About REET 2019

The notification of REET is released by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan for all those candidates who aspire to become a teacher from class I to VIII. All the eligible candidates can apply for REET. The eligibility criteria of REET is different for both the papers.  As per the notification, the exam is conducted for two papers - paper I (class I to V) and paper II (class VI to VIII) in offline mode for 2 hours and 30 minutes. In order to qualify the exam, General candidates are required to score at least 60% marks whereas SC/ST candidates have to secure 36% marks. All the candidates who will qualify the exam will be awarded eligibility certificate (valid for 3 years) and they will be able to apply in government schools or private schools of Rajasthan.

Languages English, Hindi
Conducting Body: Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan
REET Paper 1 - Duration 2 Hours 30 Minutes +1 More

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REET 2019 Important Dates

Upcoming Dates and Events

21 Dec, 2019 (Tentative)

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REET 2019 Eligibility Criteria

REET Paper 1 Eligibility Criteria

REET Paper I - Class I to V

Class 

Educational Qualification

I to V

  • Candidates must have a graduation degree or they are appearing in the final year of two years of Diploma in Elementary Education

  • Or, they must have secured 50% marks in Senior Secondary or its equivalent and also they must have passed/appearing  in the final year of two years of Diploma in Elementary Education

  • Or, candidates must have passed or appearing in final year of four years of Bachelor’s of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) and must have scored a minimum of 50% in Senior Secondary or its equivalent 

  • Or, Or, they must have scored minimum of 45% marks in Senior Secondary or its equivalent and also they must have passed/appearing in the final year of two years of Diploma in Elementary Education recognized by NCTE

  • Or, they must have secured 50% marks in Senior Secondary or its equivalent and also they must have passed/appearing  in the final year of two years of Diploma in Education

REET Paper 2 Eligibility Criteria

Class 

Educational Qualification

VI to VIII

  • Candidates must have a bachelors degree with at least 50% marks and must have passed or appearing in one year of B.Ed (Special Education)

  • Or, candidates must have a bachelors degree with at least 45% marks and one year of B.Ed and must have passed or appearing in final two years of bachelors in Education recognized by NCTE 

  • Or, they must have secured 50% marks in Senior Secondary or its equivalent and also they must have passed/appearing in final year of four years of B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed./B.Sc.Ed

  • Or, they must have secured 50% marks in Senior Secondary or its equivalent and also they must have passed/appearing in final year of four years of Bachelors in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed)

  • Or, candidates must have completed their graduation and passed or appearing in final two years of Diploma in Elementary Education

  • Or, they should have passed graduation with 50% marks and one year of B.Ed. and passed or appearing in final year of two years of Bachelors in Education (B.Ed.)

REET 2019 Application Process

The application form of REET will be available in online mode. Candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria of REET before filling the online application form in order to avoid rejection at any later stage. To fill the application form, candidates are required to enter their name, father’s name, mother’s name and then they have to pay the application fee of REET by using Debit Card or Bank Challan. To proceed further, candidates have to wait until the verification of the application fees. Once the verification is completed, they can fill and submit the application form of REET. Before final submission, candidates will be given a provision to go through the whole application form in order to avoid any kind of mistakes. After final submission, they will not be able to change or make any correction in their application form. Candidates must also take a printout of the REET application form for future reference.

