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Welcome to B.Ed Admissions 2017-18 Section. B.Ed lays special emphasis on languages, subjects as well as teaching ability. Both graduates and teachers with teaching experience can consider pursuing a b.ed through a regular course or through correspondence. Unarguably over the past years there has been a crunch of teachers in various public and government schools in India. Major trends have indicated that preference for the teaching profession to some level has been subdued due to the other lucrative job opportunities. The system is invariably out of sorts with the need for reforms, teachers get paid peanuts and there are very bleak opportunities for novices. All these boil down to the fact that teaching profession today is nothing more than an ungrateful job. However there is ray of hope with the many that a teaching a serious career choice.
B.ED Admission - Though there has been a drop in the number of individuals applying for B. Ed admission this statistics does not tell the whole story. There are numerous prospects for candidates seeking to purse a B.Ed degree in India. There are about thousands of both private and public colleges in India offering this degree in collaboration with various universities.
UP BEd Admission 2017-18
Burdwan University B.Ed Admission
Calcutta University B.Ed Admission
Jammu University B.Ed Admission
B.Ed Admission in Maharashtra
B.Ed Admission in Punjab
IGNOU B.Ed Admission
Eligibility- The Eligibility for B.Ed is a bachelor’s degree or post graduate degree (higher degree) from a recognized university or institution. It is also preferable that candidates have two years full time teaching experience as primary, graduate or post graduate teacher in a primary, secondary or higher school or institution recognized by the state or center.
Selection Criteria - Admission to B.Ed courses in India is done on the basis of academic qualification as well as written test that is conducted by various colleges and universities. The final selection of candidates is done on the basis of performance in written test and academic qualification.
Careers after B.Ed- For careers after B.Ed in government schools it is necessary that candidates appear for state and national level test. This state level organised test is known as STET State Teachers Eligibility Test while the national level test is National Eligibility test (NET). After clearing this test candidates can apply for teaching job in any government schools. Apart from those there aspirants can also apply for jobs in prestigious public schools. There are also lucrative career options for B. Ed grads abroad.