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10 February 2019

Sardar Patel University B.Ed Admission Notification

Sardar Patel University B.Ed Admission Notification For Year 2019-20
In India, Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) is an undergraduate course offered for those interested in pursuing a career in teaching. The B.Ed. degree is mandatory for teaching at the secondary (classes 6 to 10) and higher secondary (10+2 or classes 11 and 12). The minimum qualification required for entry into B.Ed. course is Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)or Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.). While students from the Arts stream are trained to teach subjects like History, Civics, Geography, and languages, the students from the Science stream are trained to teach Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The duration of the course is two years from session 2015-16 as per NCTE Regulations, 2014. After B.Ed., students can pursue Master of Education (M.Ed.) in any Indian university or teacher-training institutes offering the course. The National Council for Teacher Education is the statutory body which regulating teacher training courses in the country of India.
The Right to Free and Compulsory Education for Children (RTE Act 2009) came into force from April 2010. The act emphasizes on quality education for every child. As such, with the view to bring about quality education in schools, it is required that the entry level percentage to B.Ed. be 50 for those candidates in the General Category and 45 for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
The Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) programme is a four-year integrated professional degree programme offered after the higher secondary stage of school. B.El.Ed. is designed to integrate the study of subject knowledge, human development, pedagogical knowledge, and communication skills. Both professional and academic options are available to students who graduate with a B.El.Ed. degree.

In 2014, to ensure quality teacher training, the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) made some sweeping changes by increasing the duration of the Bachelor of Education programme from one year to two years with major change in the curriculum.
With this, aspirants had to study for five years to become a teacher (3 years of graduation+2 years for BEd).
The new models introduced at the time included the 4-year integrated course after class 12. However, the number of takers for the 2-year course after graduation were always much higher than the number opting for the integrated course
According to experts, this change from one-year duration to a two-year model was done to give a professional edge to the aspirants like any other professional courses like BE (four years), MBBS (five-and-a-half years), CA (five- years) etc.
The same reason is being cited now for scrapping the option for the 2-year BEd course.
The 2-year course for Bachelor of Education might soon be dropped in favour of a 4-year integrated teacher training programme. The government had changed the one-year Bed course for a 2-year alternative only three years ago.

The four-year integrated BA-BEd and BSc-BEd course will have a revamped syllabus and the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has been asked to start work on the same by the Human Resources and Development Ministry, as per a report by The Telegraph.
NCTE sources told The Telegraph that that school education secretary Anil Swarup had written to the NCTE on the matter.
Arun Jaitley had already made announcements to this effect for an integrated BEd programme in his Budget 2018 speech on February 1.

Sardar Patel University B.Ed Admission Notification
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