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19th February 2016, 01:46 PM
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Is B.Ed degree must for Work Education Teacher?


Is b ed degree is must for work education teacher? Who passed B.A exam three yrs general course with sanskrit, bengali and economics and complete M.A. if she passed the art and craft course from netaji subhas mukta vidylaya the b ed degree is must?




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19th February 2016, 11:20 PM
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Default Re: Is B.Ed degree must for Work Education Teacher?

Yes. If you want to become a government teacher , then B.Ed must be to apply for TET exams. In private instirutes , B.Ed is not so compulsory.

CTET Exam Syllabus
Child Development & Pedagology , Maths , Language I & II , Environmental Studies.

Exam Fees
- General : Rs.600/- for Paper I & for both the papers Rs.1000/-
- Reservation Categories : Rs.300/- for Paper I & for both the papers Rs.500/-

CTET Important Dates
- You can apply online from : 04/12/2015
- Last Date to Apply : 28/12/2015
- Commencement of CTET : 21/02/2016
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23rd March 2018, 07:51 PM
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I am agriculture graduate student and I am now msc student,in work education I need bed or not,if I want to bed who can I do for the work education post
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I am a work education teacher and complete three years diploma course from lady braborn college from kolkata and also complete my service 17 yrs. Is require B. Ed?
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