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TS EDCET 2017 PATTERN & SYLLABUS

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TS EDCET 2017 Pattern and Syllabus

TS EDCET is a common entrance examination conducted by the Government of Telangana for admission to B. Ed courses in various colleges. TS EDCET question paper consists of 150 Questions in total.

  • Examination is held once every year for admission to various B/ Ed courses.
  • There are 3 parts in which are General English, Teaching Aptitude+ General Knowledge, and Methodology which comprises of 25, 25, and, 100 marks respectively.
  • Questions are Objective Type MCQ based.
  • 1 mark is given for every correct answer while no negative marking is done for a wrong or unanswered question.
  • The syllabus comprises of general questions from the topics which are usually a 10+2 level or B.A degree level.
  • Telangana State Education Common Entrance test is conducted by Convener, TS EDCET 2017, Osmania University Hyderabad on behalf of Telangana State Council of Higher Education on July 16, 2017.
Exam ModeOffline
Number of Paper1
Number of Sections3 (General English, General Knowledge and Teaching Aptitude, and Methodology.)
Question Paper typeMCQ based Objective type questions.
TS EDCET 2017 total marks150 Marks
Exam Duration2 Hours
Exam LanguageEnglish

TS EDCET 2017 Exam Pattern

TS EDCET 2017 consists of 3 parts namely General English, General Knowledge and Teaching Aptitude and Methodology. There are total 150 Questions of objective type answers. 

1. Part A-

  • Consists of two sub-parts- General English+ General Knowledge
  • 1st sub-part consists of 25 marks and the second is of 15 marks which make it a total of 40 marks

2. Part B-

  • Consists of 2 parts- General Knowledge+ Teaching aptitude.
  • 1st sub-part is of 15 marks and the second part is of 10 marks.

3. Part C-

  • 3rd part consists of methodology which is sub divided into various parts. Candidates can choose from the given options according to their preference.
  • 1st sub-part comprises mathematics which comprises 100 questions and is of 100 marks.
  • 2nd sub-part is of physical science which consists of 50+50 questions and comprises 100 marks.
  • 3rd sub-part is of biological science which comprises 50+50 questions and 100 marks.
  • 4th sub-part is of social studies and is divided into 35+30+15+20 that makes a total of 100 marks
  • 5th sub-part is English which has 100 questions for 100 marks.

TS EDCET 2017 Marking Scheme

TS EDCET question paper consists of 3 parts consisting 150 questions in total. MCQ based objective type questions are asked in all the sections.

  • Each correct answer will be awarded for 1 mark. No negative marking is done for any answer attempted wrong or left unanswered.
  • Duration of the exam 2 hours and no extra time will be given to any candidate under any circumstances. General English, General Knowledge + Teaching Aptitude, and Methodology are 3 parts that a candidate has to attend.
  • Candidates have to choose any one of the following subjects from the methodology section of the question paper in accordance with their interests.
  • Part-C consists of 5 sections, all the sections have different marking scheme-
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Science
  • Biological science
  • social Studies
  • English
PartSubjectDivisionQuestionsMarks
Part AGeneral English-2525
Part BGeneral Knowledge-1515
Teaching Aptitude -1010
Part C
  1. Mathematics
-100100
  1. Physical science
  1. Physics
  2. Chemistry
50 5050 50
  1. Biological Science
  1. Botany
  2.  Zoology
50 5050 50
  1. Social Studies
  1. Geography
  2. History
  3. Civics
  4. Economics
35 30 15 2035 30 15 20
  1. English
 100100

TS EDCET 2017 Exam Syllabus

Questions are designed to test the ability of the candidate’s application to the society and experience in their scientific outlook. The following topics are asked in the TS EDCET question paper-

