TS DSC Admit Card 2024

TS DSC Admit Card 2024

TS DSC Admit Card 2024-The Authority has been released the admit Card for TS DSC on July 15, 2024. Exam will be held on July 18 to August 05, 2024. Candidates can download their admit card by filling application number and date of birth.

The Telangana State District Selection Committee (TS DSC) Admit Card for 2024 is a crucial document for candidates appearing for the Teacher Recruitment Examination. It serves as an entry pass to the examination hall and contains essential information about the candidate and the exam.

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Admit Card Release dateJuly 15, 2024
Exam DatesJuly 18 to August 05, 2024
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DETAILS MENTIONED AT ADMIT CARD

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Roll Number
  • Photograph and Signature
  • Examination Date and Time
  • Examination Venue with Address
  • Important Instructions for the Exam Day

HOW TO DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD

  1. Visit the Official Website – Go to the official TS DSC website. (Insert the official URL here once available)
  2. Find the Admit Card Link – Look for the “TS DSC Admit Card 2024” link on the homepage or in the latest notifications section.
  3. Login to Your Account
  4. Click on the admit card link, which will redirect you to the login page.
  5. Enter your login credentials such as registration number and date of birth or password.
  6. Download the Admit Card:
  7. After logging in, your TS DSC Admit Card 2024 will be displayed on the screen.
  8. Verify all the details mentioned on the admit card carefully.
  9. Print the Admit Card:
  10. Once you have confirmed that all the details are correct, download and print multiple copies of the admit card for future reference.

SELECTION PROCESS:

  • For School Assistants (SAs), Language Pandits (LPs), Secondary Grader Teachers (SGTs) and Special Education Teachers in Primary Level in the category of Secondary Grade Teacher and Special Education Teachers in Upper Primary/Secondary Level in the category of School Assistant selection will be on the basis of combined marks secured in the Written Test (TRT) 80% and Paper II of TET 20%.
  • For School Assistant (Physical Education) and Physical Education Teachers (PETs) selection will be on the basis of marks secured in the written test (TRT).
  • For the Purpose of selection of teachers under these rules, scores obtained in APTET/TSTET/ CTET with minimum qualifying marks.
Name of TestMaximum marksPass Marks
OCBCSC/ ST/ Differently Abled
APTET/ TSTET150907560
CTET150907560

EXAM PATTERN –  For the post of school assistant (other than SA Physical Education) and Language Pandits.

SubjectsNo. of QuestionsNo. of MarksDuration
General Knowledge & Current Affairs2010      2 hours 30 minutes.
Perspectives in Education2010
Content (Non-Languages)8844
Teaching Methodology3216
Total16080

Exam Pattern – For the post of secondary grade teacher.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION:

  • Check the Details: Ensure that all the details mentioned on the admit card are correct. In case of any discrepancy, contact the examination authorities immediately.
  • Carry a Photo ID: Along with the admit card, carry a valid photo ID proof (Aadhar card, PAN card, Voter ID, etc.) to the examination center.
  • Reach Early: Arrive at the examination center well before the reporting time to avoid any last-minute hassle.
  • Follow Guidelines: Adhere to all the guidelines and instructions mentioned on the admit card and those provided by the examination authorities at the center.

SYLLABUS:

  1. Common Subjects-
  2. General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
  1. Current events of national and international importance
  2. General Science
  3. Indian Polity and Economy
  4. History and Geography of India and Telangana
  5. Disaster Management
  6. Perspectives in Education:
  1. Understanding the Learner
  2. Pedagogical Concerns
  3. School Organization
  4. Education System in India
  5. Curriculum Development
  6. Content and Teaching Methodology:
  1. Child Development and Pedagogy
  2. Language (English/Telugu/Urdu/Hindi)
  3. Mathematics
  4. Science
  5. Social Studies
  6. Language Pandit-
  7. Language Proficiency:
  1. Proficiency in the language applied for (Telugu/Urdu/Hindi)
  2. Grammar and Vocabulary
  3. Comprehension
  4. Literature:
  1. Literary Terms
  2. Poets and Writers
  3. Literary Movements
  4. Pedagogy:
  1. Language Teaching Methodologies
  2. Lesson Planning
  3. Evaluation and Assessment
  4. Secondary Grade Teachers (SGT)
  5. General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
  6. Similar to the syllabus for School Assistants
  7. Perspectives in Education:
  1. Child Development and Pedagogy
  2. School Organization
  3. Curriculum Development
  4. Content and Teaching Methodology:
  1. Mathematics
  2. Science
  3. Social Studies
  4. English
  5. Telugu/Urdu
  6. Physical Education Teachers (PET)
  7. Physical Education:
  8. Principles and History of Physical Education
  9. Anatomy and Physiology
  10. Health Education and Nutrition
  11. Sports and Games
  12. Training and Coaching Methods
  13. General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
  14. Similar to the syllabus for other categories
  15. Perspectives in Education:
  16. Child Development and Pedagogy
  17. School Organization

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION:

  • Study Material: Candidates are advised to refer to textbooks prescribed by the state education board and other relevant sources for detailed content study.
  • Previous Year Papers: Practicing previous years’ question papers can help understand the exam pattern and difficulty level.
  • Updates: The official TS DSC notification should be regularly checked for any updates or changes in the syllabus.

PREPARATION TIPS:

  • Understand the Syllabus: Go through the detailed syllabus and exam pattern carefully.
  • Create a Study Plan: Make a timetable that covers all topics and stick to it.
  • Focus on Weak Areas: Identify and focus on improving weaker sections.
  • Regular Revision: Ensure regular revision of all topics to retain information.
  • Mock Tests: Take mock tests to assess your preparation level and improve time management.

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