SST General Online Test Preparation Tips and Tricks

Secondary School Teachers SST (General) test date has been scheduled next month  by Balochistan Public Service Commission. As per syllabus he Paper of SST (G) is usually consist of 5 subjects and that are Urdu, English, Pak studies, Islamic studies and Pedagogy. In three-hour paper, the candidates have to attempt 8 questions and each question gets 20 to 22 mints. So, calling it the lengthiest paper in BPSC exams will not be wrong. Therefore, the time management during preparation and paper is key to success. You can prepare online your BPSC Test for the Post of Secondary School Teacher SST General . Here in following paragraph an attempt was made to clear the various aspects of entire paper and in the succeeding lines all the important aspects of all subjects will be discussed briefly.

1. English: -
No doubt, English portion of the Paper will be a daunting problem for the Majority of Students but the challenge can be confronted by smart work. As we know that there will be Two questions of English (Essay 15 Marks and precise 10 Marks). One can tackle the English portion of the paper by systematic and smart Approach.

Essay: - For Essay, students are suggested to buy the book “Sundry Essays for All” and prepare the repeated Proverbial topics. Along with it, Essays come from General and Current Affairs topics too. Therefore, it will be best to cover all aspects according to the approach. 20 to 30 Most repeated Proverbial Essays and 10 general and current Affairs topics (Education, Democracy, Corruption, Terrorism, Water crisis, Kashmir conflict, CPEC, Right of Women, Climate change and Population)

Precise: - Like Essay, Precise is also a major problem for the students and it is an inspiring task for them to crack this problem. Because, majority of students never worked on it. On the other hand, Practice is the only Perfect solution of the Precise and the succeeding are the best exercises for precise.
Books and Resources: -
Dawn Articles (Read out Articles and make their precise)
Exercises from the link

Precis book Writing By R.Dhillon

2.Urdu: -
This part of the Paper is not tough for the students and can be managed easily. Students will have to attempt Two questions from Urdu portion (Essay 15 Marks and Short Definitions 10 Marks).
For Urdu Essay, preparation of general and current affairs topics will be productive and one should try to prepare essays on the following topics in Urdu;
(Education, Democracy, Corruption, Terrorism, Water Crisis, Kashmir conflict, CPEC, Right of Women, population, unemployment, energy crisis, climate change and Globalization).
The second question of Urdu consists of short definitions of Grammatical Terms. The grammar portion of 9th&10th book will cover all the definitions. The definitions are mostly comprise of Noun, Pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, Interjections, conjections, active and passive voice, Direct and Indirect speeches and Literally terms (in Urdu).

3. Pedagogy
Pedagogy is a headache for the majority of students because of the lack of basic knowledge and material. Pedagogy portion has two major subjects (Teaching methods and classroom management). The following are the main topics of both.
Teaching methods: -
1) Teaching and learning school.
2) Classrooms are busy places
3) Teacher-centred and student-centred method
4) Lecture, demonstration, discussion, questions, cooperative learning
5) Teacher-student and student-teacher interactions that support learning in the classroom
6) Designing instructions: goals and objectives, assessments, plans, and materials
7) Self-regulated learning
8) Teaching tools and instruments (Tools are the means and materials to get or improve a desire result such as; White-board, lab and libertaries equipment and Instruments are the means or materials to test a desire results for instance; tests, questions and practical activities)
Classroom Management: -
1) Learning theories and classroom management
2) Curriculum and classroom management
3) Routines, schedules, and time management in diverse classrooms
4) Creating shared values and community
5) Academic, financial, administrative and social responsibilities of teachers and head of Institutions.
Books and Resources: -

Classroom Management Book of AIOU for B ED.
General Methods of Teaching Book of AIOU for B ED.

3. Pakistan Studies:-
Candidates are required to attempt one question from Pakistan studies and the major topics are;

Pre-Partition
1. The war of independence 1857 (Causes, Impacts and outcomes)
2. Alighar Movement. (Introduction, Social, political, economic, religious, educational and literally services)
3. Congress (Intro and objectives)
4. Partition of Bengal 1905 (Intro, causes, impacts and reaction of Muslims and Hindus)
5. Simla delegation 1905 (Intro, objectives and outcomes)
6. Minto-Morley reforms 1909
7. Lucknow Pact 1916
8. Khalifat Movement (Causes, impacts and outcomes)
9. The Montague-Chelmsford Reforms 1919
10. Delhi Pact 1927
11. Fourteen points of Quaid 1929
5512. Round table conferences 1930-32
13. 1935 Act
14. Congress Ministries 1936-1939
15. Lahore Resolution 1940
16. 1945-46 Elections
17. 3rd June plan 1947

Post Partition
A. Basic Problems of Pakistan at the time of independence.
B. Objective Resolution
C. Constitutional development in Pakistan
D. 1956 constitution
E. 1962 Constitution
F. Ayub’s Reforms
G. Legal Frame work Order (LFO)
H. 1973 Constitution (Islamic Clauses)
I. Causes of the fall of Dhaka
j. Geography of Pakistan (weather, climate, Natural resources etc.)

Notes: - In previous papers, two subjective questions were asked from Pak studies and students had to attempt one but this time there are chances that the pattern may be changed. Therefore, candidates try to prepare above topics accordingly.
Subjective questions (long questions)
Short Questions
Shorts Notes
MCQS

Books and Resources: -
Pakistan Affairs By M Ikram Rabbani
Trek to Pakistan By Ahmed Saeed & Kh. Mansoor Sarwar

5. Islamic Studies: -
In SST (G) Paper, one question comes from the Islamic studies and the following are the major topics;
1. Basic Beliefs in Islamic (Meaning intro and Impacts on Individual and collect Life)
I. Belief in the Oneness of God (Meaning intro and Impacts on Individual and collect Life)
II. Belief in the Angels of God (Meaning intro and Impacts on Individual and collect Life)
III. Belief in the Books of God (Meaning intro and Impacts on Individual and collect Life)
IV. Belief in the Prophets or Messengers of God (Meaning intro and Impacts on Individual and collect Life)
V. Belief in the Day of Judgment (Meaning intro and Impacts on Individual and collect Life)
2. Basic Pillars of Islam (Tauheed, Namiz, Saum, Zakit, Hajj (Meaning intro and Impacts on Individual and collect Life))
3. Seerat-e-Nabvi
4. The basic Sy
stems of Islam (family, political, economic, social and Justice)
Basic Values of Islam (Truth, honesty, sincerity, equality, earning etc.)
Note: - In previous papers, two subjective questions were asked from Islamic studies and students had to attempt one but this time there are chances that the pattern may be changed. Therefore, candidates try to prepare above topics accordingly.
Subjective questions (long questions)
Short Questions
Shorts Notes
MCQS

Books and Resources: -
Islamic study book by Dr. Abdul Ali Achakzai
Islamic Studies By Hafiz Karim Dad Chughtai

End Notes: - Time Management during preparation and paper is the key to success and always hope for the best but prepare for the worst.
Best of Luck


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