EMRS Teaching Staff Selection Exam 2021

EMRS Exam 2021 Highlights

Eklavya Model Residential Schools or EMRSs is a residential cum boarding school established to promote education in all areas and habitations in the country. EMRSs was established under The Ministry of Tribal Affairs with the objective to provide quality primary, secondary and senior secondary level education to Scheduled Tribes children in remote areas to enable them to access the best opportunities in education. Let’s check out more details about the EMRS recruitment 2021 from the detailed content below.

EMRS Teaching Staff Selection Highlights 2021

Conducting AuthorityNational Testing Agency
Website https://recruitment.nta.nic.in/WebinfoEMRSRecruitment
Posts Principal & Vice Principal,
PGT & TGT
Mode of application Online
Application window open for Registration April 01, 2021, to April 30, 2021
EMRS Exam Result To be displayed on the NTA website
EMRS Total Vacancy 3400

Advisory Due To COVID-19 Pandemic:

As the number of COVID cases is increasing, so the candidates are advised to carry the following documents and essentials with them to the exam venue.

  • Admit card along with Self Declaration that can be downloaded from the NTA Website and should be fully filled and printed on the A4 size paper
  • A transparent ball pen
  • Additional photograph, to be pasted on the attendance sheet
  • Personal hand sanitizer of 50 ml and a transparent water bottle
  • If you are a diabetic person, you are allowed to bring sugar tablets or fruits

EMRS Exam Notification 2021

EMRS recruitment 2021 is out to fill up teaching staff in its various branches in association with Central and State Governments. The EMRS recruitment of the teaching staff includes posts like Principal, Vice Principal, PGT and TGT. These posts are state specific and you should have a domicile certificate of the State from where you are applying. The National Testing Agency or NTA is the conducting authority for EMRS teaching staff selection. The EMRS notification has all details of education, age, exam pattern, syllabus and others. The online window starts from April 1, 2021 and ends on April 30, 2021. All the detailed information can be inferred below.

For EMRS Teaching Staff Selection Official Notification 2021, Click here

EMRS Exam Dates 2021

EMRS teaching staff is a good opportunity if you are looking for making a career in teaching. Since the official EMRS notification is out and the online window to fill the application form starts from April 1, 2021 and ends on April 30, 2021, so it is advised that you fill the application prior to the last date to avoid any last minute rush. Besides this, the EMRS notification also has exam date details, shift timing, application correction date and last date to pay the application fee. Further details are given in the table below.

EMRS Exam Dates 2021

EventsExam Dates
Online Registration and Payment of Online Fees
/Intimation Charges
April 01, 2021
Last date for submission of Applications April 30, 2021
Last date for successful transaction of fee
through Credit/Debit Card/Net-banking/UPI (Paytm)
May 01, 2021 (23:50 hrs)
Correction in Particulars of Application Form
on website only
May 04, 2021 to May 06, 2021
Downloading of Admit Cards from NTA website To be notified later
EMRS Date of Examinations Last week of May 2021/ First week of June 2021
EMRS Duration of Examination 180 minutes (03 hours)
Timings of Examination First shift 09:00 a.m. to 12 noon (IST)
Second Shift 03:00 p.m. to 06:00 p.m. (IST)
EMRS Exam Result To be displayed on the NTA website

EMRS Exam Pattern 2021

The EMRS teaching staff selection exam will be a computer based online test. The exam patterns for the post of Principal, Vice Principal is the same and for TGT and PGT are the same. The only difference lies in the number of questions per section and the overall time and marks. The subjects involved in the EMRS Principal and Vice Principal exam pattern are General Hindi, General English, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Computer Literacy, Quantitative Aptitude, Academic, and Administration & Finance. While for TGT and PGT the sections are - General English, General Hindi, Numerical Ability, Computer Literacy, Analytical Ability, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Subject Knowledge, and Teaching Aptitude / Pedagogy. The detailed EMRS exam pattern is given below.

