About Tripura TET 2020

Tripura Teachers’ Eligibility Test or T-TET is conducted for candidates who are interested to teach in Class I to V and Class VI to VIII, respectively. Tripura Teacher Eligibility Test is conducted by Teachers Recruitment Board, Tripura (TRBT). The test is conducted in two papers – I and II. Paper I is for candidates who wish to be a teacher for Class I to V. Paper II is for candidates who wants to teach in Class VI to VIII. Candidates securing qualifying marks in the exam will be declared qualified in Tripura TET. The qualifying marks are 90 for General Category while it is 83 for SC/ST/PH candidates. Candidates who secure the passing marks will be called for certificate verification. The Tripura TET certificate is valid for a period of seven years from the date of issue of the same.

Frequency: Once a year
Languages Bengali, English
Conducting Body: Teachers' Recruitment Board Tripura
Tripura TET Paper 1 - Duration 2 Hours 30 Minutes +1 More

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Tripura TET 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Tripura TET Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria has been prescribed by the examination authority separately for Paper I and II. The detailed Tripura TET Eligibility Criteria is given below as per the papers. 

Tripura TET Eligibility Criteria for Paper I 

  • Passed Senior Secondary or equivalent examination with atleast 50% and two-year Diploma in Elementary Education or one-year Diploma in Education till the academic session 2004-05. Or 
  • Candidates have passed Class 12 with at least 45% and two year Diploma in Elementary Education as per NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, 2002 (Or One year Diploma Education upto academic session 2004-05) Or
  • Passed Class 10+2 with at least 50 % and four year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) Or
  • Completed Class 12 or equivalent with at least 50% and two-year Diploma in Education (Special Education) Or
  • Bachelors degree and two year Diploma in Elementary Education or One year Diploma in Education till academic session 2004 to 2005.

Tripura TET Eligibility Criteria for Paper II 

  • Passed graduation and two-year Diploma in Elementary Education/one-year Diploma in Education upto academic session 2004 to 2005. Or
  • Graduation with 55% and Bachelors in Education (B.Ed.) Or
  • Completed graduation with 45% and passed Bachelor in Education (B.Ed.) according to NCTE (Recognition norms and procedure) Or
  • Class 10+2 or equivalent with atleast 50% and four years Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) Or
  • Senior Secondary with 50% and four-year B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed Or
  • Graduation with 50% and Bachelor in Education (B.Ed.) (Special Education)

Age: There is no age limit for appearing in Tripura TET. 

Tripura TET Eligibility Criteria – Important Points 

  • Candidates who are appearing in the final examination of B.Ed/D.El.Ed can apply provisionally. Candidates will have to submit their marksheet and certificates if any during document verification. 
  • 5% relaxation in the qualifying marks will be provided to candidates belonging to SC/ST/PH category. 
  • Candidates having 45% in graduation can apply for Tripura Teacher Eligibility Test Paper II provided they have completed their studies before the implementation of NCTE Regulation, 2009.

Number of Attempts 

There is no limit in the number of attempts. Candidates who have earlier qualified Tripura TET earlier can also apply to improve their score. 

Tripura TET 2020 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online

Mode of Payment : Other

Tripura TET application form will be available online. While filling Tripura TET application form, candidates must ensure that they fulfill the eligibility criteria. The examination fees for Tripura TET 2020 is Rs 300 for general while it is Rs 200 for SC/ST/PH. Examination fees can be remitted through challan. 

Steps to fill Tripura TET application form 

  • Registration
  • Login
  • Filling Application Form 
  • Finalise application 
  • Pay using Challan 
  • Provide payment details 
  • Print confirmation page after successful payment verification

The details of each stage of Tripura TET application form are explained below.


