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Admission Process

B.Ed Course Details
Degree  Bachelors
Full Form   Bachelor of Education
Duration Course Duration of Bachelor of Education [B.Ed] is 2 Years.
Age   Minimum age limit is 21 years
Minimum Percentage  50% - 55%
Subjects Required Graduation/Post Graduation from the recognized university.
Similar Options of Study  BA B.Ed, B.Sc B.Ed, B.Com B.Ed


The minimum qualification required for admission into a Bachelor of Education [B.Ed] course is a Bachelor of Arts [BA], Bachelor of Science [B.Sc.] or Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] from recognized board/university.
A minimum aggregate score of 50% in graduation is a requisite for admission. A minimum aggregate score of 55% at post-graduate level is mandatory for admission into colleges for the B.Ed curriculum.
Some universities and colleges conduct entrance examinations for the selection of candidates based on their performance in the entrance test. Most of the examinations are conducted in the month of June or May.


B.Ed Course Admission:

The admission to the Bachelor of Education [B.Ed] curriculum in colleges in India is conducted mainly through entrance exams conducted by the states and institutions for granting admission to students. Candidates are advised to go through the different procedures of admission to the University he/she is opting for.
Aspirants are required to apply in an entrance test organised by the various public and private institutes and universities for admission in various teaching institutions attached to it. Admission in the same is granted according to the rank of the candidate in the entrance exam. Usually, the examination is conducted in the month of May or June for which the forms are available online.
The entrance exams mainly focus on objective-type questions on subjects like 

•    English
•    General Knowledge
•    Aptitude
•    Basic Arithmetic
•    Teaching Potential
•    Local Language
The results of these exams are generally declared by July/August. Candidates undergo practical training courses apart from theory classes.
There will be a counselling round after the merit list is announced.