EMRS Exam Pattern 2021 - (Principal)

PartName of TestNo. of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
Part - I General English 10 10 Composite time of 180 minutes
General Hindi 10 10
Part - II General Knowledge & Current Affairs 10 10
Logical Reasoning 10 10
Computer Literacy 10 10
Quantitative Aptitude Test 10 10
Part - III Academic 30 30
Part - IV Administration & Finance 70 70
Total 160 160 3 Hours

Note: Principal Exam includes Personality Test/ Interview of 40 Marks

EMRS Exam Pattern 2021 - (Vice Principal)

PartName of TestNo. of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
Part - I General English 10 10 Composite time of 180 minutes
General Hindi 10 10
Part - II General Knowledge & Current Affairs 10 10
Logical Reasoning 10 10
Computer Literacy 10 10
Quantitative Aptitude Test 10 10
Part - III Academic 60 60
Part - IV Administration & Finance 40 40
Total 160 160 3 Hours

Note: Vice-Principal Exam includes Personality Test/ Interview of 40 Marks

EMRS Exam Pattern 2021 - (PGT)

PartName of TestNo. of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
Part - I General English 10 10 Composite time of 180 minutes
General Hindi 10 10
Part - II General Knowledge & Current Affairs 10 10
Analytical Ability 15 15
Numerical Ability 10 10
Computer Literacy 5 5
Part - III Teaching Aptitude / Pedagogy 20 20
Part - IV Subject Knowledge 80 80
Total 160 160 3 Hours

Note: PGTs Exam includes Personality Test/ Interview of 40 Marks

EMRS Exam Pattern 2021 - (TGT)

PartName of TestNo. of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
Part - I General English 10 10 Composite time of 180 minutes
General Hindi 10 10
Part - II General Knowledge & Current Affairs 10 10
Analytical Ability 15 15
Numerical Ability 10 10
Computer Literacy 5 5
Part - III Teaching Aptitude / Pedagogy 20 20
Part - IV Subject Knowledge 100 100
Total 180 180 3 Hours

Note: EMRS exam papers will be available in both Hindi and English. 1 mark will be awarded to every correct answer and 0.25 will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

EMRS Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021

Before applying for EMRS recruitment 2021 for any post, you should ensure that you possess the essential qualification and professional skills required so that your application is not rejected at a later stage. Let's have a look at the eligibility criteria for EMRS notification.

The EMRS recruitment of the teaching staff includes posts like Principal, Vice Principal, PGT and TGT. These posts are state specific and you should have a domicile certificate of the State from where you are applying.

EMRS Exam Educational Criteria

If you are applying for the EMRS recruitment 2021 for any post - Principal, Vice Principal, PGT, TGT you should go through all the information thoroughly to ensure that you possess the essential and desirable qualifications as well as the professional qualification to appear for the online exam along with the necessary experience if applicable. You need to possess a Master or Graduate Degree in a relevant field with a specified percentage as mentioned. In case you are applying for the post of TGTs, you should have a valid STET/CTET-Paper -II certificate. Detailed information for EMRS educational criteria is provided below.

PostEducational Criteria
Principal
  • Master's degree from a recognized university / institute, and
  • B.Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University, and
  • Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English medium, and
  • Persons working in any of the Govt. / Semi-Govt./Govt. recognized / CBSE affiliated Sr. Secondary (10+2) schools / Inter College.
    • Holding analogous post, or
    • Ten years of experience of teaching (Vice principal / PGT / TGT) in a recognized high school/ Higher secondary school / Senior Secondary School/Intermediate college.
Vice Principal
  • Master's Degree from a recognized university / institution, and
  • B.Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University ,and
  • Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English medium, and
  • 2 years’ experience of working on the post of PGT or lecturer at level 8 (Rs.47600-151100) in Central/ State Govt./Autonomous organization of central / State Govt.
Desirable :
  • Three years’ experience in fully residential school.
PGT
  • Two Years Integrated Post Graduate Course from Regional College of Education of NCERT in the concerned subject with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
OR
  • Master’s Degree from a recognized university with at least 50% marks in aggregate in the following subject:
    • PGT (English)- English literature
    • PGT (Hindi) – Hindi or Sanskrit with Hindi as one of the subjects at Graduate level.
    • PGT (Mathematics)-Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics
    • PGT (Physics)–Physics / Applied Physics/ Nuclear Physics.
    • PGT (Chemistry) Chemistry/ Bio. Chemistry.
    • PGT (Biology) - Botany/ Zoology/ Life Sciences/Bio Sciences/ Genetics/ Micro Biology/Bio Technology/ Molecular Bio/Plant Physiology provided they have studied Botany and Zoology at Graduation level.
    • PGT (History) – History
    • PGT Geography-Geography
    • PGT (Commerce) – Master’s Degree in Commerce. However, holder of Degrees of M. Com in Applied/Business Economics shall not be eligible.
    • PGT (Economics) – Economics/ Applied Economics/ Business Economics.
    • PGT Information Technology- B. Tech (computer science / IT) / Master’s Degree in Computer Application/Computer Science/Information Technology/M. Tech (Computer application/Computer Science/Information Technology)
  • B.Ed. or equivalent degree from a recognized University (Not applicable on PGT IT), and
  • Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English medium.
TGT
  • 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.
    • For TGT (Hindi): Hindi as a subject in all the three years.
    • For TGT (English) : English as a subject in all the three years.
    • For TGT (S.St) : Any two of the following main subject at graduation level: History, Geography, Economics and Pol. Science of which one must be either History or Geography.
    • For TGT (Maths) –Mathematics as main subject at graduation level with one of the following as second subject: Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Computer Science, economics, commerce and Statistics.
    • For TGT (Science)- Bachelor Degree in Science with any two of the following subjects: Botany, Zoology and Chemistry.
  • B.Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University.
  • Pass in the State Teacher Eligibility Test (STET) or Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Paper-II, conducted by CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose, and
  • Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English medium.