Registration Candidates will have to register for the exam by using the online registration form
To register, candidates will have to enter the certain details.
After registration, candidates registration number and password will be generated
Candidates are required to upload their scanned images of photograph and signature
Login Once registered, candidates can login with their registration number or email ID and date of birth. The registration number/email ID serves as User ID and Date of Birth as password
Filling the application formThe application form mainly contains the qualification details
Finalise the application form Candidates can edit the details entered in the application form till they finalise the same. Candidates to proceed for fee payment have to finalise Tripura TET application form 
Pay the fees Candidates will have to pay the examination  fees using challan
Provide the payment details Paying the examination fees through challan candidates will get journal number from the bank. Candidates will have to provide the number as well as other details in the payment details form
Print payment acknowledgement pageAfter successful payment, candidates will get application acknowledgement slip. Candidates should print the slip for further reference

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
General Offline Male, Female ₹ 300
SC, ST Offline Male, Female ₹ 200

Tripura TET 2020 Syllabus

Tripura TET Paper 1 Syllabus

Child development and pedagogy
Child development and learning
Concepts of inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
Learning and pedagogy
English comprehension
Pedagogy for language development
Language of mathematics
Community mathematics
Nature of mathematics
Methods of teaching mathematics
Instructional material in mathematics
Evaluation, concept of continuous and comprehensive evaluation
Problems in teaching mathematics
Remedial teaching and error analysis
Environmental studies
Family and friend
Work and play
Plants and animals
Health and hygiene
Environmental characteristics of Tripura
Environmental protection
Concept and scope of environmental studies
Pedagogical issues in environmental studies
Significance of environmental studies
Integrated approach in environmental studies
Scope and relation of environmental studies to science and social science
Comprehensive and continuous evaluation
Teaching material-aids
Approaches of presenting concepts

Tripura TET Paper 2 Syllabus

Child development and pedagogy
Child development
Concept of development and its relation with learning
Growth and development, stages of development, infancy, childhood and adolescence
Principles of development of children
Influence of heredity and environment on the development of child, role of the teacher
Socialization process, social world and children, role of parents, peers and teachers in the process of socialization
Concept of child-centred and progressive education
Methods of teaching and learning
Concept of progressive education, role of the teacher
Critical perspective of the construct of intelligence, multidimensional intelligence
Sternberg's information processing theory
Concept of I Q, intelligence tests
Language and thought, different stages of language development
Role of teacher in the process of language development
Gender as a social construct, gender roles, gender-bias and educational practices, gender equality, teacher's role
Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community and religion
Distinction between assessment for learning and assessment of learning
School based assessment, continuous and comprehensive evaluation, perspective and practices
assessing readiness levels of learners for enhancing learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing learner’s achievement
Concept of inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
Addressing learners from diverse back grounds, including disadvantaged and deprived, educational implications
Addressing the needs of children with learning difficulties, mentally retarded, physically challenged, socially and culturally deprived, identification and remedial measures
Addressing the needs of exceptional children, gifted, creative, specially abled children
Learning and pedagogy
Process of teaching and learning
Creating learning situations
Criteria of learning experiences
Different modes of learning
Social learning, co-operative and collaborative learning, group discussion, role of teacher
Motivation and learning, factors affecting learning, theories of learning
Pavlov, thorndike, skinner, piaget and vygotsky
Concept, types and importance to learning
Theories of motivation
Cognitive processes
Concept formation
Thinking, imagination, reasoning, inductive and deductive, problem solving and memory
Emotion and their characteristics
Emotional maturity, emotional intelligence, emotional quotient
Concept of personality and adjustment
Type and trait
Measurement of personality
Projective and non projective techniques and adjustment mechanisms
English comprehension
Pedagogy for language development
Number system
Data handling
Nature of mathematics
Approach to mathematics learning
Different teaching learning methods
Mathematics learning evaluation
Food and nutrition
Micro organism and activities
Circulation and conduction
Ecosystem and natural resources
Agriculture and tools
Motion, force and pressure
Thermal physics
Electrostatics, current electricity and magnetism
Solar system
Metal and non-metal
Nature and structure of sciences
Social studies
The solar system
Globe, latitudes and longitudes
Interior of the earth
Rocks - Types and characteristics
Major landforms of the earth - Processes and types
Our changing earth
Human environment relation
Sixteen mahajanapada and the first empire
Sultans of Delhi
Khalji dynasty
The bhakti and sufi movements
The establishment of company power in India
The national movement
Tribal society and festival in Tripura
Social and political life
Diversity in Indian society
Pedagogical issues in social studies
Nature, scope and significance of social science curriculum

