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KVS Recruitment Exam Analysis 2023: Cut-Offs Over the Years and Difficulty Level

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KVS Recruitment Exam Analysis: KVS recruitment exam analysis is done by the concerned authority and other institutions after the exam is over. KVS exam analysis allows candidates to understand the types of questions asked in the exam, the difficulty level of each section and the entire paper, along with other aspects of the exam. 

KVS recruitment 2023 started earlier this year from 7th February to 11th March in different shifts. The results and document verification rounds are ongoing in various states for the various positions. A lot of students applied for 13404 positions released by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan earlier this year. 

With the release of the KVS recruitment exam analysis, candidates can estimate their performance level and how many marks to expect in the exam. All the KVS exams; PRT, PGT, TGT, Librarian, etc. had their separate exam analysis and also had different difficulty levels. The difficulty level of the KVS PRT exam was easy to moderate. In this article, we will discuss the KVS exam analysis for each paper.

Recruitment NameKVS Recruitment 2023
KVS Full FormKendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan
Conducting BodyMinistry of Education, Government of India
Exam PatternGeneral English and Hindi
Computer Literacy
Analytical Reasoning and General Knowledge
Overall Difficulty LevelEasy to Moderate
PostsPGT, PRT, TGT, Librarian, Vice Principal, and Principal
Official Websitehttps://www.kvsangathan.nic.in/

Also read – KVS Recruitment Exam Pattern 2023

KVS Recruitment Exam Analysis 2023

There is a separate KVS exam analysis for each paper. Candidates appearing for any particular post offered by the Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan must ensure that they have checked their paper’s exam analysis to better understand their paper’s difficulty level and how much they should expect. Below we have discussed the KVS recruitment exam analysis for each position or role offered under this recruitment process. 

PGT Exam Analysis

The KVS PGT exam analysis was done after the commencement of the exam to understand the overall and section-wise difficulty of the exam, types of questions asked, exam pattern, new changes in the exam, etc. The overall difficulty level of the KVS PGT 2023 was moderate. The exam paper was divided into 4 sections, where Part I, II and III are common for all candidates, and Part IV was subject-specific. 

The table below highlights the KVS PGT exam analysis for Shift 1.

SectionsQuestions (Shift 1)Difficulty Level
General English and Hindi6-8Moderate
General Knowledge and Current Affairs6-7Easy to Moderate
Computer Literacy5-6Easy
Perspective on Education and Leadership42-44Easy to Moderate
Analytical Reasoning4-5Moderate
Concerned Subject62-65Moderate

Also read – What is the full form of PGT?

The table below highlights the KVS PGT exam analysis for Shift 2.

Sections (Questions) Shift 2Difficulty Level
General English and Hindi5-6Easy to Moderate
General Knowledge and Current Affairs6-7Easy
Computer Literacy5-6Easy
Perspective on Education and Leadership42-44Moderate
Analytical Reasoning4-5Moderate
Concerned Subject60-64Moderate

PRT Exam Analysis

The KVS PRT written exams were conducted from 21st to 28th February 2023 at various exam centres in the country. This exam was organised for candidates who wanted to appear for the position of Primary Teacher in KVS. 

  • The KVS Primary Teacher exam paper consisted of a total of 180 questions.
  • The duration of the exam was 3 hours (180 minutes).
  • The exam paper was divided into 5 sections: General English and Hindi, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Computer Literacy, Concerned Subject and Perspectives on Education and Leadership.

The table below highlights the KVS PRT exam analysis for Shift 1.

Sections Questions (Shift 1)Difficulty Level
General English or Hindi5-6Easy to Moderate
General Knowledge4-5Moderate
Reasoning Ability4-5Easy
Computer Literacy3-4Easy to Moderate
Concerned Subject60-65Moderate
Perspectives on Education and Leadership40-44Moderate

The table below highlights the KVS PRT exam analysis for Shift 2.

Sections Questions (Shift 2)Difficulty Level
General English or Hindi5-6Easy to Moderate
General Knowledge4-5Moderate
Reasoning Ability6-7Easy to Moderate
Computer Literacy5-6Easy to Moderate
Concerned Subject62-65Moderate
Perspectives on Education and Leadership40-42Moderate to Hard

TGT Exam Analysis

The KVS TGT exam was organised on 14th February 2023 for candidates who wanted to appear for the role of Trained Graduate Teacher at any Kendriya Vidhyalaya across India. The KVS TGT exam analysis was done after the exam was over by the concerned authority to discuss the difficulty level of the exam, section-wise division of the paper, changes from the previous year’s papers, etc. The overall difficulty level of the KVS TGT exam was Moderate. The exam paper was divided into 4 parts and consisted of a total of 180 MCQs. 

The table below highlights the KVS TGT exam analysis for Shift 1.

SectionsQuestions (Shift 1)Difficulty Level
General English and Hindi8-10Easy to Moderate
Computer Literacy4-5Easy
General Knowledge and Current Affairs7-8Moderate
Reasoning 4-5Easy
Concerned Subject60-65Moderate to Hard
Perspectives on Education and Leadership40-42Moderate

The table below highlights the KVS TGT exam analysis for Shift 2.

SectionsQuestions (Shift 2)Difficulty Level
General English and Hindi8-10Moderate
Computer Literacy4-5Easy
General Knowledge and Current Affairs7-8Easy to Moderate
Reasoning 4-5Easy to Moderate
Concerned Subject60-64Moderate to Hard
Perspectives on Education and Leadership42-44Moderate

Also read – How to Become a Teacher?

KVS Cut-Off

Candidates can check the KVS cut-off for PGT, PRT,  and TGT exams in the table mentioned below.

CategoriesKVS PRT Cut-Off
Unreserved145-150
Scheduled Castes130-140
Scheduled Tribes120-110
OBC145-150
Sports Quota100-110
Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD)90-100
EWS100-110
CategoriesKVS PGT Cut-Off
Unreserved140-145
Scheduled Castes130-140
Scheduled Tribes120-130
OBC140-145
Sports Quota100-110
Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD)90-100
EWS120-130
CategoriesKVS TGT Cut-Off
Unreserved150-155
Scheduled Castes145-150
Scheduled Tribes130-140
OBC155-150
Sports Quota100-110
Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD)90-100
EWS110-120

FAQs

What was the difficulty level of the KVS TGT exam?

The overall difficulty level of the KVS TGT exam was moderate. Candidates who appeared for this national-level entrance exam must know the section-wise difficulty level of this exam.


How many questions are there in the KVS exam?

The KVS exam consists of a total of 180 MCQs divided into 4 parts: Part 1 includes General English and Hindi, Part 2 includes General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Reasoning and Computer Literacy, and Part 4 includes Perspectives on Education and Leadership and concerned subjects.

Who conducts the KVS recruitment exam analysis?

The KVS recruitment exam analysis is conducted by the examination body and other private institutions to understand the overall difficulty level of the exam, the types of questions asked, the previous year’s trend and what can be the expected cut-off marks.

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