EMRS Exam Age Criteria

Besides fulfilling the EMRS teaching staff selection exam educational criteria, you must also lie within an age limit to be applicable in all aspects. The maximum age is 50 years and the minimum is 35 years, depending upon the post you are applying for. The age limit is defined as on April 30, 2021. 

PostAge Criteria
Principal Not exceeding 50 years
Vice Principal 45 years
PGT 40 years
TGT Upto 35 years

EMRS Exam Age Relaxation

In the EMRS recruitment notification, there is a provision of age relaxation for some categories of candidates. The relaxation will be applied to the upper age limit. This relaxation will be applicable only to those candidates who belong to the mentioned categories as specified below. 

CategoryAge Relaxation
Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe 5 years
Other Backward Classes 3 years
Candidates with 3 years continuous service in Central Govt. provided the posts are in same or allied cadres. 5 years
Persons ordinarily domiciled in the U.T of Jammu & Kashmir during 01.01.1980 to 31.12.1989 5 years
Persons with disabilities (including women)
  • SC/ST
  • OBC
  • General
 
  • 15 years
  • 13 years
  • 10 years
Ex-serviceman:
Ex-servicemen ECO/SSCO : Group A & B Posts Services/posts filled by direct recruitment otherwise than on a result of any open All India competitive examination held by UPSC subject to the condition that
  • the continuous service rendered in the Armed Forces by an ex-servicemen is not less than six months after attestation
  • resultant age after deducting his age does not exceed the prescribed age limit by more than three years and
  • condition prescribed in O.M. No. 39016/10/79- Esst.(C) dated 15.12.1979.
Period of Military service plus 3 years

NOTE: You should not exceed more than 55 Years as on April 30, 2021 after considering all the relaxations in age. The age relaxation for ex-servicemen and economically weaker sections (EWS) will be as per the Govt. of India Rules.

EMRS Exam Syllabus 2021

Before starting preparation for the EMRS exam 2021 it is very important to be well versed in the syllabus. The syllabus of EMRS teaching staff selection differs according to the post you are applying for. The Principal and Vice Principal post of EMRS recruitment 2021 has a common syllabus while the TGT and PGT post have a similar syllabus. It is advised to go through the full syllabus first and then proceed with making a preparation strategy for the EMRS exam. Detailed information can be found below.

EMRS Exam Syllabus 2021 - (Principal, Vice Principal)

