Jharkhand PGT Teacher(JSSC) Online Form 2023:Everything you should know.

Jharkhand PGT Teacher Recruitment 2023 Notification Released, Apply Online Form

Name of RecruitmentJharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC)
Name of PostPrimary and Trained Graduate Teachers
Application ProcessOnline
SalaryINR 9300-34800 APPROX
Job LocationJharkhand
Apply Last Date23/09/2023
Number of vacancies6500+
Official Websitewww.jssc.nic.in

Jharkhand PGT Teacher Recruitment 2023: Everything You Need to Know

The Jharkhand government is ready to announce the Jharkhand Teacher Recruitment 2023 Notification soon. A total of 6,500 posts will be filled for primary and upper primary teacher posts in government schools in the state. This is a big opportunity for those who are looking for government jobs in the education sector. Candidates who want to apply for Jharkhand Teacher Jobs must read completely. Notification before applying online. The detailed notification is available on the official website. Interested candidates who are satisfied with the eligibility details can apply online before the last date.

Important Dates

Started Online Application Form05/04/2023
Last dates of Application Form04/05/2023
Exam DateUpdate Soon

Application Fee

UR / OBC -1/OBC-2Rs. 100/-
SC / ST Rs.50/-
Last Date for Submission of Application Fees06/05/2023
Payment ModeOnline

Age Limit

Minimum Age21 years
Maximum Age40 years

Recruitment Details

How To Apply JSSC PGT Vacancy 2023?

You can apply online for these posts after following the guidelines given below. 

  • Visit to official website-https://www.jssc.nic.in/
  • Click on Online Application for PGTTCE-2023
  • Fulfill the registration process and provide the important credentials.
  • After successfully submitting, you will get the Registration Number and Password on your phone/email.
  • Again login with the above credentials and finalize the entire application process with the guidelines mentioned on the official website.

Eligibility Criteria for JSSC PGT Recruitment 2023

  • The candidate should meet either of the eligibility criteria to be eligible for the exam:
  • The Candidate must have a Master’s degree in a related subject with 50% marks from a recognized university for OBC Category and 45% for SC/ ST Category in a recognized university with B.ED.
  • Or the candidate must have a Master’s degree in a related subject with 50% with B.A.Ed/B.Sc.ED.
  • Or the candidate must have a Master’s degree in a related subject with 55% with 3 yr B.ED/M.ED.
  • Also, the candidate should have 3 years of TGT teacher experience in a Government school.

JSSC PGT Syllabus -Paper-1

JSSC PGT Syllabus for Paper-1 
Subjects Topics Syllabus
General Knowledge General StudiesCurrent affairsscience & technologyNational and International awardsIndian LanguagesBooksScriptStates and capitalsSportsHistory & cultureGeographyEnvironmentEconomyIndian Freedom movementFarmers stateSalient Features of Naturalistic InstitutionsIndian ConstitutionIndian governmentPolityCommunity developmentFive yearly plan.Jharkhand’s polity and geography.
General ScienceGeneral current affairs related to science. General questions related to science will be asked and the level will be moderate.
General MathNumerologyElementary AlgebraGeometryGeneral trigonometry etc. Level of the questions will be of 10th Standard.
Mental Ability Verbal Reasoning Non-verbal reasoningAnalogySimilarity and differenceFill upsProblem solvingAnalysisVisual memoryDifferential observationRelationsNumeric math reasoningNumber seriesCoding Decoding etc.
Fundamental knowledge of computerGeneral computer topics such as MS windows operating systemMS Office Internet
History,Geography, Art & Culture of JharkhandGeographyHistoryCulture and ArtLanguage & LiteratureMines & MineralsIndustriesRole of jharkhand in national movementDevelopment plansSports & sportspersonsCivilian achievementsImportance in national and international scenarios etc.
Knowledge of Hindi Language Unseen Passage Questions on Hindi Grammar_

