4th August 2012, 07:45 PM
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Is it worth to do B.Ed through correspondence?


Doing b.ed as correspondece? Worth it?....please tell me the details




 
10th November 2012, 05:33 PM
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For anyone doing a regular classroom course is better not just in merit of the certificate but you also tend to learn and understand better when you do a regular.

But, then as far as B.Ed is concerned it is a token certificate for making a career in teaching. If you are employed then you can go for distance/correspondence B.Ed course but if you are not employed, i would advice you to go for the regular/residual course.

The certificate of B.Ed holds value even if you have a certificate from a correspondence/distance program from a recognized university. Make sure that the college/institution has approval of Directorate of Distance ((DID) Education
 
10th November 2012, 05:38 PM
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Default Re: Is it worth to do B.Ed through correspondence?

For anyone doing a regular classroom course is better not just in merit of the certificate but you also tend to learn and understand better when you do a regular.

But, then as far as B.Ed is concerned it is a token certificate for making a career in teaching. If you are employed then you can go for distance/correspondence B.Ed course but if you are not employed, i would advice you to go for the regular/residual course.

The certificate of B.Ed holds value even if you have a certificate from a correspondence/distance program from a recognized university. Make sure that the college/institution has approval of Directorate of Distance ((DID) Education
 
3rd April 2017, 08:57 AM
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I did M.Sc and have few backlogs, can I do B.ed correspondence to become a teacher
 
12th July 2017, 12:21 AM
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I have done B.A Management for 3 years from Mangalore university. And I have done my Montessori teacher course from kerala, But still I couldn't find job, If I do Distance or Correspondence B.Ed, will it be value to my career?
 
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