UPTET 2019 - U.P. Pariksha Niyamak Pradhikari has released the provisional answer key of UPTET 2019 on January 14, 2020. Candidates can raise objections on UPTET 2019 answer key from January 14 to 17. Candidates will have to upload documents in support of their objections and pay a requisite fee of Rs. 500 per question. The exam authorities will refund the objection fee to candidates with valid objections. A final UPTET answer key will be released on January 31, after the objections have been taken into consideration. UPTET was conducted on January 8, 2020, in various exam centres spread across 75 districts of Uttar Pradesh. Around 16 lakh 58 thousand applicants appeared for UPTET 2019. Earlier, the authorities had released the admit card of UPTET 2019 in online mode at updeled.gov.in on December 12. UPTET 2019 result will be declared on February 7, 2020. The Board had released the application form of UPTET 2019 on November 1 in online mode. Candidates could fill UPTET application form 2019 from till November 20, 2019. Know more about UPTET 2020 in the article below. Latest: UP TET Answer Key 2020 Available. Raise objections from January 14 to 17.
Candidates who qualify in the exam will be provided TET eligibility certificates. These certificates will be valid for a period of 5 years from the date of issuance.
Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test
Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB)
Level of examination
State Level Recruitment Test
Mode of exam
Duration of test
2 hours 30 minutes
The Board has announced the exam dates of UPTET 2019 in its notification. Candidates can check UPTET exam dates form the table below.
October 17, 2019
Application form dates
November 1 to 20, 2019
Issuance of UPTET admit card
December 12, 2019 (Released)
UPTET 2019 exam date
December 22, 2019 (Postponed)
January 8, 2020 (New Date)
Provisional answer key
January 14, 2020 (Released)
February 7, 2020
The exam board has released the provisional answer key on January 14, 2020, in online mode. Candidates can raise objections on the tentative answer key from January 14 to 17. The final UPTET 2019 answer key will be released by the exam authorities on January 31. The answer key is published separately for the two papers – Paper 1 and 2. With the help of the answer key, candidates can check the number of correct and incorrect answers marked by them in the test. Based on the number of right and wrong responses, candidates can calculate their probable scores in the test. UPTET answer key 2019 is available for all sets of the question paper.
Candidates can download the questions papers of UPTET 2019 now that the exam has been conducted. Candidates can make use of previous years’ UPTET question papers to prepare better for future examinations. Solving UPTET question papers will help candidates understand the difficulty level of the exam and the type of questions that appear in the exam. Candidates can time themselves while solving UPTET question papers to gain speed and accuracy. Using question papers and sample papers for practice is also a great way to identify the topics that the candidates find difficult.
UPBEB has issued the admit card of UPTET 2019 in the online mode. UPTET admit card 2019 is released prior to the commencement of the exam. The admit card is issued to candidates who have applied successfully for the exam. The hall ticket contains details pertaining to the exam such as the name of candidate, roll number, date, time and venue of the examination, exam day guidelines, and more. The steps to download the admit card are given below.
Steps to download UPTET admit card 2019
Candidates can fill the application form of UPTET 2019 in online mode from November 1 to 20. After filling the application form, candidates have to pay the application fee. The fee for general and OBC category candidates is Rs. 600 while SC/ST candidates have to pay Rs. 400 as an application fee. The steps to fill the application form have been provided below.
Stages of UPTET Application Form
The eligibility criteria of the examination have been provided below for the convenience of candidates.
Nationality: Candidates should be citizens of India to be eligible for the exam
Age Limit: Candidates between 18 and 35 years of age are eligible to appear for the exam. However, candidates belonging to reserved categories can avail age relaxation. The age relaxation provided to candidates from reserved categories is as follows.
18 - 38 years
18 - 40 years
18 - 45 years
Educational Qualification: Candidates must possess a graduation degree in specific fields with a minimum of 50%.
UPTET 2019 exam will be conducted in various districts of Uttar Pradesh. Candidates will be allotted exam centres on the basis of districts selected by candidates during the time of registration. Some of the important districts of the exam are given in the table below.
