BASIC SHIKSHA ADHIKARI EXAM SYLLABUS 2020:

 

Shiksha Adhikari 2020: Eligibility, Exam Pattern and Syllabus


Basic Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020: Here Is All You Should Know About The Exam And Pattern For Exam :

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Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020 is the entrance exam for aspirants to become secondary teachers in Nepal. Those who are willing to teach primary and secondary subjects in government schools. If you want to become a secondary teacher in Nepal then it is required that you take Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020 and sit for Nepali language exam to be eligible to sit for the Secondary Teacher's Eligibility Test (STET). What is STET 2019? STET 2019 is the main exam of the Government of Nepal. The main exam of the Nepali language for secondary teachers is held by the Commission. The exam will have multiple choice questions, SPM1, SPM2, and SPM3. There will be no negative marking. There is no weightage for science or math. When is the Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020?


What is Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020?

Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020 is the entrance exam for people working in the government schools to teach. Aspiring candidates can appear for the exam either as a regular government school teacher or as an associate teacher. The candidates must have passed class 10 with two languages other than the two languages they have studied in class 10. It is mandatory for the candidates to have a certificate from a recognised educational institution for teaching in Class 10. The certificate must be obtained within four years from the date of last sitting. The certificate can be obtained through a school, college or university. Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020: Exam Pattern The exam will consist of two parts.


Eligibility

Male: The candidate must have completed matriculation, not less than 12th pass, by 18 years of age and must not have taken regular examination for the post of Basic Siksha Adhikari by the result date of Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020. However, a candidate should be above 18 years on April 2, 2019. Female: The candidate must have completed matriculation, not less than 12th pass, by 18 years of age and must not have taken regular examination for the post of Basic Siksha Adhikari by the result date of Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020.


What is Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020?

The basic Siksha Adhikari Adhikari Exam 2020 is a qualifying examination to be held to fill up the posts of Basic Siksha Adhikari for UGC recognised Universities and Research Institutes. This examination will be conducted in four tiers as below: Tier I Tier II Tier III Tier IV Tier-I Tier II Tier III Tier IV This examination will be conducted in three phases: Phase-I Examination Phase-II Examination Phase-III Examination Tier-I Tier-II Tier III Tier IV Essay Questions/Problem Solving Exercises The candidates will have to answer essay and problem-solving questions. It will be held in two different languages. The candidates have to select one language from Hindi, English and regional language.


Eligibility

The age limit for eligibility of the candidate should be 18 years. The upper age limit of the candidate should not be above 55 years and minimum 10 years. There is relaxation in the upper age limit from three to six years in case of reserved category. Pay Scale The SSA adhikari exam fee is Rs 400 per candidate. The fee can be paid online through UMANG (BHIM) app. Alternatively, the fee can be paid in offline mode and candidates can take print out of the deposit slip. Exam Pattern The paper will contain two sections. The first section will have objective type questions in Bengali, Urdu and English language. The second section will be in the form of writing test. The objective type questions will be based on a prescribed chapter. The paper will be of 45 minutes duration.


Exam Pattern

A candidate appearing in the Eligibility Exam will be divided into four to eight groups, or batches. All will take a number of subjects; however, there is no quota for the groups for different subjects. There is no differentiation in the minimum number of subjects a candidate must take for different batches; however, candidates must have a minimum number of subjects that are expected to be ready for an examination within the last four years. Candidates who have not taken any subjects from the same group for last four years may choose to sit in the other group(s). Candidates in each group will take the subject(s) of their choice, and the minimum number of subjects for each group will be determined by the competent authority.


Syllabus

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