SectionTopics
English Language Synonyms, Homonyms, Antonyms, Spelling, Word formation, Idioms and phrases, Fill in the suitable words, Grammar, Spotting errors, Sentence correction, Active/ passive voice, Phrases and idioms, Direct and indirect speech, Reading Comprehension, Passage completion, Theme detection, Deriving conclusion, Rearrangement of passage
General Hindi विपरीतार्थक शब्द, पर्यायवाची शब्द, मुहावरे तथा लोकोक्तियां, गुढार्थी (क्लोजटाइप), प्रकार का गद्यांश, वाक्य क्रमव्यवस्थापन, वाक्यों में त्रुटियाँ, वाक्यों में रिक्त-स्थानों की पूर्ति, वर्तनीअशुद्धियाँ, वाक्यांश के लिए एक शब्द, अपठित गद्यांश
Reasoning Analogy, Classification, Word formation, Statement and conclusions, Syllogism, Statement and assumptions, Statement and arguments, Coding decoding, Blood relations, Passage and conclusions, Alphabet test, Series test, Number, ranking and time sequence, Direction sense test, Decision-making test, Figure series, Input/output, Assertion and reasoning, Sitting arrangement, Odd figure out, Analogy, Series test, Miscellaneous test
General Awareness/Current Affairs Science – Inventions & Discoveries, Indian Constitution, Geography, Budget and Five Year Plans, History, Scientific Research, Important Financial & Economic News, Culture, Economy, Current Affairs – National & International, India and its neighbouring countries, General Politics, Sports, Economy, Banking, and Finance, Knowledge of Current Events, Countries & Capitals
Computer Literacy History of computers, Basics of hardware and software, Windows operating system, basics Internet terms and services, Basic functionalities of MS-Office (MS-word, MS-Excel, MS-PowerPoint), Networking and communication, Database basics, Basics of hacking,Security tools and viruses
Child Development and Pedagogy Dimensions of Development
  • Growth & Development: - Concept, Principal, Factors, & Stages.
  • Characteristics of stages of development with special reference to Childhood and Adolescence.
  • Adolescence: Understanding their needs and problems in Indian context.
  • Parenting styles: Concept and its impact on Child development.
  • Personality: meaning, nature and assessment.
Theories of Child Development
  • Theory of Cognitive Development by piglet: Concept, Stages and Implications with special reference to Indian Context.
  • Theory of Social & Emotional Development by Erickson: Concept, Stages and Implications with special reference to India Context.
  • Kohlberg theory of Moral Development: Concept, Stages and Implications with special reference to India Context.
Learner as a Developing Individual
  • Intelligence: Meaning, nature and theories of intelligence (two factor theory and Thurston’s group factor theory, Measurement of intelligence and application of intelligence tests.
  • Creativity: Concept; relationship with intelligence; techniques for fostering creativity.
  • Mental Processes of Learning: Thinking Concept Types of Thinking – Divergent, Convergent, Critical, Reflective & Lateral Thinking.
  • Memory – Concept, Types & Strategies to develop Memory; Forgetting – Nature, Causes, Factors & Strategies to minimize Forgetting.
Learning in socio Cultural Perspective
  • Agencies of Socialization: Family, School, Community and their role in Child Development.
  • Social & Cultural Change as factors influencing Child Development.
  • Impact of Marginalization and Stereotyping on Child Development with special reference to Gender, Social Class & Poverty.
  • Role of media in constructing & deconstructing perceptions & ways of dealing with above issues.
Perspectives in Education and School Organization
  • Acts/ Rights: Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and Child Rights, POCSO Act, Protection of Children against Corporal Punishment in Schools and Institutions.
NEP 2020:
  • Early Childhood Care and Education: The Foundation of Learning.
  • Foundational Literacy and Numeracy: An Urgent & Necessary Prerequisite to Learning.
  • Curtailing Dropout Rates and Ensuring Universal Access to Education at All Levels.
  • Curriculum and Pedagogy in Schools: Learning Should be Holistic, Integrated, Enjoyable, and Engaging.
  • Teachers & Teacher Education.
  • Equitable & Inclusive Education: Learning for all.
  • Efficient Resourcing and Effective Governance through School Complexes/ Clusters.
  • Standard Setting and Accreditation for School Education.
  • Re-imaging Vocational education.
  • Promotion of Indian Languages, Art & Culture.
  • Online & Digital Education: Ensuring equitable use of Technology.
School Organization:
  • Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.
  • Institutional Planning: Instructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan, Lesson Plan.
  • Instructional material and resources: Text Books, Work books, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs- Museums, Community, Information and Communication Technology.
  • Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and Interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.
Rights & duties of Principal / Vice- Principal in residential schools:
  • Right & duties of Principal / Vice- Principal with reference to different stake holders.
  • Development and maintenance of facilities & assets.
  • Role of Principal / Vice- Principal in promoting excellence in academics & co-curricular activities.
  • Promotion of ethics and values in academic institutions.
Teaching – Learning Understanding Learning
  • Learning: Concept, Nature, types of learning & Factors influencing learning.
  • Learning strategies: Co-operative learning & Collaborative learning, peer-tutoring, group learning.
  • Role of Teacher & School in relation to learning strategies.
  • Individual Differences: Concept, Types, Causes & Educational implications.
Learning Paradigm
  • Theories of Learning:
    • Connectionism theory (Trial & Error: Thorndike), concept, laws of learning & Educational Implications.
    • Conditioning theories: Classical conditioning (Pavlov) & Operant Conditioning (Skinner): Concept, characteristics and Educational Implications.
    • Social-constructivist theory (Vygostky & Bandura): Concept, Nature and Educational Implications.
Understanding Teaching
  • Teaching: Concept, characteristic, features and levels of teaching.
  • Related concepts of Teaching (Training, conditioning, instruction & indoctrination)
  • Variables in the Teaching Process: The Learning task (Instructional Objectives), Learning Behaviour (Entry behaviours & Learner’s characteristics) Teacher Behaviour: (Competence, Personality, Teaching Style).
  • Social-constructivist approach in teaching (Applications of Bruner, Ausubel & Vygotsky’s ideas in teaching).
Phase & Models of Teaching
  • Phase of Teaching: Pre-active, Interactive and Post-active.
  • Models of Teaching: Meaning, Need & Elements, Basic Teaching Model (Glaser), Concept Attainment Model (Bruner).
  • Teaching Strategies: Brain-Storming, Simulation, Role-playing, Gaming, Remedial teaching & Enrichment Programme.
Administration & Finance
  • CCS (CCA) Rules
  • CCS (Conduct) Rules
  • Fundamental & Supplementary Rules.
  • Travelling Allowance Rules.
  • Leave Travel Concession Rules.
  • Medical Attendance Rules.
  • Pension Rules & New Pension Scheme.
  • General Financial Rules- Purchase procedure.
  • Income Tax & Service Tax.

