SCERT Odisha D.El.Ed (CT) Syllabus – Directorate of Teacher Education and SCERT, Odisha exam conduction body releases the SCERT Odisha D.El.Ed (CT) Syllabus on the official website. Candidates can get here D.El.Ed (CT) Syllabus for the preparation of Entrance Exam for admission into SCERT Odisha deled. Along with the SCERT Odisha D.El.Ed (CT) Syllabus, candidates can also go through the exam pattern to get the better idea of structure, marking scheme and important topics for the exam.

Scheme of Online Entrance Test for deled Section – I

  1. Language (English) – Comprehension, Vocabulary & Usage
  2. Education & General Awareness – Everyday science, Political system and its evolution, General information, Educational Commissions & Committees, New Educational Initiatives, Educational Organizations.
  3. Reasoning – Logical and Analytical Reasoning.
  4. Teaching Aptitude – Solving problem of educational context, managing classroom and learning, Learner and learning related issues, goals of education, role of various agencies and organization in management of education, issues related to teaching-learning strategies.
Subject AreaMarksNumber of Questions
Language (English)1010
General Awareness55
Teaching Aptitude1010

Scheme of Online Entrance Test for deled Section – II

Section II carries 60 marks. There shall be 60 questions each carrying one mark. All the questions shall be of multiple choice (MCQ).

  1. Odia/Telugu/ Urdu/Santhali – Dhwani and Sabda, Parts of speech (Noun, Adjective, verb), Derivation of words, Formation of words (Using prefix and suffix), (Synonyms and Antonyms) and Idioms.
  2. Mathematics –  HCF and LCM, Square and square root, Percentage and its application (profit and loss, simple and compound interest), Ratio and Proportion, Linear algebraic equations and their solutions, Set- its elements, operations on sets, Basic Geometrical Concepts, Geometry of Triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles.
  3. Social Science – Stone age, Vedic age, medieval age, Stages of freedom movement in India, Indian Constitution- features, Governance system in India- Local Self Government, State Government, Central Government, Earth and its structure, Latitude and longitude, Climate and Atmosphere, Conservation of Natural Resources and Environmental preservation and protection.
  4. Science – Different states and characteristics of matter, Chemical reaction, Force, energy and motion, Plant cells and animal cells, Structure & adaption in plants and Microorganisms
Subject AreaMarksNumber of Questions
Odia / Telugu / Urdu / Olchiki1515
Social Science1515