UPTET Eligibility: Everything You need to Know about UPTET

Are you one of those aspiring teachers who need to take the examination held as the Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test? Congratulations, you made it this far! The UPTET examinations is a state level test that is required for those who wants to work in the government as eligible primary teachers. This test will serve as a screening procedure for the recruitment of hopeful teachers that would, later on, be in charge of the valued education of our dear primary students in India.


What is the nature of the exam?

The UPTET is an examination that is composed of two objective type or multiple choice questions which we call MCQs. This part of the exam shall be completed by the examiner in 1 and a half hour. Each examiner has to get this every question and answer right because it is intended for each distinct level of a teaching position.


What levels of teaching job require taking this exam?

Paper 1 is designed for the candidates aiming for the teaching job required in the upper primary section. They needed to appear in this paper. On the other hand, the aspiring candidates for a teaching job in upper primary section or Class VI and VIII need to appear for this test, while the candidates aiming for a teaching job in both primary and upper primary sections has to appear for both of the tests.


Is anyone allowed to take the exams?

Unfortunately, no. Because the teaching profession is one of the noblest and significant professions in the world, it is imperative that the government agency set a parameter of standards for those who would like to take the profession.

There are a couple of standards set before UPTET eligibility takers. One has to have a Bachelor’s degree & B.T.C from any institution approved by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).