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B. Ed

A Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) is an undergraduate professional degree which prepares students for work as a teacher in schools. This is mandatory for teaching at the secondary and higher secondary level.

B.Ed. for Contractual Teachers (H.S.) through ODL or Online

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School Education Department has taken a policy decision to allow H.S. contractual teachers (part-time teachers for the Higher Secondary Section of Higher Secondary Schools) to undertake B. Ed./ Equivalent Training in ODL mode or as on-line course.

Guidelines for Admission to B.Ed Course, 2018

Published in Higher Education

Admission to self-financed B. Ed./ M. Ed./ B. P. Ed./ M.P. Ed. colleges will be done centrally by the affiliating University through on-line mode only.

Monitoring Committee of Self-financed B.Ed. Colleges

Published in Higher Education

Governor is pleased to replace the system of Government Nominee in B. Ed. Colleges by introduction of a Monitoring Committee to provide quality education.

Registration into D.El.Ed of Primary Teachers with B.Ed

Published in School Education

Certificate in Professional Development Programme for Elementary Teachers (6 month D El Ed Bridge Course) for Primary School Teachers with B Ed.

Allow all Untrained Teachers for B.Ed Course

Published in School Education

Allow all untrained teachers of class V to XII of the Junior High/High/Higher Secondary Schools having requisite qualification for admission in B. Ed. course on deputation.

Guidelines for Admission to B.Ed Course, 2016

Published in Higher Education

Government and Government-aided Colleges and State-aided Universities offering B.Ed. /M.Ed. /B.P.Ed. /M.P.Ed. courses will conduct on-line admission process on standalone basis.

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) under the affiliation of WBUTTE

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B. Ed shall be deemed to have come under the affiliation of the West Bengal University of Teachers’ Training, Education Planning and Administration w.e.f. 12.02.2016.

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