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16th July 2018 12:32 AM
Dadi Maa
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

Being a student of Class 12th you are not eligible to pursue B.Ed ( Bachelor of Education ) degree course directly after your Class 12th as the minimum education required for pursuing B.Ed degree course is a bachelor degree with at least 50% marks in any discipline from a recognised university.

But, you can opt for D.El.Ed ( Diploma in Elementary Education ) degree course after your Class 12th after pursuing which you can become teacher upto Class 5.
15th July 2018 11:55 PM
queen199
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

B.Ed stands for Bachelor of Education and it is a professional teacher training course of two years for which the minimum education required is a bachelor degree in Humanities/ Science/ Commerce stream with at least 50% marks from a recognised university. In case of technical degree holder, the minimum percentage of marks required is 55%.

So, you are not eligible to pursue B.Ed degree course unless you pursue a graduation degree after completion of your Class 12th.
15th July 2018 08:47 PM
TLSAAAA
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

For admission in B.Ed course it is mandatory to have passed bachelor course from a recognised university.

So, you are not eligible to appear in examination with 12th qualification.

You will become eligible to appear in examination only after completion of B.Ed course.
15th July 2018 07:55 PM
ranjan Ayush
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

B.Ed is Bachelor in Education. It is compulsory to have B.Ed or other education degree if you want to become teacher in government school.

The eligibility to get admission in the course is that candidate must have passed bachelor degree from a recognised university with minimum 50%.

For reserved category candidate must have scored minimum 45%.

Admission in institutes and colleges are conducted on the basis of entrance examination or merit basis.
15th July 2018 07:04 PM
Maa ka pyaar
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

To get admission in B.Ed course the minimum required qualification is that candidate must have bachelor degree from a recognised university.

So, you have to take admission in bachelor degree course and complete it if you want to get admission in B.Ed course.

B.Ed is two year course. It is one of the requisite qualification to appear for teacher recruitment examination.
15th July 2018 05:46 PM
Rab Rakha
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

B.Ed stands for bachelor of education it is a teacher training degree course of 2 years for which the minimum education required is a bachelor degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks from a recognised university.

So, being a student of Class 12th it is not possible for you to pursue B.Ed degree directly after completion of your Class 12th as graduation degree is must to pursue B.Ed degree course.
15th July 2018 04:58 PM
Bhaak Burbak
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

B.Ed is Bachelor in Education and it is two year course.

You are not eligible to get admission in the course after 12th.

The required minimum qualification to get admission in the course is that candidate must have passed bachelor degree from a recognised university with minimum 50%.

So, you have to pursue bachelor degree to get admission in B.Ed course.
15th July 2018 03:44 PM
Blessmegod
Re: Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

B.Ed stands for Bachelor of Education and same is a professional degree course of two years required by those candidates who want to make their career as a teacher.

The minimum education required for pursuing B.Ed degree course is a bachelor's degree in Humanities/Science/Commerce stream with at least 50% marks from a recognized university.

So, being a student of Class 12th, you are not eligible to pursue B.Ed degree course just after completion of your Class 12th as graduation degree is compulsory for pursuing B.Ed degree course.
6th May 2018 10:18 PM
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Is it possible to pursue B.Ed directly after passing out 2nd PUC?

I will be completing my 2nd Pre-University Course (PUC) i.e. 12th board exam soon. After this, will I be allowed to pursue B.Ed directly? Or, having graduation in any stream is compulsory?

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