Exam Pattern of KVS TGT Exam 2013 (P&HE, WE, AE) and Librarian: Part-1 of KVS TGT Exam is for qualifying purpose only - for the merit list only the marks of Part-2 and Interview mark is considered with the weigtage: 70:30 (i.e. Part-2 exam: Interview). Based on the relative performance of all the candidates, the cut-off mark for KVS TGT exam 2013 would be fixed to shortlist candidates for the KVS Interview.
Exam Pattern of KVS PRT (Music) Exam 2013: For the KVS PRT (Music) Exam, there are two parts – Part-1 & Part-2 with total 150 questions for 150 marks with duration: 2-1/2 hours. In Part-1 of KVS TGT/PRT Exam, you have to score minimum 4 marks each in English & Hindi and also score minimum 10 marks in aggregate (i.e. English & Hindi combined). If you do not score these minimum marks, your Part-2 paper would not be evaluated.
KVS PGT Syllabus 2013: KVS PRT Teacher exam have two parts. Part 1 contains 40 multiple choice question in Hindi and English. Each contains 20 marks Every question contain one marks. So, Part 1 total contains 40 marks. Candidates must score 13 marks in part 1. Part 2 contains 160 multiple choice question.
KVS TGT Syllabus 2013: TGT Teacher Exam also has two parts. Part 1 contains 30 multiple choice questions in Hindi and English. Each contains 15 marks. Every Question contain one marks So, Part 1 total contains 30 marks. Candidates must score 10 marks in part 1. Part 2 contains 120 multiple choice questions.
KVS TGT Exam Pattern 2013:
KVS Teachers TGT Book & Study Materials: Computer Science Recruitment Exam Guide is a book recommended for those applying for KVS teachers positions. The guide is specifically for those aiming to become Computer Science teachers in various KV schools. The exam pattern includes first, a preliminary exam which comprises an Aptitude Test and a Language Competency Test followed by the Main examination, which constitutes the Subject Test, and lastly, an Interview is conducted for the final selection. The book is essential for the preparation of the Subject Test which is a descriptive type paper for a duration of 3 hours and carries 120 marks. In preparing the final merit list, the written test marks are taken more into account compared to the interview in a ratio that is 80:20 respectively.
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