HSSC TGT Exam Syllabus 2023


HSSC TGT Exam Syllabus 2023 – Recently HSSC  (Haryana Staff Selection Commission) changed the TGT Exam syllabus and uploaded a new exam pattern and syllabus on its official site.  Candidates who are interested to apply for the HSSC TGT post can check the new syllabus and can download it from the official website of HSSC.

HSSC TGT Exam Syllabus 2023
HSSC TGT Exam Syllabus 2023


The new syllabus contains main subjects- Maths, Science, Complete, Hindi, General  Awareness, Current Affairs, History, Geography, Literature (Hindi, English), Civics, Environmental Awareness, and Haryana GK.

Total Marks for the exam will be 100- 95 marks for the written exam and 5 marks for Socio-Economic Criteria and Experience.

HSSC TGT Exam Syllabus 2023

Before taking the exam one must go through the complete syllabus because it plays an important role in preparation. HSSC TGT Exam syllabus 2023 has two parts:

  1. Part I – Written Exam – 95 Marks
  2. Part II – Socio-economic Criteria – 05 Marks

Complete HSSC TGT Syllabus

Exam  Syllabus
Part- I Maths, Reasoning, General Awareness, Computer, Science, English, Hindi, Subject Specific
Part–II Haryana-related – History, Geography, Polity, Literature, Civics, Current Affairs, and Environment.

HSSC TGT History Syllabus

a) Ancient History- Harappan Civilization – Town Planning, Religion, Economic & Social Life, Script Writing, The rise of Magadha in relation to 16 Mahajanpadas, rise of Heterodox sects with special reference to Buddhism, Jainism –(Rise, Teaching, Comparison, Effect on society), trade & commerce, The Mauryas –( Causes for its rise, Chandragupta Maurya Administration, The contribution of Ashoka, Decline, and fall of the Mauryan Empire), The Guptas –( Golden Period, Samudra Gupta, Chandragupta Vikramaditya), Administration, Religion, Trade & Commerce, Society & Economy – From Vedic till 7th century, Sultanate Era – The Defeat of Hindu kingdom and the establishment, Mughal Period – 1526 to 1707(all aspects- Polity, Administration, Society, Economy)

b) Medieval History– Medieval Period – Society and Culture with Special Reference to Bhakti Movement and Suf, Medieval Architecture- Delhi Sultanate and Mughal Period.

c) Modern History – The Advent of Europeans and the establishment of 5 British rule, British rule and its impact on the Indian economy, the Revolt of 1857 -(Nature, Causes, Leadership, Events, Consequences, Impact), The socio-religious reform movements, and the rise of nationalism, The Indian freedom movement – 1885 to 1947, Constitution-(Framing, Features, Working of the Constitution,  Adoption of the Constitution)

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