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B.Ed

Bachelor of Education

B.Ed or bachelor of education is a PG level course. Usually, admission is granted on the basis of entrance exams. Apart from other subjects, special importance is given to English language and teaching aptitude.

What after B.Ed ?

After doing B.Ed, one can work in government schools and also has the choice to be a part of prestigious public schools as a teacher. There are various private and government colleges in India who are offering B.Ed in collaboration with various other universities.

Eligibility Criteria

Bachelor or Master Degree in Science / Social Science / Humanity (min 50%) Or min 55% in B.E./ B.Tech. with specialization in Science and Mathematics & 10+2 (min 60%)

Duration

 2 Year(s)

The major universities offering course in B. Ed are :

  • Delhi University (Delhi)
  • Maharishi Dayanand University (Rohtak)
  • Indira Gandhi National Open University (Delhi)
  • Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
  • Bihar University (Muzaffarpur)
  • Jayaprakash University (Chapra)
  • Lalit Narayan Mithila University (Darbhanga)
  • Aligarh Muslim University (Aligarh)
  • Banaras Hindu University (Varanasi)

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    Overview
    • Duration of the entrance test will be of 2 hours.
    • There will be 150 MCQ type questions involved in the exam form General Knowledge and Teaching Aptitude, Language Proficiency, Reasoning and Subject Knowledge up to class X.
    • For every wrong answer 0.25 mark will be deduct.
    Exam Pattern
    • This entrance has 2 sections. The first section will be an objective type exam and there will be 3 papers in it. Bilingual language comprehension documents, as well as reasoning and mathematical reasoning, will have 30 marks each and the maximum duration allowed for these documents will be 40 minutes. Subject Knowledge paper will carry 40 marks and the duration of this document will be 50 minutes.
    • The second part will be descriptive and the maximum duration of this document will be 20 minutes. This section contains two mandatory parts with 10 marks each. Candidates must score 65% to qualify for this exam. Those who qualify for the exam must attend an interview that matches the final selection process prior to admission.
    SectionContentType & MediumMarks
    AGeneral Awareness and Teaching AptitudeMultiple-choice English or Hindi30
    BReasoningMultiple-choice English or Hindi20
    CSubject Knowledge up to class XMultiple-choice English or Hindi30
    DLanguage Proficiency (in English and Hindi)Multiple-choice English and Hindi10+10 = 20
     -Total Marks100
           
    Syllabus
    Part A (1 mark each)
    1. General English Comprehension or General Hindi Comprehension- 10 questions
    2. Teaching Learning & the school- 25 questions
    3. Logical and analytical reasoning- 20 questions
    4. Education and General awareness- 25 questions
    Part B (20 marks) Aspirants have to choose any of the following subjects depending on their specialization.
    1. Science
    2. English
    3. Hindi
    4. Mathematics
    5. Social Studies
    Interview Interview is carried out to check the following skills of the candidate:
    • Subject knowledge
    • Oral communication ability
    • General awareness
    • Reading interests
    • Understanding of children
    • Social issues
    • Potential for critical thinking
    Teaching Aptitude SyllabusHindi and English Comprehension SyllabusReasoning SyllabusGeneral Awareness Syllabus
    Interpersonal relationsVocabularyDecision makingEnvironmental awareness
    Social maturityComprehensionPrinciples of seriesIndian history
    Learner’s characteristicsFunctional grammarPrinciple of classificationIndia and its natural resources
    Factors affecting teachingSentence structuresCube pyramid gamesGeneral geography
    Methods of teachingMental abilityAnalytical reasoningGeography of India
    Teaching aids -SyllogismIndian Polity
    Evaluation systemForce in argumentsIndian Economy
    Practice exercisesImaginationGeneral Science
    LeadershipJudgementGreat Indian Personalities
    CommunicationDrawing inferencesCurrent affairs of National and International
    Professional commitmentGeneralization -
    Creative thinking
       
    Eligibility
    • Candidates who have obtained at least 50% of the points at the undergraduate and / or masters level or Diploma in Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities. Or
    • Degree in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Sciences and Mathematics with a 55% or any other equivalent qualification.
    Note: Candidates who meet the eligibility conditions mentioned above can choose for two teaching methodology subjects prescribed by the university.
    Paper Pattern
    S.No. Subjects                                    Number of Question MarksTotal Time
    1General Comprehension15603hours
    2Mental Ability30120
    3Reasoning30120
    4General Awareness30120
    5Teaching Aptitude45180
    150600
     
    Syllabus
    General English/Comprehension:
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Fill in the Blanks
    • Error Correction
    • Antonyms/Synonyms.
    • Idioms & Phrases
    • Spelling Error
    • One word Substitution
    General Awareness
    • History
    • Geography
    • Polity
    • Question related to Social Issue
    • General science
    • Five-year plan
    • Current Affairs
    • other Miscellaneous question
    Mental Ability/Reasoning
    • Analogies
    • Figures/Verbal Classification
    • Coding and Decoding
    • Blood Relation
    • Arithmetic Number Series
    • Letter and Symbol Series
    • Alphabet Test
    • Question related to dictionary
    • Arithmetical Reasoning
    • Vein Diagram
    • Sitting Arrangement
    • Puzzle/Tabulation
    • Non-verbal series
    • Logical Deduction
    Teaching Aptitude/Methodology
    • Aptitude & Development of Student
    • Child-Centered & Progressive Education
    • Development Teacher Education India
    • Experiments Related to School & New Findings Activities
    • Methods & Theories
    • Reports & Tests
    • Responsibility / Duties of Teacher lnclusive Education
    • Learning & Pedagogy
    • Responsibility Towards Societies
    • Teaching Ability

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