UPTET Expected Cutoff Marks Question Paper Analysis 2022

 The Uttar Pradesh Examination Regulatory Authority organized the Uttar Pradesh Eligibility Teacher Examination on 23 January 2022 in the state. It is conducted for the recruitment of teachers in primary school and upper primary schools. Paper 1 is conducted for teachers from class I to class 5 and paper 2 is conducted for teachers from class 6 to class 8.

Candidates with D.El.Ed and B.Ed can apply for recruitment of teachers in primary education and upper primary schools only after passing the teacher eligibility test. That's why this exam becomes very important.

Around 21000000 students had applied for this recruitment exam. Earlier this examination was scheduled to be held in December, but due to various reasons, the examination was postponed and held on 23 January 2022 at the state level.

As always there were a lot of controversies in this exam as well. Students say that this time a lot of question papers of the year 2017 have been repeated in UPTET, out of which 13 questions of child psychology, maths subject were asked for 17 Question. In addition, a total of 20 questions from Environment, 23 questions from Hindi Paragraph, 30 out of 30 questions from Sanskrit Paragraph and Urdu have been repeated.

 Why 2017 UPTET exam was in News

Students say that the 2017 UP exam has also been very controversial. In this exam, the answer key was revised 4 times and after that the result of the examination had to be declared thrice, so there is a possibility that this time also students will have to face a lot of difficulties, because most of the questions are from same to same copy and paste. have been done. Because of this, there is a possibility that a new dispute will arise again and then the dispute will be dragged in the court for years, due to which the students may have to face a lot of problems.


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Question Paper Analysis UPTET Exam 2022 Uttar Pradesh Eligibility Test

 In the UP Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET-2022), the maths questions bothered the candidates a lot. Questions from Average, Frequency and Trigonometry took more time. Many aspirants could not devote enough time to solve other questions because of getting confused in these questions.

Many candidates also got troubled in English grammar. The questions containing Antonym and synonym were easily solved by the candidate but, the questions which read the paragraphs and answered took more time.

 The candidates told that this time the question paper was very easy, they had prepared the question papers of the last three years. This time there was a lot of repetition of questions asked in 2016, 2017 and 2018. Especially environment related questions were taken from TET 2017 .

Most of the questions are taken exactly from the year 2017. For example 2021 exam question in Hindi subject

Question on number 31 is - What is the suffix in the word wanderer?

 Question on number 32 is- Where was Mahavir Swami born?

Question on number 33 is, which treaty is there in the wayward?

In the year 2017 UPTET also had the same questions but the sequence of questions was 56,57,58.

 There are more than 20 questions in both the year papers.

 It is just a coincidence or something else, but questions are arising that most of the questions in the question paper of UPTET-2021 are repeated from the year 2017 UPTET. This has happened not in questions of any one subject, but in many.

 The unread passage in Hindi subject has also been repeated. primary level

UPTET-2021 Exam Pattern

150 questions were asked in UPTET-2021. It consists of questions related to five subjects. Teaching Method in Child Development has 30 questions.

 Similarly 30 in Hindi in language first,

30-30 questions in Language II in English or Sanskrit or Urdu respectively,

There are 30-30 questions in Mathematics and Environmental Studies.

Similarly, the question papers were prepared in the examination of the year 2017 also.

 In teaching method, Hindi, Sanskrit, Maths and Environmental studies also asked questions asked in previous year.

Minimum Qualifying Cut Off Marks

Like the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, in UPTET too, students have to obtain the minimum qualifying marks to clear this exam.

General category candidates have to get 90 marks out of 150 marks.

The same SC ST OBC reserved category candidates have to get 83 marks in 150 marks.

If you get 90 marks then you are declared passed in this exam. There is no limit of maximum marks and it is not being used anywhere, so only 90 marks is enough for you to pass this exam.

CategoryQualifying Cut offMinimum Qualifying MarksTotal Marks
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