Belonging from a Nation of Knowledge, we always love to share what we learn. If you are one of them, who loves to upgrade themselves with knowledge & Skills and let others benefit from it, then B. Ed is the perfect course for you.
B. Ed is one of the most popular course among the students, as Teaching profession is always remains in high demand. A teacher can serve in Private/ Government Schools, Colleges, Institutions & Universities.
Any of the employee who is serving in Corporate Sector, wishes to change the field, can switch the service type easily and can make career into Education industry.By enrolling in 2 years B.Ed Program ,candidate would be able to work as Teacher, Corporate trainer, Counselor, Content Writer etc.
A fact to be told, every year around 13 lakh students appear for CTET(Central Teacher Eligibility Test) and the candidate who qualifies the same can be appointed as a Government Teacher.
On the other hand, most of the students wonder if they can get into corporate jobs with a B.Ed.degree?
Most of the Companies do offer jobs to a Graduate from any field, depending upon their skills to express, learn, analyze and express.
To join Bachelors of Education course applicant must have 50-55 percent in graduation or post-graduation program.
Q: What is the Eligibility to pursue B.Ed.?
Ans: Applicant should have minimum 50-55 percent into graduation or post-graduation from a recognized university
Q: Is there entrance exam is required to pursue B.Ed.?
Ans: Depending on the institution you choose, there are different entrance exams for pursuing B.Ed. RIE CEE, IPU CET, BHU UET, IGNOU B.Ed. entrance exam, BEET are some of the entrance exams.
Q: Without entrance exams can apply for B.Ed.?
Ans: Yes, some of colleges/ universities take admission on merit bases.
MDU, CRSU, KU etc.
Q: Can we pursue B.Ed. in the distance mode?
Ans: Yes , depending upon the institution you choose.
Q: Is there specific age limit to start B.Ed.?
Ans: No , there is no specific age limit.
Q: B.Ed. admission process is different in Haryana and U.P.?
Ans: To pursue B.Ed. from Uttar Pradesh, applicant must appear UP B.Ed. JEE entrance exams. It happens in
And to apply in Haryana, there is no entrance exams, centralized counseling admission process is there on merit base. Applicant has to fill the online application form on the official website and seats would be allocated as per admission criteria in the B.Ed. colleges in Haryana.
Q: Is MBA/ PGDM is valid course to pursue B.Ed.?
Ans: Applicant who wishes to apply B.Ed., should have a degree course from a recognized university with passing marks 50-55 percent. PGDM consider as a diploma course.
B.Ed. from IGNOU University
Applicant may apply B.Ed. application in the IGNOU. Applicant has to appear for an entrance test as given details on the website IGNOU. Depends on rank in the merit list, applicant may secure admission with the 50 percent marks from non-technical programs in graduation or post-graduation and 55 percent marks in Bachelor’s in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics .B.Ed. entrance exam conducts online mode with CBT( computer based test) only.
There is no age bar to apply B.Ed. in IGNOU.
B.Ed. Colleges: List of B.Ed. Colleges/ Universities
1. Lady Shri Ram College for Women, New Delhi
2. Delhi University (D.U.)
3. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha, New Delhi
4. Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi
5. Lady Irwin College, New Delhi
6. Amity University of Education, Noida
7. Gargi College New, Delhi
8. K.J. Somaiya Comprehensive College of Education, Training, and Research
9. Bombay Teacher’s Training College
10. Andhra University
11. SNDT Women’s University
12. Kirorimal College of Education
13. St. Xavier’s College of Education
14. University of Pune
15. Government College of Education
16. GD Goenka University Gurgaon
17. Maharshi Dayanand University,Rohtak
18. CRSU University Jind
19. KurushetraUniveristy (KU)
Make sure to check out the links given below and know more about Educational Degrees, Career Opportunities, Jobs, and much more.
Eligibility to get into B. Ed Program:
To pursue teaching as a career and moving forward to study towards it, a student must hold a Bachelor’s Degree like BA, BCA, BBA, B.Sc., Btech, and B.Com. A Student can still follow their teaching passion even after a Master’s Degree.
Students must hold 50-55% in their graduation from a recognized university.
Depending on the institution you choose, there are different entrance exams for pursuing B.Ed , RIE CEE, IPU CET, BHU UET, IGNOU B.Ed. entrance exam, BEET are some of the entrance exams.
After completing B.Ed., to obtain eligibility as a government teacher, one must clear CTET (Central Teacher’s Admission Test) or TET (Teacher’s Admission Test).
Check out the below links to know more about Entrance Exams:
Talking about the Admission process, it depends on merit as well as on the entrance exam, while some institutions conduct an entrance exam to check the eligibility of the candidate for the program and some consider marks as a basis scored in bachelor’s and master degree.
Following this, a student needs to go through a counseling round as well.
Job or Higher Education? :
This really depends on the person pursuing B.Ed. If the student wants to start career directly as a teacher, he/she may do that on the other hand, and they can also get expertise in their field and get a high-paying job.
Career and Job Opportunities:
Since there is a vast education System in India, there are always vacancies for teachers and professors. After pursuing a B.Ed., one can work in schools, coaching centers, education consultancies, private institutions, publishing houses, and others.
Salary packages of Teachers may vary from School to School, also depends on the type of institution you work in, i.e. Private or Government.
Generally, the package lies between 2-3 lakhs annually, while experienced teachers with higher degrees can get up to 10 lakhs per annum.