NVS TGT Syllabus, PGT Syllabus 2016, Exam Pattern – download the syllabus, Exam pattern of NVS Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti TGT PGT exam syllabus, NVS Exam Pattern. All the candidates who applied for Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti Assistant Commissioner, Principal, PGTs, TGTs, Miscellaneous Teachers and TGTs (III LANGUAGE) for the year 2016 are now preparing for Recruitment test. Download here NVS TGT Previous year papers, NVS PGT Solved Question Paper for written exam which is held in November 2016. A lot of candidates applied for NVS Recruitment 2016 for TGT, PGT, Principal application form will be started from 10 September 2016. Candidates which are interested can apply for this exam and get ready for written exam download syllabus, check exam pattern form last year paper to score well. Candidates applying for the post of TGT (Mathematics), TGT (Science) and TGT
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NVS TGT Syllabus, PGT Syllabus 2016, Exam Pattern
The Written test will consist of one paper for PGTs, TGTs, Miscellaneous and TGTs (III Language) General Paper Objective type multiple choice questions on General English & Hindi (40:20+20), General Awareness (30), General Intelligence, Numerical Ability & Reasoning (30) , Teaching Aptitude (20) and concerned subject knowledge (80). The difficulty level of the question papers for PGTs will be of Post Graduation standard and for TGTs and others it will be of Graduation standard.
- Hindi and History,
- Social Studies,
The Navodaya Vidyalaya System is a unique experiment unparalleled in the annals of school education in India and elsewhere. Its significance lies in the selection of talented rural children as the target group and the attempt to provide them with quality education comparable to the best in a residential school system. Such children are found in all sections of society, and in all areas including the most backward.
But, so far, good quality education has been available only to well-to-do sections of society, and the poor have been left out. It was felt that children with special talent or aptitude should be provided opportunities to proceed at a faster pace, by making good quality education available to them, irrespective of their capacity to pay for it.These talented children otherwise would have been deprived of quality modern education traditionally available only in the urban areas.
Such education would enable students from rural areas to compete with their urban counterparts on an equal footing. The National Policy on Education-1986 envisaged the setting up of residential schools, to be called Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas that would bring out the best of rural talent.