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8th July 2012, 05:36 PM
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Is it possible to pursue my B.Ed through correspondence?


Hi.Iam susmita ghosh from Kolkata,teaching English and social studies in a non-affiliated school.Ihave done my PG in Sociology and my elective subjects were Economics and Political Science.Is it possible to pursue my B.ed through correspondence.If yes then how?




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2nd August 2012, 07:10 PM
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With this qualification, you can definitely apply for B.Ed course through correspondence mode. Graduation is the main qualification so as to apply for this course. Also 50% marks is required in graduation level to apply for B.Ed. Along with this qualification, you need to have a teaching experience in any private or government schools to pursue correspondence B.Ed course. There are many reputed institutes like IGNOU, Anna University, and Andhra University etc which offer B.Ed course in correspondence mode. You can join for B.Ed in any university of your choice by qualifying the entrance examination in this respect.




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19th March 2013, 12:36 PM
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When is the entrance exam for bed correspondence ignou




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hi...
i have complited BMS from mumbai university with 50.50%.
can i do B.Ed corrospondance for becoming techer.
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31st March 2013, 02:19 AM
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heloo friend,

B.ed or Bachelor of Education course is a most reputed course which involves a number of government as well private jobs under certain areas whether technical or others.


Generally,B.ed students get job under teaching profession or lecturer profession which is a most respected job post ans also,you may even get government job after your B.ed degree.


There are a number of colleges offering this B.ed course through different universities but as you are not interested in doing regular course then,there are certain universities offer distance course of B.ed .


Those colleges or universities are as follows :


--Top Distance Learning Universities

Annamalai University
Madurai Kamaraj University
Jamia Millia Islamia
Kurukshetra University
Kakatiya University etc.



--Top Open Universities

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University
Karnataka State Open University
Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University
Netaji Subhas Open University etc.



best of luck !!
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31st March 2013, 07:56 PM
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Hi Guest,

Yes, any candidate can pursue the B.Ed course through correspondence.

If you satisfy all the eligibility criteria for the course you can get admission into the course.

There are lots of colleges and universities providing the B.Ed course in correspondence.

Thank you,

All the best.
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i want to do my b.ed within a year. are there any colleges or distant learning available in surat?
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Since the university is under investigation by cid what will happen to the students enrolled in different courses.
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I am a commerce graduate and i wish to do correspondence bed as already i am working in a private school.I wish to do the same from sndt college,i have heard that for doing correspondence it will take 2 years and correspondence course has comparitively less value thn regular.Is it true??i also wish to know that how much it will cost?I have searched but the links given doesnt give a clear picture regarding all this.so plz help me in solving my querries as soon as possible plz plz plz
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I 'be compiled my graduation in 1996 with 46% . now I've pro blem from where I get done b.ed.
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I have done my bachelors in agriculture and mba(regular).now i want to do b.ed.is it possible?i want to take up teaching in school.
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II have complea 10th 1994 now i wont to do b.ed within a year it can be possiba in mumbai
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