26th August 2011, 03:39 PM
Kshama Rai
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Which colleges can I get after passing 12th from Sarvidaya Vidyalaya Delhi? Fee structure details?


My name is Kshama Rai, I've passes 12th from Sarvidaya Vidhyalya Delhi, and pursuing graduation from Delhi University, B.Com. Final Year ( Result awaited). I need to know all the details to do B.Ed. (Distance Learning) form Delhi, Please suggest me collages withe entrance details, fee details & as well as % require to do this.

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Arrow Re: Which colleges can I get after passing 12th from Sarvidaya Vidyalaya Delhi? Fee structure details?

It is a wonderful thing that you have passed your class 12th and have enrolled into some graduation course as well in Delhi University which is one of the best and biggest universities in Delhi. Also, B.Com is the best course that the university is known for. Thus, so far it is so good.

Also note that the school and its name does not really matter in determining admissions as long as it is recognised by NCERT / AICTE / UGC.

Coming to your query of how can you go about doing a course in B.Ed, this is a pretty conscious effort. I shall tell you a few things that you can focus on for your B.Ed Preparations. They are as follows:

The top 5 Universities that are offering B.Ed Distance Education in India are:

A. Jamia Millia Islamia
B. Annamalai University
C. Kakatiya University
D. Madurai Kamaraj University
E. Kurukshetra University

and the top Open Universities in India would be:

A. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University
B. Indira Gandhi National Open University
C. Netaji Subhas Open University
D. Karnataka State Open University
E. Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University

To get admission in any of these universities is not very difficult however it is because not many people go for distance learning these days. Trust me, it does not fetch a lot of value in real life. The companies and corporate companies always ask for full time degrees. Even the schools and colleges may ask for full time B.Ed programs but as long as your concepts are clear and you would be able to crack the interviews, ANYTHING is fine.

B.Ed is nothing but Bachelors of Education and it is required for those who wish to pursue a career in teaching. It is of utmost importance that this course is done for anybody to become a teacher in a school / college.

The bare minimum requirements to get admission in any of these colleges/universities is that you should be a graduate in ANY stream from a recognise college/university with over 60% marks or equivalent CGPA without any backlogs.

The full time fees for B.Ed is around 44000 for one year i.e. around 88000 for two years. Similarly, the fees for the Distance education is very less and shall range from 25000-50000 depending on which university you are doing it from. For further info, you have to contact the universities specifically as these details keep on changing every year (as per the university).
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