KVS TGT Part-I Syllabus
Verb, Tenses, Voice, Subject-Verb Agreement, Articles, Comprehension, Fill in the Blanks. Adverb, Error Correction, Sentence Rearrangement, Unseen Passages, Vocabulary, Antonyms, Synonyms, Grammar, Idioms & Phrases, etc.
Antonyms, Vocabulary, Grammar, Synonyms, Translation of Sentences, Fill in the Blanks, Error Detection, Comprehension, Phrases/Muhavare, Plural Forms etc.
KVS TGT Part-II Syllabus
General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
Important Days, Indian History, Books and Authors, Indian National Movement, Awards and Honors, Budget and Five Year Plans, General Polity, Current Affairs – National & International, Indian Economy, Capitals of India, International & National Organizations, Science – Inventions & Discoveries, Science & Technology, Sports, Abbreviations, Countries & Capitals.
Arithmetic Number Series, Spatial Orientation, Observation, Figures Classification, Relationship concepts, Arithmetical Reasoning, Non-verbal series, Analogies, Discrimination, Visual Memory, Similarities and Differences, Spatial Visualization, Coding and Decoding etc.
Number Series, Letter and Symbol Series, Verbal Classification, Essential Part, Verbal Reasoning, Logical Problems, Analogies, Theme Detection, Cause and Effect, Artificial Language, Matching Definitions, Making Judgments, Statement and Conclusion, Logical Deduction, Statement and Argument.
Computer Basics, Using Paint Brush, More in Paint, About Desktop and Computer Peripherals, Word Processor, Formatting Word Document, Internet, Computer History, Word Processor, Exploring Windows, Powerpoint Presentation, etc.
(i) Pedagogical Concerns
(a) Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.
(b) Planning: lnstructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan, Lesson Plan
(c) Instructional material and resources: Text Books, Work books, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs-Museums-Community, Information and Communication Technology.
(d) Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.
(ii) Inclusive Education
(a) Understanding diversities: concept types (disability as a dimension of diversity)
(b) Disability as a social construct, classification of disability and its educational implications:
1. Sensory Impairment (Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment and Deaf Blind)
2. Cognitive Disabilities: (Autism Spectrum Disorder; Intellectual Disability and Specific Learning Disability)
3. Physical Disabilities: celebral palsy and loco motor
(c) Philosophy of inclusion with special reference to children with disability.
(d) Process of Inclusion: concern issues across disabilities.
(e) Constitutional Provisions
(iii) Communication & interaction
Theory of Communication, Types of Communication, Communication & language, Communication in the classroom, barriers in communication.
(iv) Understanding Learning
Concept, Nature of Learning – input-process-outcome, Factors of Learning – Personal and Environmental, Approaches to learning and their applicability — Behaviourism (Skinner, Pavlov, Thorndike), Constructivism (Plaget, Vygotsky), Gestalt (Kohier, Koffka) and Observational (Bandura), Dimensions of Learning — Cognitive. Affective and Performance, Motivation and Sustenance- its role in learning, Memory & Forgetting, Transfer of Learning. Design of Learning activities and classroom processes, pedagogic practices, and creating democratic learning environments that include diverse children’s knowledge and social experiences in the classroom.