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AP DEECET

AP DEECET Exam 2024: Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Pattern Check Now

Andhra Pradesh Diploma in Elementary Education Common Entrance Test

AP DEECET (Andhra Pradesh Diploma of Elementary Education Common Entrance Test), which is actually organized by the Department of School Education, Government of AP for admissions to D.El.Ed. programs at DIETs (District Institute of Education and Training) in the state, is an entrance test. The test I shall be conducting is to screen the candidates of those interested to pursue the 2-year D.El.Ed program which in turn allows such candidates to teach primary/upper primary classes.

AP DEECET is a complex exam which includes objective type questions on subjects like Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, English/Telugu and General Knowledge. The final selection criteria will be based on reference candidate's score in the exam and their level of achievement. The successful ones will be admitted to various DIET institutes. The exam will be timed for two hours. 

In addition to the date, AP DEECET 2023 will be conducted on June 3 and the results will be announced on June 20 by the Department of School Education, the authority conducting the exam. The first stage of AP DEECET 2024 application process might tentatively start around March 2024 and the final test can be expected to be held probably in May/June of 2024. The results usually are expected within3 weeks after the exam was taken.

AP DEECET Exam Highlight 2024

Feature Description
Exam Name AP DEECET 2024
Full Form Andhra Pradesh Diploma in Elementary Education Common Entrance Test
Conducting Body Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APSPSC)
Exam Mode Offline (Pen and Paper Based)
Exam Level State Level

AP DEECET Qualifying Exams 2024

Exam Name Description
Class 10th or equivalent examination Candidates must have passed the Class 10th or equivalent examination with at least 50% marks.
Diploma in Education (D.Ed) course Candidates must have completed the 2-year Diploma in Education (D.Ed) course from a recognized institution.

AP DEECET Reservation of Seats 2024

The AP DEECET Reservation of Seats 2024 provides reservation of seats for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward Classes (OBC), and Economically Weaker Sections (EWS). The total percentage of reserved seats is 60%, with 15% reserved for SC, 7.5% for ST, 27% for OBC, and 10% for EWS. The remaining 40% of seats are open to candidates from the general category.

Category Percentage of Seats Reserved
Scheduled Castes (SC) 15%
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 7.5%
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 27%
Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) 10%
General 40.5%

Documents Required for Apply AP DEECET Exam 2024

- 10th Class / SSC Mark Sheet: Scanned certification or mark sheet of your 10th standard/SSC school grade.

- Intermediate or Equivalent Mark Sheet: I want to enclose a copy of my Intermediate Exam mark sheet or any other equivalent certificate of yours.

- Aadhar Card: Scanned  copy of your Aadhar card as a proof of Idenity and date birth.

- Caste Certificate (if applicable): Scanned copy of the caste certificate having been issued by competent authority if the reservation category is to be applied.

- PH/Differently Abled Certificate (if applicable): In case you want to submit the documents under PH/differently abled quota then please provide us the scan of the relevant certificate.

- Income Certificate: Income certificate scan copy for those applying in BPL (Below Poverty Level) category.

- Passport Size Photo: Kindly bring the soft copy of the latest passport size photograph for uploading at the Immigration counter.

- Signature: Soft copy of your signature in cursive style for signing on a webpage.

AP DEECET Overview 2024 FAQs

AP DEECET, or Andhra Pradesh Diploma in Elementary Education Common Entrance Test, is an entrance exam conducted for candidates seeking admission into various Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) programs in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

The eligibility criteria can vary, but generally, candidates should be Indian nationals satisfying local/non-local status requirements. They should have completed 17 years of age as of September 1st of the year of admission and should have passed the 10+2 examination or its equivalent with a certain percentage of marks. Specific eligibility details are provided in the official notification.

You can apply for AP DEECET by visiting the official website during the application period. The application process involves filling out the online application form, uploading necessary documents, and paying the application fee. Make sure to read the official notification for detailed instructions.

The AP DEECET exam typically consists of multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The subjects covered include General Knowledge, Teaching Aptitude, General English, Telugu, Mathematics, and Environmental Studies. The exact number of questions and marks can vary from year to year.

The syllabus generally covers topics related to General Knowledge, Teaching Aptitude, Language (English and Telugu), Mathematics, and Environmental Studies. The syllabus can be obtained from the official notification or the official website.

The exam duration can vary, but it's usually around 2 hours.

As of my last update in September 2021, there is no information about negative marking in the AP DEECET exam. However, it's important to verify this information from the latest official sources.

The selection process typically involves the DEECET entrance exam. Candidates who qualify the exam are usually called for counseling based on their ranks. During counseling, candidates can choose their preferred colleges and courses based on their ranks and availability of seats.

The duration of the AP DEECET exam can vary from year to year, but it's typically around 2 hours.

The time allotted for each section of the AP DEECET exam can vary. The exam is divided into different subjects, and the time distribution among these subjects can be found in the exam instructions provided on the day of the exam.

Yes, there is usually a separate time limit for each subject in the AP DEECET exam. The exam paper is typically divided into sections for different subjects, and candidates are expected to complete the questions within the allotted time for each section.

Within each section, you have the flexibility to manage your time as you see fit. You can choose how much time to allocate to each question based on your confidence and familiarity with the topics.

As of my last update in September 2021, there is usually no designated break during the AP DEECET exam. However, this can vary depending on the specific instructions provided by the exam authorities.

It's important to manage your time wisely during the exam to ensure you have enough time to attempt all the questions in each section. If you don't finish a section within the allotted time, you might have to leave some questions unanswered.

Generally, most entrance exams, including AP DEECET, allow you to navigate between different sections of the exam. You can typically go back and forth to review and revise your answers within the time limit of each section.
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