DSSSB 2022 Preparation Strategy: PRT,TGT & PGT Posts.

By Komal|Updated : August 12th, 2022

In this article, we should read related to the preparation strategy requires to qualify for the DSSSB exam for the posts- PRT(Primary Teacher) TGT(Trained Graduate Teacher) & PGT (Post Graduate Teacher).

 

 

How to Prepare for DSSSB PRT?

PRT stands for Primary Teacher and teaches classes 1st to 5th.In the DSSSB PRT, there will be 200 questions asked carrying a total of 200 marks and the time allotted will be 120 minutes. It will be conducted through Online Mode. The question paper will consist of objective-type questions & there will be two-part, Part A will be of 5 sections with 20 marks each and Part B will be of 100 marks. There will be negative markings in the exam.

Preparation Strategy:

1. Follow Syllabus- Syllabus for the PRT post is vast candidates need to study English, Hindi Language, Reasoning, Mathematics, GK, GA, CA & CDP, Teaching Methodology, Teaching Aptitude & Attitude.

2. Refer to Previous Year Question Paper- Previous year question paper can be practised to have an idea about the pattern and nature of questions asked in the exam

3. Read important books for DSSSB-

  • DSSSB PRT Exam Goalpost Solved Papers and Practice Test.
  • Kiran's DSSSB All Exams 2013-2018 Solved Paper.
  • DSSSB Prathmik Shikshak Bharti Pariksha 2017-18 Paperback in Hindi.
  • DSSSB Prathmik Shikshak Bharti Pariksha.
  • DSSSB PRT CHAPTER-WISE OBJECTIVE EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY.

4. Practice Mock Test & Quizzes- Select topics from the syllabus that is a bit difficult to understand and practice questions and quizzes on them.

5. Prepare short notes- For Part B candidates can prepare short notes for the following subjects i.e. CDP, Teaching Methodology, Teaching Aptitude & Attitude.

How to Prepare for DSSSB TGT?

TGT stands for Trained Graduate Teacher and teaches classes 6th to 10th.In the DSSSB TGT, there will be 200 questions asked carrying a total of 200 marks and the time allotted will be 120 minutes. It will be conducted through Online Mode. The question paper will consist of objective-type questions & there will be two-part, Part A will be of 5 sections with 20 marks each- MCQs of one mark each as per the existing examination scheme:

1. General Awareness,
2. General Intelligence & Reasoning ability,
3. Arithmetical & Numerical Ability,
4. Test of Hindi Language & Comprehension and Part B will be of 100 marks and MCQs of one mark each from the subject concerned including questions teaching methodology/B.Ed. There will be negative markings in the exam.

Preparation Strategy:

1. Follow Syllabus- Syllabus for the TGT post is vast candidates need to study English, Hindi Language, Reasoning, Mathematics, GK, GA, CA & CDP, Teaching Methodology, Teaching Aptitude & Attitude.

2. Refer to Previous Year Question Paper- Previous year question paper can be practised to have an idea about the pattern and nature of questions asked in the exam

3. Read important books for DSSSB-

Suggested Books:

Serial No.Book NameAuthor
1.

TGT/PGT (Common Subjects) Recruitment Exam Guide 

RPH Editorial Board 
2.

DSSSB T.G.T/P.G.T 

BHI EDITORIALS

How to Prepare for DSSSB PGT?

PGT stands for Post Graduate Teacher and teaches classes 11th & 12th.In the DSSSB PGT, there will be 300 questions asked carrying a total of 300 marks and the time allotted will be 180 minutes. It will be conducted through Online Mode. The question paper will consist of objective-type questions & there will be two-part, Part A will be of 5 sections with 20 marks each and Part B will be of 200 marks and includes MCQs related to Post-Graduation qualification and teaching methodology essential for the post. Negative marking will be done in the exam.

Preparation Strategy:

1. Follow Syllabus- Syllabus for the PGT post is vast candidates need to study English, Hindi Language, Reasoning, Mathematics, GK, GA, CA & CDP, Teaching Methodology, Teaching Aptitude & Attitude.

2. Refer to Previous Year Question Paper- Previous year question paper can be practised to have an idea about the pattern and nature of questions asked in the exam

3. Read important books for DSSSB-

Suggested Books:

Serial No.Book NameAuthor
1.

DSSSB PGT Recruitment Exam Tier I 

 Arihant Experts 
2.

DSSSB PGT English Written Test 2020

 Arihant Experts 

DSSSB Section-wise Strategy Preparation Strategy

1. General English: - English section is the Important section for the DSSSB exam but many students always face difficulty in attempting the English section. If you are an average student when it comes to the English section, then all you need to do is make a habit of practising English Questions on daily basis. Prepare the schedule to cover all the important topics.