Gautam Budh Nagar
The exam pattern contains information pertaining to the examination including subjects, units, topics, total number of questions, sectional division of marks, weightage, duration, etc. As per UPTET exam pattern 2019, the exam comprises two papers, Paper 1 and 2. The exam will be conducted offline. Candidates who have applied for primary classes, i.e. Class 1 to 5 should attempt Paper 1 while candidates who have opted for upper primary classes (Class 6 to 8) have to appear for Paper 2. Both papers will contain a total 150 of questions. Each question carries 1 mark. Negative marking is inapplicable for the test and no marks will be deducted for incorrect answers. Questions asked in the exam will be objective type and the candidates will be allotted 2 hours 30 minutes to complete the test. The exam pattern of Paper 1 and 2 are given below.
Child Development & Methodology & Pedagogy
Language 1 (Hindi)
Language 2 (English/Sanskrit/Urdu)
UPTET 2019 Exam Pattern - Paper 2
Child Development, learning & Pedagogy (compulsory)
Mathematics and Science
Candidates appearing for UPTET 2019 must be familiar with the syllabus of the exam. The syllabus includes subjects and topics required for the test. The detailed syllabus of UPTET 2019 for both Paper 1 and 2 has been provided in the table below.
Child Development, Methodology and Pedagogy
Unit 1: Child Development
Concept of growth and development
Role of Heredity and Environment
Factors affecting development (in context of family and school) and its relationship with learning
Unit 2: Learning
Meaning and concept of learning and its processes
Theories of learning and its implication, Factors affecting learning
Motivation and Implication of learning
How children learn and think
Understanding individual differences on the basis of language, gender, community, caste and religion
Unit 3: Personality
Concept and types of personalities
Factors responsible for shaping it
Intelligence – Multidimensional intelligence; concept, theories and its measurement
Unit 4: Understanding diverse learners
Learning difficulties and adjustment – concept and ways of adjustment
Role of teacher in adjustment
Teaching – Teaching-learning process, teaching-learning strategies and methods
Unit 5: Assessment and Evaluation
Meaning and purposes of assessment
Action Research Right to Education Act, 2009 (Role and Responsibilities of Teachers)
Measurement and Evaluation Constriction of Achievement Test
One Word Substitution
Unseen Prose Passage
Parts of Speech
Change of Degrees
Active and Passive Voice
Knowledge of English Sounds
Methods and Approaches to English Language Teaching
Principles of Teaching English
Multimedia Materials and other resources
Learning Materials including Textbooks
Development of Language Skills Teaching
English Preparation Tips Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation
Evaluation of Language Proficiency
Grammar Inference Acquisition and Learning
Listening Role and Speaking
Principles of Language Teaching
Reading Unseen Passages
Teaching Challenges in Classroom
Material of Teaching-learning Language Skills
Remedial Teaching to Evaluate Proficiency in Language Comprehension
Critical aspect of grammar
Ratio and Proportion
Surface Area and Volume
Lines and Angles
Area of Place Figures
Statistics - Graph
Place of Mathematics
Community of Mathematics
Language of Mathematics
Nature of Mathematics
Problem of Teaching
Clothes and Habitats: Clothes for various seasons, habitats of living beings, handloom and power loom, maintenance of clothes at home, various types of houses, types of materials for building houses, cleanliness of houses and neighbouring areas
Profession: Profession of your surroundings (stitching clothes, gardening, animal rearing, farming, vegetable vendor etc.), need for consumer protection, small and cottage industries, major industries of the State, co-operative societies.
Family: Family personal relationships, social and economic bad effects, social abuses (child marriage, dowry system, child labour, theft) nuclear and joint families, addiction (intoxication, smoking)
Our Culture and Civilization: Tourist places and great personalities of the State, fairs and festivals, dresses, food-habits and art and craft of the state, national festivals
Public Places and Institutions: Public places, employment policies, general information about Panchayat, Legislative Assembly and Parliament, wastage of electricity and water.
