School Assistant Teachers Online Test Exam Pattern and Syllabus, Guidelines in AP Schools

Online Computer Test for School Assistants Subject Wise Dates : AP School Education Department Conduct Training Needs Identification Test (TNIT ) for High Schools and UP Schools Teachers. Online Exam Conduct Marks, Exam Duration, Online Computer Exam Telugu, English, Hindi, Maths, PS, Biology and Social Subjects Syllabus and Exam Pettern Details Download at Marks distribution to General area for 50 Marks and School subject and methodology 100 Marks at

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Training Needs Identification Test (TNIT) to all School Assistants (SAs) and PET/ PDs

Duration of the online (Computer Based Test) : 2 1/2 hours.

Medium of Question papers : English & Telugu for all non-language subjects.

Note : languages Question papers will be in the concerned language only.

The scores will be known immediately after the examination.

Online Computer Test/ Exam Pattern :

The Training Needs Identification Test (TNIT) will be conducted for 150 marks on

i) General
ii) School subject and methodology areas to assess the content needs of the teachers in the State.

A) For School Assistants of all the School subjects:

1) General Areas — Part-A : 50 marks

i. General Knowledge and Current affairs : 10 marks
ii. Perspective, Class Room management & Inclusive Education for Disabled at School State (IEDSS) : 20 marks
iii. Computer skills : 20 marks

School Subject Areas – Part B : 100 marks

i. Concerned School Subject upto Class X (Class VI to X A.P. State Syllabus): 50 marks
ii. Content level raised upto Intermediate (A.P. State Syllabus) : 20 marks
iii. Methodology & Pedagogy : 30 marks

Physical Education Teachers Exam Pattern :

1. General Areas – Part – A : 50 marks
2. Physical Education – Part – B : 100 marks 

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