Rules & Regulations for B.Ed. Admission
1. Medium of instructions: Bengali/ English
2. The B.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of two academic sessions, which can be completed in a maximum of three years from the date of admission to the programme.
- Candidates should be Graduates in a school subject from a recognized university.
Candidates with at least 50% marks either in the Bachelor’s Degree(General) / or in the Master’s Degree in School subjects are eligible to apply.
- Bachelor’s in Engineering or Technology with Science and/or Mathematics, with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto, are also eligible for admission. Such candidates are required to enter the marks of B.E/ B. Tech. in the row of Honours Degree. M.E. / M. Tech result (if any) will be entered in the Master’s Degree row.
- Honours Graduates in school subject should enter the Honours marks only in the row of Bachelor’s degree (Honours).In case of General Graduates, the total marks obtained in general subjects should be entered in the row of Bachelor’s degree (General).
- For candidates with less than 50% marks in the honours degree, the total marks of pass and Honours subjects will be considered. If it becomes 50% or more, that score will be entered in Graduation (General)row.
- For fresh candidates, merit list will be prepared separately for each school subject based on scoring. For Deputed Candidates, merit list will be prepared separately for each school subject based on length of service.
5. Reservation of seats for SC/ST/ PWD (Minimum disability 40%) candidates will be as per Govt. Rules. Relaxation of 5 % marks will be admissible as per Govt. rules. The Reservation as stated is not applicable for Self-Financed Colleges.
6. School subjects of teaching offered are those which have been stated in the New Curriculum.