Exam Date

To Be Announced

Application Date


Result Date

Exam Description


In the two (2) year Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.) Course, SCERT Assam conducts a state level entrance examination for admission.D.El.Ed PET is kept in offline mode in which 100 MCQs must be resolved in 120 minutes by candidates.

Entrance Exam Highlights:



Organized by


Exam Type

State Level


once a year

Official Website

Mode of Registration


Exam Mode


Total Questions

100 Questions

Negative marking



English, Sanskrit and Hindi

Exam pattern

MCQ type

Score Validity

One year


Important Dates for SCERT Assam:


SCERT Assam D.El.Ed Application Form 2021

Dates (Tentative)

Commencement of Registration

March, 2021

Last date to submit Application Form

Not Announced Yet


To Be announced


Application Fee: Rs. 400.00 (Rupees four hundred only) for all categories to be Paid online (Internet Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card/Wallet).


Eligibility Criteria for SCERT Assam:


Candidates can check the eligibility criteria required for D.El.Ed PET 2021 from below.

  • Residence: The applicants must be Indian nationals and permanent Assamese residents.
  • Age: The applicant should be 18 years of age and not more than 34 years of age (36 years for the SC/ST category) as of 1 July 2020.
  • Educational Qualification: Candidate must have obtained 50% aggregate marks (45% in case of SC/ST category candidates) in12th grade from a recognized board.


Documents Required:

The documents referred to below must be available to the applicant before or at the time of filling out the PET application form.

  • Class 10th Mark sheet and Certificate
  • Class 12th Mark sheet
  • Degree/ PG Mark sheet
  • A valid Email ID
  • An active Mobile Number




  • There are two parts of the test: Section-I and Section-II.
  • Total Marks-100
  • Time 2 hours
  • Type of question----------------------MCQ
  • Number of question -----------------100
  • Mark carried by each question----- 1

Marking system:

Section: I ------ 35 marks

  • General English 10 marks
  • General Knowledge 15 marks
  • Reasoning 10 marks

 Section: II ------- 65 marks

  • General Mathematics 15 marks
  • General Science & EVS 15 marks
  • Social Science 20 marks
  • Language (Assamese/Bangla/Bodo) 15 marks



  • General English: vocabulary, tenses, verbs, preparation, understanding, change of voice,
  • narration, adverbs, synonyms, antonyms
  • Common Knowledge: Current affairs, who is who, abbreviations, Indian constitution,
  • History of Assam, Inventions and discoveries, Sports. Art and culture, Every day Science,
  •  World Organisations, Geography of India, Commissions and Committees on Education, New
  • Educational Initiatives, Educational Organizations
  • Reasoning: Logical and analytical reasoning ,pattern etc.



 A. Mathematics:

  • Numbers: natural, whole, even and odd numbers, numbers of prime and composite, position

Value, four fundamental operations of number, factors and multiples, prime factors, LCM and HCF, ascending and descending order.

  •  Fractions: Fraction definition and its applications,
  • Percentage: percentage definition, problem solving involving percentage, benefit and loss.
  • Money: Cash idea, addressing money-related issues.
  • Geometry: sides, angle shapes, triangle types, quadrilateral types, circular forms.
  • Measurement: different geometric figures' length, area, volume and perimeter,
  • Measurement of weight and time.
  • Handling of data: data representation, bar diagram, pie diagram.
  • Square & square root: square root definition, square root problem solving.
  • Ratio and proportion
  • Simple algebraic equation.

B. Science & Environmental Science

  • Natural and Social Environment,
  • Factors influencing environment.
  • Causes of environmental degradation: contamination of air, water, sound, and soil.
  • Bio-diversity
  • Environmental issues: flooding, erosion, earthquakes, deforestation, population explosions.
  • Environmental security-Provision of the Constitution, Protection Acts, Position of individuals and
  • Local bodies, NGOs and Government.
  • Different states and attributes of matter, physical and chemical transformation,
  • Chemical reaction,
  • Force, energy, motion
  • Cell--Plant and animal cell, structures
  • Adaptation in plants, reproduction in plants
  • Microorganism
  • Heat and temperature, measurement of temperature
  • Acid, Bases and Salt
  • Light and Reflections
  • Weather and climate
  • Respiration in organism and in plants

C. Social Science

  • Natural and human resources
  • Atmosphere and its different layers
  • India's liberation movement and India's position
  • Constitution of India and its importance
  • Democracy and its principles
  • Rise and fall of Ahom kingdom
  • Ancient urban civilization
  • Government : State and Central
  • Earth and its structure
  • Consumer protection and right
  • The position of financial institutions in society's socioeconomic development
  • Transport and communication
  • Agricultural and Industrial development
  • India after independence
  • Contribution to socioeconomic growth in Assam by mediaeval administrators .

 D, Language

  • Objectives of Language learning
  • Importance of language learning
  • Application of phrases and idioms
  • Language learning skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing skill).
  • Methods of language teaching
  • Difference between home language and mother tongue
  • Suffix, prefix, gender, two-word coalescence according to grammar rules (sandhi)
  • The verb and number (singular and plural)
  • Reading Comprehension Test