How you can apply for B.Ed right after passing your Class 12th Exam

As all you know, the results of most state boards declared till the month of June, all intermediate or higher secondary pass students should think that how to choose the best career option for a bright and successful future. While some young people want to become doctors or engineers, others want to be teachers. If you are one of the third students to graduate to qualify for BEd and other teacher training courses, then you are already one step closer to your dream.

Yes! According to the new rules of the new Educational Research and Training Council (NCERT), students can apply for B.Ed directly after passing the Class 12 examination from any recognized board across the country. Like engineering and medical courses, candidates must clear the Common Entrance Test (CEE), which is the gateway to various B.Ed institutions across India. Earlier, it was compulsory for B.Ed candidates to complete graduation with at least 60 per cent marks. However, there was a concession in marks for women and SC / ST students.

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Name of B.Ed courses and Eligibility:

  1. Those who passed their Class XII examination with minimum 60 per cent marks, they are eligible for the Common Entrance Test (CET) seat.
  2. Students who clear the exam will be offered different courses such as integrated B.Ed course, 2 years for B.Ed and MSc.Ed course. However, the B.Ed course of 2 years and the MSc.Ed course is applicable only to those who have completed their graduation with minimum 60% marks.
  3. The final merit list will be prepared based on 80% marks in CEE and 20% of class 12 or under graduation level.

For more information, students are advised to go to www.ncert.nic.in, where they can also apply online for Common Entrance Test (CEE).

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