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Entrance Exams For Career in B.ed


Career in Bachelor of Education



B.Ed or Bachelor of Education is a bachelor's or baccalaureate degree in education which is offered in India. After passing with a B.Ed degree, a student becomes eligible to work as a teacher in the different secondary and higher secondary schools in India. The duration of B.Ed course is typically one year.
Teaching is a prestigious profession in India and the teachers specialize in different subject areas.

Bangalore University, Annamalai University, Madurai Kamaraj University, Jamia Millia Islamia Institute of Post Graduate Studies and Research, Mother Teresa Women's University, Maharishi Dayananad University, SNDT Women's University, Patna University, Institute of Distance Education University of Madras, and University of Kerala are some of the top universities that offer B.Ed degrees in India via the distance education mode.

Current Scenario of B.ed in India

In India, it is compulsory to have a B.Ed qualification in order to teach in both high schools and higher primary schools. For studying the B.Ed. course, the course aspirants should at least pass their graduation with a B.A. (Bachelor of Arts), B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce), or B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) degree. In spite of the fact that students from the arts stream are educated to impart training on subjects such as Social Science, History, Geography and languages, the science stream students pursue the B.Ed course so that they can impart training on subjects like Physics, Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry.

Once the B.Ed course is completed, higher study aspirants have the option of going for the M.Ed or Master of Education degree which is offered by a large number of universities in India.
The NCTE or National Council for Teacher Education is the authoritative organization which monitors study programs on education in the country.

Entrance Exams for B.ed


  • UP B.Ed Entrance Exam
  • IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University) B.Ed Entrance Exam
  • Guru Nanak Dev University B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Delhi University B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Punjab University B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Satyam College of Education B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Uttarakhand B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Mumbai University B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Bharathidasan University B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Lucknow University B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • Purvanchal B.Ed Entrance Examination
  • M.J.P. Rohilkhand University B.Ed Entrance Exam
The most famous B.Ed colleges in India provide high standard guidance to the aspirants which comprises not only academic but also hands-on training. Enrolment to these B.Ed institutes and colleges in the country is dependent on the marks secured in the entrance examination held by different colleges and universities and also at the undergraduate level.

Top B.Ed Colleges in India

  • Bombay Teacher's Training College, Mumbai
  • K.J. Somaiya Comprehensive College of Education, Training and Research, Mumbai
  • Andhra University, Visakhapatanam
  • Lady Irwin College, Delhi
  • Government College of Education, Chandigarh
  • SNDT Women's University, Mumbai
  • D.M. College of Teacher Education, Imphal
  • St. Xavier's College of Education, Patna
  • Jamila Milia Islamia University, Delhi
  • Kirorimal College of Education, Bhiwani
  • University of Pune
  • University of Punjab
  • University of Bombay
  • Himachal Pradesh University, Department Of Education, Shimla
  • Lady Irwin College
  • A.G. Teachers College, Ahmedabad
  • Army Institute of Education (AIE)
  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
  • Department of Education Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha
  • Siddhi Vinayak College of Science & Higher Education
  • Jamia Millia Islamia
  • University of Delhi, Department of Education
  • Bhai Parmanand Institute of Business, Shakarpur, Delhi
  • Loreto College - B.Ed Department
  • College of Education, Delhi University
  • Scottish Church College
  • St. Xavier's College- Kolkata
  • Oriental Education Society
  • Department of Education, University of Calcutta
  • Chembur Sarvankash Shikshan Shastra Mahavidyalaya
  • HK Institute of Management Studies & Research
  • Regional Institute of Education (RIE}, Ajmer
  • Pillai's College of Education & Research
  • Jaipur National University
  • Siddhi Vinayak Group of Colleges
  • LBS Mahila T.T. College
  • Biyani Girls B.Ed. College
  • Sanjay Teacher's Training College
  • Shri Swaroop Govind Pareek P.G. College of Education
  • Rama Krishna Women Teachers Training College
  • Rawat Mahila B.Ed. College
  • KKECS Institute of Management
  • PES Institutions
  • Goutham College
  • Bangalore City College
  • Ganga Kaveri Group Of Institutions
  • R.K. Institute of Management and Computer Science
  • Islamia Teachers' Training (B.Ed.) College
  • Patliputra Teachers Training College
  • Sattar Memorial College of Education
  • Lovely Professional University
  • Partap College of Education
  • Divya Shiksha Gurukul College of Education
  • Shivalik Institute of Education and Research - SIER
  • Chandigarh College of Education
  • CT College of Education
  • D. D. Jain College of Education
  • SSD Girls' College of Education
  • Central Women's College of Education
  • Agra Public Teachers Training College
  • Rameshwari Devi Kanya Mahavidyalya PG College
  • Isbella Thoburn College
  • Bhonwal School of Education
  • RKG Educational College
  • Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate College - Department of Teacher Education

Last Updated on : January 19, 2016


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