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KVS Recruitment 2018

KVS Recruitment 2018 Vacancies Details:

IMPORTANT DATES:

Start Date to Apply Online 24-08-2018
Last Date to Apply Online 13-09-2018 at 11:59 PM

 

KVS Recruitment 2018 – Apply Online for 8339 posts of Principal, Vice Principal, PGT, TGT, PRT, Librarian. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), New Delhi has announced a notification for the recruitment of vacancies on direct recruitment basis. Eligible Indian Citizens may apply online from 24-08-2018 to 13-09-2018 at 11:59 PM. Other details like age, educational qualification, selection process, fee & how to apply are given below…

Total No. of Posts: 8339

Post Code Post UR SC ST OBC Total OH VH HH Other Pay Level (as per 7thCPC) Upper Age limit (As on 30.09.2018)
1 Principal (Group A) 41 11 05 19 76 02 0 02 0 Level-12 Rs 78800- Rs 209200 50 years
2 Vice Principal (Group A) 117 31 15 57 220 03 03 02 0 Level-10 Rs 56100-Rs 177500 45 years
3 PGTs (Group B) 277 95 48 172 592 08 04 0 0 Level-8 Rs 47600- Rs 151100 40 Years
4 TGTs (Group B) 938 300 142 520 1900 25 18 2 1 Level-7

Rs 44900- Rs 142400

35 Years
5 PRT Group B 2672 798 399 1431 5300 80 80 0 0 Level-6

Rs 35400 Rs 112400

30 Years
6 PRT (Music) Group B 101 31 15 54 201 3 3 0 0 Level-6

Rs 35400- Rs 112400

30 Years
7 Librarian (Group-B) 24 08 04 14 50 01 0 01 0 Level-7

Rs 44900- Rs 142400

35 Years

 

Age Limit:

Candidates upper age should be 50 years for Post 1, 45 years for Post 2, 40 years for Post 3, 35 years for Post 4, 7, 30 years for Post 5, 6 as on 30-09-2018. Age relaxation is applicable for SC/ ST/ OBC/ PH & Ex-Serviceman candidates as per Govt. of India rules.

 

Educational Qualification:

  1. Principal: (a) i) Master Degree from recognized university with at least 45% marks in aggregate. ii) B.Ed or equivalent teaching degree.

(b) Experience: (i) Persons holding analogous posts or posts of Principals in Central/State Govt./ Autonomous organizations of Central/State Govt. in the Pay Band of Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay of Rs.7600;

OR

(ii)Vice-Principal/Asstt. Education Officers in Central/State Govt./ Autonomous organizations of Central/State Govt. in the pay band of Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade pay

of Rs. 5400 with combined services of 05 years as PGT and 02 year as Vice-Principal.

OR

(iii) Persons holding posts of PGTs or Lecturer in Central/State Govt./ Autonomous organizations of Central/State Govt. in the pay band of Rs. 9300-34800 with Grade Pay Rs. 4800 or equivalent with at least 8 years’ regular service in the aforesaid grade.

OR

(iv) 15 years combined regular services as TGT in the Pay band of Rs. 9300-34800/- with

Grade Pay of Rs. 4600/- and PGT in the Pay Band of Rs. 9300-34800/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 4800/- out of which 03 years as PGT.

  1. Vice Principal: Aspirants should have pursued post graduation/should be holding a master’s degree. They should possess five years of PGT experience
  2. PGTs: (a) Two Year Integrated Post Graduate M.Sc. Course of Regional College of Education of NCERT in the concerned subject.

OR

Master’s Degree from a recognized university with at least 50% marks in aggregate in the following subjects.

(b) B.Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University.

(c) Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English media.

Note: Candidates having Special B.Ed are not eligible for the post of PGT.

  1. TGTs:(a) Four years integrated degree course of Regional College of Education of NCERT in the concerned subject with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

OR

Bachelor’s Degree with atleast 50% marks in the concerned subject/combination of subject and in aggregate. The elective subjects and languages in the combination of subjects are as under:

(b) Pass in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Paper-II, conducted by CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose.

(c) Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English medium.

  1. PRT: i) Senior Secondary School Certificate with 50% marks and 2-years Diploma in Elementary Education (by Whatever name known)

OR

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.EDd)

OR

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education)

OR

Graduation with atleast 50% marks and Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)

  1. ii) Pass in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) conducted by the CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose.

iii) Competence to teach through Hindi & English medium.

Desirable: Knowledge of Computer Applications.