General EnglishReading Comprehension
Correction of Sentences
Articles
Prepositions
Tenses
Spelling
Voice
Vocabulary
Synonyms
Antonyms
Transformation of Sentences- Simple, Compound, and Complex
Direct speech and Indirect speech
General Knowledge and Teaching AptitudeGeneral Knowledge questions relating to India and Its neighboring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Ecology, Economics, General Policy, and Scientific Research. 
Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of day to day observations
Experience in a candidate’s scientific outlook as is expected of an educated person.
Questions to test the ability of a candidate’s general knowledge of the environment around him and its application.
One who has the characteristics like ability to communicate, deal with children, ability to recognize individual differences etc., to become an able teacher, questions relating to these aspects will be included and the test in one’s TEACHING APTITUDE.
Mathematics (Methodology)Differential Equations
Solid Geometry
Groups and Rings
Real analysis
Linear Algebra
Multiple Integrals and Vector Calculus
Physics (Methodology)Vector Analysis
Mechanics and particles
Mechanics and Rigid Bodies
Central Forces
Fundamentals of Vibration
Damped and forced oscillation
Vibrating Strings
Kinetic Theory of Gases
Thermodynamics
Quantum Theory of Radiation
Statistical Thermodynamics
Interference
Diffraction
Polarization and Double Effraction
Laser Fiber Optics and Holography
Electrostatics
Dielectrics
Capacitance
Magneto statistics
Moving charge in electro and magnetic field
Electromagnetic Induction
Varying and Alternative Currents
Maxwell’s equations and Electro Magnetic Waves
Basic Electronics
Digital Principles
Quantum Mechanics
Nuclear Physics
Solid State Physics
Chemistry (Methodology)Atomic structure and Elementary Quantum Mechanics
Chemical Bonding
Periodic Properties
s-block and p-block elements
d-block elements
f-block elements
Metals
Co-ordination Compounds
Hard and Soft Acid bases
Stereochemistry of Carbon Compounds
Structural Theory in Organic Chemistry
Acyclic Hydrocarbons
Benzene and its Reactivity
Areness and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
Hydroxy Compounds
Carbonyl Compounds
Nitrogen Compounds
Hydrocyclic Compounds
Carbohydrates
Amino Acids and Proteins
Gaseous State
Liquid State
Solid State
Dilute solutions and Colligative Properties
Colloids and Surface Chemistry
Solutions
Chemical Kinetics
Thermodynamics
Botany (Methodology)Branches of Botany
Classification of Plant Kingdom
Microbiology
Cell Biology
Tissue Organization and Growth
Physiology
Plant Reproduction
Plant Resources and their Utilization
Zoology (Methodology)Protozoa to Annelid
Arthropod to hemicordata
Cell Biology
Bio-molecules of the Cell
Protochordata to Amphibia
Reptilia to Mammalian
Embryology
Ecology and Zoogeography
Physiology of Digestion
Physiology of Excretion
Physiology of Respiration
Physiology of Circulation
Physiology of Muscle Contraction
Physiology of Nerve impulse
Physiology of Endocrine System
Physiology of Homeostasis
Genetics
Organic Evolution
Fisheries and Aquaculture
Clinical Science
Animal Biotechnology
History (Methodology)History of India up to 1526 AD
History of India-Later Medieval Period
Modern India
History of Modern World
History and Culture of Telangana
Civics (Methodology)Political Science-Concepts and theories
Public Administration- Concepts and Theories
Indian Government and Politics
Public Administration in India
Geography (Methodology)Principles of Physical Geography
Social and Economic Geography
Regional Geography of India
Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System
Economics (Methodology)Micro-Macro, Static-Dynamic, Normative and Positive Economics.
Cardinal and Ordinal Approaches, and Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility
Law of Variable Proportion and returns to scale
Different concepts of cost and their inter-relation
Concepts of National Income, Consumption, Investment, and Business cycles.
Meaning of Economic Development, and measures of Economics
Sources of Public Revenue
Taxes/VAT finance commission
Canons and Effects of Public Expenditure
Functions and Classification of Money
Budgets and Money Supply
Functions of Commercial and Reserve Banks
Method of Credit Control
Importance of Agriculture in the Indian Economy
Population growth in India
Regional Disparities
Mixed Economy-Characteristics, Features
Concept of Poverty
Types of Unemployment
Objective of Planning in India
Importance of Infrastructure
Social Structure
Organized and Unorganized sectors
International Trade
Economic Reforms
English (Methodology)Language and Literature
Forms of Poetry
Elements of Drama
Elements of Poetry
Elements of Fiction
Poetry from Elizabethan age to the pre-romantic era 
Development of 16th and 17th century British Drama
Prose- Origin, and Development of the Essay
Fiction origin and development of the Novel
Origin and growth of English Literature
Poetry
Drama
Fiction
Prose

*Topics for Poetry, Drama, Fiction and Prose will be provided by the university.


TS EDCET 2017 Important Books

There are a set of books which the students require to study for the entrance examination. Following is the list of those books-

SubjectBook NameAuthor
MethodologyB. Ed SocialTM Books
B. Ed PhysicsTM Books
B. Ed MathTM Books
B. Ed BiologyTM Books
B. Ed EnglishEM Books
B. Ed HindiHM Books
B. Ed TeluguTM Books
EDCET Biological Science-
EDCET Part A-
EDCET Part B-

TS EDCET 2017 Important Instructions

TS EDCET Exam has some important instructions to be followed while giving the examination. Here are some important instructions are given by the Conducting Body Officials to be followed-

  • Separate optical mark reader answer sheet is supplied with the question paper to the candidates.
  • Use Black/Blue Ball Point Pen only for filling the following information-
  • Hall Ticket Number in the space provided on the question paper.
  • Question paper Booklet S. No, and Booklet Code
  • If there are any defects in the OMR sheet or question paper, immediately ask the invigilator to change it with the same booklet code.
  • Use of calculators, mathematical tools, log books, pagers, cell phones or any other electronic device is strictly prohibited.
  • Use only H.B pencil to darken the appropriate circle corresponding to HT number, Booklet etc. on the OMR sheet.
  • Darken the appropriate circle in the OMR sheet corresponding to the correct answer to the concerned question number with an HB pencil only. If you wish to change the answer, erase the answer and fill the correct circle.
  • Darkening of more than one circle will be considered invalid automatically.
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