Bihar BEd CET 2023: Applications for BEd Joint Entrance Examination will start soon, LNMU will not change the syllabus

Bihar BEd CET 2023: Applications for BEd Joint Entrance Examination will start soon, LNMU will not change the syllabus

Bihar BEd CET 2023: The joint entrance examination for admission to government and private BEd colleges across the state may be held in the first week of April. Admit card will be issued in the last week of March. The application process will start from 15 to 20 February. On the basis of entrance test, enrollment will be done for about 35 thousand seats in about 330 colleges across the state.

Raj Bhavan has once again entrusted the responsibility of conducting BA entrance examination to Lalit Narayan Mithila University. Recently, the meeting of the B.Ed Nomination Committee was chaired by the Vice-Chancellor. In this the possible dates for the enrollment process were discussed. Vice Chancellor Prof. SP Singh said that the nomination process will be started soon to regularize the session.

Enrollment process will be completed by June 20

The Vice-Chancellor said that the nomination process has to be completed by June 20. New session will start from 1st July. Agency will be selected soon for B.Ed enrollment process. The application fee has been kept from one thousand to twelve hundred rupees. The amount will be deposited online. Information has been sought from all the universities about the colleges under it. The number of B.Ed colleges has increased in many universities.

CET-B.Ed: Requested list of recognized colleges

For the State Level B.Ed Joint Entrance Examination (CET-B.Ed 2023), the University has appointed Prof. Ashok Kumar has been made the nodal officer. Admission will be done in NCTE approved colleges only. Seats will not be allotted in colleges whose recognition has expired in the past.

no change in syllabus

Questions of 120 marks will be asked in the SET entrance exam. The exam will be of two hours. Each question will be of one mark. There is no negative marking. The qualifying marks for general category is 35 percent and for reserved category is 30 percent. After this, a merit list will be issued on the basis of the choices given by the students on the basis of reservation and merit. Enrollment will be done accordingly.

For Shiksha Shastri, application will have to be made in Sanskrit instead of English. 15 questions will be asked from English or Sanskrit, 15 from general Hindi, 25 from teaching environment in schools and 25 from local and analytical reasoning.

B.Ed entrance exam expert Ashish Adarsh ​​told that in the exam questions are asked from Bihar’s history, geography and teaching aptitude. Reasoning is also there with GK and GS. Apart from this, some questions are asked from Mathematics and Science. If students prepare seriously, then enrollment will be done in government and better B.Ed colleges. About one to 1.25 lakh students appear in the examination.

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