  1. PRT (Music):
  2. i) Senior Secondary School Certificate with 50% marks or Intermediate with 50% marks or its equivalent and Bachelor Degree in Music or equivalent from a recognized University.
  3. ii) Competence to teach through English/Hindi medium.

Desirable: Knowledge of Computer Applications.

  1. Librarian: Bachelors degree in Library science Or graduate with one year Diploma in Library science from a recognized institution. Working knowledge of Hindi & English, knowledge of computer application for post 11.

 

Selection Process:

Candidates will be selected based on Written Test, Computer Based Test/ Examination, Skill Test, Typing, Proficiency Test and or Interview.

How to Apply:

Eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.kvsangathan.nic.in from 24-08-2018 to 13-09-2018 at 11:59 PM.

 

  1. Principal

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration:       150 Minutes

Total Questions:    150 Objective type multiple choice questions

Total Marks:          150 Marks

Section name (Nature of Questions) Mark per item No. of item
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II:

1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs

2. Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

Part-III Education (50 Marks)

a) Child Development and Pedagogy (10)

(i) Development of Child

Development, Growth & Maturation — Concept & Nature, Principles of development, Factors influencing Development—Methods and approaches of child development — observation, Interview, Case study, Experimental, Cross sectional and longitudinal, Development tasks and Hazards.

(ii) Understanding Learning

Concept, Nature of Learning — input- process-outcome, Factors of Learning — Personal and Environmental, Approaches to learning and their applicability — Behaviourism (skinner, Pavlov, Thorndike) Constructivism (plaget, Vygotsky), Gestalt (Kohler, Koffka) and Observational (Bandura), Dimensions of Learning — Cognitive, Affective and Performance, Motivation and Sustenance- its role in learning, Memory & Forgetting Transfer of learning.

(iii) Pedagogical Concerns

Teaching and its relationship with learning and learner, Learners in Contexts: Situation learner in the socio- political and cultural context.

Managing behavior problems, Guidance & Counseling, Punishment and its legal implications, Right of a child, Time Management, Distinction between Assessment for Learning & Assessment of Learning, School based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: Perspective & Practice Understanding teaching & learning in the context of NCF, 2005 & Right to Education Act, 2009.

(b) PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATION (10)

(i) Acts/Rights: Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and Child Rights.

(ii) National Curriculum Framework, 2005: Perspective, Learning and Knowledge, Curricular Areas, School Stages and Assessment, School and classroom Environment and Systemic Reforms.

(iii) School Organization: Institutional Planning, principal as a leader, Teacher Quality, Linkages and Interface with other institutional and vice versa, Student Quality, Organization of Teaching, Co-curricular Activities, Office Management, Resources required for a good school, Organizational Climate, Evaluation, Job satisfaction of the staff.

(c) TEACHING METHODOLOGY (10)

(i) Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.

(ii) Planning: Instructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan,. Lesson Plan

(iii) Instructional material and resources: Text Books, Work books, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs- Museums- Community, Information and Communication Technology.

(iv) Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and Interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.

4. Inclusive Education -(05)

(i) Understanding diversities: concept types (disability as a dimension of diversity)

(ii) Disability as a social construct, classification of disability and its educational implications.

a) Sensory Impairment (Hearing impairment, Visual Impairment and Deaf Blind)

b) Cognitive disabilities: (Autism, Spectrum, Disorder, Intellectual Disability and Specific Learning Disability)

c)    Physical Disabilities: cerebral palsy and loco motor)

(iii) Philosophy of inclusion with special reference to children with disability.

(iv) Process of inclusion: concern issues across disabilities.

(v) Constitutional Provisions

5. Assessment for Learning-(10)

(i) Basis concept and Overview

(ii) Analysis of existing practices of Assessment

(iii) Assessment in the classroom and recordkeeping.

(iv) Feedback

6. Education & Technology -(05)

(i) Understanding educational technology

(ii) Communication & interaction

(iii) Model of Teaching and Teaching Learning Aids.

(iv) Innovation in Educational Technology

01 mark per question 50 questions
Part- IV. Administration and Finance (50 Marks)

(I) CCS (CCA) Rules

(ii) CCS (Conduct) Rules

(iii) Fundamental & Supplementary Rules

(iv) TA. Rules

(v) LTC, Rules

(vi) Medical Attendance Rules

(vii) Pension Rules & New Pension Rules

(viii) GFR – Purchase Procedure.

(ix) Income Tax & GST

01 mark per question 50 questions

 

Interview: 60 Marks

Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.

