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  • Comprehensive course for NTET preparation in Ayurveda
  • Designed for aspiring educators and post-graduate degree holders
  • Modules include Teaching & Training, Communication, Classroom Management, and more
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  • Free Printed Guide Book: After successful enrollment, a printed book – Secure NTET will be provided free of cost worth INR 990.
  • Expert guidance and personalized support throughout the course
  • Free Digital Notes covering entire NTET syllabus. Printed version of this notes can be ordered separately.
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Are you ready to embark on a fulfilling journey towards becoming a proficient educator in the field of Ayurveda? Our comprehensive course, “NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda),” is meticulously designed to equip you with the essential skills and knowledge required to excel in the National Teacher’s Eligibility Test (NTET) and pursue a rewarding career as an Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor in the Indian System of Medicine.

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“Unlock Your Teaching Potential with NTET preparation Course in Ayurveda”

Prepare effectively for the National Teacher’s Eligibility Test (NTET) in Ayurveda with our comprehensive 45-day course. Designed for aspiring educators and post-graduate degree holders in Ayurveda, this program covers essential modules such as Teaching & Training, Communication, Classroom Management, and more. Benefit from pre-recorded videos, live interactive sessions, and expert guidance to excel in your teaching career. Enroll now and take the first step towards becoming a proficient Ayurveda educator.

Eligibility Criteria – NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda)

  1. Aspiring Educators: Individuals aspiring to enter the teaching profession for the first time in Indian System of Medicine, possessing the qualifications specified by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine, are eligible to apply.
  2. Post-graduate Degree Holders: Graduates who have completed thirty months of a Post-graduate Degree program or hold an MD/MS/PhD in Ayurveda are eligible to appear for this examination.

Course Overview – NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda)

Our intensive 45-day course comprises eight meticulously curated modules, each focusing on key aspects of teaching methodology, educational psychology, and government policies:

  1. Teaching & Training: Master the art of effective teaching methodologies tailored to the Ayurveda discipline.
  2. Communication: Enhance your communication skills to engage and interact effectively with students and peers.
  3. Classroom Management: Learn techniques for creating a conducive learning environment and managing classroom dynamics.
  4. Assessment Methods and Educational Technologies: Explore innovative assessment methods and integrate educational technologies into your teaching practices.
  5. Educational Psychology: Gain insights into the psychological principles underlying teaching and learning processes.
  6. Andragogy in Education: Understand adult learning principles and apply them to your teaching strategies.
  7. Learning and Pedagogy: Delve into theories of learning and pedagogical approaches to optimize student outcomes.
  8. Educational Policies of Govt of India: Stay abreast of the latest educational policies and initiatives by the Government of India.

Course Features – NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda)

  • Pre-recorded Videos: Access high-quality instructional videos covering each module at your convenience. This is the best feature ofΒ  NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda) by Ayurved Bharati.
  • Free Printed Guide Book: After successful enrollment, a printed book – Secure NTET will be provided free of cost worth INR 990.
  • Live Interactive Sessions: Engage in live discussions, Q&A sessions, and collaborative learning with experienced educators whenever required.
  • Expert Guidance: Benefit from guidance and support from seasoned professionals in the field of Ayurveda education.
  • Comprehensive Study Materials: Access digital study materials covering the entire NTET syllabus to reinforce your learning.
  • Dedicated Support: Receive personalized support and feedback throughout your learning journey.

Course Language

  • Notes in English, Lecture in Hinglish (Hindi English mix)

Course Validity

  • 1 year or exam date (whichever is earlier)

About NTET NCISM (National Teachers’ Eligibility Test)Β 

Guidelines for conducting the National Teachers’ Eligibility Test (NTET) by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM):

  1. Minimum Qualifications: The National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM) has laid down minimum qualifications for individuals aspiring to be appointed as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor in Indian System of Medicine Institutions. One of the essential qualifications is qualifying the National Teachers’ Eligibility Test (NTET).
  2. Designated Authority: The NTET will be conducted by the NCISM designated authority.
  3. Framework: The NTET will adhere to the framework established by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM) in accordance with the provisions of the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (National Examinations for Indian System of Medicine) Regulations, 2023.
  4. Notification: The notification regarding the NTET and its guidelines was issued on December 20, 2023, under the National Commission For Indian System Of Medicine Act, 2020.
  5. Appointment Eligibility: To be eligible for appointment as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor in Indian System of Medicine Institutions for the first time, candidates must qualify the NTET as per the guidelines provided by NCISM.
  6. Preliminary Information Brochure: A preliminary information brochure regarding the NTET is attached to the communication for dissemination among all concerned parties.

