TSPSC JL Exam pattern and syllabus is explained here along with the selection process. Telangana State Public Service Commission will conduct two papers to recruit candidates for the post of TSPSC Junior Lecturer. There will be a preliminary exam and main exam. Candidates who successfully apply for the TSPSC Junior Lecturer will have to appear for the prelim exam followed by the main exam.
The Prelim exam is expected to be conducted in Sep 2021 and candidates who are planning to appear for the TSPSC Junior Lecturer exam should know all about the exam pattern, syllabus, selection process and other important details that will be helpful for them.
By reading further candidates can gather detailed information about the type of questions that will be asked in the exam, the subjects on which the questions will be based, duration of each exam, maximum marks, number of questions, etc.
TSPSC Junior Lecturer Important Dates
In the table given below, we will provide the important dates related to TSPSC Junior Lecturer Recruitment as soon as they will be announced by TSPSC.
|Last date to apply online||last week of June 2021|
|Admit card||One week before the exam|
|Result||To be announced|
TSPSC Junior Lecturer Exam Pattern 2021
TSPSC will conduct two exams, first, it will conduct a screening test and those who qualify the preliminary exam will be called to appear for the main exam. Both Preliminary and Main exam will consist of multiple-choice objective type questions and candidates have to qualify both the exams in order to become eligible for final selection for TSPSC Junior Lecturer Recruitment 2021.
|Subject||Marks||Number of questions||Duration|
|General Abilities,||150||150||150 minutes|
|General Studies, and Basic Proficiency in English|
|Paper||Subject||Marks||Number of questions||Duration|
|1||Pedagogy Across the curriculum||100||100||90 minutes|
|2||Selective subject||200||200||180 minutes|
The preliminary exam will be conducted for 150 marks and it will consist of 150 multiple choice objective type questions. The candidates will get 150 minutes to answer all the questions in the Preliminary exam. The preliminary exam will contain questions related to General Abilities, General Studies, and Basic Proficiency in English. Candidates have to qualify the preliminary exam to appear for the main examination.
TSPSC Junior Lecturer Main Exam will be divided into two papers. Paper I will be conducted for 100 marks. Paper I will have 100 multiple objective type questions for 90 minutes. Paper I will be common for all the candidates and it will contain questions related to Pedagogy across the Curriculum.
Paper-II of TSPSC Main Exam will consist of 200 multiple choice objective questions for 200 marks and candidates will get 180 minutes to answer all the questions. Paper-II will contain questions related to the subject chosen by the candidate at the time of filling the online application form.
TSPSC Junior Lecturer Syllabus 2021
Telangana State Public Service Commission will release the syllabus for TSPSC Junior Lecturer along with the official notification on its official website, candidates should prepare according to the provided syllabus.
Basic Proficiency in English
- Transformation of sentences
- Finding Errors
- Active and passive
- Degrees of comparison
- Use of words
- Idioms and phrases
- Data interpretation
- Analytical abilities
- Teaching aptitude
- Professional ethics in education
- Logical reasoning
- Moral values
- General Science
- Civilization heritage
- Indian Constitution
- Political and cultural history of Telangana
- Economic and social development of India and Telangana
- Society culture
- Environmental issues
- Social exclusion
- Arts and literature of India and Telangana
- Current affairs
Pedagogy Across The Curriculum
- Tools and techniques of evaluation
- Achievement and diagnostic tests, etc.
- Psychology of human development
- Organization and development
- Crafts, performance and fine arts
- Punishment and its legal implications
- Rights of child
- Planning of Effective instructions
- Learning resources
- Psychology of teaching and learning
- A continuous and comprehensive evaluation
- Understanding teaching and learning in reference to NCF and Right to Education Act
- Methods of teaching
- Learning difficulties and education of disabled children
- Quality and academic standards
- Values aims and objectives of teaching
- Liberal and create the discipline of knowledge
- Situating learner in the socio-political and cultural context
- The distinction between Assessment for learning and assessment of learning
- School-based assessment
- Non-formal education
Note: Main examination Paper II syllabus will vary according to the subject chosen by the candidates at the time of filling the online application form. Candidates have to go through the official notification to get the subject wise syllabus for Paper II of the main examination.
TSPSC Junior Lecturer Exam Date
The date of Preliminary and main exam for TSPSC Junior Lecturer Recruitment 2021 will soon be released on the official website of TSPSC. It is expected that TSPSC JL Prelim exam will be held in September 2021 and the Main exam will be held in November 2021.
Candidates are advised to keep in touch with the official website of Telangana State Public Service Commission in order to get all the latest information about the TSPSC Junior Lecturer Recruitment Process. We will also update the date of examination here as soon as it will be released by the Telangana State Public Service Commission.
TSPSC Junior Lecturer Selection Process
There will be three stages in the TSPSC Junior Lecturer Selection process. In the first stage, candidates have to go through a screening test or preliminary exam and the qualifying candidates will be called to appear for the main exam. Those who qualify the main exam will have to attend the personal interview and after the interview, the final selection of the candidates will be made.
Preliminary Exam / Screening test
All candidates who apply for TSPSC Junior Lecturer Recruitment will have to appear for the preliminary exam which will be conducted for 150 marks and has multiple choice objective questions. TSPSC will create a merit list of qualifying candidates after conducting Preliminary exam and those who get shortlisted in the merit list will be called to appear for the Main Exam.
TSPSC Junior Lecturer main exam will be divided into two papers for a total of 300 marks. The main exam will also contain multiple choice objective questions and candidates will have to qualify the main exam in order to become eligible to appear for the final stage of the selection process. A merit list will be prepared on the basis of candidates’ performance by TSPSC and those candidates whose name /roll numbers appear in the merit list will have to appear for the interview and document verification.
Interview and Document Verification
This will be the last stage in the TSPSC Junior Lecturer Selection process. Candidates have to bring their original documents and get them verified and on the same day, they will have to go through a personal interview. During the interview, personality, communication skills, mental abilities, and other skills of the candidates will be tested.
The interview will be conducted for 30 marks and for final selection, TSPSC will prepare a merit list according to the marks scored by candidates in the main exam and interview. Candidates who get shortlisted in the final merit list will be appointed on the post of TSPSC Junior Lecturer.
TSPSC Junior Lecturer Recruitment 2021
Q. What Will Be The Duration Of TSPSC Junior Lecturer Preliminary Exam?
A. Duration of TSPSC Junior Lecturer Preliminary Exam will be 150 minutes.
Q. What Type Of Questions Will Be Asked In The TSPSC Junior Lecturer Preliminary and Main Exam?
A. Candidates have to answer Multiple Choice Objective type questions in the TSPSC Junior Lecturer Preliminary and Main Exam.
Q. How Many Questions Will Be There In TSPSC Junior Lecturer Main Exam?
A. TSPSC Junior Lecturer Main Exam will have a total of 300 questions which will be divided into two papers. Paper I will have 100 questions and Paper-II will have 200 questions.