main Components of the Earth
  • Medieval and Modern Period
  • Geography and Resources of India

REET Syllabus: English

The most widely spoken language of the world, English, is a crucial tool for our children. The REET syllabus for English, which is further divided into Paper-1 and Paper-2, outlines the critical topics of English to develop the best approaches to teaching.

English Paper-1:

  • Unseen Prose Passage
  • Framing Questions 
  • Teaching Learning Materials
  • Development of Language Skills, Teaching Learning Materials
  • Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluations

English Paper-2:

  • English Language
  • Modal Auxiliaries
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Idioms
  • Literary Terms
  • Unseen Poem
  • Principles of Teaching English
  • Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching
  • Challenges of Teaching
  • Basic Knowledge of English Sounds and their Phonetic Transcription

These topics are divided between Level-1 and Level-2. The Level-1 REET exam covers Child Development & Pedagogy, Mathematics, Language-1, Language-2, and Environmental Studies. The Level-2 REET exam additionally includes Science and Social Science.

The REET exam consists of 150 questions in each of the papers of Level-1 and Level-2. Candidates have a total of 150 minutes to solve each paper, which means that you must solve each question in under 1 minute to attempt all questions. There is no negative marking for this exam, so applicants can answer every question. 

To promote quality teaching, there is no age limit for appearing in the REET exam. Candidates must score 60% and above to be eligible for certification. Every result is valid for over seven years after the exam. 

Candidates should have graduated from a UGC-recognized institute. Here are the detailed educational qualifications for the REET exam:

  • To become a primary teacher:
    • The candidate must have passed Senior Secondary or Equivalent with equal to or more than 50% marks.
    • The candidate must appear or have passed in the final year of a 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education or appear in the last year of a 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education).
    • Graduation with appearing for or a passed certificate of 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education.
  • To become an upper primary teacher.
    • The candidate must have graduated with a minimum of 50% marks and passed or appeared in a 1-year B.Ed (Special Education).
    • Or graduation and passing or appearing in the final year of a 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education.
    • Or graduation with at least 50% marks and passing or appearing in a 1-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed.).
    • Or graduation with at least 45% marks and passing or appearing in a 1-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed.) as per the NCTE regulations.

The REET exam question paper is available in English and Hindi languages. After clearing the REET exam and with the eligibility certificate as proof, candidates can apply to teacher vacancies. 

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