Application Fees

Paper 

Application Fees

Paper I

550

Paper II

550

For both the papers

750

REET Paper 1 Application Details

Mode of Application : Online and Offline

Mode of Payment : Debit Card | Bank Challan

REET Paper 2 Application Details

Mode of Application : Online and Offline

Mode of Payment : Debit Card | Bank Challan

REET 2019 Syllabus

REET Paper 1 Syllabus

Child development and pedagogy
Child development
Role of Heredity and Environment
Meaning and Concept of learning and its processes
Theories of learning and its implication
How children learn and think
Motivation and implications for learning
Individual differences
Personality
Intelligence
Understanding diverse learners
Learning Difficulties
Adjustment
Teaching learning process, teaching learning strategies and methods in the context of national curriculum framework 2005
Meaning and purposes of assessment, measurement and evaluation, comprehensive and Continuous evaluation. Construction of achievement test.
Action Research
Right to Education Act 2009 (Role and Responsibilities of Teachers)
Environment Studies
Family
Clothes and habitats
Profession
Public places and Institutions
Our culture and civilization
Transport and communication
Personal hygiene
Living beings
Matter and Energy
English Language-I
Unseen prose passage
Synonyms, antonyms, spellings, word-formation, one word substitution
Parts of speech, tenses, determiners, change of degrees
Framing questions including wh-questions, active and passive voice, knowledge of english sounds and phonetic symbols
Principles of teaching English, methods and approaches to English language teaching
Development of language skills, teaching learning materials: text books, multimedia materials and other resources
Comprehensive & continuous evaluation, evaluating language proficiency
Linking devices, subject-verb concord, inferences
Hindi Language - I
Sanskrit Language - I
Urdu Language - I
Sindhi Language - I
Punjabi Language - I
Gujarati Language - I
English Language-II
Unseen poem (identification of alliteration, simile, metaphor personification, assonance, rhyme)
Modal auxiliaries, phrasal verbs and idioms, literary terms : elegy, sonnet, short story, drama
Basic knowledge of english sounds and their phonetic transcription
Principles of teaching English, communicative approach to English language teaching, challenges of teaching English: language difficulties, errors and disorders
Methods of evaluation, remedial teaching
Hindi Language - II
Sanskrit Language - II
Urdu Language - II
Sindhi Language - II
Punjabi Language - II
Gujarati Language - II
Mathematics
Whole numbers upto one crore, place value, comparison
Concept of fraction, proper fractions, comparison of proper fraction of same denominator, mixed fractions, comparison of proper fractions of unequal denominators, addition and subtraction of fractions
Prime and composite numbers, prime factors, lowest common multiple (LCM) and highest common factor (HCF)
Unitary law, average, profit - loss, simple interest
Plane and curved surfaces, plane and solid geometrical figures, properties of plane geometrical figures
Point, line, ray, line segment
Angle and their types
Length, weight, capacity, time, measurement of area and their standard units and relation between them
Area and perimeter of plane surfaces of square and rectangular objects
Nature of Mathematics/Logical thinking
Place of Mathematics in curriculum
Language of mathematics
Community mathematics
Evaluation through formal and informal methods
Problems of teaching
Error analysis and related aspects of learning and teaching
Diagnostic and remedial teaching

REET Paper 2 Syllabus

Child development and pedagogy
Child development
Role of Heredity and Environment
Meaning and Concept of learning and its processes
Factors affecting learning
Theories of learning, , (behaviorist, gestaltism, bandura and piaget)
How children learn and think, experiential learning, concept mapping, investigatory approach, problem solving
Motivation and implications for learning
Individual differences
Personality
Intelligence
Understanding diverse learners
Learning Difficulties
Adjustment
Teaching learning process, teaching learning strategies and methods in the context of national curriculum framework 2005
Meaning and purposes of assessment, measurement and evaluation
Comprehensive and continuous evaluation
Construction of achievement test
Action Research
Right to Education Act 2009 (Role and Responsibilities of Teachers)
English Language-I
Synonyms, antonyms, spellings, word-formation, one word substitution
Parts of speech, tenses, determiners, change of degrees
Framing questions including wh-questions, active and passive voice, knowledge of english sounds and phonetic symbols
Principles of teaching English, methods and approaches to English language teaching
Development of language skills, teaching learning materials: text books, multi-media materials and other resources
Continuous and comprehensive evaluation, evaluating language proficiency
Hindi Language - I
Sanskrit Language - I
Urdu Language - I
Sindhi Language - I
Punjabi Language - I
Gujarati Language - I
English Language-II
Unseen prose passage linking devices, subject-verb concord, inferences
Unseen poem identification of alliteration, simile, metaphor personification, assonance, rhyme
Modal auxiliaries, phrasal verbs and idioms, literary terms : elegy, sonnet, short story, drama
Basic knowledge of english sounds and their phonetic transcription
Principles of teaching English, communicative approach to English language teaching, challenges of teaching English: language difficulties, errors and disorders
Methods of evaluation, remedial teaching
Hindi Language - II
Sanskrit Language - II
Urdu Language - II
Sindhi Language - II
Punjabi Language - II
Gujarati Language - II
Mathematics and science
Indices
Algebraic expressions
Factors
Equations
Square & square root
Cube & cube root
Interest
Ratio and proportion
Percentage
Lines and Angles
Plane figures
Area of plane figures
Surface Area and Volume
Statistics
Graph
Nature of Mathematics/Logical thinking
Place of Mathematics in curriculum
Language of mathematics
Community mathematics
Evaluation
Remedial teaching
Problems of teaching
Micro-organisms
Living being
Human body and health
Animal reproduction and adolescence
Force and motion
Heat
Light & sound
Science and technology
Solar system
Structure of matter
Chemical substances
Nature & structure of Sciences
Natural Science : Aims & Objectives
Understanding the Science
Methods of Science teaching
Innovation
Text material/aids
Problems
Social studies
Indian Civilization, culture and society
Mauryan & Gupta Empires and Post-Gupta Period
Medieval and Modern Period
Indian constitution and democracy
Government: composition and functions
Main components of the Earth
Resources and development
Geography and resources of India
Geography and resources of Rajasthan
History and Culture of Rajasthan
Pedagogical issues – I
Pedagogical issues – II

