2022 REET Primary Level Exam for Teaching Jobs: A Breakdown of Syllabus, Exam Pattern


Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET) is the minimum qualification required in Rajasthan for a candidate to be appointed as a teacher for grades 1 to 8. This year, the Rajasthan Secondary Education Council is organizing the exam on July 23 and 24. The application process began on April 18 and will continue until May 18. Those who wish to apply can apply through the official website of REET 2022 – www.reetbser2022.in. The review will be held for the appointment of 46,500 primary and upper primary teachers.


The REET will take place at two levels: the primary level and the upper primary level. The primary level teacher exam is to check the eligibility of teachers of grades 1 to 5 and the upper primary level teacher exam is to check the eligibility of teachers of grades 6 to 8. The duration of the Primary level teacher exam will be 2 hours 30 minutes. The questionnaire will consist of 150 questions with 1 point each. There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.


The Primary Teacher Examination Syllabus consists of 5 subjects, namely Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II, Mathematics and Environmental Studies. For simplicity, here is a breakdown of topics under each topic for better understanding:

Topic 1: Child development and pedagogy

Topics in this subject include child development, the role of heredity and environment, the meaning and concept of learning and its processes, factors affecting learning, theories of learning and its implications, how children learn, the learning process, thinking, imagination and argumentation, motivation. and implications for learning, individual differences, personality, intelligence, understanding of diverse learners, learning difficulties, adaptation, the teaching-learning process, learning strategies and methods in the context of the National Curriculum Framework 2005, the meaning and purposes of assessment, measurement and evaluation . Full and continuous assessment. Constructing the Achievement Test, Learning Outcomes, Action Research and Right to Education Act 2009.

Subject 2: Language I

Hindi is compulsory in this subject. The English language program includes the following:

– Invisible prose passage: synonyms, antonyms, spellings, word formation, word substitution, parts of speech, tenses, determinants, degrees of comparison

– Framing questions including Wh – questions, active and passive voice, narration, knowledge of English sounds and phonetic symbols

– Principles of teaching English, methods and approaches to teaching English

– Developing language skills, teaching learning materials: textbooks, multimedia materials and other resources

– Complete and continuous assessment, assessment in English language

Subject 3: Language II

It is also a compulsory subject. The English program includes

– Passage in invisible prose: linking devices, subject-verb agreement, inferences

– Invisible poem: identification of alliteration, comparison, personification of metaphor, assonance, rhyme

– Modal auxiliaries, idiomatic expressions and common phrases, literary terms: elegy, sonnet, short story, drama

– Basic knowledge of English sounds and symbols

– Principles of teaching English, communicative approach to teaching English, challenges of teaching English: language difficulties, role of home language, multilingualism

– Assessment methods, remedial courses

Subject 4: Mathematics

Here is the range of topics to cover in math:

– Whole numbers up to one crore, place value, comparison; Fundamental mathematical operations: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Indian currency.

– Concept of fraction, proper fractions, comparison of proper fractions of the same denominator, mixed fractions, comparison of proper fractions of unequal denominators, Addition and Subtraction of fractions. Prime and compound numbers, prime factors, lowest common multiple (LCM) and highest common factor (HCF).

– Unit duty, Average, Profit – Loss, simple interest

– Plane and curved surfaces, plane and solid geometric figures, properties of plane geometric figures, point, line, line, line segment; Angle and their types.

– Length, weight, capacity, time, area measurement and their standard units and relationship between them; Area and perimeter of planar surfaces of square and rectangular objects.

– Nature of mathematics/logical thinking, place of mathematics in the curriculum, language of mathematics, community mathematics, data management, assessment by formal and informal methods, teaching problems, analysis of errors and related aspects of learning and teaching, diagnosis and remedial education

Topic 5: Environmental Studies

The subject includes topics on family, clothing and habitats, occupation, public places and institutions, our culture and civilization and our pride, Panchyat Raj and urban self-reliance in Rajasthan, transport and communication, personal hygiene, living things, water, mountaineering, earth and space, concept and scope of environmental studies, importance of environmental studies, integrated environmental studies, principles of learning environmental studies and education environmental, scope and relationship to science and social science, approaches to presenting concepts, activities, experimentation/practical work, discussion, comprehensive and continuous assessment, Teaching Materials/Help, Teaching Issues


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