CSU Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed) SAET 2021 Syllabus: Central Sanskrit University releases the detailed syllabus of the Shiksha Acharya Entrance Test (SAET) online at the official website sanskrit.ac.in. The examination is conducted for admission to the M.Ed program at the University. CSU SAET 2021 Syllabus is available here in this article with direct links to download the PDF. Candidates must know about the subjects included and the indicative topics of the exam for preparations. The exam is conducted as an offline test on OMR sheets. Candidates have to secure at least 50% marks on each paper in order to qualify for the exam. Get the complete details of the CSU Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed) SAET 2021 Syllabus and Exam Pattern as per the latest prospectus here.
CSU Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed) SAET 2021 Syllabus
CSU conducts the Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed) SAET exam in the offline mode across centres in India. As such, All India basis merit list is compiled on the basis of applicants’ merit in the exam. The syllabus of both papers of the exam is provided here below.
CSU SAET 2021 Syllabus of Part 1
- Competency in Sanskrit Language (25 marks)
- Educational Psychology (25 marks)
- General Knowledge related to Education (25 marks)
- Teaching of Sanskrit (25 marks)
CSU SAET 2021 Syllabus of Part 2
- Linguistic components of Sanskrit (10 marks)
- Outline of Prose/Poetry lessons plan (10 marks)
- Action research project on a given topic (20 marks)
- Preparing a balanced question paper on a given subject (10 marks)
Indicative Topics of CSU SAET 2021 Part 1 Syllabus
|Competency in the Sanskrit Language||Maheshwara Sutras|
Case endings and Upa-pada case endings
Casual & Desiderivative suffixes
Change of Voice
|Educational Psychology||Definitions of Psyschology|
Schools of Psychology
Age wise characteristics of a child
Learning concepts, characteristics
Motivation – characteristics, techniques, devices
Intelligence – Theories, measurement, testing intelligence
Personality – Meaning, nature and measuring
|General Knowledge related to Education||Educational institutes|
NCF School Education 2005
NCF Teacher Education 2009
Problems of Education
Types of Education
Teacher – Education, In-service training
Various education commissions
National Literacy Missions
Adult Education Institutions
|Teaching of Sanskrit||Teaching of Sanskrit|
Concept of Text Books
Teaching Methods – Objectives, steps
Steps of the lesson plan
CSU Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed) SAET 2021 Exam Pattern
Central Sanskrit University conducts the SAET exam in the form of an offline test. Candidates are provided question booklets containing the question paper and OMR sheets to answer the objective type questions. On the other hand, for answering the descriptive questions, candidates are provided separate sheets upon completion of the first paper. Candidates can check the detailed exam pattern here below.
|Exam Mode||Offline (OMR Sheet based)|
|Duration||1.5 Hours for Part A|
1 Hour for Part B
|No. of Papers||Part A and Part B|
|Type of Questions||Part A – Objective type|
Part B – Descriptive type
|Total Marks||Part A – 100 marks|
Part B – 50 marks
Marks distribution in Part 1
|Sanskrit Language Competency||25 marks|
|Educational Psychology||25 marks|
|General Knowledge related to education||25 marks|
|Teaching of Sanskrit||25 marks|
Marks distribution in Part 2
|Linguistic components of Sanskrit||10 marks|
|Outline of prose/poetry lessons plan||10 marks|
|Action Research project on a given topic||20 marks|
|Preparing a balanced question paper on a given subject||25 marks|
CSU SAET 2021 Minimum Qualifying Marks
- Candidates must secure at least 50% marks in each part of the SAET exam separately.
- Candidates must also secure at least 50% aggregate marks in both parts taken together.
About CSU Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed) SAET 2021
Central University conduct the Shiksha Acharya Entrance Test (SAET) for admission to Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed) program in campuses of the University. As of 2021, there are 100 seats available for admission distributed equally between the campuses in Bhopal and Jaipur. SAET is conducted in the offline mode in centres across India. There are two parts to the question paper. Part 1 is all objective type while Part 2 is all descriptive type. Candidates are required to secure 50% in each part separately and in aggregate in order to qualify. Those who fail to secure at least 50% in the first part are not considered for evaluation of the second part of the exam.
Ans. There are two parts, where the Part 1 is all objective and Part 2 is all descriptive.
Ans. The syllabus can be downloaded from this page here or from the official website.
Ans. The official website is sanskrit.nic.in.
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