Transport and Communication: Rules for pedestrians and transport, effects of means of communication on the lifestyle, means of transport and communication
Living Beings: Levels of organisation of plants and animals, state flower, state tree, state bird, state animal, diversity of living organisms, knowledge of Kharif and Rabi crops, knowledge of reserve forest and wildlife, conservation of species of plants and animals,
Personal Hygiene: Balanced diet and its importance, external parts of our body and their cleanliness, general information about the internal parts of the body, common diseases (gastroenteritis, amoebiasis, anaemia, fluorosis, malaria, dengue), their causes and methods of prevention, Pulse Polio Campaign
Weather and Climate: Basic knowledge of air, water, forest, wetlands and deserts, renewable and non-renewable resources of energy in the state and concept of their conservation, different kind of pollution, weather and climate, water cycle
Matter and Energy: Common properties of substances (colour, state, ductility, solubility) various types of fuels, applications of energy in daily life, sources of light, types of energy and transformation of one form into another, common properties of light
Concept and Scope of Environment Studies: Significance of Environment Studies, Integrated Environment Studies, Scope and relation to Science & Social Science, Environmental Studies & Environmental Education learning Principles, Approaches to present concepts
Activities: Comprehensive and continuous evaluation, teaching material/aides, problems of teaching, experimentation/practical work discussion
Child Development and Pedagogy
Child Development (Elementary School Child)
Concept of inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
Learning and Pedagogy
Pedagogy of Language Development
Comprehension Pedagogy of Language Development
Teaching Challenges in the Classroom
Material of teaching-learning language Skills
Critical Aspect of Grammar
Human Body and Health
Micro-Organism Living Beings
Force and Motion
Light, Heat and Sound
Science and Technology
Structure of Matter
Understanding the Method of Teaching Science Nature and Structure of Science, Natural Science
Innovation Text Material/Aids, Remedial Teaching, Evaluation Problems
Social Studies/Social Science
Unit 1: History
First Farmers and Herders
Contacts with Distant Lands
Culture and Science
Sultans of Delhi
Creation of an Empire
New Kings and Kingdoms
Establishment of Company Power
Rural Life and Society
Colonialism and Tribal Societies
Women and reform
Revolt of 1857 – 58
Challenging Caste System
India After Independence
Geography as Social Study and Science
Environment in its totality
Natural and Human Environment
Planet Earth in the Solar System
Air and Water
Transport and Communication
Resource Types: Natural, Human and Agriculture
Unit 3: Social and Political Science
State and Local Government
Social Justice and Marginalized
Unit4: Pedagogical Issues
Concept and Nature of Social Science/Social Studies
Developing Critical Thinking
Activities and Discourse
Problems of Teaching Social Science/Social Studies
Sources: Primary and Secondary
The result of UPTET will be announced tentatively in third week of January 2020. To check UPTET result 2019, candidates will have to enter roll number in the login window. UPBEB will declare the result of the exam in December 2019. The result will contain information such as the name of the candidate, roll number, marks scored in the exam, qualifying status, etc. Candidates qualifying the exam stage will be provided an Eligibility Certificate.
The cut off is the minimum marks that candidates must secure in UPTET 2019 to qualify the examination. Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB) will prescribe the qualifying cut off for the exam along with the notification. Candidates securing the minimum qualifying cut off in the exam will be issued UPTET Eligibility Certificate which makes them eligible to apply as teachers in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The qualifying cut off of the exam has been provided in the table below.
UPTET 2019 – Qualifying Cutoff
UPBEB conducts the examination in a single stage. Candidates having applied for primary classes (Class 1 to 5) have to appear in Paper 1 while candidates who have opted for upper primary classes (Class 6 to 8) will need to attempt Paper 2. Candidates securing the qualifying cut off in the exam or more will be issued eligibility certificate on the basis of which they can apply for the position of teacher in various schools of UP.
Candidates qualifying written exam are given UPTET eligibility certificates. The eligibility certificate is valid for 5 years. Candidates having received the eligibility certificate can apply for a teaching post in the schools of Uttar Pradesh. Qualified candidates can collect the eligibility certificates at the District Education Board and candidates have to submit their UPTET admit card and photo-identity proof to avail the same.
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Super TET Exam is the 2nd level of Exam after qualifying State level TET/ CTET exam. In this paper there are 2 papers: Paper 1 is meant for teachers opting for class 1 to class 5 and Paper 2 is meant for teachers opting for class 6 to class 8.Aspirants who successfully clear their UPTET or CTET exam can apply for the Super TET exam. The exam is mandatory for teaching jobs in Government as well as Private class 1 to class 8. The exam is conducted in order to fulfill and achieve the goals of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act.
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