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Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Exam Pattern for TGT,PGT,SGT posts Syllabus Download

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Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Recruitment 2013 Exam Pattern Download subject wise at http://kvsangathan.nic.in/...
KVS PGT, TGT, MISC. teaching posts scheme of examination:
KVS PGT Posts pattern of Exam: For the post of Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs) as follows below
 Part I will comprise of 40 multiple choice questions in English and Hindi subjects carrying 20 marks each (total 40 marks).

Part II will consist of 160 multiple type questions of 1 mark each comprising Current Affairs (20), Reasoning and Numerical Ability (20), Teaching Methodology (20) and the subject concerned (100) questions.

The test will be of 03 hours duration. The Part II of the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies Part I securing 5 marks each in English & Hindi subjects and 13 marks in aggregate in English and Hindi. The final merit will be based on the performance of the candidate in written test (Part II) and interview. The weightage of written test (Part II) and interview will be 70:30 ratios.

KVS TGT posts Exam pattern: For the post of TGT (P&HE, WE, AE) and Librarian as follows
 Part I will consist of 40 multiple objective type questions in the subjects English and Hindi carrying 1 mark each. Part II will consist of 160 multiple type objective questions carrying 1 mark each comprising of Current Affairs (30), Reasoning and Numerical Ability (30) and concerned subject (100) questions.  The test will be of 03 hours duration.

The Part II of the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies Part I securing 5 marks each in English & Hindi subjects and 13 marks in aggregate in English and Hindi subjects. The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidate in written test (Part II) and interview. The weightage of written test (Part II) and interview will be 70:30. Download KVS Admit Card 

KVS TGT Posts Exam Pattern:
For the posts of TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHERs (English, Hindi, Maths, Sanskrit, Science and Social Studies) and PRIMARY TEACHERS as follows
Part I of the question paper will consist of 30 multiple choice objective questions in English (15) and Hindi (15) questions carrying 1 mark each. Part II will consist of 120 multiple choice objective questions carrying 1 mark each comprising of Current Affairs (40), Reasoning Ability (40) and Teaching Methodology (40). The total duration of test for the posts of TGTs and Primary Teachers will two and a half hours each.

Part II of the question paper of the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies in part I securing 4 marks each in English and Hindi subjects and 10 marks in aggregate. The final merit will be based on the combined performance in the written test and interview and the weightage will be 70:30.

The KVS has decided that only CTET Paper-I (for classes I to V) and Paper-II (for classes VI to VIII) pass candidates should be allowed to apply as per the recruitment rules.

KVS PRT Exam pattern:  For the post of PRT (Music) as follows below
 Part I of the question paper will consist of 30 multiple choice questions in the subjects English (15) and Hindi (15) carrying 1 mark each. Part II of the question paper will consist of 120 multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each in Current Affairs (30), Reasoning Ability (30) and Subject Related Questions (Musicology) (60) questions. The paper will be of two and a half hours duration.

 Part II of the question paper of the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies in part I securing 4 marks each in English and Hindi subjects and 10 marks in aggregate. For preparation of the final merit, the weighted evaluation scheme shall be Written Test 50%, Performance Test 30% and Interview 20%.

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Exam TGT,PGT,SGT posts Syllabus Download- KVS Recruitment 2013 Syllabus Download 





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