PRT stands for Primary School Teacher. It is a teacher who is responsible for teaching students in primary schools, typically in classes from grades 1 to 5. In India, PRT is the entry-level position for a teacher, where the teacher’s primary responsibility is to provide instruction to students and create a positive learning environment.
PRT teachers are responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating lessons, assessing student progress and providing feedback, creating and maintaining a safe and orderly classroom, and communicating with parents and other teachers. They also need to be familiar with the curriculum and the state’s education standards, as well as with different teaching methods and strategies that can be used to engage students.
In India, to become a PRT, candidates must have completed their Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) and have cleared the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) or the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). Some states also require the candidate to have a certain percentage in their graduation degree.
It’s important to note that the PRT job requirements and responsibilities may vary based on the school, state and country. Some states or schools may have additional requirements, such as specific subject area expertise, or a certain number of years of experience teaching at the primary level.