 

  1. Vice Principal

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration       150 Minutes

 Total Questions    150 Objective type multiple choice questions

 Total Marks          150 Marks

 

Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II :

1. General knowledge & Current Affairs

2. Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

Part-III : Education (50 Marks)

a) Child Development and Pedagogy (10)

(i)Development of Child

Development, Growth & Maturation — Concept & Nature, Principles of development, Factors influencing Development—Methods and approaches of child development — observation, Interview, Case study, Experimental, Cross sectional and longitudinal, Development tasks and Hazards.

(ii) Understanding Learning

Concept, Nature of Learning — input- process-outcome, Factors of Learning — Personal and Environmental, Approaches to learning and their applicability — Behaviourism (skinner, Pavlov, Thorndike) Constructivism (plaget, Vygotsky), Gestalt (Kohler, Koffka) and Observational (Bandura), Dimensions of Learning — Cognitive, Affective and Performance, Motivation and Sustenance- its role in learning, Memory & Forgetting, Transfer of Learning.

(iii) Pedagogical Concerns

Teaching and its relationship with learning and learner, Learners in Contexts: Situation learner in the socio- political and cultural context.

Managing behavior problems, Guidance & Counseling, Punishment and its legal implications, Right of a child, Time Management, Distinction between Assessment for Learning & Assessment of Learning, School based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: Perspective & Practice Understanding teaching & learning in the context of NCF, 2005 & Right to Education Act, 2009.

(b) PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATION (10)

(i) Acts/ Rights: Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and Child Rights.

(ii) National Curriculum Framework, 2005: Perspective, Learning and Knowledge, Curricular Areas, School Stages and Assessment, School and classroom Environment and Systemic Reforms.

(iii) School Organization: Institutional Planning, principal as a leader, Teacher Quality, Linkages and Interface with other institutional and vice versa, Student Quality, Organization of Teaching, Co-curricular Activities, Office Management, Resources required for a good school, Organizational Climate, Evaluation, Job satisfaction of the staff.

(c) TEACHING METHODOLOGY (10)

(i) Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.

(ii) Planning: Instructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan, Lesson Plan

(iii) Instructional material and resources: Text Books, Work books, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs-                              Museums- Community, Information and Communication Technology.

(iv) Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and Interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.

4. Inclusive Education —(05)

(1) Understanding diversities: concept types (disability as a dimension of diversity)

(ii) Disability as a social construct, classification of disability and its educational implications.

a) Sensory impairment (Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment and Deaf Blind)

b) Cognitive Disabilities: (Autism Spectrum Disorder; Intellectual Disability and Specific Learning Disability)

c) Physical Disabilities: oelebral palsy and loco motor)

(iii) Philosophy of inclusion with special reference to children with disability.

(iv) Process of inclusion: concern issues across disabilities.

(v) Constitutional Provisions

5. Assessment for Learning-(10)

(i) Basis concept and Overview

(ii) Analysis of existing practices of Assessment

(iii) Assessment in the classroom and recordkeeping.

(iv) Feedback

6. Education & Technology —(05)

(i) Understanding educational technology

(ii) Communication & interaction

(iii) Mode! of Teaching and Teaching Learning Aids.

(iv) Innovation in Educational Technology

01 mark per question 50 questions
Part-VI Administration and Finance (50 Marks)

CCS (CCA) Rules

(ii) CCS (Conduct) Rules

(iii) Fundamental & Supplementary Rules

(iv) TA. Rules

(v) LTC, Rules

(vi) Medical Attendance Rules

(vii) income Tax &GST

01 mark per question 50 questions

 

Interview: 60 Marks

Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.

 

  1. Post Graduate Teachers (PGT) (Hindi, English, History, Geography, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Commerce, Computer Science and Bio-Technology)

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

 Test Duration       150 Minutes

 Total Questions    150 Objective type multiple choice questions

 Total Marks          150 Marks

Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II:

1.General Knowledge & Current Affairs

2.Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

4. Pedagogy

Pedagogical Concerns

(a) Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.

(b) Planning: Instructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan, Lesson Plan

(c) Instructional material and resources: Text Books, Work books, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs-Museums- Community, Information and Communication Technology.

(d) Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and Interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.

(ii) Inclusive Education

(a) Understanding diversities: concept types (disability as a dimension of diversity)

(b) Disability as a social construct, classification of disability and its educational implications.

i) Sensory Impairment (Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment and Deaf Blind)

ii) Cognitive Disabilities: (Autism Spectrum Disorder; Intellectual Disability and Specific Learning Disability)

iii) Physical Disabilities: celebral palsy and loco motor)

(c) Philosophy of inclusion with special reference to children with disability.