EMRS Exam Syllabus 2021 - (TGT and PGT)

SectionTopics
English Language Synonyms, Homonyms, Antonyms, Spelling, Word formation, Idioms and phrases, Fill in the suitable words, Grammar, Spotting errors, Sentence correction, Active/ passive voice, Phrases and idioms, Direct and indirect speech, Reading Comprehension, Passage completion, Theme detection, Deriving conclusion, Rearrangement of passage
General Hindi विपरीतार्थक शब्द, पर्यायवाची शब्द, मुहावरे तथा लोकोक्तियां, गुढार्थी (क्लोजटाइप), प्रकार का गद्यांश, वाक्य क्रमव्यवस्थापन, वाक्यों में त्रुटियाँ, वाक्यों में रिक्त-स्थानों की पूर्ति, वर्तनीअशुद्धियाँ, वाक्यांश के लिए एक शब्द, अपठित गद्यांश
Reasoning Analogy, Classification, Word formation, Statement and conclusions, Syllogism, Statement and assumptions, Statement and arguments, Coding decoding, Blood relations, Passage and conclusions, Alphabet test, Series test, Number, ranking and time sequence, Direction sense test, Decision-making test, Figure series, Input/output, Assertion and reasoning, Sitting arrangement, Odd figure out, Analogy, Series test, Miscellaneous test
General Awareness/Current Affairs Science – Inventions & Discoveries, Indian Constitution, Geography, Budget and Five Year Plans, History, Scientific Research, Important Financial & Economic News, Culture, Economy, Current Affairs – National & International, India and its neighbouring countries, General Politics, Sports, Economy, Banking, and Finance, Knowledge of Current Events, Countries & Capitals
Computer Literacy History of computers, Basics of hardware and software, Windows operating system, basics Internet terms and services, Basic functionalities of MS-Office (MS-word, MS-Excel, MS-PowerPoint), Networking and communication, Database basics, Basics of hacking,Security tools and viruses
PART III: Teaching Aptitude / Pedagogy
  • Knowledge of NEP 2020.
Pedagogical Concerns
  • Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.
  • Planning: lnstructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan, Lesson Plan
  • Instructional Material and Resources: Text Books, Workbooks, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs-Museums-Community, Information and Communication Technology.
  • Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.
Inclusive Education
  • Understanding diversities: concept types (disability as a dimension of diversity)
  • Disability as a social construct, classification of disability and its educational implications.
  • Philosophy of inclusion with special reference to children with disability.
  • Process of Inclusion: concern issues across disabilities.
  • Constitutional Provisions
  • School readiness (infrastructural including technological, pedagogical & attitudinal) for addressing the diverse needs of children with disabilities and role of teacher.
Communication & interaction
  • Communication: Concepts, Elements, Process.
  • Types of Communication, Communication & language.
  • Communication in the classroom, barriers in communication.
PART IV: Subject Knowledge
  • PGT: Class XII CBSE Unrevised Syllabus 2020-21 with difficulty level up to Graduation Level.
  • TGT: Class X CBSE Unrevised syllabus 2020-21 with difficulty level up to XII.

