UP LT Grade Exam

Introduction

Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) conducts the UP LT Grade Teacher Recruitment Exam. The candidates willing to become an Assistant Teacher in the state of Uttar Pradesh, are required to clear the LT Grade Teacher Recruitment Exam. This year, UPPSC is filling 10768 vacant posts of Licentiate Teachers.

Notification

The UP LT Grade Teacher Recruitment Exam Notification 2018 has been released for 10768 vacancies of Licentiate Teacher. Applicants who are willing to appear for the exam should go through the official notification for details of the recruitment process. The notification has been released on 15 March 2018 and the application window is closed on 16 April 2018. For complete details, click the link below for official notification.
CLICK HERE for Official Notification

Vacancy Details

A total of 10768 vacancies will be filled under the UP LT Grade Teacher Recruitment 2018. Subject wise vacancy details are given below:

Subject Vacancies (MALE) Vacancies (FEMALE)
Hindi 696 737
English 645 675
Mathematics 561 474
Science 571 474
Social Science 926 928
Computer 898 775
Urdu 71 62
Biology 336 259
Sanskrit 274 242
Art 192 278
Music 08 60
Commerce 26 03
Physical Education 140 168
Home Science 01 269
Agriculture 19 -
TOTAL 5364 posts 5404 posts

 

Important Dates

The exam date of UP LT Grade Exam has been rescheduled to 24 June 2018. Check all other important details below.

Event Date
Application Begins 15 March 2018
Last Date to Apply Online 16 April 2018
Last Date to Deposit Fee 12 April 2018
UP LT Grade 2018 Exam Date 24 June 2018

 

How to Apply

The link to apply online has been closed. The last date to apply online was 16 April 2018. Candidates are no longer allowed to apply for the UP LT Grade Teacher Recruitment 2018.

Application Fee

Category wise Application Fee is mentioned below:

Category Application Fee
GEN/OBC  Rs. 125/-
SC/ST   Rs. 65/-
PH  Rs. 25/-

 

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification: Subject wise required educational qualification is mentioned below.

Assistant Teacher Hindi:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Hindi as a Subject from a Recognized University in India & Intermediate with Sanskrit as a Subject or Equivalent Examination with Sanskrit.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher English:
(i) Bachelor Degree with English as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Mathematics:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Math as a Subject from a Recognized University in India.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Science:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Physics & Chemistry as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Social Science:
(i) Bachelor Degree with at least any two of the Subjects among the Subjects History, Geography, Political Science & Economics from a Recognized University in India.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Computer:
(i) B.Tech./B.E. (in Computer Science) from a Recognized University of India.
OR B.Sc. in Computer Science OR B.Sc. in Computer Application OR Bachelor of Computer Application or ‘Bachelor’s Degree with ‘A’ Level Course from NIELIT.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Urdu:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Urdu as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Biology:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Zoology & Botany as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Sanskrit:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Sanskrit as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Art:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Arts Subject or Fine Arts as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Music:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Music as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
OR Bachelor Degree from a Recognized University in India With Sangeet Visharad from Bathkhande Sangeet Mahavidhyalya or Sangeet Prabhakar from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad

Assistant Teacher Commerce:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Commerce as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Physical Education:
(i) Bachelor Degree from a Recognized University in India
(ii) B.P.Ed. or B.P.E. Degree From a Recognized University in Indian

Assistant Teacher Home Science:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Home Science as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Assistant Teacher Agriculture/ Horticulture:
(i) Bachelor Degree with Agriculture/ Horticulture as a Subject from a Recognized University in India or Equivalent Degree recognized by the University.
(ii) B.Ed or Equivalent Degree from a recognized University of India.

Age Limit:
Minimum: 21 Years
Maximum: 40 Years

Exam Pattern

A total of 150 questions are asked in the exam with allowed time of 2 hours.

