NCERT CEE 2018 Syllabus – National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) conducts the Common Entrance Exam for six courses namely B.Sc B.Ed, BA B.Ed, MSc B.Ed, B.Ed, M.Ed, B.Ed-M.Ed Integrated.
The questions asked in CEE 2018 exam will be based on the topics from the given syllabus subjects mentioned below. However, the level of questions for candidates belonging to Group A will be of Class XII. Also, the level of questions for candidates belonging to Group B and Group C will be of graduation level, and graduation and professional course level, respectively.
Prepare for exams from subjects such as Language Proficiency (English), Teaching Aptitude/Attitude, and Reasoning Ability. CEE syllabus is provided for you obtain full preparation for CEE 2018 – B.Ed , Integrated B. ED and M Ed along with Exam Scheme.
Candidates can follow RIE CEE 2018 Syllabus given below performs well in the teaching entrance exam.
Regional Institute of Education Common Entrance Examination (RIE CEE) 2018 is conducted by NCERT – National Council of Educational Research and Training.
* Language Proficiency
* Teaching Aptitude/Attitude
* Reasoning Ability.
* Language Proficiency indicating specific areas like comprehension, rearranging sentences, selecting suitable words for the blanks, finding out errors in parts of the sentences, finding out equivalent meaning to the given phrases, finding out suitable words for the incomplete sentences, sequencing, grammar which includes synonyms, antonyms, idioms, prepositions, tenses, articles.
* Teaching Aptitude will cover specific areas like attitude towards education, children and teaching profession; interest in teaching; leadership qualities & group management; emotional & social adjustment; intrapersonal & interpersonal skills; and general awareness of contemporary issues pertaining to school education.
* Reasoning Ability indicating specific areas like verbal non-verbal reasoning, missing numbers, number series, letter series, theme finding, jumbling, analogy, odd one out, arranging the statements in a sequential form, statement and conclusions, syllogism, logical problems, establishing relationships.