To qualify UP junior teacher exam you must be a graduate with at least 50% marks and plus B.Ed. too. You should have qualified CTET or UPTET with it. You might be thinking that you have lost a chance of becoming a government teacher? Because no one can again pursue graduation to gain more marks than past scores. We all get one chance to appear in graduation. It’s not true! you can have your graduation again if you wish but most of us are really don’t have that much time and money to go with it again. After all, there are certain age limits in appearing in competitive exams.
NO! Don’t be disappointed
There are other possible ways through which you can appear in the junior teacher examination test. Here is detailed information on UP junior exam eligibility criteria, qualifying marks, age limit, how to appear in the exam.
UP Junior Teacher Eligibility Criteria
1) The candidate should have Senior Secondary (Or its equivalent) with at least a 50% score and passed or appearing in the final year of 2 years Diploma in Education. the diploma should be in Special Education.
2) You should have Senior Secondary (Or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks. Completed or appearing in the final year of 2 years D.Ed. (Diploma in Elementary Education)
3) Senior Secondary (Or its equivalent) with at least 45% marks. Completed or appearing in the final year of 2 years D.Ed. (Diploma in Elementary Education) according to NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) and Regulation act 2002.
4) You should have Senior Secondary (Or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks. Completed or appearing in the final year of 4 years B.El.Ed (Bachelor of Elementary Education)
5) Graduation in any stream with at least 50% marks and B.Ed. (Without D.ED or B.El.Ed)
6) Graduation with at least 50% marks and must have qualified B.Ed. (Bachelor) or appearing in it.
Must have Qualification for UP Junior Teacher
You must have qualified CTET or UPTET to appear in the Junior teacher exam. Without CTET or UPTET there is no way to appear in teaching tests this is what everyone has to qualify. If we see the age limit, anyone between 21-40 years old can appear in this test.
There are two junior teacher exams conducted by the UP State government
UP Junior Teacher Posts
One of the post available of for the assistant teacher post and the second one will be for the principal post.
- The question paper comes into two sections.
- There are a total of two papers to attempt
- The total number of questions is 150. You will get 1 mark for each correct answer to the question.
- The first paper will be of 50 marks and the Second paper will be of 100 marks.
- Time limit to attempt the exam is 2:30 hrs.
- The question type will OMR based means multiple-choice Questions.
- There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.
- Paper 1 includes questions related to GK (general knowledge)
- Paper 2 contains questions on Languages (Hindi, English, Sanskrit), Maths, Social science, and science.
For the post of Teacher questions related to human behavior, logical elements, public behavior will be asked,
For the post of Principle questions related to School admission will be asked.
- The qualifying marks for the general category is 60%
- And qualifying marks for ST/SC is 55%
- Candidates must have scored more than 60 % to qualify teaching test.
- The merit list will be prepared upon the following parameters
- Written exam, training qualification, graduation percentage, class 12th, and class 10th marks.
- Written exams score should be achieved at least 60% and remain all factors will be contributed 10% equally.
We have shared every parameter to qualify UP junior teacher test.
You cannot appear in exams if you scored less than 50% in graduation if you are appearing on the basis of graduation merit and bachelor of education (B.Ed.) is compulsory if you apply with graduation.
If you have done or appearing in Diploma in elementary education you are eligible to appear in this test with only 50% in higher secondary. And also, you are eligible when you have scored at least 45% in senior secondary, passed out, or appearing in the final year of 2 years D.Ed. (Diploma in Elementary Education. This low has come to light in 2002. Which made qualifying tests easy for those who scored less than 50% in their senior secondary but still D.Ed. is compulsory in this case.
The answer is yes you can appear in exams but only if you have passed or running a Diploma in elementary education and at least 45% in 12th.