EMRS Exam 2021: How To Apply Online

Ensure that you are eligible on all fronts to apply for EMRS recruitment 2021.You can apply through Online mode only. The Application will not be accepted in any other mode. Given below are some simple steps to follow.

  • Visit the official website of NTA
  • Apply for online registration using your email id and mobile no
  • Fill in the online form and note down your application number
  • Fill in all the details asked carefully and upload all the documents as prescribed in the EMRS notification 2021
  • A recent photograph in colour or black and white with white background in jpg/jpeg format and size in between 10KB to 200 KB
  • Your signature with a size ranging between 4KB to 30KB in jpg/jpeg format
  • Domicile certificate of file size ranging between 50KB to 300KB
  • Category certificate with a file size of 50KB to 300KB
  • PwD certificate ranging between 50KB to 300KB
  • Pay fee using SBI/Canara Bank/HDFC Bank/ICICI Bank/Paytm Payment Gateway through Debit Card/Credit Card / Net Banking/UPI
  • Download and print a copy of the application form and application receipt for future use

EMRS Exam Admit Card 2021

The e-Admit Card for the EMRS teaching staff selection exam will be available on the NTA website. The EMRS exam admit card will have all the information like exam date, shift/timing, exam centre. You will not be allowed to appear at the EMRS exam centre, on the date and shift other than that allotted to you. In case you are unable to download your EMRS exam admit card you can contact NTA help number : 011-40759000 between 09: 30 am to 06:00 pm on working days. No hard copy of the admit card will be sent by post to any individual. You need to bring a print of your EMRS exam admit card to the exam venue.

EMRS Exam Salary 2021

As the EMRS recruitment 2021 for teaching staff selection exam is out with bumper vacancies in various posts, so it is very natural that all aspirants are eager to know about the perks, allowances that one is eligible to have. The salary provided is very high and attractive. Different posts have different pay bands and it increases as one goes higher on the promotion ladder. The EMRS recruitment 2021 lowest pay level is 7 and goes up to level 12. The table given below will give further insight into the salary details for different posts.

S.No.PostSubjectsSalary
1. Principal - Level 12
(Rs. 78800 –209200/-)
2. Vice Principal -- Level 10
(Rs. 56100- 177500/-)
3. Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs) English / Hindi / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Economics / Biology / History / Geography / Commerce / Information Technology Level 8
(Rs.47600- 151100/-)
4. Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs) English / Hindi / Mathematics / Science /Social Studies Level 7
(Rs.44900 – 142400/-)

EMRS Exam Vacancy 2021

As the EMRS recruitment 2021 is for posts like Principal, Vice Principal, PGT and TGT for different subjects, so the number of vacancies listed is also huge. The EMRS vacancies for teaching staff selection posts differ state and category wise. Further, the vacancies are also divided post wise and subject wise. Below is the table which will give a gist of vacancies on all fronts.

Sr. No.StateNo. of Vacancies
PrincipalVice PrincipalPGTsTGTsTOTAL
1 Andhra Pradesh 14 6 0 97 117
2 Chhattisgarh 37 19 135 323 514
3 Gujarat 17 2 24 118 161
4 Himachal Pradesh 1 0 6 1 8
5 Jharkhand 8 8 132 60 208
6 Jammu & Kashmir 2 0 0 12 14
7 Madhya Pradesh 32 32 625 590 1279
8 Maharashtra 16 8 28 164 216
9 Manipur 0 2 8 30 40
10 Mizoram 0 3 2 5 10
11 Odisha 15 11 12 106 144
12 Rajasthan 16 11 102 187 316
13 Sikkim 2 2 17 23 44
14 Telangana 11 6 77 168 262
15 Tripura 1 3 36 18 58
16 Uttarakhand 1 1 3 4 9
Total 173 114 1207 1906 3400