REET 2019 Exam Pattern

REET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

REET Exam Pattern - Paper - I 

For REET paper I total marks allotted is 150 without any negative marking and candidates have to complete their paper within 2 hours and 30 minutes and the question will be of multiple choice questions. 

S No.

Subjects

Number of questions

Marks 

Time duration

1

Child Development and Education

30

30




2 hours and 30 minutes 

2

Language - I (Sanskrit/Hindi/English/Urdu/Sindhi/Punjabi/Gujarati)

30

30

3

Language - II (Hindi/English/Sanskrit/Urdu/Sindhi/Punjabi/Gujarati)

30

30

4

Environmental Studies 

30

30

5

Mathematics

30

30

REET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

REET Exam Pattern - Paper - II (class VI to VIII)

S No.

Subjects

Number of questions

Marks 

1

Child Development and Education

30

30

2

Language - I (Sanskrit/Hindi/English/Urdu/Sindhi/Punjabi/Gujarati)

30

30

3

Language - II (Hindi/English/Sanskrit/Urdu/Sindhi/Punjabi/Gujarati)

30

30

4

1.Mathematics and Science Or

2.Social Studies


60

60

The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan will release the REET admit card in online mode. All the candidates who have successfully submitted the REET application form will only be able to download the admit card of REET. Also, information regarding the admit card might be sent to the registered email ID or contact number. Candidates can download the admit card from the official website by entering their roll number/registration number and date of birth/password. The admit card of REET will likely to contain details like name, date of birth, category, date and time of exam and address of the exam centre. 

REET 2019 Exam Centers

State City
Rajasthan Ajmer
Bikaner
Jaipur
Jaisalmer
Udaipur
Chittorgarh
Jodhpur

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • Aadhaar card
  • Pan card
  • Passport
  • Voter ID card

REET 2019 Answer Key

The answer key of REET will be released by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan in the form of pdf. With the help of REET answer key, candidates will be able to check their correct answers marked against the questions asked in the exam. They can also calculate their probable scores. Initially, a provisional answer key will be released whereas the final answer key will be released only after the examination authorities have evaluated the challenged answer key.

REET 2019 Result

The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan will announce the result of REET likely to be in the online mode for both the papers (paper I and II). Candidates can check their result on the official website by entering their registration number/roll number and date of birth and password. All the candidates who will qualify REET will be awarded eligibility certificate which will be valid for three years. 

REET 2019 Cutoff

In order to qualify the exam, candidates have to score the minimum qualifying marks as decided by the exam conducting body. Candidates belonging to general category will have to score at least 60% marks whereas SC/ST candidates required to score a minimum of 36% marks in order to pass the examination. 

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