Subject No of Ques. Marks
General Studies 30 30
Concerned Main Subject 120 120
TOTAL 150 150

 

Exam Syllabus

Go through the Subject wise detailed exam syllabus mentioned below:
Social Studies
(i) Geography
 Meaning and Scope
 Physical Geography
 Lithosphere
 Atmosphere
 Hydrosphere
 Biosphere
 Human Geography
 Human Settlements
 Economic Geography
 Geography of India
(ii) History
 Salient features of Pre- Historic cultures
 Chief Characteristics of Indus Valley Civilization;
 Polity, society, economy, and religion of the Early Vedic period and changes in Later Vedic Period
 Salient Features of Jainism, Buddhism, Vaishnavism, and Shaivism
 Mauryan Period
 Political History of the Gupta Dynasty
 Chola Period
 Foreign Invasions
 Delhi Sultanate
 Mughals;
 Bahmani Empire, Vijayanagar Empire, rise and decline of the Marathas, Shivaji
 Medieval Culture.
 Medieval Society and Economy-Agriculture, Industry,
 Expansion of East India
 Agriculture, Trade, and Industry in Modern
 Development of modem education system and Constitutional Development
 Revolt of 1857-causes, nature, and
 Renaissance in modern India, Social and Religious Movements
 Indian National Movement- Non-co-operation, Civil disobedience and Quit India movement.
 Contributions of M.K.Gandhi, B.G. Tilak, Gokhale, and S.C. Bose in the national movement.
 Achievement of Independence - From Cripps Mission to Mountbatten
(iii) Economics
 Nature of Economics
 Consumer behaviour and demand analysis
 Production and Theories of Population
 Nature of Markets and Price Determination in different markets
 Theory of Distribution
 Money, Banking, Inflation and Monetary Policy
 international Trade and Policy
 Public Finance and Fiscal Policy
 Economic development
 Challenges in Indian Economy
(iv) Civics & Politics
 Political Theory
Civics: Definition, Nature and Scope State - Definition, Elements of State Origin of State: Divine Theory, Contract theory, Evolutionary Theory, Marxist theory Equality, Liberty, and Rights, Sovereignty and Pluralism Law and Theories of Punishment!
Constitution: Definition and Classification, Government: Parliamentary, Presidential, Unitary and Federal
Organs of Government: Legislature, Executive and Judiciary Democracy and Dictatorship
Individualism, Liberalism, Scientific socialism, Fascism Political Thinkers: Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau Jermy Bentham, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, Manu, Kautilya, Gandhi.
Salient Features of Indian Constitution
Federal System
Indian Administration
Indian Foreign Policy

Science
(i) Physics

 General Physics & Mechanics
 Heat
 Waves and Oscillations
 Optics
 Electricity and Magnetism
 Modern Physics
(ii) Chemistry
 General Organic Chemistry
 Reaction mechanism
 Mechanism of name reaction
 Carbohydrates
 Polymer
 Isomerism
 Absorption
 Spectroscopy
 UV
 Structure of Atom
 Chemical bonding
 Coordination Chemistry
 Oxidation and Reduction
 Radioactivity
 Chemical kinetics and catalysis
 Thermodynamics
 Chemical equilibrium
 Ionic equilibrium

Mathematics
 Algebra
 Real Analysis
 Vector Analysis
 Complex Analysis
 Calculus
 Geometry
 Statistics and probability

Commerce
 Accountancy
 Business Organization & Management
 Business Economics
 Money & Banking
 Statistics
 Auditing

Computer Science
 Digital Logic and Circuits and Discrete Mathematical Structures
 Computer Organization and Architecture
 Data Structures and Algorithm
 Problem-Solving through C Programming
 Object-Oriented Techniques
 Operating System
 Database Management Systems
 Computer Networks
 Software Engineering
 Internet Technology, Web Design, and Web Technology
 System Analysis And Design
 Information Security and Cyber Laws
 Computer graphics

