The exam is conducted for three levels of the teacher which is: level 1 (primary teacher), level 2 (trained graduate teacher), level 3 (postgraduate teacher).

HTET 2020 Exam Pattern & Syllabus for Level 1:

  • Only one paper will be conducted for level 1.
  • The examination will be objective-based (multiple choice)
  • The Exam Time duration will be 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • One mark for each right answer and negative marking will not be considered
  • The syllabus for the test will be based on the prescribed topic of the syllabus from class 1-5.
  • Pedagogy & Child Development: – 30 MCQs – 30 Marks
  • Languages(English 15 MCQs & Hindi 150 MCS) 30 MCQs – 30 Marks
  • General Studies(Quantitative Aptitude 10 MCQs, Reasoning Ability 10 MCQs and Haryana G.K and Awareness 10 MCQs) – 30 MCQs – 30 Marks
  • Subject Specified as opted– 60 MCQs – 60 Marks
  • Total– 150 marks

Exam Pattern & Syllabus Level 2:

  • There will be one paper for level 2.
  • Exam Time will be 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • The examination will be objective-based (multiple choice)
  • One mark for each correct answer.
  • The question will be based on the syllabus on the topic of the school of a board of education Haryana for class 6-8.
  • Pedagogy and Child Development: 30 questions for 30 marks
  • Languages: (English 15 MCQs & Hindi 150 MCS), 30 questions for 30 marks
  • General Studies: (10 questions for Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability 10 questions, and Haryana G.K and Awareness, 10 questions), 30 questions for 30 marks
  • Subject Specified: 60 questions for 60 Marks

HTET Syllabus 2021 for Level 3:

  • There will be one paper for level 3 as well
  • Exam Time will be 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • The examination will be objective-based (multiple choice)
  • One mark for each correct answer.
  • The question will be based on the syllabus on the topic of the school of a board of education Haryana for class 9-12.
  • Pedagogy & Child Development: 30 questions for 30 marks
  • Languages: (English 15 MCQs & Hindi 150 MCS), 30 questions for 30 marks
  • General Studies: (10 questions for Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability 10 questions, and Haryana G.K and Awareness 10 questions), 30 questions for 30 marks
  • Subject Specified: 60 questions for 60 Marks

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