  • Verb.
  • Tenses.
  • Subject-Verb Agreement.
  • Articles.
  • Comprehension.
  • Fill in the Blanks.
  • Adverb.
  • Error Correction.
  • Sentence Rearrangement.
  • Unseen Passages.
  • Vocabulary.
  • Antonyms/Synonyms.
  • Grammar.
  • Idioms & Phrases, etc.

How to prepare for the English section?

Plan a schedule to practice all the different topics of this section daily. Try to practice at least 2 hours a day and practice each topic according to the schedule plan.

2. General Hindi: - Hindi section is the most important section for the DSSSB exam Because most students know about this language so in this section you can score well. To score better in this section, develop the habit of practising regularly. Plan a schedule to cover all the important topics daily.

  • Sandhi/Samas.
  • Upsrag & Pratayya
  • Ras/Chhand/Alankaar
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Muhavare
  • Comprehension passage
  • Vocabulary.
  • Fill in the blanks.
  • Grammar.
  • Synonyms/Antonyms

How to prepare the Hindi section?

You need to plan a daily schedule to practice all the different topics in this section. Try to practice at least 2 hours a day and practice each topic according to the schedule plan.

3. Current Affairs:- 

This might be the easiest section of the DSSSB teacher recruitment exam. All you need to cover Current affairs, Static news of the last 6 months to score maximum marks (30+) in this section, and make a habit of reading & revising the news regularly. Division of the topics along with the schedule will help you cover all the important news.

  • Books and Authors.
  • Important Days.
  • Awards and Honors.
  • Budget and Five-Year Plans.
  • National & International.
  • Indian Geography.
  • Capitals & Currencies
  • International & National Organizations.
  • Science & Technology.
  • Current Sports news.
  • Current Schemes
  • Current Appointments
  • Miscellaneous Current topics

How to prepare the Current affairs section – You need to plan a daily schedule to practice all the different topics of this section. Try to practice at least 2 hours a day and practice each topic according to the schedule plan.

4. Reasoning Aptitude:- 

Reasoning Aptitude has always been the Moderate section in the DSSSB Exam. Most of the candidates usually are comfortable in this section but fail to score well. Weak or average students should make the habit of practising questions regularly. Cover all the important and most asked topics in a planned manner.

  • Blood Relation
  • Arithmetic Number Series/Letter and Symbol Series.
  • Figures/Verbal Classification.
  • Relationship concepts.
  • Arithmetical Reasoning.
  • Non-verbal series.
  • Analogies.
  • Visual Memory.
  • Similarities and Differences.
  • Coding and Decoding etc.
  • Logical Reasoning

How you can prepare for the Current affairs section – You need to plan a daily schedule to practice all the different topics of this section. Try to practice at least 2 hours a day and practice each topic according to the schedule plan.

5. Teaching Methodology: -  It is one of the easiest sections of the DSSSB Exam. All you need to do cover is Concepts, and theories to score maximum marks (30+) in this section, For good marks in this section make a habit of practising regularly. Just plan your schedule to cover all the important topics.

  • Aptitude & Development of Student
  • Child-Centered & Progressive Education
  • Development Teacher Education India
  • Experiments Related to School & New Findings Activities
  • Methods & Theories
  • Reports & Tests
  • Responsibility / Duties of Teacher Inclusive Education
  • Learning & Pedagogy
  • Responsibility Towards Societies
  • All Teaching Ability

6. General Awareness:- Questions will be designed to test the ability of a candidate’s General Awareness of the environment around him/her and its application to society. The questions from this section have the sole motive of testing your knowledge of Current Events. All the everyday matters should be observed by an intellectual person. The test
will also include questions relating to:

  • History
  • Polity
  • Constitution
  • Sports
  • Art & Culture
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Everyday Science
  • Scientific Research
  • National/International Organizations /Institutions etc.

7. Arithmetical & Numerical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Abilities will cover Number of Systems including questions on:

  • Simplification
  • Decimals
  • Data Interpretation
  • Fractions
  • L.C.M.
  • H.C.F.
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Profit & Loss
  • Discount
  • Simple & Compound Interest
  • Mensuration
  • Time & Distance, Time & Work, Tables & Graphs etc.

We hope that this article will help you understand and figure out the best preparation strategy and you will clear the DSSSB teacher recruitment with a high score. All the best!

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FAQs

  • The exam is conducted in an online mode.

  • Candidates need to score 40% marks each in Part A & B.

  • Yes, questions related to current affairs asked in the DSSSB exam (5 to 6 questions).

  •  The level of English & Hindi Language questions asked in DSSSB exam will be of moderate level.

  •  The level of Mathematics questions asked in the DSSSB exam will be of moderate to a high level.

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