Sikkim TET Preparation Book and Practice Sets

Every year, TET is conducted. It will be this year as well. Therefore, those who want to take the test should prepare in advance. You will need a book to prepare for. The following is a list of our most popular TET tests. These books are based on syllables. Reading these books will surely pass the TET exam.

Book for Sikki TET Paper -I Click Here
Book for Sikki TET Video Cours-  Click Here
Book for Sikki TETMath & Science -  Click here
Book for Sikkim TET Paper-II- Click HERE
Sikkim TET Syllabus-
Ø  Action Research.
Ø  Child Development.
Ø  Meaning and Concept of learning and its processes.
Ø  The Role of Heredity and environment.
Ø  Theories of learning and its implication.
Ø  Factors Affecting Learning.
Ø  Motivation and Implications for Learning.
Ø  How Children learn and think.
Ø  Personality.
Ø  Individual Differences.
Ø  Child Development and Pedagogy
Ø  Intelligence.
Ø  Adjustment.
Ø  Learning Difficulties.
Ø  Meaning and purposes of Assessment.
Ø  Teaching-learning process.
Ø  Right to Education Act 2009.
Ø  Understanding diverse learners.
Language – I
Ø  Development of Language Skills, Teaching Learning Materials.
Ø  Unseen Prose Passage.
Ø  Framing Questions Including Wh-questions.
Ø  Unseen Prose Passage.
Ø  Teaching Learning Materials.
Ø  Principles of Teaching English.
Ø  Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluation.
Language – 2nd
Ø  Basic knowledge of English Sounds and their Phonetic Transcription.
Ø  Principles of Teaching English, Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching, Challenges of Teaching English.
Ø  Unseen Prose Passage.
Ø  Modal Auxiliaries, Phrasal Verbs, and Idioms, Literary Terms.
Ø  Unseen Poem.
Ø  Decimal Fractions.
Ø  Pedagogical issue
Ø  Geometry.
Ø  Numbers.
Ø  Shapes & Spatial Understanding.
Ø  Multiplication.
Ø  Addition and Subtraction.
Ø  Measurement.
Ø  Division.
Ø  Time.
Ø  Weight.
Ø  Data Handling.
Ø  Volume.
Ø  Money.
Ø  Patterns.
Mathematics Book 
Ø  Molecule.
Ø  The structure of an Atom.
Ø  Natural Phenomena.
Ø  Soun.
Ø  Sources of energy.
Ø  Natural Resources.
Ø  Pollution.
Ø  Environmental concerns; regional & national.
Ø  Pedagogical issues.
Ø  Moving Things People and Ideas.
Ø  Food; production & management.
Ø  The Universe.
Ø  Effect of population growth & human activities in the environment.
Ø  Motion.
Ø  Force.
Ø  Metals & Nonmetals.
Ø  Compounds.
Ø  Soil.
Ø  Carbon.
Ø  The World of the Living organisms, microorganisms, and diseases.
Ø  Acids, base, salt.
Ø  Food.
Ø  Components of food.
Ø  Sources of food.
Ø  Materials.
Ø  Cleaning food.
Ø  Air.
Ø  Materials of daily use.
Ø  Change of matter.
Ø  Water.
Ø  Electric current and circuits.
Ø  Work & Energy.
Ø  Light.
Ø  Magnets & magnetism.