WBSSC Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Selection Process 2016-2017: For Assistant Teacher posts in West Bengal School, official notification has been published at main.westbengalssc.com. Candidates who were waiting and preparing for teaching jobs in West Bengal are now searching for latest updates in the WBSSC Exam Pattern 2016-17 as per the changes made in the various topics and contents. The key to success in any exam lies in the syllabus of the paper, so here we are providing the WBSSC Assistant Teacher Syllabus 2016-17 and WBSSC Selection Process 2016-17. So, they’d able to crack the exam easily.
Two Exams are conducted under WBSSC-
- Pass Exam
WBSSC Exam Pattern, Syllabus and Selection Process Details:
- Recruitment Board Name: West Bengal School Service Commission
- Post Name: Assistant Teacher
- Job Location: West Bengal
- Job Type: State-Based job
- Category: Syllabus, Exam pattern & syllabus
- Official Website: main.westbengalssc.com
WBSSC 2016 Admit Card Release Date: 10-12 days before exam
WBSSC Assistant Teacher Exam Date: Will be Updated soon
WBSSC Result 2016-17 Date: Approximate 40-50 days after exam
West Bengal Exam Pattern, Get WBCSSC Syllabus, Check West Bengal Assistant Teacher Selection Process
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WBSSC Assistant Teacher Physical Education (pass) Syllabus 2016-17
- Fundamentals of Physical Education
- Historical Aspects
- Psychological Aspects
- Social Aspects
- Anatomical & Physiological Aspects
- Health and Health Education
- Teaching Methodology
- Management Aspects
- Recreation and Outdoor Education
- Aspects of Sports Training
- Developmental, corrective and therapeutic exercises
- Test & Measurement
- Special Physical Education
WBSSC Assistant Teacher Work Education(Pass) Syllabus 2016-17
- Candidates with graduation in Visual Arts, have to answer from Group A & Group C
- Candidates with Graduation in Performing Arts, have to answer from Group A & Group D
- Candidates with Graduation other than Visual Arts and Performing Arts, have to answer from Group A & Group B
(i) Place of Work experience in General Education as envisaged by the Education Commission 1964-66
(ii) Concept of Socially Useful Productive Work as designed by I.B. Patel Committee.
(i) Purpose of Work Education as an Activity-approach in the curriculum of Secondary Education in West Bengal.
(ii) Difference of Work Education with Vocational Education – Pre-vocational experience.
Bases of Work Education-philosophical, psychological and sociological. The ‘Four Pillars’ of educational foundation as determined by UNESCO’s
International Commission on Education Chaired by Jacques Defors (1996). Learning to know, to do to live together and to be – Work Education integrates all these four pillars.
Behavioural changes expected out of the Programme of Work Education –development of attitude, acquisition of skill and gaining of knowledge.
(i) A general idea of the syllabus in Work Education prescribed for West Bengal, with a good grounding in the projects, included in the syllabus at (a) the Exposure Stage and (b) the Involvement Stage.
(ii) Scope for a change in existing syllabus.
Project method applied in teaching Work Education – how to integrate, Discussion Method, Demonstration Method and Socialised Recitation with Project method.
How are work projects related to other curricular subjects – need for involvement of the Headmaster, other subject teachers and parents.
Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience – improvised low-cost teaching aids application of other media in implementing projects.
(i) Consideration for selecting work project in (a) urban school and (b) moffusil school
(ii) Occupational exploration and field-study
(iii) Utilisation of human and material resources
(iv) Difficulties, if any, faced by schools in implementing work projects – Suggestions for overcoming those difficulties.
(i) Assessment of procedure in Work Education – tools for evaluation-present system.
(ii) Suggestions for improvement in evaluation process – feasibility or not of introducing a short written test ( of, say, 20 marks) instead of viva-voce, of the Final Madhyamik Pariksha.
WBSSC Assistant Teacher Agriculture(Hons/PG) Syllabus 2016-17
- Basic Concepts of Crop Husbandry
- Tillage and Tillage Operations
- Soil and Soil Management
- Nutrient Management
- Water Management
- Crop Protection
- Agronomic Practices of Field Crops
- Cropping Systems and Patterns
- Operations Barga
Note: For the subject related topics, refer various book of popular authors, that is available in the market.
WBSSC Assistant Teacher Selection Process 2016-17: Applicants will be selected on the basis of their performance in selection rounds. The Selection rounds are as follows:
Written Exam(Pass and Hons/PG)
Academic & Professional Qualification Merits
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WBSSC Exam Pattern 2016, Assistant Teacher Syllabus, Selection Process
The detailed information of WBSSC Assistant Teacher Exam Pattern 2016-17 and WBSSC Teacher Syllabus 2016 for the multiple-choice type examination has been mentioned for the applied candidates. Applicants should keep in mind that West Bengal Teacher 2016 Selection process for Assistant Teacher is different from another exam, candidates will be selected on the basis of performance in selection procedure mentioned above. For more information of WBSSC 2016 Pattern, Syllabus, Selection Process, stay connected with us.