Read Detailed Guidelines of NCTE for B.Ed via Distance Mode in India
It is imperative for all to do B.Ed if they wish to become teachers in schools. After doing B.Ed, the candidates can get jobs as TGT and PGT. For Trained Graduate Teachers, the aspirants must have B.Ed with Graduation and for PGT, they must have it with PG. Even the candidates can get jobs in the Education College as Asst Professors. There are various scopes of Jobs / courses after doing B.Ed. Read these scopes/courses from here.
Almost all the colleges and universities offer B.Ed course. The eligibility is Graduation. You can do it in both modes – Regular and Correspondence. Here in this article, we are telling you about correspondence B.Ed or B.Ed through distance mode.
But before you do B.Ed in correspondence mode, you must read guidelines of NTCE. If the concerned college fulfill these guidelines, you must go for admission.
National Council of Teacher Education ( NCTE) Guidelines / Rules for B.Ed Correspondence / Private –
There have been new guidelines released by NTCE and approved by UGC. First of all make sure that the related university is under the aegis of NTCE. Now read some guidelines all the colleges providing B.Ed course must follow –
- The duration of the B.Ed in correspondence mode must be for 2 years ( four semesters).
- There must be the Entrance Exam held by the concerned university for admission to B.Ed.
- The provision of admission is only for the Regular Teachers working in recognized schools. The aspirants must have two years’ experience of teaching and these institutes must fall under the jurisdiction of the concerned university.
- The university can’t enrol more than 500 candidates for one academic session. It means university can fill only 500 seats in the Correspondence Mode. A study centre of the university can’t enrol more than 100 candidates for the current session.
- There should be the full-time staff for teaching. The university can afford maximum 10 part-time teachers.
- The candidates must have 50 % marks in Graduation or Post Graduation for taking admission to B.Ed Correspondence.
If the university follows these regulations/ guidelines, you can take admission there. Otherwise, you must avoid the admission. You can read more details on the website of NCTE which is – http://ncte-india.org/ncte_new/
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