These guidelines ensure that individuals seeking teaching positions in Indian System of Medicine Institutions meet the requisite standards and qualifications set forth by the NCISM through the NTET process.

Preliminary Information for Conducting National Teachers’ Eligibility Test (NTET)

Background and Rationale

The enactment of the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine Act, 2020 signifies a commitment to ensuring access to quality and affordable medical education, as well as the availability of competent and proficient medical professionals within the Indian System of Medicine. It is imperative to ascertain that individuals appointed as Assistant Professors, Associate Professors, and Professors possess the necessary aptitude and capabilities to effectively meet the challenges inherent in teaching at Ayurveda, Unani, and Siddha Colleges.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Eligibility for appointment as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor in ISM Institutions is contingent upon qualifying the NTET. This requirement applies to candidates meeting the criteria outlined in the Minimum Standards of Undergraduate Ayurveda Education Regulations, 2022; Minimum Standards of Undergraduate Unani Education Regulations, 2022; and Minimum Standards of Undergraduate Siddha Education Regulations, 2022.

Rationale of NTET

  1. Ability to Address Diversified Students: NTET aims to equip teachers with the capacity to effectively engage with students from diverse backgrounds.
  2. Mastery of Subject Matter: Successful NTET candidates are expected to possess the ability to impart knowledge and expertise while demonstrating mastery of their respective subjects.
  3. Setting High Expectations: NTET endeavors to foster an environment where teachers set high expectations for all students, motivating them to strive for academic excellence.

Conduct of NTET

The NTET examination will be administered by a professional body designated by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM) for this purpose. The examination will adhere strictly to the guidelines outlined herein.

This preliminary information sets the stage for the forthcoming NTET, highlighting its significance, objectives, and adherence to established guidelines. Candidates are encouraged to prepare diligently and meet the requisite standards for appointment as educators in ISM Institutions.

Structure and Content of NTET

The National Teachers’ Eligibility Test (NTET) is designed to evaluate various aspects of teaching competence and pedagogical skills essential for effective teaching in Ayurveda, Unani, and Siddha Colleges. Below are the key components of the NTET:

  1. Assessment Areas: The NTET aims to assess the following areas:
    • Teaching aptitude
    • Communication skills
    • Classroom management
    • Teaching, training, and assessment technology
    • Student psychology
    • Andragogy and pedagogy
  2. Test Format:
    • The NTET will be an aptitude-based test.
    • All questions will be in the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) format, with each question carrying one mark.
    • There will be four alternatives provided for each question, with one correct answer.
    • There will be no negative marking for incorrect answers.
  3. Number of Questions:
    • The NTET will consist of 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) covering the topics mentioned in the table below.
  4. Duration:
    • The duration of the examination will be 120 minutes (2 hours).
  5. Language:
    • The question paper will be provided in both English and Hindi languages to accommodate candidates’ preferences.

The NTET examination is designed to ensure that aspiring Assistant Professors, Associate Professors, and Professors in Indian System of Medicine Institutions possess the necessary aptitude, skills, and knowledge to excel in their teaching roles.

Contents for NTET Examination:

Content Areas
Teaching Aptitude
Communication Skills
Classroom Management
Teaching, Training, and Assessment Technology
Student Psychology
Andragogy and Pedagogy

These content areas collectively address the diverse facets of effective teaching and pedagogy specific to the field of Indian System of Medicine.

The structure and content of the NTET aim to uphold the standards of quality medical education and ensure that qualified professionals contribute to the advancement of Ayurveda.

Qualifying Marks:

  • A person who secures 50% or above in the NTET will be considered as NTET qualified.

Applicability:

  • Qualifying in NTET shall be a mandatory requirement for appointment as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor in Institutions of Indian System of Medicine at the entry level.

Frequency of Conduct and Validity Period:

  • NTET shall be conducted ordinarily in the month of May every year.
  • The teacher’s eligibility acquired through NTET shall be valid for a period of ten years from the date of qualifying the National Teachers’ Eligibility Test for Indian System of Medicine.
  • If any person fails to join within a period of ten years or has a break of ten years or more in the teaching profession, they shall have to qualify once again in the National Teachers’ Eligibility Test for Indian System of Medicine to join or re-join the teaching profession.
  • NTET may be appeared for any number of times to obtain eligibility for the teaching profession.

These guidelines ensure that individuals who aspire to teach in Institutions of Indian System of Medicine meet the requisite standards and qualifications set forth by the NTET process.

