UP B.Ed Exam is the Uttar Pradesh Bachelor of Education Joint Entrance Examination short form. It is the entrance examination for admission to the B.Ed course in educational institutions in Uttar Pradesh. Examinees need to know all details about the syllabus of the UP B.Ed exam, to make sure of their success in this exam.
On the other hand, UP Super TET Exam is conducted by UP Basic Education Board to examine the eligibility of teachers to be appointed in different state-run schools. Both exams are essential for young men and women aspiring to be school teachers.
Syllabus of UP B.Ed Examination
UP BEd examination is now conducted offline, and examinees need to answer 2 question papers, each of 3 hours duration. Examinees write the 1st paper in the morning and the 2nd paper in the afternoon of the scheduled date of this examination. Each paper contains 2 sections, with 50 questions in each section. The total marks on each paper will be 200, 2 marks will be given for each correct answer, while 1/3 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
- Section B of the 1st paper consists of questions on English or Hindi language. 50 questions are asked to check the command of an examinee in his/her chosen language. Examinees can choose any of these two languages and follow the UP BEd syllabus mentioned for that specific language.
- Section A of the 1st paper consists of 50 questions on General Knowledge. This section is aimed to check the awareness of examinees in current affairs, social matters, and the surrounding environment. There are some general questions on scientific applications and some day-to-day topics that every educated person should know.
- Section A of the 2nd paper is set for the General Aptitude Test. 50 questions are set to check the capability of examinees in using numbers correctly. These questions are quite interesting, and examinees can score a lot in this section. Questions on reasoning ability, coding and decoding, mathematical puzzles, and different mathematical chapters are set in this section.
- Section B of the 2nd paper is based on the specialisation subject chosen by an examinee for this B.Ed Entrance examination. Any subject from Arts, Science, Agriculture, or Commerce stream can be chosen for the questionnaire of this section. The syllabus of +12 and graduation levels in each subject are consulted to set questions for this section.
More details of this syllabus set for the UP B.Ed. The exam can be available from the BYJU’S Exam Prep website, along with full exam details. Thus, examinees can be highly benefited by downloading the PDF file of the syllabus that will be soon released for this examination. They can also know about the reference books that can be used to prepare for this examination.
Syllabus for UP Super TET Exam
The UP Super TET Exam syllabus is decided by Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board, which conducts this examination every year to recruit principals and teachers in local schools. There will be 150 questions in 5 sections in Paper 1 of the UP Super TET question paper. These sections consist of questions on Child Psychology, Language 1 (Hindi), Language 2(any of English, Sanskrit, and Urdu), Mathematics, and Environmental Studies. The Paper 2 syllabus will be as per the subject chosen by each examinee.
- The language sections contain questions on General Knowledge, Current Affairs on national and international levels, Grammar and vocabulary. Questions on the Indian Constitution and the Olympics are also important.
- The Mathematics section contains questions on all chapters of Arithmetic, Geometry, and Algebra, usually taught at the school level. Questions on Reasoning are also included in the syllabus of this examination.
- The Environmental and Social Study section will have questions on wildlife, the solar system, the Indian economy, social communities, and marine ecology.
- The Child Psychology section includes questions on various theories on this subject and factors influencing child development.
Hence, the syllabus of UP Super TET examination is much different from the UP B.Ed syllabus. Thus, examinees need to prepare separately for these two examinations and get online syllabuses.