JSSC PGT Syllabus -Paper II

JSSC PGT Syllabus for Paper II 
Subject Syllabus 
Hindi Language and Literature Features of ancient hindiDevelopment of bhraj and avadhi in literature Development of khadi boli as a literary languageStandardization of hindi language and nagri scriptDevelopment of Hindi as a national language during independence movement Development of Hindi as Official language of Union of India Technical and purposeful expansion of Hindi Major dialects of Hindi and their interrelationships Grammatical structure of Standard Hindi Introduction to languages and dialects spoken in Jharkhand History writing tradition of Hindi Language  Major literary trends of hindi periods – Aadikal, Ritikaal, Bhaktikal, aadhunik KaalThe development of Hindi prose and the renaissance of the nineteenth centuryMajor trends of modern hindi poetry.Tradition and realism of Hindi NovelHindi story development and lead storytellerTradition of Hindi Drama and Hindi TheaterDevelopment of major critics and criticism in Hindi Other subjects of Hindi prose Jharkhand’s Hindi literature  Kabir – Kabir rganthwali (Initial 100 pad)Surdas – Bhramrageet saar (initial 200 pad)Tulsidas – Ramcharitramanas (ayodhyakaand, kavitwaali- uttarakhand)Suryakant Tripathi Nirala – RaagviraagJayshankar Prasad – KaamyaniRamdhari Singh Dhinkar – KurukshetraBhartendu Harishchandra – Bharat DurdashaJayshankar Prasad – Skandgupta Mohan Rakesh – ashaadh ka ek din Premchand – GodaanFanishwarnath Renu – Maila Aanchal Premchand – Mansarovar (1st part)Ramchandra Shukl – Chintamani (1st part) 
English Language and literature Detailed study of Literary ageFirst hand reading of texts 1798-1900.First hand reading of texts listed belowShakespeare – As you like it , Henry IV Parts, Part I, II : Hamlet, The Tempest Milton – Paradise Lost Jane Austen – EmmaWordsworths – The Prelude Dickens – David Copperfield George Eliot – Middlemarch Hardy – Jude the Obscure Yeats – Easter 1916 The second coming – Byzantium A Prayer for my daughter – Leada and the Swan Sailing to Byzantium – Menu The Tower : Lapis LazudiliEliot : The Waste Land
Sanskrit Language and literature Origin and development of sanskrit History of literature Ancient History of India General study of following works KathopnishadBhagavad GitaBush CharitamSwapna BasvadattamAbhigyanshakuntalam MeghdootamRaghuvansham KumarsambhavamMrichhkatikamKiratajuniyamShishupal Vaddham Uttar ramcharittamMudrakshashNeshadhvitram Raj Tirangini Nitishaktam KadambariHarshcharitamDanshkumarcharitam Prabodh Chandrodayam Questions from following textbooks. Kathopnishad ek adhyaya – (shlok 10-15)Bhagwad Gita adhyaya (shlok 13 -25)Bush charitra ( SHlok 1-10 )Swapna vasvadattam Abhigyan Shakuntalam ( 4th Para)Meghdootam (shlok 1-10)Kirantarjuiyam Uttar ramcharitam  Nitishaktam KadambariKautilya Arthshahtram 
Economics Structure of EconomicsEconomic choice Investment decisions and employmentBanking system Indian economy Agricultural productionBudgetForeign tradeJharkhand’s Economy 
Geography GeomorphologyClimatologySoils and vegetations Oceanography Ecosystem Human and Economics GeographyDevelopment of Geographical thought Human geography Settlement Geography Political geography Economic geography Indian Geography Physical aspectsHuman aspectsResourcesTransport and TradeSettlements Regional development and Planning Geography of Jharkhand World Geography Geographical analysis and techniques 
History Early Indian History Early Pastoral and agricultural communities The Indus civilisation Evolution of North Indian society Teachings of Mahavira and Buddha Rise of Magadha Post Mauryan PeriodIndia in Gupta period Themes in early Indian cultural historyIndia (750 -1200)The 13th century The 14th century The 15th and early 16th century Akbar Mughal EmpireEconomy and society First half of 18th century Establishment of British Rule in India Colonial EconomyResistance to colonial rule Socio-cultural impact of colonial rule Economy (1858-1914)Early Indian nationalism Inter-war economy of IndiaNationalism under Gandhi’s leadership Literary and cultural movements Towards freedom First phase of Independence Enlightenment and modern ideasOrigin of modern Politics  IndustrialisationNation- State system Imperialism and colonialism Revolution and counter revolution World wars Cold warColonial Liberation Decolonisation and underdevelopment Unification of EuropeSoviet Disintegration and the Unipolar world
PhysicsMechanics Thermal PhysicsWaves and Oscillation Electricity and Magnetism Modern PhysicsElectronics 
Chemistry Atomic structureGaseous states Solid state Thermodynamics Chemical kinetics and catalysis Electrochemistry Transition and inner transition metals and complexes Non-aqueous solvents Photochemistry Hard and soft acids and bases Structure and binding Mechanism of organic reactionsStereochemistry of Organic compounds Organometallic compounds Organic synthesis via enolates Carbohydrates PolymersOrganic compounds ReactionsSpectroscopy 
Mathematics Linear AlgebraCalculus Analytic geometry Ordinary differential equations Dynamics, Statics and Hydrostatics Vector analysis Algebra Complex analysis Operations Research Mathematical modeling Partial differential equations Probability Mechanics and fluid dynamics Discrete Mathematics Logic
Commerce Accounting as a financial information system Important provisions of the Income Tax Act 1961Nature and functions of Cost AccountingSignificance of attest function Concept and scope of financial management Organisation and deficiencies of Indian money market structure of assets and liabilities of commercial banks Provision of Negotiable Instruments Act 1881Organization theory Industrial relations 
BiologyZOOLOGY General survey Protozoa PoriferaCoelenterata HelminthsAnneliadaArthopoda MolluseaEchinodermataPiscesAmphibiaReptilesAvesEnvironment Animal Ecosystem EthologyBiostatistics Economics Zoology Cell biology, Genetics, evolution & systematics Biochemistry, Physiology and Embryology Physiology Embryology BOTANYMicrobiology CryptogamsPhanerogamsPlant utility and exploitation MorphogenesisCell Biology Genetics and EvolutionPhysiology and Biochemistry Ecology 

JSSC PGT Exam Pattern 2023

PaperSubjectNo. of QuestionsTotal MarksTotal Time 
1General Knowledge and Hindi100 1003 hrs
2Subject Related Questions150 3003hrs
Total250 400 6 hrs
  • The exam will be an objective type test. 
  • The examination comprises two papers- Paper-1 and Paper-2.
  • Paper 1 will be qualifying in nature (Minimum qualifying marks are 33%).
  • Minimum qualifying marks for paper 2 are 50% (45% for SC/ST/PWD candidates).

JSSC PGT Recruitment FAQs 2023

What is the duration of the exam?

The duration of both the papers is 3 hours each.

What are the total marks of the exam?

The exam will be conducted for 400 marks.

What are the topics for Paper I ?

Paper I includes General Knowledge, General Science, General Mathematics, Mental Ability, Fundamental Knowledge of computer, History and Culture.

What will be asked in Paper II ?

Paper II will test your Hindi Language skills. You have to answer questions from unseen passages.

How many total questions will be asked?

The total questions that will be asked from Paper I and Paper II will be 250. 

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