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A Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) popularly know as BEd or is a postgraduate professional degree which prepares students for work as a teacher in schools. Though in some countries additional work must be done in order for the student to be fully qualified to teach.

For those who seek a job that is noble and secure at the same time, teaching becomes an obvious choice. A number happening have impacted the sector in a positive way. More and more government spending in the social sector has increased the number of teaching jobs. The 6th Pay Commission recommendations have also improved the pay scales. Entry of several private players has also added to the jobs with better salaries.

BEd is the most sought after degree that makes one eligible to apply for a teacher’s post. This one-year degree can be obtained after graduation. Besides regular degrees, many colleges and universities award BEd degree in the distance learning mode as well.

Universities like Annamalai, and MD Rohtak started correspondence BEd much before a regulatory system was formally put in place for such programmes.

Eligibility Criteria  for Bachelor of Education Distance Learning

  • Successful completion of graduation in any of Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) or Bachelor in Commerce (B. Com.) from a recognized university
  • A minimum aggregate score of 50% in graduation
  • A  score of 55% at post-graduation
  • Two years teaching experience in a Government or Government recognised school
  • A State University will admit only those candidates who are working in schools located in the territorial jurisdiction assigned to it by the University Act.

BEd ADMISSION 2017

Admission to BEd is done through entrance exam conducted by various states and institutions. Generally, the exam is conducted in the month of May or June and forms for the same are available online at the websites of respective institutes. Admission of candidates is subject to Cut Off released by the respective university subsequent to the BEd entrance exam.

BEd: Distance Education

Admission to the distance mode program is merit-based. Candidates should have scored a minimum of 50% aggregate in the undergraduate program in any discipline and 55% in postgraduate program. Along with this, candidates should have trained in-service teachers in elementary education. or they must have completed a NCTE recognized teacher education program through face-to-face mode.

Bachelor of Education Duration

The minimum duration for B. Ed. through distance education is two years, however, the maximum duration is five years.

Cost

Average course fee charged by institutes ranges from INR 30,000 to 60,000.

Career Prospects

Once the course is completed, aspirants can opt for pursuing M.Ed or Master of Education degree which is offered by a large number of universities in India.

Apart from pursuing higher education, one can also opt for teaching and jobs in related fields. The course is designed to fulfill the prerequisites of a teacher at the high school level in both public and private sector. Employment areas in both sectors for B.Ed. degree holders comprise government teachers, private teachers, content writing and educational administration and consulting.

However, other career options available after the course comprise educational writer for journals, magazines, websites and newspapers. A person can also take up the job of designing the curriculum for the schools. A job where the content is developed for e-learning techniques is also a promising opportunity.

B.Ed. Employment Areas

Education philosophy, psychology, human values, culture and guidance form a major part of the B.Ed. syllabus. This syllabus makes it one of the most sought after courses from employment perspective. Candidates can find lucrative job opportunities in the areas like Educational Institutions, Education Consultancies, Publishing Houses, Research and Development Agencies and many more…

Wondering where to do a Bachelor of Education from? Check our list of Top Distance Education universities in India.

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