For EMRS Teaching Staff Selection 2021 State-wise Vacancies, Click Here

EMRS Exam Application Fee

You need to pay the EMRS teaching staff selection exam application fee online. The application fee differs post wise and can be paid online through Net Banking, Credit Card, Debit Card, UPI or Paytm Services. Processing charges and GST as applicable will be borne by you. No other mode is accepted. The EMRS application fee once paid will not be refunded, therefore you are advised to verify your eligibility before applying. If you are eligible and applying for a different post then you need to pay the application fee separately for each post. No fee is to be paid if you belong to SC/ST/PWD categories.

CategoryFees
For Principal & Vice Principal Rs. 2000/-
For PGT & TGT Rs. 1500/

EMRS Exam Centre

While applying for the EMRS teaching staff exam you will be given exam centre choice. You need to select any four exam centres of your choice. Though you will be allotted the exam centre of your choice but NTA reserves the right to allot you another centre than what you have chosen while filling the EMRS recruitment 2021. No request to change the EMRS exam centre will be entertained at any cost. A detailed list of exam centres is given below.

StatesExam Centres
Andhra Pradesh Anantapur(AP01), Bhimavaram(AP03), Chirala(AP04), Chittoor(AP05), Eluru(AP06), Guntur(AP07), Kadapa(AP08), Kakinada(AP09), Kurnool(AP10), Nellore(AP11), Ongole(AP12), Rajahmundry(AP13), Srikakulam(AP14), Tirupathi(AP16), Vijayawada(AP17), Visakhapatnam(AP18), Vizianagaram(AP19), Narasaraopet(AP20), Proddatur(AP21), Surampalem(AP23)
Chhattisgarh Bhilai Nagar/durg(CG01), Bilaspur(Chhattisgarh)(CG02), Raipur(CG03)
Delhi Delhi/new Delhi(DL01),
Gujarat Ahmedabad/gandhinagar(GJ01), Anand(GJ02), Jamnagar(GJ06), Junagadh(GJ07), Mehsana(GJ08), Rajkot(GJ10), Surat(GJ11), Vadodara(GJ12), Valsad/vapi(GJ13), Himatnagar(GJ14), Navsari(GJ15), Bhuj(GJ17)
Himachal Pradesh Bilaspur(Himachal Pradesh)(HP01), Hamirpur(Himachal Pradesh)(HP03), Kangra/palampur(HP04), Shimla(HP06), Solan(HP07), Mandi(HP08), Una(HP09), Kullu(HP10), Sirmaur(HP11)
Jammu And Kashmir Baramulla(JK01), Jammu(JK02), Samba(JK03), Srinagar(J & K)(JK04), Anantnag(JK05), Pulwama(JK06)
Jharkhand Bokaro Steel City(JH01), Dhanbad(JH02), Jamshedpur(JH03), Ranchi(JH04), Hazaribagh(JH05), Ramgarh(JH06), Giridih(JH07)
Madhya Pradesh Balaghat(MP01), Betul(MP02), Bhopal(MP03), Chhindwara(MP05), Gwalior(MP06), Indore(MP07), Jabalpur(MP08), Rewa(MP11), Sagar(MP12), Satna(MP13), Ujjain(MP15), Dhar(MP16), Hoshangabad(MP17), Khargone (West Nimar)(MP18), Vidisha(MP20)
Maharashtra Ahmednagar(MR01), Akola(MR02), Amravati(MR03), Aurangabad(Maharashtra)(MR04), Chandrapur(MR09), Dhule(MR10), Jalgaon(MR13), Kolhapur(MR14), Latur(MR15), Mumbai/navi Mumbai(MR16) , Nagpur(MR17), Nanded(MR18), Nashik(MR19), Pune(MR22), Raigad(MR23), Ratnagiri(MR24), Sangli(MR25), Satara(MR26), Solapur(MR27), Thane(MR28), Wardha(MR29), Beed(MR30), Bhandara(MR31), Buldhana(MR32), Palghar(MR33), Yavatmal(MR34), Gondia(MR35)
Manipur Imphal(MN01)
Mizoram Aizawl(MZ01)
Odisha Balasore(OR02), Berhampur-ganjam(OR03), Bhubaneswar(OR04), Cuttack(OR05), Dhenkanal(OR06), Rourkela(OR08), Sambalpur(OR09), Angul(OR10), Bhadrak(OR11), Mayurbhanj/baripada(OR12), Jajpur(OR13), Kendrapara(OR14), Kendujhar (Keonjhar)(OR15), Puri(OR16), Jagatsinghpur(OR17)
Rajasthan Ajmer(RJ01), Alwar(RJ02), Bikaner(RJ05), Jaipur(RJ06), Jodhpur(RJ07), Kota(RJ08), Sikar(RJ09), Sriganganagar(RJ10), Udaipur(RJ11), Bhilwara(RJ12), Jhunjhunu(RJ13), Nagaur(RJ14), Sawai Madhopur(RJ15), Bharatpur (RJ16), Dausa(RJ17), Karauli(RJ18)
Sikkim Gangtok(SM01)
Telangana Hyderabad/secunderabad/ranga Reddy(TL01), Karimnagar(TL02), Khammam(TL03), Mahbubnagar(TL04), Nalgonda(TL05), Warangal(TL07), Nizamabad(TL08), Suryapet(TL09), Siddipet(TL11),
Tripura Agartala(TA01)
Uttarakhand Dehradun(UK01), Haldwani(UK02), Haridwar(UK03), Roorkee(UK06), Udham Singh Nagar(UK07), Pauri Garhwal(UK08), Almora(UK09)