(d) Process of inclusion: concern issues across disabilities.

(e) Constitutional Provisions

(f) Education & Technology

(III) Communication & interaction

Theory of Communication,         Types of Communication,

Communication & language, Communication in the classroom, barriers in communication.

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

20 questions

Subject concerned

(The syllabus for subject concerned is available on KVS website)

1 marks per question 80 questions

 

Interview: 60 Marks

Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.

 

 

 

 

  1. Trained Graduate Teachers (TGT) (English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Sanskrit)

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration        150 Minutes

Total Questions     150 Objective type multiple choice questions

Total Marks           150 Marks

Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II :

1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs

2. Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

4. Pedagogy

(I) Pedagogical Concerns

(a) Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.

(b) Planning: Instructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan, Lesson Plan

(c) Instructional material and resources: Text Books, Work books, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs, Museums, Community, Information and Communication Technology.

(d) Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and Interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.

(ii) Inclusive Education

(a) Understanding diversities: concept types (disability as a dimension of diversity)

(b) Disability as a social construct, classification of disability and its educational implications.

i) Sensory Impairment (Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment and Deaf Blind)

ii) Cognitive Disabilities: (Autism Spectrum Disorder; Intellectual Disability and Specific Learning Disability)

iii) Physical Disabilities: celebral palsy and loco motor

(c) Philosophy of inclusion with special reference to children with disability.

(d) Process of inclusion: concern issues across disabilities.

(e) Constitutional Provisions

(iii) Communication & interaction

Theory of Communication, Types of Communication, Communication & language, Communication in the classroom, barriers in communication.

(iv) Understanding Learning

Concept, Nature of Learning — input- process-outcome, Factors of Learning — Personal     and Environmental, Approaches to learning and their applicability — Behaviourism (skinner, Pavlov, Thorndike) Constructivism (plaget, Vygotsky), Gestalt (Kohler, Koffka) and Observational (Bandura), Dimensions of Learning — Cognitive, Affective and Performance, Motivation and Sustenance- its role in learning, Memory & Forgetting, Transfer of Learning. Design of Learning activities and classroom processes, pedagogic practices, and creating democratic learning environments that include diverse children’s knowledge and social experiences in the classroom.

01 mark per question 40 questions

40 questions

10 questions

40 questions

 

Interview : 60 Marks

Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.

 

 

 

 

  1. Trained Graduate Teachers (TGT) (Physical & Health Education, Art Education and Work Experience)

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration        150 Minutes

Total Questions     150 Objective type multiple choice questions

Total Marks           150 Marks

Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II :

1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs

2. Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

4. Subject concerned

(The Syllabus for subject concerned is available on KVS website)

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

100 questions

Interview : 60 Marks

Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.

  1. Librarian

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration        150 Minutes

Total Questions     150 Objective type multiple choice questions

Total Marks           150 Marks

Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II :

1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs

2. Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

4. Subject concerned

(The Syllabus for subject concerned is available on KVS website)

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

100 questions

 

Interview : 60 Marks

Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.

 

  1. Primary Teacher

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration        150 Minutes

Total Questions     150 Objective type multiple choice questions

Total Marks           150 Marks

Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II :

1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs

2. Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

4. Pedagogy

Childhood and development of children: Prospective in development, Physical —Motor Development, Social and Emotional development, Childhood.

(ii) Education and curriculum: Learning, Learner and Teaching, Knowledge and curriculum, Facilitating personal growth, application in teaching, Knowledge and Methods of enquiry, Learners and their context, Pedagogic practice and the process of Learning ICT in education.

(iii) Methodology: Understanding Language and early Literacy, Mathematics Education for primary school child, Listening and Speaking, Reading, Writing, Language and Communication, Planning for Teaching, Classroom Management.

(iv) Diversity, Gender and Inclusive Education: Inclusive Education, Children with Special Needs, Gender, School and Society.

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

20 questions

Subject concerned

(The syllabus for subject .concerned is available on KVS website)

01 mark per question 80 questions

 

Interview : 60 Marks

Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and interview will be 85:15.

 

  1. Primary Teacher (Music)

Test Duration        150 Minutes

Total Questions     150 Objective type multiple choice questions

Total Marks           150 Marks

Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I :

1. General English

2. General Hindi

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

Part-II :

1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs

2. Reasoning Ability

3. Computer Literacy

4. Subject concerned (Musicology)

01 mark per question 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

100 questions

 

Interview: 60 Marks

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