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B.Ed Admission Process in Karnataka

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best_student2For most of the colleges in Karnataka B.Ed admissions are given by the respective colleges, upon their own eligibility criteria. From 2011 Karnataka Govt. is trying to give admissions through CET entrance exam.

Eligibility: A citizen of India who passed B.A / B.Sc. degree examination of Bangalore University or any University in India or abroad recognised as equivalent through 10+2+3 pattern of education obtaining 50% of marks in aggregate of all the subjects he/she has studied for 3 years is eligible for admission to B.Ed Course provided Candidates must be graduates with B.A. or B.Sc. and shall have studied any one of the languages and two of the three electives specified below. Candidate should have studied two of the three electives for all the three years at degree or graduation level. Candidates must have passed in University Exams for all the three years and at the time of admission shall compulsorily produce three years degree marks cards issued by the University

Languages: English, Kannada, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Sanskrit

Electives: Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, History, Political Science, Sociology, Geography, Economics, English, Kannada, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Sanskrit.

Eligibility Exception:

All applicants shall have a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate of all the three years of Degree including electives and languages, excluding internal assessment marks, class examination marks and grace marks. But SC, ST, C-1 and physically handicapped candidates shall have a minimum of 45% of marks in aggregate of all the three years of Degree including electives and languages, excluding internal assessment marks, class examination and grace marks.

Documents to be submitted at the time of admission:

  1. 10th STD
  2. 2nd PUC/ 12th STD/ Equivalent
  3. B.A / B.Sc all the degree marks cards
  4. Provisional / Convocation certificate
  5. Migration certificate
  6. Caste / Physically Handicap certificate (if applicable)
  7. 5 Pass Post size Photos.

How to Apply: Application forms can also be downloaded from the institute's website and fees may be remitted along with the application.

Allotment of Seats: Colleges shall admit all the candidates allotted by the government of Karnataka through common entrance test (CET) or any appropriate agency recognized by the government of Karnataka

Duration of B.Ed Course: The duration of study for B.Ed. semester course shall extend over a period of one academic year of TWO semesters. The duration of first semester shall be of 16 weeks and second semester shall be of 18 weeks (204 working days).

Fee for B.Ed Course:

Fee Structure for Government / University / Aided / Private Colleges of Education


Sl. No

Type of Colleges

Category of Seats

Tuition Fee

Development Fee

1 Govt/University

Government

3000

Nil

2

Aided

Government Seats

3000

1000

3 Aided

Management Seats

8000

5000

4

Private (Un-Aided)

Government Seats

6000

2000

5

Private (Un-Aided)

Management Seats

30000

5000


Grand Total of Fee :

  1. Government Rs. 3000+ 2150= Rs. 5150
  2. Aided – Govt. Seats Rs. 4000+ 2150= Rs. 6150
  3. Unaided-Govt.-Seats Rs. 8000+ 2150= Rs.10150
Last modified on Monday, 06 June 2011 16:33