Tripura TET 2020 Exam Pattern

Tripura TET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

TRBT prescribes the exam pattern of Tripura TET separately for Paper I and II. The exam pattern provides candidates details regarding the subjects, number of multiple choice questions, marking scheme, total marks, mode of exam and question pattern. Before beginning with the preparation, candidates are advised to check Tripura Teacher Eligibility Test exam pattern to get an idea regarding the overall structure of the exam.  Candidates can check below Tripura TET exam pattern 2019 according to Paper I and II. 

Tripura TET Exam Pattern for Paper I 

The structure of Tripura TET exam pattern for undergraduate teacher (Paper I) is given below.

Subjects Number of questions Total marks 
Child Development and Pedagogy3030
Language I: English3030
Language II: Bengali3030
Environmental Studies3030

Structure of Question Paper

  • The question paper of Paper I and II will have 150 multiple choice questions. 
  • Each question will carry 1 mark.
  • There is no negative marking for wrong answer
  • Question paper will be in English and Bengali only (other than language Parts). 
  • There will be three sets of question booklets - A, B and C

Tripura TET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

Tripura TET Exam Pattern for Paper II

The exam pattern of Tripura TET prescribed for graduate teachers is given below.                 

Subjects Number of questions Total marks 
Child Development and Pedagogy:3030
Language I (English):3030
Language II: Bengali3030
A) Mathematics and Science (For Mathematics and Science Teachers)6060
B) Social Studies (For Social Studies Teachers)

(c)For any other Teachers: Either a or b

Tripura TET 2020 Exam Centers

State City
Tripura Agartala

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • Aadhar card
  • PAN card
  • Passport
  • Driving license
  • Caste certificate
  • Physically handicapped certificate
  • PRTC
  • Bank pass book
  • EPIC (voter I card)

Tripura TET 2020 Answer Key

The exam authorities release a tentative answer key, on which candidates can raise objections. Candidates have to pay a fee of Rs. 500 per question to raise challenges. candidates can check paper-wise tentative answer keys of Tripura TET in the 'What's New?' section of the official website - trb.tripura.gov.in. Candidates can find the links to raise challenges by logging in through the 'Apply Online' button on the official website. A final Tripura TET answer key will be published after all objections have been taken into consideration. Tripura TET answer key is published in PDF format and contains question IDs and correct answer IDs for all the papers. Using Tripura TET answer key, candidates can check the correct answers of questions asked in the exam. The result of candidates will be prepared based on the final Tripura TET answer key.

Tripura TET 2020 Result

Teachers' Recruitment Board, Tripura declares Tripura TET result after the evaluation process. Tripura TET result is made available online. Tripura TET result displays the roll numbers, names, category and marks obtained by candidates. Candidates securing the passing marks will be called for document verification. The final result will be declared after document verification. In case candidates find any error in the merit list or Tripura TET result should contact TRBT for correction. Candidates will be issued certificate cum marksheet after verification of documents. 

Tripura TET 2020 Cutoff

TRBT has prescribed the qualifying marks for Tripura TET. To qualify the examination, candidates will have to secure the qualifying marks. The qualifying marks for UR candidates is 90 out of 150 while it is 83 out of 150 for SC/ ST/ PH candidates. Only those who secures qualifying marks will be called for document verification.

Documents Required at Counselling

  • Mark sheets and certificate (if any) of academic and professional qualifications
  • Admit card of matriculation/madhyamik as proof of age
  • Caste certificate (if any)
  • PH certificate (if any)
  • Admit card and acknowledgement page of T-TET 2019
  • 2 (two) sets of self attested photocopy of all the above mentioned documents

General Information

Questions related to Tripura TET

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When the result of TET Paper 1 and paper 2 will publish which organized on 20 & 26th October 2019.

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 29th Nov, 2019


see there is no official notifications available right now regarding the results, it was expected to be out on end of november or first week of december.

so regularly check the official website for upcoming results.

hope you may understand.

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