Arts
 Elements of Painting, Medium, Technique, and principles of Composition.
 (A)ancient traditional and modern medium and Techniques of Painting.
 Concepts of Eastern and Western Aesthetics-Definitions, Thinkers, Principles of Art and Inter-relationship of arts.
 (A) Six limbs of Indian Art.
 Indian Pre-historic, Ancient, Classical, and Medieval Art-Development, Style and Specific area.
 (A)Indian Modern, and Contemporary Art-Art Groups, Painters, Sculptors, Print-makers, Thinkers, and their concepts.
 European Pre-historic, Ancient, Classical and Medieval Arts- Development, Style and specific area.
 (A)Modern Art of Europe, Art-Groups, Isms, Painters, Sculptors, Print-makers, Thinkers and their concepts.
 Indian Contemporary Art-Art. ScenerioArtists, Art activities, and Current trends. Art market, Art Criticism, and Art- thought.

Music
 Notation system
 Study of the main ragas
 Study of different instruments
 Study of various Talas

Physical Education
 Principle and History of Physical Education
 Psychology in Physical Education
 Organisation and Supervision in Physical Education
 Anatomy and Physiology in Physical Education
 Kinesiology in Physical Education
 Sports Medicine
 Health Education
 Sport
 Theory And Rules
 Sports Training
 Test and Measurement

Biology
(i) Zoology
 Principles of Taxonomy; a concept of species and sub-species; Binomial nomenclature.
 Classification and general characteristics of following Phyla: Protozoa, Porifera, Cnidaria, Ctenophora, Platyhelminthes, Aschelminthes, Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata, and Chordata.
 General organization and life history of representative of various Phyla:
 (i) Protozoa
 (ii) Porifera (iii) Cnidaria (iv) Ctenophora
 (v) Platyhelminthes (vi) Aschelminthes (vii) Annelida
(viii) Arthropoda(ix) Mollusca (x) Echinodermata (xi) Chordata
 Brief knowledge of  (i) Protozoa and diseases  (ii) Polymorphism in Cnidarians (iii) Helminths and diseases  (iv) Harmful and Beneficial Insects (v) Poisonous and non-poisonous snakes  (vi)Economic importance of mammals.
 Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; Ultra-structure of an animal cell; Function of cell
 Organelles; Types of chromosomes; a structure of genes and genetic code, Mitosis and meiosis.
 Mendelism, Linkage, and crossing over, Eugenics; Organic evolution, Evidence of organic evolution, Theories of organic evolution, Lamarckism, Lamarckism, Darwinism, Neo-Darwinism, Processes of evolution, Mutation, Evolution through ages, Evolution of man.
 Ecology, Components of ecosystem and major Ecosystems; Environmental pollution.
 Elementary knowledge of  (i)digestion  (ii)respiration  (iii) blood and Circulation  (iv)  excretion  (v)  nerve conduction  (vi)  muscle contraction  (vii)  Endocrine glands and their function.
 Characteristics and classification of  (i)  carbohydrates,  (ii)  proteins,  (iii)  lipids, (iv) enzymes and  (v)  hormones
 Gametogenesis; Types of eggs and cleavage, Embryonic development of Amphioxus, frog, and chick, Placental mammals.
 Biogeography, Zoogeographical realms, and their characteristic fauna.
(ii) Botany
 Viruses
 Bacteria
 Structure
 Fungi
 Algae
 Lichens
 Nature
 Bryophytes
 Pteridophytes
 Gymnosperm
 Taxonomy Of Angiosperms
 Embryology
 Cytology
 Genetics
 Plant Physiology
 Biochemistry
 Environmental Botany
 Plant Pathology
 Molecular Biology
 DNA
 Expression and Regulation

Admit Card

As the exam date has been extended to 24 June, the admit card for the exam will also be published 10 days prior to the exam. The admit card will be published on the official website as well as safalta education portal. All information regarding the exam will be mentioned on the Admit Card.

Result

The UP LT Grade Exam Result 2018 will be released on the official website after the conclusion of the written exam. The link to download exam result will be made available on safalta education portal to help students check their exam result. Roll number and date of birth of candidates will be required to check the result.

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