NTET Certificate:

The NTET certificate will be electronically generated and issued to the candidates as follows:

A. Qualified PG Degree Holders:

  • Qualified PG degree holders will download their NTET Certificate after the publication of NTET results, as specified by NCISM.

B. PG Students who Qualified NTET:

  • PG students who have qualified NTET will be able to download the NTET Certificate after the publication of NTET results and after uploading the provisional/degree certificate of their Post-Graduate degree.

This process ensures that qualified candidates receive their NTET certificates promptly, facilitating their eligibility for appointments as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor in Institutions of Indian System of Medicine.

Invest in Your Future | NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda)

Invest in your future as an Ayurveda educator with our “NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda)” course. Enroll now and embark on a transformative learning experience that will empower you to inspire the next generation of Ayurvedic practitioners.

Don’t miss this opportunity to unlock your full potential in the field of Ayurveda education. Enroll today and take the first step towards a rewarding career in teaching.

FAQs regarding the National Teachers’ Eligibility Test (NTET) for Indian System of Medicine:

  1. What is the purpose of the NTET for Indian System of Medicine?
    • The NTET aims to ensure that individuals aspiring to teach in Institutions of Indian System of Medicine possess the necessary aptitude, skills, and knowledge to excel in their teaching roles.
  2. Who is eligible to take the NTET for Indian System of Medicine?
    • Individuals meeting the eligibility criteria specified by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM) can take the NTET. Post Graduation and research scholars in Ayurveda (MD/ MS/ PhD in Ayurveda) are eligible for NTET.
  3. How is the NTET different from other teaching eligibility tests?
    • The NTET is specifically tailored for individuals seeking teaching positions in Institutions of Indian System of Medicine, focusing on the unique requirements and competencies of this field.
  4. What are the key areas assessed in the NTET examination?
    • The NTET assesses teaching aptitude, communication skills, classroom management, teaching methodologies, educational psychology, and other relevant areas.
  5. How many questions are there in the NTET exam, and what is the marking scheme?
    • The NTET consists of 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.
  6. What languages are available for the NTET question paper?
    • The NTET question paper is available in both English and Hindi languages.
  7. Is there any negative marking in the NTET exam?
    • No, there is no negative marking in the NTET exam.
  8. What is the qualifying marks criterion for the NTET?
    • A candidate who secures 50% or above in the NTET will be considered NTET qualified.
  9. Is there any age limit for appearing in the NTET?
    • There is no age limit for appearing in the NTET.
  10. Is the NTET certificate mandatory for teaching positions in Indian System of Medicine Institutions?
    • Yes, qualifying in the NTET is a mandatory requirement for appointment as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor in Institutions of Indian System of Medicine.
  11. How often is the NTET conducted, and what is its validity period?
    • The NTET is conducted annually in May, and the NTET certificate is valid for ten years from the date of qualification.
  12. Can candidates appear for the NTET multiple times to improve their scores?
    • Yes, candidates can appear for the NTET any number of times to obtain eligibility for the teaching profession.
  13. How and when will the NTET certificates be issued to qualified candidates?
    • NTET certificates will be electronically generated and issued to qualified candidates after the publication of NTET results, as specified by NCISM.
  14. What is the process for applying for the NTET examination?
    • The process for applying for the NTET examination typically involves registering online through the designated portal, filling out the application form, uploading necessary documents, and paying the required fees as per the guidelines provided by the NCISM.
  15. Are there any specific study materials or resources recommended for NTET preparation?
    • While the NCISM may not endorse specific study materials, candidates can enroll in Ayurved Bharati’s NTET preparation Course (Ayurveda). They provide online resources, and coaching materials tailored for NTET preparation.
  16. What happens if a candidate fails to qualify for the NTET within the validity period of their previous certificate?
    • Candidates who fail to qualify for the NTET within the validity period of their previous certificate may need to retake the NTET examination to obtain or renew their eligibility for teaching positions in Indian System of Medicine Institutions.
  17. How can candidates access their NTET results and certificates online?
    • Candidates can access their NTET results and certificates online through the official portal designated by the NCISM. They will need to log in using their credentials and follow the instructions provided to download or view their results and certificates.
  18. I am Assistant Professor at an Ayurvedic College. Do I need to qualify NTET to get promoted as Associate Professor?
    • No, the person having a Teacher’s Code by NCISM is not required to attempt and qualify NTET for promotion. This exam is for new teachers only who do not have a teacher’s code and are aspiring to become an Ayurveda teacher for the first time.

 

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