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  • #70358
    Anonymous

    Can an A.T of higher secondary school now pursue b.ed through distance mood? Or he/ she has to do it through regular mood as deputed candidate?

    #81432
    Anonymous

    An A.T. teaching students of Class IX onwards (Madhyamik and Higher Secondary) will have to do the B.Ed. in regular mode while the teachers appointed to teach the students of upper-primary section (Class V- VIII) will have to do the same through distance mode. You may require the following circulars.

    #81436
    Anonymous

    Thank you sourishjal. But I could not download the files sent by you. All the time it said download unsuccessful. Can you please inform me whether an A.T teaching Madhyamik and Higher Secondary can still pursue B.ed at IGNOU.

    #81437
    Anonymous

    As for unsuccessful downloads, first clear the ‘browser cache’ and update the browser to its latest version.
    Yes, a non-trained teacher can pursue B.Ed. through IGNOU. But, very recently IGNOU has changed the norms of admission. For details, read the eligibility criteria on IGNOU’s official site. I am posting the circular enabling non-teachers to acquire B.Ed. through IGNOU.

    #81439
    Anonymous

    Thanks a lot.

    #81455
    Anonymous

    A teacher join in b.sc bio pass qualification with 46.6 marks…before joining he compltd his m.sc (environmental science) with 57.6 marks..now he want to do b.ed as deputation basis..can he go to do b.ed as deputaion?H.M. said tht the tcher need 50 percent marks at the time of joining qualification plz giv d order..

    Riya chatterjee, post: 15714, member: 6060 wrote:
    Can an A.T of higher secondary school now pursue b.ed through distance mood? Or he/ she has to do it through regular mood as deputed candidate?
    #81456
    Anonymous

    As per G.O. No. 234(14)-Edn(U)/1U-23/12, dt. 16.03.2012 deputed teachers are exempted from the 50% bar prescribed by the NCTE. Eligibility of teachers will be decided only on the basis of service experience. So, the concerned teacher can apply for B.Ed. even by showing only his B.Sc. marks-sheet (46.6% marks). Here is the G.O. I am also posting the G.O. of the NCTE regarding relaxation to the criteria for admission to B.Ed.

    #81477
    Anonymous
    sourishjal, post: 15715, member: 2973 wrote:
    An A.T. teaching students of Class IX onwards (Madhyamik and Higher Secondary) will have to do the B.Ed. in regular mode while the teachers appointed to teach the students of upper-primary section (Class V- VIII) will have to do the same through distance mode. You may require the following circulars.

    Is 50% mandatory for doing b.ed. in distance mode

    #81478
    Anonymous
    UTD, post: 15800, member: 6104 wrote:
    Is 50% mandatory for doing b.ed. in distance mode

    Now, 50% marks is a in either Graduation or in Post Graduation is a must for pursuing B.Ed., regular or O.D.L. Even IGNOU has made some changes in the eligibility criteria for B.Ed. admission. Only the teachers appointed before 26.07.2010 are exempted from the 50% bar. Follow the link: http://www.bedadmission.net/admission-process-of-b-ed-ignou-how-to-do-bed-from-ignou-delhi/.

    #82473
    Anonymous

    some one is studying Ma in distance, whose academic year 15-to-17 and passing year 2018. In this situation can he/she admission in B.Ed?

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