Frequently Asked Questions

Eligibility Criteria for Admission in B.ED Course is Graduation from a Recognized University with minimum 50% marks. If you have less than 50% in graduation but completed Master Degree with more than 50% then you can also join B.ED Prog on PG basis. Some universities or States may conduct an Entrance exam for B.ED admission.

Admission process in most of the universities these days is completed through an online application form. Applicants need to submit relevant academic documents while filling online application and entrance exam scores (if applicable).

Duration of B.ED Program is two years in all the universities after 2015. It might get extended for a few more months for training purposes depending on the institution’s theoretical and practical components. Most of the universities cover both within 2 year time span.

Generally 30,000 to 1,00,000 per year. Tuition fees for B.ED programs may vary across institutions. Additionally, students should consider other costs such as examination fees, practical charges, study materials, and accommodation if applicable. Some institutions offer scholarships and financial aid through state scholarship programs.

Yes, B.ED program includes teaching practice as an essential part of the course curriculum designed by NCTE. This procedure helps participants gain practical knowledge & experience in a classroom with students upgrading their teaching skills under the supervision of a mentor.

B.ED graduates can explore various career paths, including teaching positions (TGT & PGT) in schools, educational consulting, Counseling, and curriculum development, and may work as private tutors. The demand for qualified educators is high in the education sector.

It is very simple & easy to find and choose institutions that are accredited by recognized bodies. You can visit National Council for Teachers Education official website and search your college name under the recognized institution's option. If a particular college/institute is not there in their list then avoid admission in that college.

Yes, after Corona pandemic, online B.ED program is becoming popular, offering flexibility for working professionals or for those who are unable to attend traditional classes. However, individuals should carefully assess the program's credibility and accreditation status.