EMRS Exam Books

Books play a very important role in any competitive exam. The right book can help you to pass the EMRS exam with flying colours. So you should be careful while selecting books for the EMRS exam as several books are available in the market to grab a student's attention. Do check the authenticity before you select any book available online or offline. The list can be inferred from the table below.

PaperBookAuthor / Publisher
General English English Grammar Wren & Martin
Made Easy for English Norman Lewis
Descriptive General English SP Bakshi
Computer Literacy Objective Computer Awareness Arihant
Quantitative Aptitude Quicker Mathematics BSC Publications
Quantitative Aptitude RS Agarwal
Class Notes SS Bharti
General Awareness Manorama Year Book 2021 -
Pratiyogita Darpan -
Lucent’s General Knowledge -
Reasoning Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning R. S. Aggarwal
A new approach to Reasoning B.S. Sijwali & S. Sijwali Arihant
Analytical Reasoning M.K Pandey
Multi Dimensional Reasoning Mishra & Kumar Dr. Lal
Reasoning Book for Competitive Examinations Pearson
General Hindi General Hindi Dr. Jaypal Sharma / Vidhyapeeth Times
General Hindi (Saamaany Hindi/सामान्य हिन्दी) Dr. Rajendra Kumar Singhvi / RHGA Rajasthan Hindi Granthagar Academy
Child Development and Pedagogy Child Development and Pedagogy with Previous Year Papers 2011-19 Himanshi Singh
Pedagogy And Child Development Prateek Shivalik
Perspectives in Education and School Organization Perspectives In Education Dr. P. Yakaiah
Perspective of Education Khemka Jyoti
Teaching – Learning Learning And Teaching Dr. S.C Oberoi
Administration & Finance Administrative Thinkers D. Ravindra Prasad

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1:  

What is EMRS notification all about?

A:  

Eklavya Model Residential Schools or EMRS under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs Government of India works to provide quality primary, secondary and senior secondary level education to Scheduled Tribes (STs). The EMRS notification is for recruitment in various posts like Principal, VP, TGT and PGT

Q2:  

How to apply for EMRS teaching Staff recruitment?

A:  

EMRS Teaching Staff Selection is an online exam that will be conducted through National Testing Agency (NTA) Recruitment Portal.

Q3:  

Is EMRS exam Bilingual in nature?

A:  

Yes, the EMRS exam will take place in both languages ie Hindi and English

Q4:  

Is the eligibility different for different posts in EMRS recruitment?

A:  

Yes, the eligibility criteria differ from post to post. For some post, you need to possess a Master degree while for some you need a degree in an Integrated course as specified.

Q5:  

Where my EMRS online exam result will be available?

A:  

The EMRS exam online result will be displayed on the NTA website and the same merit list will be submitted to the National Education Society for Tribal Students (NESTS), which in turn will share the same with the concerned States/UTs EMRS Society. Then a final merit list will be prepared by an individual state/UT and accordingly you will be called for an Interview.



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